Welcome to the Rotary Club of Mammoth Lakes

We Meet on the First and Third Thursday of the Month at Noon
Mammoth Lakes Foundation
100 College Parkway
Mammoth Lakes, CA  93546
United States
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Stories
On Thursday, Mark Brownlie, CEO of Mammoth Resorts, gave a presentation on current and future projects at Mammoth Mountain and June Mountain.
 
Sheryl Saari presents a permanent badge to our newest member, Talene Shabanian, who is responsible for fundraising at Mammoth Hospital.
Calvin Forsythe, 2016 recipient of our college completion scholarship, received his first check from club president Luan Mendel on July 19th. As required by the terms of the scholarship, Calvin successfully completed two years (and two A.A. degrees) at Cerro Coso Community College and was accepted as a transfer student at San Diego State University. The club will provide financial support for Calvin's junior and senior years, and we look forward to following his progress toward a four-year degree.
 
 
 
Lunch Meetings
Lunch Meeting
Sep 20, 2018 12:00 PM
 
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2019-20 Rotary president selected

Mark Daniel Maloney selected to be 2019-20 Rotary

Rotary gives millions in grants to fight polio 2018

Rotary announces US $96.5 million to end polioEVANSTON, Ill. (August 15, 2018) — Rotary today announced nearly $100 million in grants to support the global effort to end polio, a vaccine-preventable disease that once paralyzed hundreds of

Gladiator stars reunite at End Polio Now event

‘Gladiator’ stars reunite at End Polio Now

Rotarian helps clean rivers around the world

A challenge to clean the world's riversIn 2009, Salvador Rico stood in the waters of the Russian River in Northern California with other members of the Rotary Club of South Ukiah. They were there for a river cleanup, during which they

Rotary partners with Mediators Beyond Borders

Rotary partners with Mediators Beyond Borders to bring local solutions for lasting peaceEVANSTON, Ill. (Aug. 17, 2018) — Preventing conflicts from escalating into violent crises is 60 times more cost effective than intervening after