Rotary's community development programs address many of today's most critical issues such as hunger, environment, and literacy to name a few. Rotary also offers programs that focus mainly on young people, including service clubs for high school students and young adults, leadership training workshops and student exchanges. The international components of Rotary programs enable clubs and districts to assist Rotary efforts abroad and to share information and arrange exchanges with Rotarians in other countries.
An annual fundraiser to support Chico Noon Rotary's community projects. Click on the main link above to see the 2014 Omelet Brunch extravaganza video. See this incredible display of all things eggs and service! Here at Rotary we know a thing or two about omelettes, and you should not miss this event.
Hooked on Fishing is an annual event held at Horseshoe Lake. Kids and their families come from all over to learn, do a little fishing, and get ready for a catfish dinner. Click on the main link above to see more and watch a few of your fellow Rotarians show their skills with children and catfish!
Chico Rotary Club is deeply invested in clean water and community development projects near Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. We have developed a website to show the work being done, and to help you see how you can become involved in this great effort. Click here to learn more about the Rotary for Northern Tanzania project.
For more details on the successful partnership between the Rotary Clubs of Chico and Moshi, Tanzania that has made Rotary For Northern Tanzania possible, see this link to a recent article in the Newsletter of District 9211 (Tanzania and Uganda): Partnership Experience 9211 Newsletter.
We accomplish a lot in our community and have a great time doing it! Last year each team adopted a local elementary school. Here you see photos of Rotarians working at Hooker Oak Elementary.
The Chico Rotary Club has a long history of serving the community. To see some of our founding members and the great work that has been done check out the video history produced for Dan Herbert's inauguration day by our very own Douglas Keister.