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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Bishop

Service Above Self

We meet In Person & Online
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Tukanovie Restaurant
2742 N. Sierra Hwy.
Bishop, CA 93514
United States of America
The restaurant is located inside Wanaaha Casino, in the private room on the far right side after entering the restaurant.

The Rotary Club of Bishop
was founded November 12, 1928,
and has a rich history of service,
both locally and internationally.

We meet weekly in person and online,
and would love to have you join us.

Today our club announced two new Paul Harris Fellows, recognizing contributions to the club and to Rotary International. Foundation Chair LeeAnn Rasmuson recognized Kassidie Duckey and Noam Shendar, and presented them with certificates and pins in honor of the occasion. Congratulations!

Pictured, from left: Club President Brian Lamb, New Paul Harris Fellow and Club President-Elect Noam Shendar, Foundation Chair LeeAnn Rasmuson, and New Paul Harris Fellow Kassidie Duckey.
Bishop's own, District 5190 Governor Jeff Gabriel, visited our club as part of his tour of all clubs in the district. It is customary that the District Governor visit the clubs nearest to him last.
During his talk, Jeff shared with us the theme and vision for his year-long tenure, which included a discussion of conifers. Did you know that the Giant Sequoia cone is one of the smallest in the conifer families?
District Governor Jeff Gabriel presents newest member Maria Fierro with a Redwood sapling
The Rotary Club of Bishop is honored and delighted to welcome our newest member, Maria Fierro. 
Maria deserves additional congratulations for having just gotten a health permit for her hot dog cart!
Kenyan Rotary Clubs Sow Seeds and Reflect on the Fruits of Their Labor

Kenyan Rotary Clubs Sow Seeds and Reflect on the Fruits of Their

Canadian Rotary members assist with COVID-19 vaccinations and feeding families

Volunteers work to keep the community of Kingston, Ontario, healthy and safe

What is a vaccine cold chain?

The logistics of shipping and storing vaccines.

11 eco-friendly service projects around the world

Through the years, Rotary has carried out thousands of projects to protect the environment.