For more than 100 years the Rotary Club of Redlands has opened opportunities for service in the Redlands community. In addition to great fellowship and networking possibilities, Rotary provides service where it is truly needed.

Projects in Redlands include:

Literacy Projects in the Redlands Unified School District

Breakfast and a Book –

Rotarians read to young elementary students, feed them breakfast and send them home with a new book.

Dictionary Program –

Each year the Rotary Club of Redlands presents a dictionary to all third-grade students in the Redlands Unified School District.

Personal Rotary Youth Development Experience –

PRYDE is a program which encourages 7th graders in our area to develop and utilize leadership skills. Selected students participate at no charge to them.

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards.

RYLA is a program which provides leadership training to nearly 200 high school juniors each year. Each participant is selected because they have demonstrated potential leadership skills and a willingness to strengthen those skills. Their participation is fully funded by the Rotary Club of Redlands.

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards –

RYLA is a program which provides leadership training to nearly 200 high school juniors each year. Each participant is selected because they have demonstrated potential leadership skills and a willingness to strengthen those skills. Their participation is fully funded by the Rotary Club of Redlands.

High School Scholarships –

Each year the Rotary Club of Redlands provides approximately $40,000 in scholarship assistance to outstanding graduating seniors from Redlands High Schools.

And, just as important, members of the Rotary Club of Redlands are part of the 1.2 million Rotarians in 35,000 clubs throughout the World. Together, through the Rotary International Foundation, they give more than $90,000,000 a year to provide clean water to communities who need it, support education at the college undergraduate and graduate level, provide assistance to poor local communities, provide lifesaving medical assistance to needy mothers and children throughout the world, and promote peace. A another very important part of this annual program is Rotary’s commitment to eliminate Polio from the face of the earth. Recently it was disclosed that this has been accomplished in all but two countries.

Why not visit our meeting sometime. You might find that Rotary can enlighten and add new meaning to your life. Join us as we start our next 100 years of SERVICE ABOVE SELF!

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  • BEVERLY NOERR the Executive Director of the Redlands Bowl Performing Arts with more than 25 years of experience in the performing arts, will be speaking about the wonderful schedule of events this coming summer. Rotary Club of Redland has been a supportive partner of the Redlands Bowl as ushers during......

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  • JOHN TINCHER’s reign of terror comes to an end in person today. The demotion skit is sure to be a riveting success as JOHN gets tarred and feathered on his way out the door! John resided over this club through the majority of the COVID19 pandemic so be sure to come a celebrate his exit with the rest of the club!...


The Four-Way Test is a nonpartisan and nonsectarian ethical guide for Rotarians to use for their personal and professional relationships. The test has been translated into more than 100 languages, and Rotarians recite it at club meetings: Of the things we think, say or do

1. Is it TRUTH?

2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?


4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?


    Sometimes, the availability of financial support makes the difference between a student attending college or not. The Rotary Club of Redlands gifts tens of thousands of dollars of college scholarships each year to Seniors in the Redlands Unified School District. These funds are derived entirely from the Rotary Club of Redlands Foundation.


    Every third grade student in the Redlands Unified School District receives a dictionary of their own, compliments of the Rotary Club of Redlands.


    Our Youth Services Committee provides monetary support for numerous local youth service groups in need of a hand.


    Our Compact Club creates opportunities for local high school students to network with business leaders and learn what it takes to succeed in adult vocations.


    Through our “Breakfast and a Book” program, Redlands Rotarians meet before classes with students from every grade selected by their teachers at Franklin and Lugonia Elementary Schools to offer breakfast and read to them from books which the Club provides and the students may then take home and keep.


    Each year, our Club throws a party for a group of developmentally challenged adults known as the “Purple Turtles.” The Club hosts, serves a meal, and busses tables at a dinner dance that includes music, entertainment, and a gift for each attendee.


    Area high school students from all backgrounds participate in the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards weekend, where they meet and bond with other teens in the RYLA program that many students and Rotarians have described as “life-changing.”

  • Our Club gives the opportunity to Redlands student speakers to win cash awards through the “4-Way Test” Speech Contest, where competitors are asked to contemplate the significance of the core values of Rotary Clubs around the world.


    For the Redlands students who express themselves through a musical muse, our music competition gives monetary rewards for instrumental and vocal performances to selected participants in our annual Music Competition.


As the new president of Rotary, my goal is to bring our club into its new season, refreshed and ready to make Rotary relevant to our community. My focus for each committee is carefully tailored for each of my Directors. As always, our members are encouraged to join a committee.


Youth Services, under Dianna Lawson’s guidance and purview, will work to restore our youth-based sub-chapters of the club, namely Rotaract and Interact, at the college and high school levels, respectively. Within several years, I am hoping that our efforts in refreshing Rotaract and Interact will create a bridge between those sub-chapters and our Rotary club. I hope to see the students involved in Rotaract and Interact take a role in supporting our club’s community and international service efforts and projects. I trust that we will see a residual benefit of engaged student representatives who provide updates from their respective schools, including our Rotaract and Interact clubs. Let’s make Rotary relevant to our youth!


Our Community Service Chair, Rob Clizbe, will help steer the club toward several community service projects and an environmental effort that will be relevant to Redlands. Our club has offered physical and financial support to various projects in Redlands for decades. We are proud to begin this year with a fresh outlook and to continue to champion our causes.


Our International Services Chair, Roy George, will assist us in navigating the many worthwhile international causes and projects that Rotary supports, including End Polio Now. Our club should be proud of Rotary’s partnership with Global Polio Eradication Initiative – we have reduced polio cases by 99.9% worldwide since the first project to vaccinate children in the Philippines began in 1979. 1.2 million Rotarians have been committed to eradication of the disease and to raising awareness. What an accomplishment for all. As you know, there are many new causes on the horizon, so there are numerous opportunities for service.


Membership Services, under the leadership of A.J. Beechko, will benefit from renewed efforts toward new member orientation. The Board will encourage all members to take an active role in mentorship of new members, however A.J. will oversee a mindful approach to mentorship and orientation. We will also be focusing on data analysis and membership retention.


Victoria Marshall will be our lead co-chair for Fundraising this year. Victoria’s knowledge and experience will benefit both the Rotary Foundation and our club. We have some excellent events and socials planned for the club this year – we hope you will attend and be a part of Rotary! See what makes us great!


I am excited to create opportunities for our members to be of service to the community. My fantastic board and I will be prepared to restore some of our previously dormant committees and create new opportunities for our members to serve. I look forward to our members offering their knowledge and experience as we revitalize our club. Together, we will make Rotary relevant!


Welcome back!
-Jennifer Daniel