Rotary Club of Novato Inducts New President

Brad Williams was recently inducted as the new president of the Rotary Club of Novato. Professionally, he is a partner of the accounting firm Stair, Pedersen & Williams in Novato.


Brad has been an active member of the Rotary Club of Novato since 1992. He served in a variety of leadership positions ranging from chairing committees to serving on the Club’s Board of Directors.


The Novato Rotary Club was chartered in 1954, and is regarded as one of the premier Rotary Clubs in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Club is known for its active participation in many international and local community service projects, like constructing fresh water wells in the Philippines, supporting Micro Credit programs in Central America, and donating needed supplies to schools in Vietnam. Local projects include Nova-Ro low-cost senior housing, giving dictionaries to all 3rd grade students in Novato, providing scholarships and teacher appreciation recognition awards, and more.


Rotary International is a humanitarian service organization comprised of approximately 1.3 million business and professional leaders worldwide, who live by Rotary’s motto “Service above Self.”  The organization has helped eradicate polio worldwide, and provides humane services to help third world countries with food, shelter, maternal and child care, etc.


If you want to want to help change your local community for the better and improve lives of people worldwide become a Rotarian.


The Rotary Club of Novato meets at the Margaret Todd Senior Center 1560 Hill Road at 12:15 pm every Friday. To attend a Rotary Club of Novato meeting or learn more about Rotary, contact Gary Bramon 415-250-9900 or visit www.NovatoRotary.org


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