We are the Noon Rotary Club in Healdsburg.
Please call 703-402-0614 for more information or to attend one of our meetings.

We meet In Person
Mondays at 12:00 PM
Healdsburg Golf Club At Tayman Park
927 S. Fitch Mountain Road
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 671
Healdsburg, CA 95448
United States of America
Rotary Club of Healdsburg is pleased to announce the return to LIVE festivities at Villa Chanticleer, Saturday, December 10, 2022, from 5:30PM until the last auction lot is sold!
This year is expected to be one of the best with a delicious crab dinner followed by a robust live auction. The silent auction will remain virtual beginning on December 5, and closing on Sunday, December 11.
After a COVID hiatus, this great event was back this year. Locals either watch the parade or are in the parade, and Rotarians participated enthusiastically in both activities, plus an additional donation to the FFA committee.
The Rotary Club of Healdsburg (Noon) sponsors the annual Easter Egg Hunt, where hundreds of Healdsburg area families come to enjoy this great tradition. Children ages 1 to 10 are welcome. Thousands of eggs are dispersed by Rotary members prior to the arrival of hundreds of kids. Free raffle prizes - three bicycles are also given away at the end of the event.
On March 28, 2022, the Healdsburg Rotarians met via Zoom with two clubs in Ukraine. Attending were members of the Rotary Club of Zaporizhzhia (the city where Russian missiles struck and ignited fires at the nuclear power plant a just few weeks ago), and the Multinational Rotary Club of Kyiv, which includes members from both Ukraine and Belarus. The Ukrainians were inspirational and touching, and talked extensively about their service to their community and the needs to help their community during the violent struggle and catastrophic events they are faced with.
Long distance cyclist Jesse Pine was hosted by Community Services Chair, Fred Roberts and greeted by other members of the Healdsburg Rotary Club on Tuesday night. Then on Wednesday morning, he was escorted away by Rotarians Andy Elkind, Norm Fujita and Jim Brenton as he passed through Cloverdale enroute to Willits.
On Saturday, April 10, seven Rotarians met under the Dry Creek Road overpass, to successfully pick up 18 bags of trash (plus large pieces of cardboard) from 3 on- and off-ramps on the east side of 101 in Healdsburg. 
Weekly Meeting Programs
Tyra Benoit
Oct 10, 2022
Restoring Their Future: How Can We Address The Climate Crisis and its Impact on Children?
Chef Ari Rosen
Oct 17, 2022
Reflections on the Restaurant Industry in Healdsburg
Susannah Labbe and Dr. Barbara Boylan
Oct 24, 2022
Alliance Medical Center - Helping Underserved Patients
Fire Marshal/Division Chief Lance Macdonald
Oct 31, 2022
Five Years After The Tubbs Fire: Lessons Learned and Best Practices
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