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La Mesa Rotary supports East County Food Bank

La Mesa Rotary is proud to work with City Hope and their East County Food Bank!
The Food Bank is located at the Spring Valley Academy and distributes food on Friday afternoons.
La Mesa Rotarians volunteer to work at the Food Bank, have held Food Drives and have donated funds to help the Food Bank.
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La Mesa Rotary Celebrates 95th Anniversary

La Mesa Rotary Celebrates their 95th Anniversary!
Founded in 1925 La Mesa Rotary is one of the oldest clubs in San Diego!  With a long history of supporting the community La Mesa Rotary is still going strong after all these years!
La Mesa Rotary celebrated their 95th Anniversary on October 28, 2020!
La Mesa Rotary Club - 2018
La Mesa Rotary Club - 1958
La Mesa Rotary - 1939
La Mesa Rotary Celebrates 95th Anniversary Scott Elam 2020-11-13 08:00:00Z 0

La Mesa Rotary 5k and Family Fun Day 

Posted on Apr 08, 2017
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La Mesa Rotary
5k Family Day
Come spend time with family and friends to support our local community and veterans
April 8, 2017
Lake Murray Park
Registration 7:30-8:00am
Race 8:00-10:00am
Food truck, games 11:00-1:00pm
Please fill out a Participation Form.
We have a number of options for Sponsors - please see our Sponsorship Form!
To purchase your Fun Run Tickets or to support our event please visit our La Mesa Rotary Foundation Online Payment Portal by clicking on the link below:
(All contributions to La Mesa Rotary Foundation may be tax deductible)
Also please fill out the forms you will find to the right under Download Files. 
Questions: Becki 619-993-1414
La Mesa Rotary 5k and Family Fun Day Becki Schwartz 2017-04-08 07:00:00Z 0

Shelter-To-Soldier Program

Graham Bloem the founder of Shelter to Soldier will be speaking about the work of the charity.  This is a CA 501c3 nonprofit organization that rescues dogs from an otherwise uncertain future in local shelters and trains them to become psychiatric service dogs for post-9/11 combat veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and/or other injuries associated with traumatic service experiences. Every day, 22 US veterans and 1 active duty service member are lost to suicide. That’s an average of one life lost every 63 minutes. The suicide rate among the nation’s military personnel has spiked this year, eclipsing the number of troops dying in battle and on pace to set a record annual high since the start of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan more than a decade ago. The links below are for an impact report, a video and the last link is to a page showing the body parts and how you can donate.
At the meeting Rob Ridge and Mark Matthews will be selling “ dog body parts” to create a complete dog. The objective is to raise  $12,000 to donate a dog for a veteran, for which there is a desperate need in this area that has so many returning military personnel.                 
Note:  You can now donate through the La Mesa Rotary website as well!
Go the La Mesa Rotary Foundation Web Payment Portal to donate now!
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Bill Kalt Scholarship Awards

The Bill Kalt Scholarship was started in the Mission Valley Rotary club and has carried over to La Mesa. Each fall the committee selects 2 incoming freshman at Patrick Henry High School to participate in the Bill Kalt Scholarship program.  They must sign a commitment letter about their grades and behavior for the next 4 years. They must meet with the committee four times a school year.  Upon graduation they are presented with a $2,000 scholarship.  This year Bonnie was able to award these awards to 2 very deserving seniors:  Chanti Butler & Tony Lam.  Congratulations!
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