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Azusa Rotary is Friends Doing Good in our Community and in the World. Visitors are always welcome to our 1st and 3rd Thursday Club Lunch Meetings! Program Speakers and a Visitor's first visit are always free of charge, $15 for Others.


Service Above Self

Regular Lunch Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Thurs at Noon at Azusa Greens Country Club, a Planning Meeting at 6pm on the 2nd Thurs at Marie Calendar's in their Conf Room, and a Social event around the 4th Thurs TBA. ***
Azusa Greens Country Club and Golf Course
919 West Sierra Madre Avenue
Azusa, CA  91702
United States
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Azusa Rotary has a new Thursday meeting schedule for the 2014-2015 Rotary Year. 



546 South Citrus Avenue • Azusa, California

(626) 858-6154

Kathleen Miller • Public Information Office

December 20, 2012

Rotary Donation. The Azusa Rotary donated five wheelchairs to the Azusa Unified

The Azusa Rotary donated five wheelchairs to the Azusa Unified

School District. The wheelchairs are used by injured students. One of the wheel

chairs was donated to Gladstone High School. Pictured are Azusa Unified

Superintendent Linda Kaminski, Gladstone High Principal Scott Magnusson, Rotary

members Paul Gray, Frank Kearney and Carolyn Crawford along with the school’s

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