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Central Marin County

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
The Left Bank Restaurant
507 Magnolia Ave
Larkspur, CA  94939
United States of America
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Renee Rymer
Renee is an officer on the Board of the Marin Symphony and sings in the symphony choir. She is very active in the Marin County business community and chairs the Rotary Central Marin Foundation.
Jennifer Leathers
Jennifer is a retired business executive and very active in the community. She is also a member of the Corte Madera Town Band and part of the Shady Ladies singing team in the county.
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Our President
 Joseph (Joe) Barton has been a licensed attorney since 1997.  A Marin County native since 1969, he devotes his spare time to serving as a volunteer or officer for many local organizations, including the Ross Historical Society / Moya Library (Board Trustee), Marin Villages (Steering Committee), the Corte Madera Beautification and Oktoberfest Committees, Vitalant (formerly Blood Centers of the Pacific), and the Marin County Bicycle Coalition.
Bruce Corbet

Bruce is a Founding Member of the Rotary Club of Central Marin (since 1973). He and his wife Kathy are owners of Corbet's Hardware a homegrown institution founded in 1954 by Jim Corbet. Both were elected Business Citizens of the Year by the Larkspur Chamber of Commerce. Bruce is also a director of the Kentfield Fire District and the Ross Valley Paramedic Authority.


Paul Lofholm
Paul is a PharmD graduate from the University of California, and has more than 40 years' experience in the pharmacy profession and has served on numerous professional advisory committees and organizational boards. Besides running the Ross Valley Pharmacy, a community pharmacy business, he is clinical professor of pharmacy at the University of California, San Francisco, and an adjunct clinical professor of pharmacy at the University of the Pacific and Touro University.
Pat Hunt

J. Patrick (Pat) Hunt, and his brother, Peter, founded Handi-Kup Company, which they sold in 1986. Pat retired from Handi-Kup as its President in October 1987. Since that time, he has been a general partner in Hunt Investment Company, a commercial real estate and security investment company located in Corte Madera. Mr. Hunt has resided in Marin County for more than 35 years. He is a founder of the Bank of Marin and became Chairman of the Board of the Bank in January 1998 and served in the role for five years.


Leah Lambrecht
Leah is past Rotary District Governor and is actively involved in Rotary Peace Initiatives. Over the past several years our club has supported two Rotary International projects: "Uganda Peace Project" and "Agrarian Enterprise and Nutrution - The Highlands of Peru". We have also sponsored two local high school students to the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Camp.
Heather Preston
Moving to San Francisco in 1969, Heather studied writing and became a book and commercial illustrator. She graduated with Honors from The Art Institute of Chicago and was named one of Chicago's outstanding fine artists. She has taught fine art and studied throughout Europe and the world.
Renee Rymer and Jay Klohonatz
Club Appreciation Dinner
Noah Griffin
Noah is the founder and director of The Cole Porter Society, an organization dedicated to the legacy of Cole Porter's musical genius. A seasoned entertainer, Noah wants the youth the learn about America's musical heritage. 
Meredith Griffin
Meredith's mission as a publisher is to give visibililty and recognition to artists in the Bay Area, to showcase their creations, whether it be painting, poetry, dance, theatre, music or any of the other creative arts. Submissions are open to everyone, no matter if you are a world wide recognized talent or a part time creator. The MarinArts magazine, while Marin-centric, is open to anyone who loves, creates and supports the Arts. 
Reed McClintock
Reed is the Chairman of the Board of LITA (Love is the Answer) a 40 year old non profit which engages over 300 community volunteers to visit elders at senior living facilities. 
Rich Jensen
Rich is a retired financial services manager and community volunteer. He is a business consultant to non profits and serves on various non-profit Boards in the County.