The 2021 Glendora Hometown Christmas Parade IS BACK! The 2021 Christmas Parade is set to take place Saturday, December 11, 2021, at 9 AM sharp. The parade’s motto is “All About Kids” and the theme this year is “An Old-Fashioned Christmas.”
Each year the Rotary District 5300 sponsors its Four-Way Speech Contest, where high school students from Nevada and this part of Southern California compete for the chance to win cash prizes. This year, Glendora High School Junior, Grace Liang, took first place at the club, area, region, and district levels. Along the way, she earned $3,425 in prize money!
Please join Glendora Rotary as we honor our Heroes and support our Community. You may honor your Hero at fieldofheroes.net by sponsoring a flag in our Field of Heroes.
The Rotary Club of Glendora continues to spearhead efforts to raise money and provide resources for people hardest hit by the pandemic. Another example is the recent Christmas relief project.
Let’s Celebrate our Heroes, here in Glendora. Our Rotary Club of Glendora will be holding our 2nd Annual Field of Heroes July 2, to July…
The Rotary Club of Glendora is made up of people who get together to serve the community. We provide leadership, manpower and financial support for many charitable activities in town. We want our neighbors to know what the Glendora Rotary Club is doing to help people in the community affected by the COVID-19 health crisis. We also want to ask you to join us in our efforts.
Start practicing you poker face! The Glendora Friends of Rotary is hosting its annual poker tournament on Saturday Nov. 9th at 6:00p.m., and you don’t…
Goddard Middle School Student of the Month Awards At our Glendora Rotary meeting on Tuesday, October 8th we were honored to be able to present…
Over the weekend of September 6th through 8th, seven members of Glendora Rotary Club and one member of Azusa Rotary Club traveled to Rosarito Mexico to meet with ten members of the Rosarito La Mision Rotary Club for our latest, greatest Focometer trip.
The Rotary Club of Glendora presents their 1st Annual Field of Heroes, bringing the community together to celebrate and thank Military Personnel, Veterans and First Responders with two displays of hundreds of American Flags. The Field of Heroes will be held from Saturday, June 29 to Thursday, July 4 at the Glendora City Hall and at the corner of Gladstone and Sunflower at the Sunflower Alternative School Campus. Viewing will be 24 hours a day between the 29th and the 4th so please join us.