Rotary International

is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.


Wednesdays at Noon at Claim Jumper in Temecula

Photos from August 13 meeting

Photos by Todd Montgomery

Past President Kim

New Member

Program Speaker

Cleft Palate Work


Club Photo - July 2014

Photo Credit: Todd Montgomery ©2014 - Click photo to enlarge


Chad Harris New Club President

Harris Becomes Rotary Club of Temecula's New President(Reprint from July 2014 The Valley Business Journal)

Chad Harris, the new president of the Rotary Club of Temecula is proud to announce his 2014-2015 Board of Directors.

Executive Committee
President: Chad Harris
President-Elect: Mike Noon
Vice President: Julie Ngo
Secretary: Jana Swenson
Treasurer: Chris Binkley

Immediate Past President: Kim Kelliher
Membership: Karen Schneider
Community Service: Craig Davis
Youth Service: Barbara Langdon
Club Service: Ed Prieboy
International Service: Esther Phahla
Public Relations: Fletcher Hull
Foundation: John Dubots
Ways & Means: Lisa Locke

The Rotary Club of Temecula was established in 1974 and on May 5, 1975, was admitted to Rotary International. Today the club has grown to be the largest in the area.

Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.

The Rotary Club of Temecula is dedicated to improving the world around us both in our local community and internationally. We invite you to join us at our meetings at Claim Jumper restaurant in Temecula Wednesday's at noon, where you can meet our members and learn more about our activities. Our club is social and we have a lot of fun, but we also enjoy rolling up our sleeves and making a difference in the lives of others.


June 6th Program - Million Kids

Our club heard a powerful message on June 4th from Opal Singleton, President and CEO of Million Kids -- an organization dedicated to the prevention of child trafficking. Opal meets with business executives, city and county officials, community action groups and concerned individuals to explore ways that they can strengthen the fight against trafficking in their community. From exploring safe haven for a teenage victim who has been exploited through prostitution to working with corporations that employee thousands of laborers, Opal uses her background and experience to find creative solutions to stop trafficking.


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Weekly Club Meetings

Regular Club Meeting's are held at noon every Wednesday at the Claim Jumper Restaurant, 29370 Rancho California Rd, Temecula.
Guests are always welcome.
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Rotary Club of Temecula Leadership

Executive Committee Officers


Complete Committee Chair List Click Here

Reminders & Links


Rotary Club of Temecula Upcoming Meeting Programs



Nov 5 - Boy Scout presentation/Gil Rodriguez GOHS, Boy Scout Troop 301/GOHS

Nov 10 - Field of Honor Joint meeting, Murrieta Rotary

Nov 12 - Club Committee Expo!

Nov 19 - Jay Goth, InSoCal CONNECT

Nov 26 - Thanksgiving

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For copies of our club brochure email

Rotary Supports Our Military

Rotary has a long history of supporting our military. The Rotary Club of Temecula has picked up on that tradition and created The Military Family Support Project. Our project is simple in its very own nature. Listen to the issues facing our local Military Personnel, and their families, and apply the necessary resources that are needed to resolve the issue.

Contact Bruce Cripe for more information or to volunteer.


Rotary Avenues of Service

Rotary’s commitment to Service Above Self is channeled through five Avenues of Service, which form the foundation of Rotary.

New Generations Service

New Generations Service recognizes the positive change implemented by youth and young adults through leadership development activities such as RYLA, Rotaract and Interact club service projects, and creating international understanding with Rotary Youth Exchange.

Vocational Service

Vocational Service involves club members serving others through their professions and aspiring to high ethical standards. Rotarians, as business leaders, share skills and expertise through their vocations, and they inspire others in the process.

Community Service

Community Service is the opportunity Rotary clubs have to implement club projects and activities that improve life in the local community.

International Service

International Service encompasses efforts to expand Rotary’s humanitarian reach around the world and to promote world understanding and peace. It includes everything from contributing to PolioPlus to helping Rotary Youth Exchange students adjust to their host countries.

Club Service

Club Service focuses on strengthening fellowship and ensuring the smooth functioning of Rotary clubs.