Club Executives & Directors
President
Immediate Past President
Treasurer
RCHB Foundation President
International Service
Club Foundation Treasurer
Membership
Executive Secretary/Director
 
Speakers
Mark Rogo
Aug 20, 2019
Rotary Grants
 
To contact us Building rental information call Barbara Clark 310-989-3655. 
OR Email:  BuildingRental@HermosaBeachRotary.org
Room Capacity 86, tables and seating for 60, chairs available 80, rental fee $600/day plus $200 deposit/cleaning fee (refundable if building is left clean).  Available 8 AM to 11 PM. Permit required for live music, which is available at Hermosa Beach City Hall.

 
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Meals On Wheels Schedule
Meals on Wheels continued support by Bob Peterson, Todd Saks and Kim Idrovo.  See President for current schedule.
 
 
 
 
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
Immediate Past President
Treasurer
RCHB Foundation President
International Service
Club Foundation Treasurer
Membership
Executive Secretary/Director
 
Welcome to Our Club - Join us for lunch!

Welcome to our Club!

Hermosa Beach

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:15 PM
Hermosa Beach Youth Bldg.
2521 Valley Dr
Hermosa Beach, CA  90254
United States of America
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Rotary, founded in 1905 was the first service club in this country and rapidly expanded all over the world.  Also a first for Hermosa Beach, 88 years ago, our city forefathers formed the Hermosa Beach Rotary Club in 1931.  A uniquely warm and fun-loving group of local business owners joined forces with civic leaders and local talent which rapidly grew it's membership and outreach for our schools and people in need.  The historic clubhouse located on the southeastern edge of the beautiful Valley Park was built by hand by local Rotarians specifically constructed with the intention to strengthen support community youth.  Hermosa Rotary sponsors several local area orgs including but not limited to Adventure Crew, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, and Boy Scouts and preK classes as well.  In fact  It's remarkable to note that the clubhouse is home to Troop 860 with over 160 families throughout the South Bay area- an unprecedented number of Eagle Scouts have graduated here.
 
Find some time to wander the adjacent Valley Park and you will find not only a botanical garden initially funded by this Rotary but an accessible playground with children's play equipment provided in partnership with the City and local non-profit Friends of the Parks.  In addition the club sponsors the Friday Farmers Market on Valley Drive.  Proceeds go directly back to numerous non-profit endeavors such as HB Youth Basketball, Project Touch, Meals on Wheels and more.