Rotary Club of San Bernardino

The Rotary Club of San Bernardino celebrates 100 years of service

The Rotary Club of San Bernardino celebrated 100 years of service on Saturday, October 19. The celebration was held at the Arrowhead Country Club where rotary members celebrated with dinner, dancing, raffles, cocktails; attendees included San Bernardino Mayor John Valdivia, along with many other local dignitaries. “The Rotary celebrated its 100 years by donating 100 backpacks to the San Bernardino YMCA; next we’re donating 100 reading books…followed by donating 100 bell ringers to the Salvation Army. Everything’s going to be celebrated in 100’s this year,” said Harry Holmes, Rotary Club of San Bernardino President. “For 100 years our organization has been providing student scholarships through the Rotary Life Program, donating dictionaries to third graders, awarding teachers for their character education, and providing shoes to underprivileged children,” Holmes said. The service organization, which is compiled of four sections including club service, vocational service, community service and international service, also celebrated the unveiling of its Rotary Plaza sign at the San Manuel Stadium, home of the Inland Empire 66ers. “We wanted to provide a visually appealing sign to the property. We actually held our weekly Tuesday meeting…

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