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1 week ago

Thanks to our own member Reverie Fey for her bravery in speaking to our club this past Tuesday about her upcoming book titled “Queen of the Nerds” which is a memoir infused with humor for teens about her own experience with sexual abuse and bullying. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to our own member Reverie Fey for her bravery in speaking to our club this past Tuesday about her upcoming book titled “Queen of the Nerds” which is a memoir infused with humor for teens about her own experience with sexual abuse and bullying.Image attachment
2 weeks ago

Congrats to our RYLA District 5300 students who led our entire meeting on Tuesday and talked about their experience at leadership camp last weekend: Jade Towns, Mariana Zamudio, Sawyer Mitchell, Camila Contreras, and Josh Frias.
Kudos go out as well to Summer Yang from MHS who won our local Hensel Ethics Essay contest and read her winning essay to the group.
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Congrats to our RYLA District 5300 students who led our entire meeting on Tuesday and talked about their experience at leadership camp last weekend:  Jade Towns, Mariana Zamudio, Sawyer Mitchell, Camila Contreras, and Josh Frias. 
Kudos go out as well to Summer Yang from MHS who won our local Hensel Ethics Essay contest and read her winning essay to the group.Image attachmentImage attachment
3 weeks ago

We learned a few things about new member Adriana Avila this past Tues as she gave her craft talk. We heard about her family’s history in Monrovia, her schooling in Monrovia, how Natalie Harrison inspired her to go to a 4 year college, and her path to a career in grief counseling. ... See MoreSee Less

We learned a few things about new member Adriana Avila this past Tues as she gave her craft talk. We heard about her family’s history in Monrovia, her schooling in Monrovia, how Natalie Harrison inspired her to go to a 4 year college, and her path to a career in grief counseling.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

We had a riveting speech yesterday by Jim Nakano (aka The Donut Man and Glendora Rotary member) about a dark time in our history when the Japanese people were interned in camps during the Second World War. Thank you for sharing your experiences with us as they are so important to ensure these things never happen again. ... See MoreSee Less

We had a riveting speech yesterday by Jim Nakano (aka The Donut Man and Glendora Rotary member) about a dark time in our history when the Japanese people were interned in camps during the Second World War. Thank you for sharing your experiences with us as they are so important to ensure these things never happen again.Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

When you look around town or around the world, you see the impact made by people, trying to make things better. Can you help?

#Rotarians
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When you look around town or around the world, you see the impact made by people, trying to make things better. Can you help?

#Rotarians

Great day to celebrate! ... See MoreSee Less

Great day to celebrate!
1 month ago

Shout out to Russell Mano for speaking to our club on Tuesday about creating trust through storytelling.
We also inducted new member Adriana Avila into our club!
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Shout out to Russell Mano for speaking to our club on Tuesday about creating trust through storytelling. 
We also inducted new member Adriana Avila into our club!Image attachmentImage attachment+4Image attachment

The Monrovia Rotary Club in the 1949 Monrovia Days Parade.

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2 months ago

Thanks to Mr. Lovers from Monrovia High School Humanities Academy for talking to our club about their HUM Out Loud Poetry event! Check it out tonight at 7pm at MHS in room 210. $5 Entrance ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to Mr. Lovers from Monrovia High School Humanities Academy for talking to our club about their HUM Out Loud Poetry event!  Check it out tonight at 7pm at MHS in room 210. $5 EntranceImage attachmentImage attachment
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