Saturday, September 19, 2020

Coronado Rotarians: Proud People of Action For Good

Photo credit for all images: Bill Sandke

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It was a special day for Coronado Rotarians, a chance to celebrate an organization of 1.2 million individuals and 35,000 clubs around the globe.

We are proudly united in our Rotary connection and inspired by the many ways we work to help our community and our world.

Would you like to join us, People of Action, as we strive to make sustainable, impactful change for good in Coronado and beyond? You can have fun and make meaningful connections through such programs as Rotary Work Day, Low Tide Ride & Stride, End Polio Now, Flags on the Avenue, Music and Speech competitions, scholarships for students, and Limbs of Freedom – incredible programs with local, regional and international influence.

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Rotary is where neighbors, friends and problem-solvers share ideas, join leaders, and take action to create lasting change. Come join us at a meeting (for more information visit and learn more about Rotary).


Support Local Causes

Inspire Youth

Support Education

Honor Veterans

Work to End Polio Now

Make Lasting Connections

Promote Peace

Encourage Positive Change

Celebrate Our Military

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Engage Community

Partner for Limbs for Freedom

Build Friendships

Lead Flags on the Avenue

Support Local Businesspeople

Gather for Beach Clean Up

Donate Scholarships

Lead Service Projects

Create Worldwide Bonds

Welcoming Rotary International President Mark Maloney are Coronado High School Rotary Interact Co-Presidents Maxine Lacher and Brianna Heinken; Student Rotarian of the Month Cole Mullins, and Youth Exchange Student from Belgium, Diane Badajkov. Photo: Bill Sandke

Have Fun

Strive to Make A Difference

Share Ideas

Reach Out to Others



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