Rotary Club of Rancho Cucamonga
The Rotary Club of Rancho Cucamonga is a service organization for the communities of Alta Loma, Rancho Cucamonga and Etiwanda.
Our Rotary Mission: To Make a Difference
Together we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves. By honoring our past and embracing our future, we can evolve and keep Rotary not only relevant, but thriving. The time is right to move toward realizing a new vision that brings more people together, increases our impact and creates lasting change around the world.
- Work with Rotary International to make the world a better place
- Find problems in our own community that we can address
- Work to solve problems both locally and globally
- Facilitate the coming together of hard workers and leaders within our community
Join us to
- Make a difference
- Be a part of a global organization that has been addressing challenges around the world for more than 110 years
- Network with other rotarians in the community
- Develop personally
Become a Sponsor
Help support the Rotary Club of Rancho Cucamonga with an Annual Sponsorship to provide the community these worthwhile annual endeavors. Services support the community's youth, elderly and vulnerable.
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Rancho Cucamonga President, Rick Gomez had the privilege of representing our club at the Presidents-Elect Training Seminar (PETS), alongside other Rotary leaders.
The seminar was an opportunity to deepen our understanding of Rotary’s mission and to connect with fellow Rotarians. It was a moment to advance knowledge and skills and set new goals and objectives for our club’s future development and success.
Take a good look at this photo to see next year’s President. Stephanie Ulrich is a distinguished member of the Rotary Club of McMurray, Pennsylvania, USA, and the nominee for President of Rotary International for 2024-25. She brings a vision of resilience and a focus on regionalization to lead Rotary in addressing today’s challenges and advancing service and peace.
Armed with new knowledge and goals, we’re energized for a successful 24-25 that will make a real impact in our community and beyond.
The Rotary Club of Rancho Cucamonga recently welcomed a special guest, County of San Bernardino Second Supervisor, Jesse Armendarez, to our meeting. Supervisor Armendarez, a passionate advocate for community service, shared his experiences and dedication to improving Rancho Cucamonga and the District.
Our Rotary Club was commended by Supervisor Armendarez for our many community projects, especially those benefiting local children. His enthusiasm for our “Signature Projects” and his commitment to collaborate with us is inspiring and brings added excitement for our future projects.
This meeting reinforced our shared values of community service. We look forward to working with Supervisor Armendarez to make a difference in our community.
This year our event was held at a charming venue, ‘The Olde Magnolia Tea Room’, in Upland. Alta Loma High School, Etiwanda High School, Los Osos High School and Rancho Cucamonga High School counselors all selected girls to attend the event. The purpose of the event was for the girls to hear inspirational speeches from successful young professionals at a fun and memorable location. The speakers were young women who currently work in various careers such as fire service, law enforcement, journalism, dentistry, social work, and local government. The speakers shared about life experiences, the value of education and the importance of goal setting, despite the reality of possible failures. The girls were attentive and interacted well with the speakers all while they enjoyed their lovely afternoon tea treats. Ultimately, our goal is for the counselors, speakers and Rotarians to communicate with each other concerning the progress of each girl for the remainder of the school year, because they may need mentorship and additional guidance, in order to achieve their educational and career planning goals.
We had the privilege of hosting the esteemed District Governor Michael Soden from Rotary District 5300. With a rich Rotary history dating back to 2003, he’s been a driving force in fostering fellowship and community impact.
Thank you, Governor Soden, for gracing us with your wisdom and passion for service. Your visit inspires us to reach greater heights in the name of Rotary.
This rotary club meets weekly to learn, exchange ideas, connect and plan.
We usually meet
Tuesdays at Noon
Cask 'n Cleaver
8689 E 9th St.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
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