Big Bear Lake Rotary Club - The High Altitude Club with the Can Do Attitude
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Rotary Projects in Bear Valley

1. The Santa Program: for three nights, five Santas deliver over 500+ stockings and presents to the children of Big Bear Valley

2, The Senior Christmas Lunch:  On the first Wednesday of December the Rotary Club Hosts 400+ seniors at Pine Summit Salvation Army Camp.  There is music and presents.  The only requirement is that you are over 55 years of age. 

3. Free Dental Screening: in conjunction with the Dentists of Big Bear Valley, Elementary School Children are screened for dental problems.  Parents are notified of the result.

4. July 4th BBQ and Fireworks: One of the five best Fireworks Shows in Southern California is produced by Rotary in association with the City of Big Bear and the Visitor's Bureau.  The Rotary BBQ is a major fundraiser for each (normal) year. 

5. Halloween in the Village.  Two stations are set up in the Village.  One for the High School and one for the Middle school.  Both are stationed by students of the Interact Club and Rotarians. 

6. The Sweetheart Ball: Each year a special group is chosen to support.  The Sweetheart Ball is held close to Valentine's Day.  Funds are raised for the group selected.  It is a major event for Valentine's Season.

7. The Eagles of Excellence: Rotary recognizes outstanding contributors to our community who demonstrate excellence in their personal giving of time, energy, and influence to others with the community.  

8. Feeding those in Big Bear Valley: Through the efforts of several Rotarians in the Club, we have raised over $20,000 for Feed America.  Three churches in the Valley distribute the food that this provides.  It is estimated that each dollar donated provides 8 meals. So our Club has provided 160,000 meals in the last year to our community members. 

Rotarians Helping the Community
Rotarian Owned Businesses in Bear Valley
RotarianPhoneBusiness
Filo Arias909-595-9339Barnstorm Restaurant
Mike Beveridge(800) 926-0409Licensed Home Improvement
Carol Bremer(909) 628-3661D&C Investment Properties
Marcus Dietz(909) 585-5533Big Bear Today Magazine
Garry Dokter(909) 866-7405Elevations Day Spa
Cliiff Fowler(909) 584-4333Big Bear Traction (chains, no whips)
John Friel(909) 878-8214CEO BB Community Hospital
Gus Gonzales(909) 866-3537Owner:  El Jacalito
Rick Hackney(909) 866-4225Hackney Appraisal
Dawn Hartmeister(909) 281-4495Licensed Home Improvement
Annette Karnes(909) 800-4365Realtor: Keller Williams
Jim Miller(909) 866-5831Community Development Director
for Big Bear Lake
Quinton Page(714) 388-7523Program Director: Doves
John Stock(909) 866-7890Owner: Stock's Automotive
Tony Tamberchi(909) 866-4666Bay Meadows Resort
Keenan "Kevin" Warner(661) 803-8252King (not Queen) of Big Bear Rotary
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Welcome to our Club Meetings.  Noon and Evening

Big Bear Lake Rotary

Service Above Self

Noon Meeting Thursday & Evening Meeting Thursday 6:30 p.m.
The Lodge - A Holiday Inn
40650 Village Drive
Noon-Mountain Cafe, 42164 Moonridge Way
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
United States of America

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(310) 874-2963
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