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Welcome to Rotary International District 5300

Clean Water

2017 RYLA

(Rotary Youth Leadership Award)

TLC Stop Hunger Now

Polio Plus

Superbuild

Fellowship

Roger J. Schulte

District Governor, 2010-11
May 1, 1944 – July 18, 2022

People of Action

26th Annual Santa Clothes

26th Annual Santa Clothes

By Jaime Goldsmith on Wednesday, December 15, 2021 --- This year was the 26th annual Santa Clothes Program. Santa Clothes provides much needed shoes, socks, winter clothing, mentoring and, a sports ball gift to at-risk children from the Las Vegas valley each...

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2021 District Conference Video

2021 Dan Stover Music Contest

Important Dates:

Michael Driebe

District Governor Nominee Designate
for the
Rotary Year 2024-2025
District Leadership Biographies



Videos of the
Garbis Der-Yeghian Rotary District 5300
32nd Annual Peace Conference

Contribute to the Garbis Der-Yeghian Endowment for Peace

The Endowment accepts tax-deductible gifts to the Rotary District 5300 Foundation for the Garbis Der-Yeghian Memorial Endowment for Peace to be used to support a broad range of peace-related programs, including peace building/conflict resolution efforts here and abroad, scholarships, exchange programs, contests such as Art for Peace, and funding to ensure the District 5300 Peace Conference continues.

More about the Garbis Der-Yeghian Memorial Endowment for Peace  CLICK here

To view or download a copy of the Endowment brochure, CLICK here

District Governor  2022-23, Roger Gutierrez

Roger Gutierrez joined Rotary a new Rotary Club in Irwindale CA, in 1984. He served as a member of the Board of Directors and ultimately Club President in 1989. Roger spearheaded a merge with the Rotary Club of Foothills Sunrise in Glendora CA in 1993. There, he was Club President in 2001-2002. After losing membership, he again orchestrated a merge in 2005 with the Rotary Club of Azusa CA

 

 

District Happenings

District 5300 Changing of the Guard Ceremony Video

District 5300 Changing of the Guard Ceremony Video

On June 19, 2021 the District Governor line and Past District Governors from District 5300 gathered to attend the Changing of the Guard Ceremony. 2020-2021 District Governor Greg Jones shared the key points from his Rotary Opens Opportunities message to district...

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Global Scholar, Chantay BenShimon Status Report

Global Scholar, Chantay BenShimon Status Report

March 7th, 2021 `Hello everyone! I hope you are staying safe and healthy. I wanted to give you an update on my experience thus far in my graduate program and experience as a Global Grant Scholar. When I first arrived in Israel for this master’s program, I was very...

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Congratulations to our Catherine “Cat” Brame who was selected by Immed Past Pres Terry Zakanycz as the 2021-22 Rotarian of the Year. 🏆 Fairly new to Las Vegas, Cat met two of our members, Louise Faure and Julie Stemple, at a networking event and was invited to check out our Rotary Club. Cat was in awe of our close-knit group, fellowship, and the service programs we were involved with. She joined on 4/14/2021 and hasn’t looked back! Within a matter of months of joining she volunteered for the other half of the Cruise Director team, helping coordinate all our Service, Social & Fun activities. She stepped up as Fundraising Chair, organizing our Spring Swing Golf Tourney, which netted over $10,000 for a 9-hole tournament.⛳️ She “shows up” to nearly every service project and club meeting – always with a smile and “what do you need me to do?” attitude. The requirements to be considered our Rotarian of Year, besides serving at the Club level on a committee, showing up to serve, and attending District training and events, requires the Rotarian to support Rotary International’s Foundation. Cat made her first full commitment to the Paul Harris Society, earning her membership in that prestigious group. PP Terry believes in the difference one Rotarian can make in the world, like the Starfish story – and our Cat had a tremendous impact on so many Starfish, exemplifying Service Above Self for the Rotary Club With the Biggest Heart. 🫶 ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations! Raghada

Congratulations Stephanie!Stephanie A. Urchick, a member of the #Rotary Club of McMurray, Pennsylvania, USA, has been selected to become Rotary International President for 2024-25.

Meet the president-nominee: on.rotary.org/pn2425.
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Congratulations Stephanie!

Any amazing Interactors looking to get engaged with Rotary on a larger scale? Here is an amazing opportunity!We're looking for members to join our Youth Advisory Council!

Inspired by Rotary International President Jennifer Jones' commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, we're inviting youth program participants, alumni, and Rotary members to serve at the international level. This group will advise the Board of Directors of Rotary International and shape the future of our youth programs.

Apply here: on.rotary.org/3Q2tzOJ
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Any amazing Interactors looking to get engaged with Rotary on a larger scale? Here is an amazing opportunity!

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The Five Avenues of Service

Club Service

Club Service focuses on making clubs strong. A thriving club is anchored by strong relationships and an active membership development plan.

Vocational Service

Vocational Service calls on every Rotarian to work with integrity and contribute their expertise to the problems and needs of society. Learn more in  and the .

Community Service

Community Service encourages every Rotarian to find ways to improve the quality of life for people in their communities and to serve the public interest. Learn more in and this .

International Service

International Service exemplifies our global reach in promoting peace and understanding. We support this service avenue by sponsoring or volunteering on international projects, seeking partners abroad, and more.

Youth Service

Youth Service recognizes the importance of empowering youth and young professionals through leadership development programs such as , , , and .