Rotary Club of Palos Verdes Peninsula to Organize Donation Efforts
for the Peartree Lane Relief Fund
The Rotary Club of Palos Verdes Peninsula has partnered with the City of Rolling Hills Estates to organize donation efforts for those who have been affected by the land movement.
·     Our Foundation is currently accepting check donations, which should be Payable to the Palos Verdes Peninsula Rotary Foundation
·     Checks should be mailed to: Palos Verdes Peninsula Rotary Foundation, Inc. 904 Silver Spur Road, #270, Rolling Hills Estates, CA  90274.
·     Please write “Peartree Lane Relief Fund” on your check.
·     The Foundation EIN for tax purposes is 33--0435321.
·     The Foundation requests that all donors include their email address either on their check or included with their check so the Foundation can forward donation letters appropriately. An online donation option is not available at this time. 
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October 24th is World Polio Day!
As World Polio Day approaches, we need your help to amplify our message about eradicating polio to protect the world’s children from a devastating disease.

We have made tremendous progress since the Global Polio Eradication Initiative was launched:
  1. A 99.9% reduction in cases of illness caused by wild poliovirus
  2. 3 billion children immunized
  3. 125 countries where polio was endemic reduced to two — Afghanistan and Pakistan — with the virus contained in just a few districts and provinces
But even just one case still represents one child’s life forever changed by polio. That’s why Rotary members must remain tenacious and keep our promise: We won’t stop until we know that no child will ever again experience the paralyzing effects of polio.

Let’s use World Polio Day to advocate for the support we need to make history by eradicating polio. Together, we end polio!
HOVOOTM returned to the Palos Verdes Peninsula Rotary Club on Saturday, August 26th!
“What the heck is HOVOOTM!”  HOVOOTM! is the concept of our club going out into the community and doing hands-on volunteer projects every month. It is the acronym for “Hands on Volunteer Opportunity of the Month.” See, isn’t it easier (and more fun) to say or write HOVOOTM! every time we want to talk about our Hands on Volunteer Opportunity of the Month projects?
On Saturday club members participated in our first HOVOOTM, aiding the PVP Land Conservancy at the Outdoor Volunteer Day at Alta Vicente Reserve.  Volunteers walked the hillsides removing invasive plant species to help preserve the native sage scrub habitat that is critical to local wildlife. Thank you so much to David Rowe and Rick Humphrey for bringing HOVOOTM back! And for club members for participating.
Julia Parton, our club President for the 2023-24 year, is a long term member of the Palos Verdes Peninsula Rotary Club and a Past President.
Julia, born in San Diego and raised in Palos Verdes, is a graduate of Rolling Hills High School and California State University, Dominguez Hills.  She has spent her entire career working in the South Bay and has over 30 years of expertise and experience in managing staff, marketing, and community relations.
Julia has worked for various South Bay media publications and has served as Business Development Director for the Daily Breeze and publisher of the Palos Verdes Peninsula News.  Highly regarded in the community for her public service, Julia enjoys giving back to the community and currently serves on several boards in the community, including PVPHS Athletic Booster Club, PV Juniors, Toberman Neighborhood Center, Peninsula Seniors, and Switzer Learning Center.
Rotary responds to earthquake in Turkey, Syria

Turkey and Syria were struck by a devastating earthquake on 6 February that has killed tens of thousands of people, destroyed thousands of homes and other structures, and left people across the region without shelter in bitterly cold winter weather.

The Rotary world responded to this catastrophe immediately. RI President Jennifer Jones activated our disaster response efforts, communicated with the affected districts, and encouraged governors in those regions to apply for disaster response grants and share information about their relief efforts so that Rotary can amplify the calls for support.

Please join us to honor the Outstanding Educators in Palos Verdes!
The 2023 Honorees are:
  • Danielle Standart:         Peninsula Heritage School
  • George Ramos:               Chadwick School
  • Tim Hall:                          PV Peninsula High School
  • Steven Ihde:                    Miraleste Intermediate School
  • Major Millie Bearchell: Crestmont College for Officer Training
  • Kristy Kroeger:               St. John Fisher Catholic School
  • Lucinda Rudolphs:        Rolling Hills Prep & Renaissance Schools
  • Katie Angelini:               Montemalaga Elementary School (K-2)
  • Abigail Maeder:             Vista Grande Elementary School (3-5)
 A Reception and Dinner to honor the recipients of this years awards was held at the Palos Verdes Golf Club Grand Ballroom on Thursday evening, February 9, 2023.  
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PVP Rotary

Service Above Self

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Fridays at 12:00 PM
Los Verdes Golf Club
7000 W Los Verdes Dr
Rancho Palos Verdes,
United States of America
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Upcoming Speakers
Brad Beach - CA Dept. of ABC
Sep 29, 2023 12:00 PM
Alcoholic Beverage Control
Marifrances Trivelli - Director LA Maritime Museum
Oct 06, 2023 12:00 PM
Los Angeles Maritime Museum
Greg Grammer - RHE City Manager
Oct 13, 2023 12:00 PM
Rolling Hills Estates City Planning
Dr. Wes Bradford - Effects of Long Covid
Oct 27, 2023 12:00 PM
Effects of Long Covid
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Frontida Records
Sep 15, 2023 12:00 PM
Digital Health Care
Officer Carlborg - Redondo Beach K9 Unit
Aug 25, 2023 12:00 PM
Redondo Beach K9 Operations
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