Founded in 1966, the Rotary Club of Mendocino has been proud to serve Mendocino and the world. We have contributed over $1.3 million to scholarships and community services. Almost every nonprofit organization in the area has benefited from the fundraising efforts of the club.
We welcome new members! Benefits of membership include leadership and networking opportunities, local and global impact, cultural exchange, and lots of fun! Come to one of our weekly meetings or contact us to learn more!
Through our Avenues of Service, we support our local communities through youth scholarships, grants to nonprofits, disaster relief and hands-on projects. Globally, we are rebuilding a school and water system, and helping to eradicate polio.
Rotary Park, at the corner of Main and Lansing Streets in Mendocino, is now protected from commercial development and has become a popular venue for community events. Contact us to find out how to reserve Rotary Park for your event!
Prez Donna opened with the Pledge. We sang a bit of Joy to the World (and the deep blue sea, Joy to you and me!) Guest: Kim Humrichhouse, Principal of the Mendocino K8 School, and our speaker today. [...]
Prez Gary opened today's meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance. Thought for the Day: “I couldn't wait for success, so I went ahead without it.” Jonathan Winters Visiting Rotarian: Ruth Sparks, from Fort Bragg Rotary. Guests: John Turnbull, [...]
Prez Gary opened with the Pledge, and Kathleen led us in a song. Nice! Thought for the day: Life is like a trumpet, if you don't put anything into it, you don't get anything out of it. Guests Matt Drewno, [...]
Prez Gary opened today’s meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance. Thought for the Day: The person who always does their best rises naturally to be a leader… (or something like that – sorry I missed the whole thing, Pete!) [...]
Prez Gary opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance. Today’s Guest was introduced: Maya Niemeyer. Thought for the Day: Prepare for some bad weather, because it's coming! Today's Program: Jim Gay opened with a story -- [...]