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Rotary International President K.R. Ravindran chose Be a Gift to the World as his theme for 2015-16. Ravindran urges Rotary members to give the gifts of time, talent, and knowledge to improve lives in communities across the globe. "Through Rotary, we can take these gifts and make a genuine difference in the lives of others and in our world."
Ukraine’s children are vulnerable to a polio outbreak. While the global health community has been rightly focused on containing West Africa’s deadly Ebola outbreak, a potential health crisis involving another infectious virus — polio — worries many of the same experts. While we celebrate our success--there have been only 21 new cases this year..we still have to be aware of the possibility of the polio virus finding new footing in areas decimated by fighting and poverty..
Our Club turned out in force to help with the Non-Profit Showcase night presented by Rotary in conjunction with the TVPRD on April 14th at the West Park Event Center. The event showcased 42 area non-profits and gave us all the opportunity to meet and talk with one another and possibly find ways to unite and work together.
The Rotary Club of Tehachapi is thrilled to be able to send nine Tehachapi High School students to RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards)April 23-26. RYLA is a leadership camp designed especially for the future leaders of our community. Kirsten Kabonic, Kira Beaudin, Eric Bilotta, Reilly Moomey Clarissa Castillo, Nancy Moreno, Evelyn Yang, Jared Marquez, Lani Ringle will join Jeremiah Ward and Judy Trujillo for four great days in Ojai!