Riverside East Rotary is the largest Rotary Club in Riverside and is dedicated to making positive, lasting change in both our local community and in communities abroad. We pride ourselves on being a "fun" club that gets things done. We meet every Wednesday morning at 7:00am at Canyon Crest Country Club. Learn More »
Riverside East Rotary was founded in 1987 as the 23,000th Rotary Club. Today there are more than 34,000 Clubs throughout the world. Rotary International works to fight disease, provide clean water, sanitation, and hygiene, and promote peace and education throughout the world. Learn More »
Last Wednesday morning, January 24— Honoring Emily Hudson 2 years, and Ted McNutt 23 years for their Rotary Membership. Tom Evans honored for Paul Harris Fellow Plus 2. Rose Mayes receives check for $2,000 of a $10,000 comittment towards construction of the Civil Rights Institute. And a wonderful and emotional presentation given by Judge Sunshine Sykes and her journey to the bench. Join us tomorrow for another fantastic Rotary meeting!
The Riverside East Rotary Club has donated 55 trees that its members planted in Riverside on Saturday January 13 at 8:00 a.m. The location is at an open space on Dewey Avenue near Carlo Drive. The Rotary Club contacted Urban Forester Robert Filiar, who suggested the location and the type of tree. Riverside East Rotary purchased 55 Chinese Fringe trees.
“Rotary International President Ian Riseley has requested that a tree be planted this year for every Rotarian in the world,” said Kim Hicken, President of the Riverside East Rotary Club. “Riverside East is doing its part by planting 55 trees. We currently have 50 members and we are Riverside’s largest Rotary Club, but we plan to grow.”
The Riverside East Rotary meets every Wednesday at 7:00 a.m. at the Canyon Crest Country Club. The club was founded in 1987.