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PSUSD Board John Gerardi, Timothy S. Wood, Karen Cornett, Madonna Gerrell & Sergio Espericueta honored at Heroes dinner, standing with Rotarians Bob Denebeim & Don Bradley

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Bob McKechnie with Sue Townsley & Karen Reilly were presented with Heroes certificates by Rotarian Marie Fine.

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Adam Reed, Director Riverside County Legal Aid, honored by Rotarians Bob Denebeim & Elizabeth Bonilla

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Matt Cauthron and Bryce Johnson, teachers from CCHS Digital Art Technology Academy honored as Community Heroes

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Marta Jara-Rueda honored for her work at the Palm Springs Animal Shelter

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Myra Acosta, Director Early Childhood Education at PSUSD, honored for her leadership in providing positive change in the Head Start classrooms by Rotarian Elizabeth Bonilla

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Aaron Tarzian, Rio Vista Elementary School Vice Principal, and Angelica Rodas, Administrative Assistant, honored for supporting student school supply drive and community business support.

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Officer Garin Smith honored as a Hero for saving a young mother from drowning.

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Joan Boiko, Director Communications, Karen Cornett, Board Member, and Dr. Mike Swize, Superintendent, Palm Springs Unified School District

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Stephen Burchard, known locally as Mr. Bowtie Realtor, is sworn in as a new member of the Rotary Club of Cathedral City.

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Dora Buchner awarding student scholarships from the James Buchner Memorial Scholarship Fund.

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Dawn Elliott-Figueroa awarding Rotary scholarships to Janelly Ochoa and Brandon Valenzuela.

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CCHS Ballet Folklorico dancers performed at the Cinco de May celebration for the Cathedral City Senior Center.

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New club member Elizabeth Bonilla welcomed by Dr. Helene Kalfuss and Captain Hilda Parks.

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Ivonne Anderson, Rita Lamb, Karen Hobson

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Melita Martin Radke, Captain Hilda Parks, Dawn Elliott-Figueroa

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Travis Martin Radtke welcomed by Dr. Helene Kalfuss and club President Dawn Elliott-Figueroa Nov 16.

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Eric Ornelas, welcomed by the club on Oct 19, presented information on Sunnylands and the Annenberg Retreat connections with Presidents of the United States.

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Stone James gave the club an update on Cathedral City's Economic Developments on Oct 12.

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Debbie Esposito gave a presentation to the club on the growth of the
FIND FOOD BANK

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Cindy Burreson pictured with President Dawn Elliott-Figueroa talked about What's Happening at the Children's Discovery Museum at the club meeting on Sept 14

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Laura and Tee Ahmed at the dinner honoring our Community Heroes

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Laura Ahmed and Marie Fine help load vehicles for delivery to the
Rescue Mission.

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Melita Martin-Radtke (on far right with husband Travis) shown with Rotary Board celebrating her upcoming year as President, beginning July 1, 2022.

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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Cathedral City

Speakers scheduled for our upcoming Rotary meetings.

Where & When

Our club meets every Tuesday at 12 noon in the Master's Lounge of the Mountain View Grille at the Desert Princess Country Club, 28555 Landau Blvd., Cathedral City, CA 92234

Dec. 06 Jeff Crider reports on international projects and Fundraising ideas discussion

Dec. 13 Kayla Branscum, Coordinator for Canine Companion Service Dogs and a trained Service Dog named Shadow

Motto:  Service Above Self

We welcome members of our community to join us, especially those who are interested in learning more about our Coachella Valley Community from a wealth of guest speakers representing local business, government and nonprofit organizations. We also welcome potential new members.
Please contact Laura TeeLaura1@gmail.com for information about joining a meeting or our club.

Rotary’s motto is Service Above Self. It is the mission of Rotary International and all Rotary clubs to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders in over 200 countries and territories.

We recite Rotary’s Four-Way Test of the Things We Think, Say, and Do at every meeting:

  • Is it the Truth?
    It is Fair to all Concerned?
  • Will it build Good Will and Better Friendships?
  • Will it be Beneficial to all Concerned?

To find out more about what it means to be a Rotarian, click here.