Speakers
DARK
Jul 03, 2017
Happy 4th of July!
Michael Jump
Jul 10, 2017
Deputy District Atttorney
Jerry Peterson
Aug 21, 2017
Officiating High School Softball/Baseball
Bocce Ball and Tacos at Limoneira Park
Aug 28, 2017
RSVP to Maria
DARK
Sep 04, 2017
Labor Day Parade!
New Teacher Welcome BBQ
Sep 11, 2017
Wilson Ranch - RSVP to Maria
 
 
 
 
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Rotary Club of Santa Paula

Santa Paula

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Flight 126
824 E. Santa Maria Street
Santa Paula, CA  93060
United States
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President Carlos Juarez was proud to honor and present the Gale Mason Award which includes a Paul Harris Fellow to Guy Cole and Rotarian of the Year to Judy Phelps.
The Rotary Club of Santa Paula is proud to present Larry Renteria a "Service Above Self" special award which includes $1,000 toward his educational goals. Larry is our current Interact President. He has been very active with and
held leadership roles for all 4 years at Santa Paula High School in the Interact club. Larry also attended RYLA. Larry will attend UC Berkeley in the fall. We are proud of you Larry and send you off with best wishes. We are grateful and appreciative of the leadership provided to the Interact club by advisor Tasha Wisniewski.
We are so proud of our 11 Santa Paula Cardinals who each received a $2,000 scholarship. Congratulations to (not as pictured) Daisy Candelas, Yarelin Cantu, Jesus Contreras, Rocio Hernandez, Christopher Magana, Natasha Martinez, Estefany Mendoza, Jessenia Montiel, Araseli Navarro, Mirelle Vargas and Nyhib Oseguera. A total of $22,000 was awarded by the Rotary Club of Santa Paula!
The Rotary Club of Santa Paula is very excited to welcome new member David "Lorenzo" Lawrence! Lorenzo is sponsored by Al Guilin. Lorenzo is a Funeral Arranger with Skillin-Carroll Mortuary and a Deacon at St. Sebastian Church. He is married to Cathie.
The Rotary Club of Santa Paula is excited to welcome new member Gay MacNair, sponsored by Doreen Pitluk! Gay is a retired respiratory therapist and spent 15 years working at Santa Paula Memorial Hospital. She is married to Marty and has 3 daughters and 3 grandsons. We look forward to serving with Gay!
Please consider helping 460 families, including over 1300 children, have a Merry Christmas in Santa Paula!
It is that wonderful time of year once again! The Rotary Club of Santa Paula will accept applications for up to 500 Christmas baskets for Santa Paula families in need. The applications will be accepted at the Boys and Girls Club between 9:30 am and Noon on November 9 and between 6:00 pm and 8:30 pm on November 10. No late applications will be accepted. Applicants will be accepted by need NOT first come first serve. Recipients will be notified by mail. Only Santa Paula residents  are eligible.
If you are interested in donating to this fabulous program, please email rotarybaskets@gmail.com. No application information is available by email.
Merry Christmas!
 
 
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Speakers
DARK
Jul 03, 2017
Happy 4th of July!
Michael Jump
Jul 10, 2017
Deputy District Atttorney
Jerry Peterson
Aug 21, 2017
Officiating High School Softball/Baseball
Bocce Ball and Tacos at Limoneira Park
Aug 28, 2017
RSVP to Maria
DARK
Sep 04, 2017
Labor Day Parade!
New Teacher Welcome BBQ
Sep 11, 2017
Wilson Ranch - RSVP to Maria