Service to others locally and around the world transforms your life and Rotary Club of Redlands achieves great things by serving others. As Rotarians, we are a network of business and community leaders who share the motto “Service Above Self.”
Rotary Club of Redlands focuses locally on the youth of our community in the form of literacy, scholarships, and leadership training. Around the world we are leading the campaign to eradicate polio.
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Latest News & Blog
Here to give the Club both an academic and personal per- spective on the events unfolding in Ukraine is Ukraine na- tive NATALIA CHERKAS. A professor at University of Redlands School of Business this year as a Fulbright Scholar, her dissertation was titled “Macroeconomic Promotion of Manufactured Exports in Ukraine.” She is teaching one or two courses each semester at the School of Business.
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On March 8th, students from Redlands East Valley High School and Citrus Valley High School danced with residents of Plymouth Village retirement community in the Compact Careers Club's Dancing with the Senior Stars event.
In preparation for the event, the students and Plymouth Village residents attended a free dance session offered by the Arthur Murray Dance Studio in Redlands. This event was also made possible with the help of David Maupin, Ann Leonard, and the community at Plymouth Village.
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KYRA STEWART, the new Executive Director of Family Service Association of Redlands, will present today. Stewart joins FSA after a five year stint at Community Connects’ Nonprofit Resource Center. There, she was involved with capacity building and leading projects related to fund de- velopment. She has recently replaced long time executive di- rector Cheryl Heesen who retired after 17 years.
Did you know that FSA served the needs of over 1500 families in 2013? Can you name the first employee of FSA? And no, it wasn’t LARRY BURGESS...
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Below is a list of recipients that we have scheduled for this month’s Student of the Month award.
Loryssa Lake – Citrus Valley High School
Bailey Quishenberry – The Grove School
Dylan Pyle – Orangewood High School
Mackenzie Kirkpatrick – Redlands High School
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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
2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
3. Will it build GOODWILL
and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?