Posted by Jim Patrick on Jan 19, 2022
Super Bowl LVI will be played on February 13, 2022. (We're hoping to see our San Francisco 49ers in the big game). Our Club is holding its annual Super Bowl Pool and Social on this date, and you are invited. 

The Super Bowl Pool is our Club’s annual drive to raise funds for The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International (TRF) and the San Francisco Rotary Foundation (SFRF). Rotary's mission is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty. Every Rotarian around the world is asked to donate to TRF every year. Super Bowl Pool winners receive a Paul Harris Fellowship.
Here's how the Super Bowl Squares work and what you’re eligible to win: Each square requires a $100 donation. There are 100 squares laid out on a grid style board. Pictured is an example of this board from a couple of years ago. You can “purchase” as many squares as you’d like to increase your chance of winning. Your name will be randomly placed on a square by Jim Patrick, our game manager and TRF Chair, prior to the start of Super Bowl Sunday. Then sit back, enjoy the game, and Jim will announce all winners at the end of each quarter of the Super Bowl game.

Note: If you have already given $500 or more to the 50/50 campaign, you will automatically receive one square. You may still purchase additional squares to increase your chance to win, but only one square will be awarded for your prior donation. All squares can be purchased here.

What are the prizes? At the end of each quarter during the Super Bowl, a winner will be announced. During the end of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Quarters, you will be awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship. Typically, a Paul Harris Fellowship is awarded after you’ve donated $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation. At the end of the 4th Quarter, you will be awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship AND an autographed football by Paul Harris! 
To sign up for the Pool and/or the Potluck, visit here for more details. If you have questions, please contact TRF Chair and Past President Jim Patrick.