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Veterans Month Kick-Off
Nov 02, 2020 12:00 PM
Honor Our Veterans with Jannnette Jauregui; Brian Barber - Mission FISH
Shannon Celia
Nov 09, 2020 12:00 PM
Art Demonstration and Auction
Ashley Bautista
Nov 16, 2020 12:00 PM
VA County Communications Officer - Presentation - Noon Zoom
Mitch Stone
Nov 23, 2020 12:00 PM
Family Genealogy Research - Noon Zoom
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Rotary Club of Santa Paula

Santa Paula

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Flight 126
824 E. Santa Maria Street
Santa Paula, CA 93060
United States of America
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The Rotary Club of Santa Paula was proud to make a donation to the Spirit of Santa Paula! Service Above Self and supporting our community is our mission.
Our Rotary club made a donation in the name of former Rotarian and Community friend, Randy Axell. Randy was a treasured friend and will be missed by all. We are so grateful for his commitment to Santa Paula Art Museum and the Santa Paula community. In addition, we made a donation to the Santa Paula Art Museum who has matching funds available. The museum is open! Stop by for a beautiful visit and holiday shopping.

Capture the beauty of Santa Paula, the purpose of Santa Paula Beautiful Photo Contest is to showcase the breathtaking variety of scenic beauty, landmarks, buildings, nature that abounds in our community.

  1. This contest is open for online submissions only via email at RotaryContest@santapaularotary.com
  2. Photos must be submitted before October 12, 2020 at 11:59 pm. PST.  Any submissions after this deadline will not be included in the contest.  
  3. Photos submitted must be at least 640 pixels on the shorter side, and no more than 2000 pixels on the longer side. Images should be no larger than 2MB. Photos must be in JPEG format.
  4. You may submit one photo for this contest. 
  5. You are required to provide a unique title & description for each image submitted.
  6. All entries must showcase the beauty of Santa Paula and immediate adjacent areas.
  7. There must be no border(s), logo(s), copyright marks, identifying marks, or any other visible references and/or marks on the images. 
  8. Basic editing, including color enhancement, the use of filters, and cropping of the Photo(s) is acceptable, provided any such editing does not affect the authenticity and/or genuineness of the photos. 
  9. A panel of professional photographers from Santa Paula will judge all entries and select three winning photos. The winners will be announced October 14, 2020.
  10. There will be three prizes: first prize; a 20x24 printed photo of the winning image, mounted, laminated and framed with a canvas texture on it (value $250.00).  Second prize a 16x20 printed photo of the winning image, mounted, framed and laminated with a canvas texture on it (value $200.00).  Third prize: an1 1x14 printed photo of the winning image mounted, laminated and framed with a canvas texture on it (value $150.00)
  11. Printed winner’s photos will be available for pick up only at Melgar Photo Studio. 951 E. Main St. Santa Paula, two weeks after winners are announced.
  12. Contact information to be included with your submission.

(Name and phone number)

By participating in this contest, you are allowing the Rotary Club of Santa Paula to publish the photograph on, including but not limited to, the Rotary Club of Santa Paula web sites, and other electronic and print promotional materials and in print media.

Immediate family members of Santa Paula Rotary Club members and members will not be allowed to participate.

Don't be frightened! Yes Pumpkin Patch at Limoneira Ranch will be closed October 2020 due to Covid 19, but we will be back October 2021. Keep an eye out here on Facebook in the fall. We will see you online for some fun activities! We will miss you in person, but look forward to seeing you online very soon.🎃👻 and in person 2021!
Please help us welcome our new Rotary President, John Marquez!
John is a life-long resident of Santa Paula. He has been married to his wife Gina for 28 years. They have two children, Jazmin and Denay.
 
He is currently the Executive Director of the Santa Paula Chamber of Commerce. John is involved in numerous programs and organizations in Santa Paula.
 
“I am truly honored to serve as the 2020-2021 Santa Paula Rotary President. This year’s Rotary theme is “Rotary Opens Opportunities” As we face the uncertainty of this pandemic, it is more important than ever that we work together. Our club is committed to opening new opportunities to serve, support and grow our community.
 
Thank you to everyone who has supported our club over the years. We appreciate the passion and commitment of our citizens to help make Santa Paula a better place to live”.

 
 
We are so happy to welcome new members Susie Willeford and Ellie Ramirez to our Rotary club! They are pictured with their sponsors Gary Nasalroad and Al Guilin.
President Elect Bob Orlando made a new friend at the Rotary International Convention in Hamburg, Germany. Please meet Peace Taremwa, Past Assistant Governor, RC Kajjansi, Tanzania and  Uganda. We pride ourselves in Rotary to define our community as not just the city we live in, but the world we live in. 
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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Bob G. Russell
    October 12
  • Nils Rueckert
    October 15
  • Caitlin Barringer
    October 19
  • Otto L. Schimmel
    October 20
  • Bennett Curtis
    October 25
  • Barbara Beach
    October 28
  • Chris Wilson
    October 28
Join Date:
  • Paul Skeels
    October 8, 2007
    13 years
  • John M. Dickenson III
    October 12, 1968
    52 years