Welcome from Redlands Rotary Club President – Jim Pinder

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Service to others locally and around the world transforms your life and Rotary Club of Redlands achieves great things by serving others.  As Rotarians, we are a network of business and community leaders who share the motto “Service Above Self.”

Rotary Club of Redlands focuses locally on the youth of our community in the form of literacy, scholarships, and leadership training.  Around the world we are leading the campaign to eradicate polio.

Come join us for lunch and learn more about being a Rotarian by contacting us through this website. 



Latest News & Blog

Spoke Newsletter – 08/14/2014

2014-08-29 09:08:56 joseph-kibler
TODAY Ron Jeffrey will lead a special program focused on Club membership, a subject that will also be addressed at District 5330’s Leadership Institute on September 27th.
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Spoke Newsletter – 08/14/2014

2014-08-18 07:29:21 joseph-kibler
TODAY District Governor Shab El Awar (San Bernardino Sunset Club) and wife Dr. Bricia El Awar will pay us a visit to talk about District 5330’s priorities, Rotary International’s efforts, and, no doubt, membership issues for the coming year.
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Spoke Newsletter – 08/07/2014

2014-08-11 10:35:36 joseph-kibler
TODAY Chris Diggs, Deputy Director of the City of Redlands Municipal Utilities and Engineering Department (MUED), joined by Water Conservation Coordinator Cecilia Griego, will be discussing California’s drought and the new restrictions and state regulations that have been implemented because of it. Unfortunately, the gully-washer of a thunderstorm and local flooding we had last Sunday night did not have any impact on our drought situation (though it was fun to watch the neighbors’ garbage cans float down the street). Today’s program will be introduced by Fire Chief (and Rotarian) Jeff Frazier.
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Spoke Newsletter – 07/25/2014

2014-07-25 09:00:32 joseph-kibler
TODAY Today we will hear about Micah House, an after-school center for children and youth from 1st through 12th grades. Activities are designed to meet the educational, emotional, spiritual, and social needs of these students in a high-crime and a low-crime area in North Redlands. There are more than 100 children involved in the program at two locations.
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The Four-Way Test

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?

      3. Will it build GOODWILL
      and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?

        4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?