Welcome from Redlands Rotary Club President – Jim Nolin

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Thank you for visiting our web site, and welcome. Since 1920, the Rotary Club of Redlands has been active in our local and international communities following the twin mottoes “They profit most who serve best” and “Service Above Self.” Non-sectarian and non-political, the Rotary Club of Redlands welcomes good people of all walks of life and vocations who want to make the world a better place through direct action with fellow Rotarians and others. The positive energy and fellowship that flows from this effort changes lives, not the least of which are lives of the members themselves.

I’d love to host you for lunch some Thursday afternoon, or have you join us in one of our many service projects or events. Follow us on this site or on FaceBook to see what we’re up to, and give me a call if you’d like to join us. I can be reached at 909.792.9595. Thank you.


Latest News & Blog

Students of the Month!

2014-09-19 10:23:54 joseph-kibler
Congratulations to our students of the month! · Jason from REV High School · Vasilki from Citrus Valley High School · Connor from RHS · Kimberly from Orangewood High School · Hannah from The Grove School
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Spoke Newsletter – 09/18/2014

2014-09-19 09:31:57 joseph-kibler
TODAY It’s time once again for Craft Talks!
LAST WEEK New York native and past business reporter for the Riverside Press-Enterprise JACK KATZANEK, Senior Director of Communications from the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, informed the Club about his read on the economics of the Inland Empire. Fortunately for the region, he sees evidence of a positive outlook for the Inland Empire in 2014.
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Spoke Newsletter – 09/11/2014

2014-09-12 06:44:59 joseph-kibler
TODAY JACK KATZANEK, Senior Director of Communications from the Inland Empire Economic Partnership. IEEP’s mission is “To help create the two-county region’s voice for business and quality of life. Our membership, a collection of important organizations in the private and public sector, give the organization the knowledge and perspective needed to advocate and provide a vibrant business and living environment in our region.”
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Spoke Newsletter – 09/04/2014

2014-09-08 08:56:25 joseph-kibler
TODAY Today we hear from PAUL CHABOT. Born in Loma Linda, he began serving in the military in 2001, first at the Office of Naval Intelligence and later with the Defense Intelligence Agency. He is an Iraq War veteran and currently serves with the United States Navy Reserve.
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The Four-Way Test

The Four-Way Test is a nonpartisan and nonsectarian ethical guide for Rotarians to use for their personal and professional relationships. The test has been translated into more than 100 languages, and Rotarians recite it at club meetings: Of the things we think, say or do

1. Is it TRUTH?

    2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?

      3. Will it build GOODWILL
      and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?

        4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?