Dr. Greg Franklin and Interact with Interact
Dr. Gregory A. Franklin has been serving as superintendent of the Tustin Unified School District since July 1, 2011. Dr. Franklin has worked in public education for the past 35 years. Prior to joining TUSD, he served as superintendent of the Los Alamitos Unified School District, assistant superintendent of educational services for the Glendale Unified School District and assistant superintendent of human resources in the Fullerton Joint Union High School District. He was also principal of Fullerton Union High School and Bonita High School in the Bonita Unified School District, and assistant principal at Saddleback High School in the Santa Ana Unified School District
The Tustin-Santa Ana Rotary Club formed an Interact Club (high school students) in the Tustin School District. We currently have 2 Interact Clubs at Beckman and Foothill High Schools.
Eyecare with Doctor Bruce Grant OD
“More than – Which is better one or two?”
Dr. Grant is a native Southern Californian, growing up in Santa Ana. Graduate of Santa Ana High “Class of ‘65” attended Santa Ana College and Colorado State University. He received his doctorate from Southern California College of Optometry in 1972. Come hear about your amazing eyes and how an eye examination could save a life!
Dr. Grant grew up in Orange County in family business “The Grant Boys” in Costa Mesa. Graduate of Southern California College of Optometry. Member of the Tustin Santa Ana Rotary Club. Enjoys golf, and healthy cooking.
Dr. Grant offers personalized quality vision care and specializes in helping you see and look your best. Whether it is contact lenses, a great looking pair of eyewear, or a laser vision consultation Bruce will help you.
Dr Grant has been in the same location since 1978 offering quality eye care.
800 N Tustin Ave, Ste J, Santa Ana, CA 92705. For more info see his 5 star Yelp Listing
The Rotary Club of Tustin Santa Ana honors Tustin Unified School District teachers with its “Good Idea Awards”, which includes a grant for supplies and materials to support quality educational programs.
The program was developed to encourage classroom teachers to come up with new ideas and methods to improve the quality of instruction for Tustin students, as well as to recognize exemplary efforts of teachers.
Join us for this inspiring program!
** This event is is at the TUSTIN SENIOR CENTER**
Tustin Seniors Valentine Sweetheart Luncheon
Each year the Tustin area seniors gather to celebrate with a Valentines theme lunch at the Senior Center. The Rotary Sweetheart Luncheon allows the senior to enjoy a festive free lunch, live entertainment and interaction with animated Rotarians. The Sweetheart Luncheon has been a Tustin Santa Ana Rotary Club event for over 20 years.
Club members meet at the Senior Center starting at 11:15 am to prepare and serve the luncheon to the Seniors. Rotarians serve beverages, the meal, and dessert. After serving the Seniors, Rotarians sit and interact with the guests. Rotarians also clean up after the luncheon. This event is very popular with Club Rotarians. Approximately 85% of our Club members participate. Many spouses also attend to serve and interact with the Seniors.
Members – please sign up with Laurie Abelove for which time slot you would like to volunteer for.
SERVE / FOOD PREP 11:00 am to 1:00 pm;
SET-UP/DECORATE 11:15 am to 1:00 pm;
SERVE / CLEAN UP 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
A Craft Talk is a program within a meeting where members talk about their business and themselves. In a semi-formal sense, the person giving the Craft Talk is accomplishing two things: First, to some extent they are promoting their business or organization. Secondly, and often more importantly, they are letting the other members know their talents, expertise and skills so we know who to turn to for advice when we begin our next service project.
Each member brings their particular skill to our community service projects and the running of the club. Sometimes our community service projects don’t require any specific skills, but often, we undertake complex projects wherein the talents of our members are crucial for success. Just as this diversity in talent enables local and international service, it provides many of the organizational skills that make a club thrive. By being a Rotarian you have direct and personal access to business and community leaders.
SAVE THE DATE!
Tustin – Santa Ana Rotary is Orange County’s first service club established in 1920.
Join us for an evening celebrating 100 Years of Rotary in Orange County at Wilcox Manor in Tustin.