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Educators of the Year

Palos Verdes is known for its fine schools. And our the strength of our schools are those that educate our children. Each year we celebrate our educators and award the standouts. The Educators of the Year. All proceeds to to scholarships and educational programs.

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Rotary "Pageant of the Arts" 

The PVP Rotary Club is thrilled to offer our local students an exciting opportunity to participate in the Rotary District 5280 “Pageant of the Arts.” We'll be sponsoring one student to participate in each of the five areas of competition. Students! You're invited.
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On August 5th, we had the privilege of hearing Jeremy Brown from the Carson Gardena Dominquez Rotary. He gave a heart-warming presentation on RYLA's  (Rotary Youth Leadership Academy) Summer Camp program.

RYLA happens over a weekend in April. They accept freshman through juniors from schools in the South Bay area and many graduates go on to become counselors in the program. They spend two days doing activities that will help them be better leaders and improve their emotional and mental health. We heard an incredible story of one girl who attended as the dying wish of her mother. This incredible girl went on to win a Gates Award and a scholarship to MIT. She also received a masters and today helps care for her younger siblings and father as a result of her amazing engineering job. 

To scholarship a kid to RYLA camp costs $300. Our club has the ability to sponsor six kids. As of this moment, we have the cost of four kids covered and will be fundraising at our Wednesday Night Lives for the additional two kids. 

9th Annual



It's time again for the Annual South Bay Beer & Wine Festival held on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. Our first since a forced two year Covid hiatus. Our 9th annual event will once again bring together the best craft brewers, vintners and chefs to provide you with a huge amount of fun and flavors, with a twist.

The Festival in 2022 will be ALL VIP. You and just 599 other VIP guests (fewer than half in previous years) will be treated to:

  • VIP parking next to the festival field
  • Unlimited Craft Beer, Wines and Food tastings
  • Spirits tasting for all (this will be limited for safety)

We're going to deliver the biggest and best kickoff to the Summer of 2022.

Rotary Responds to Ukraine

A message from Director Vicki Puliz

The response from Rotary members to the war in Ukraine has been simply incredible. In just a few short weeks, more than $10.4 million has been contributed through the disaster relief channels of Our Rotary Foundation.

This money is flowing into the hands of Rotary members in front-line countries and around the world to help the refugees who are fleeing the war zones, and those who remain to fight for their homeland. The generosity and response to this crisis is amazing.

Take a moment to realize the Disaster Relief channel was set up just three years ago, and in those three years it has attracted approximately $3 million in contributions, before the Ukraine fundraising efforts, to help with the many different types of disasters around our world.

Rotary members step up when they are needed, and we are becoming more engaged in immediate action and care when faced with disasters such as fires, tornadoes, and pandemics. We also continue to stand together, to stand strong, as a positive force in long term recovery and rebuilding and creating lasting change.

The world needs Rotary now more than ever before. Proudly share your stories of why you are part of this incredible leadership and humanitarian service organization.

You are making a difference as people of action.

Rotarians and friends from across District 5280 met on Saturday, April 16 in Torrance for the Rags to Rugs project.  Unwanted Tshirts, Towels, and Sheets were transformed into rugs and bed pads for dogs and cats at area shelters.  
Understanding the role of gender in polio eradication
The wild poliovirus still paralyzes children in Afghanistan and Pakistan. In those countries and many others, gender can play a role in vaccination efforts. It’s important to consider how mothers and fathers make decisions about their children’s health care and to understand who in a community is delivering immunizations, says Heather Monnet, external relations officer and gender focal point for polio eradication for the World Health Organization. Recognizing the importance of women who work in the polio program and dismantling gender-related barriers in order to reach all children with the polio vaccine are key to overcoming the remaining challenges to ending polio.
The Rotary Foundation & Polio Eradication
Meet Rotary's Champions of Peace
November’s Rotary Day at the United Nations, in Geneva, Switzerland, will focus on one of Rotary’s top humanitarian priorities: peace and conflict resolution. Six honorees, including four Rotary members and two alumni of Rotary Peace Centers, will be recognized for their commitment to and work on behalf of peace projects in their communities. Their diversity reflects the varied ways that Rotary members address underlying causes of conflict.
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Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275
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Amy Rocha
Aug 12, 2022 12:20 PM
West Basin Municipal Water District
DG Olivia Patterson-Ryan
Aug 26, 2022 12:20 PM
District Governor Club Visit
South Bay Cities
Sep 16, 2022 12:20 PM
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Dave Myers
Sep 23, 2022 12:20 PM
Bio Med
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Jeremy Brown
Aug 05, 2022 8:20 AM
Robert Isozaki
Jul 29, 2022 12:20 PM
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