City ClubOct 07, 2014
7:00 AM – 9:00 AM
District Social Baby Shower For Camp Pendleton
Roxbury Park Community CenterOct 18, 2014
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Camp Pendleton Halloween Party
Camp PendletonOct 25, 2014
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Youth Conference 2014
University of Southern CaliforniaOct 26, 2014
10:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Final Deadline For Raffle Tickets
Rotary District 5280 OfficeOct 31, 2014
Rotary Foundation Celebration
Biltmore HotelNov 08, 2014 6:00 PM
Humanitarian Trip To Guatemala
Feb 05, 2015 – Feb 09, 2015
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Celebrate and honor Rotary Peace Scholars and former Ambassadorial Scholars at the District Breakfast October 7, 2014. Rotary Peace Fellow Alumnus, Jeff Whitfield presents a powerful and eloquent message that articulates the importance of the Peace Fellows Program. This is the perfect opportunity for Rotarians who served as a Peace Fellow or Ambassadorial Scholar counselor to reconnect with their scholar and invite them to the breakfast. Learn more.
You're invited to our District-wide baby shower for military families! As part of our ongoing partnership with Camp Pendleton, join us October 18 at Roxbury Park in Beverly Hills for an afternoon of donating much-needed baby items and celebrating with food, cake and games! Learn more.
Help our military families enjoy the spirit of the season at the Camp Pendleton Halloween Festival October 25! Spend the day at Camp Pendleton volunteering at the game booth, beer garden, or visit with the families. We'll also have a chance to visit the Memorial Garden Project and much more. Learn more.
On 20 September 2014, the Rotary E-Club of The Greater San Fernando Valley took over the generously-donated Arthur Murray Sherman Oaks Studio to host its Fifth Annual “Dance for the Children” to raise donations to The Rotary Foundation for PolioPlus.
Rotarians and friends, “sponsored” for as little as $10 by friends and family to dance, enjoyed many different music styles, dance lessons from E-Club Member and Arthur Murray dance instructor Sharon Gorrell, tasty snacks, and the knowledge that their combined efforts had raised enough, in excess of $5,200 US with the Gates Foundation match on top of it, to vaccinate more than 26,000 children. The event’s five-year total is close to 60,000 children. Roughly half of the donations have come from outside of Rotary, making this a major public outreach event as well. Local businesses sponsor the event, so 100% of the dancer donations can go to PolioPlus.
“We dance for the children who can’t dance due to polio,” explains Gorrell, “so that no child will ever have to say that again.” For more information, visit the club's website here.
Sometime take a drive on Brand Avenue between the 134 Freeway and Colorado Boulevard in Glendale, and you will see a sight repeat itself. It was not enough that the Rotary Club of Glendale Sunrise expose itself once. No, they had to repeat it over and over again. Once loses count of the number of street banners that have the name “Rotary Club of Glendale Sunrise” on them. And as if this were not enough, Governor Elsa has also gotten into the act. For every street banner that identifies the Glendale Sunrise Club, there is a banner with the name District Governor Elsa Gillham on it.