Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Vice President
Past President
Sergeant at Arms
Family of Rotary
Bulletin Publisher
Audio Visual
Speaker Books
Community Service Chair
International Chair
Vocational Service Chair
Youth Services Chair
TRF Foundation
Club Service Chair
Club Historian
Membership Chair
Military Liaison
Model UN
Program Chair
Rotarians at Work
Volunteer Coordinator
Esteemed Fine Master
Youth Protection Officer
Club Photographer
Assistant Treasurer
Assistant Secretary
Club Foundation Chair
Interested in Membership?
Please contact Don Glover
Membership Chair
for more information
Welcome and Thank You for Visiting Us
Welcome to the Rancho Bernardo Rotary Club site!.     I am Benita Page, President of the club for 2016-17. Our theme this year is “Rotary Serving Humanity.”
Discover our dynamic service club and its many avenues of humanitarian service.   In fellowship we accomplish goals and have fun doing good for others.  You are invited to make a difference locally as well as throughout the world by accomplishing projects as humanitarians.
We are looking for members who demonstrate good character, integrity and leadership; possess good reputation within their business, profession, and/or community; and are willing to serve in their community and around the world.
Our activities include supporting youth through Scholarships and Rotary programs such as Model UN, Four Way Speech Contest, Rotary Youth Leadership Award camp, Interact Club at Del Norte High School, MusicCamp symphony gathering for international and local students, Miss Rancho Bernardo.   Dictionaries and thesauruses are distributed to third and fourth graders in several Poway Unified schools.  We supply books to the Bernardo Heights Middle School library.
Community endeavors include Rotarians at Work Day at 4S Ranch Boys and Girls Club, serving meals at Ronald McDonald House, Adopting Families in December, Veterans Village Stand Down in July, Interfaith Community Services, Ed Brown Senior Center, AAUW Tech Trek Scholarships for  8th grade students, Friends of Vista Hill, Gently Hugged, St. Madelines Sophie Center for adults with developmental disabilities ... and for additional endeavors please see the work of our Rancho Bernardo Rotary Foundation.  
Our International activities include Eradicating Polio in conjunction with the Gates Foundation and World Health Organization.  We’ve funded several projects in Ecuador over past ten years with a recent donation for earthquake relief.
This year is the Centennial year for the Rotary Foundation and the 52nd year of our club’s founding.   Come and join us for a meeting to learn more about us.   Contact Membership Chair, Don Glover, at 619-994-7703.

What is the purpose of Rotary?

Rotary clubs exist to improve communities through a range of humanitarian, intercultural and educational activities. Clubs advance international understanding by partnering with clubs in other countries. Rotary also encourages high ethical standards in all vocations.

What do Rotary clubs do?

Rotary clubs address critical issues at home and abroad by providing health care and medical supplies, clean water, food, job training, youth development, and education to millions of people in need. Examples of Rotary’s focus areas include:


Today, 42 million people are displaced by armed conflict or persecution. Through our partnerships with several leading universities, Rotary Peace Fellows develop the skills to strengthen peace efforts, train local leaders to prevent and mediate conflict, and support long-term peace building in areas affected by conflict. We provide up to 100 peace fellowships per year at Rotary Peace Centers.


More than 100 million people are pushed into poverty each year because of medical costs. We aim to improve and expand access to low-cost and free health care in underdeveloped areas. Our members educate and mobilize communities to help prevent the spread of major diseases such as polio, HIV/AIDS, and malaria. Many of our projects ensure that medical training facilities are located where the workforce lives.


More than 2.5 million people lack access to adequate sanitation facilities. At least 3,000 children die each day from diarrheal diseases caused by unsafe water. Our projects give communities the ability to develop and maintain sustainable water and sanitation systems and support studies related to water and sanitation.


At least 7 million children under the age of five die each year due to malnutrition, poor health care, and inadequate sanitation. To help reduce this rate, we provide immunizations and antibiotics to babies, improve access to essential medical services, and support trained health care providers for mothers and their children. Our projects ensure sustainability by empowering the local community to take ownership of health care training programs.


Sixty-seven million children worldwide have no access to education and more than 775 million people over the age of 15 are illiterate. Our goal is to strengthen the capacity of communities to support basic education and literacy, reduce gender disparity in education, and increase adult literacy.


Nearly 1.4 billion employed people live on less than $1.25 a day. We carry out service projects that enhance economic and community development and develop opportunities for decent and productive work for young and old. We also help strengthen local entrepreneurs and community leaders, particularly women, in impoverished communities.