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Committee Activities

Rotary is about connecting and being part of a diverse group of people who care about the community, enjoy fellowship, learning, and doing. We encourage you to get involved by attending meetings, serving on committees, participating in community service activities and events.

Together, we make where we live and work a better place!

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Club Meetings

Welcome members and guests

Thought for the Day
Brief inspirational comments

Flag Salute
Lead the Pledge of Allegiance



Club Service

Member Recognition
Acknowledge Rotarians who are
being recognized in the community.

One Day Community Service Projects
Food packing at
Central California Food Bank, planting flowers at Hinds
Hospice House, Salvation Army Bell Ringer – hands-on
projects that are generally completed in one day.


Bulletin Fig News
Weekly meeting update

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Membership is critical to every Rotary Club. This committee is responsible growing membership, engaging and retaining members. Additionally, the Membership Committee also delivers new member orientation and acts as the Club
compassion team as well.

Fig Garden Rotary Foundation
Our Mission

To receive donations of monies and property to manage, grow and distribute to charitable organizations.


As stewards of precious resources, Fig Garden Rotary Foundation provides leadership that results in the perpetual funding to support the vast and diverse humanitarian investments by Fig Garden Rotary Club in local, regional, and global communities.

The Foundation Board mirrors the Board of the Fig Garden Rotary Club which is elected by the membership. Directors terms are generally two years, one-half elected every year. This ensures continuity yet a gradual rotation to members that contribute fresh perspectives and priorities.

Our focus is generally on causes that support youth. In the extraordinary times we faced in 2020, our investments were expanded to people impacted by the massive and historical wildfires and the COVID19 pandemic. We are helping causes that
provide for the hungry, Personal Protection Equipment (PPE), Veterans activities, shelter, displaced animals, and so many more.

During this pandemic, our fundraising events have been placed on hold for two president’s terms. To assure our work continues, Club members are stepping up to help by making personal financial commitments to our Foundation so that our precious resources continue to grow and will be available whenever and wherever the need.

Fig Garden Rotary Foundation is designated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Community Service
  • Review grant requests for funding

  • Make recommendations to the Board

  • Bring member recommendations for funding to the committee.

  • Recommend causes for ongoing support such as blood donation.

International Service
  • Identifies internal projects that fit the interest and capacity of the Club

  • Works with District and Rotary International to identify other Clubs with similar interests.

  • Writes grants for international projects.

  • Supports Foreign Exchange Student programs and visiting students.

Vocational Service
  • Facilitates Interact and Rotaract Clubs

  • Arranges craft talks from our members to our club

  • Job shadowing, hosting high school students in our places of business, and introducing students at a Rotary meeting when possible.

Public Image

In 2011, Rotary International embarked on a multiyear initiative of unprecedented scale to strengthen the Rotary image.  In addition to expanding public understanding of what Rotary does, we want to motivate, engage, and inspire current and prospective members, donors, partners, and staff. 


Rotary’s Public Image is how Rotary is perceived by the world. Rotary’s “Voice” is the unique tone and style in which we communicate. There is no organization quite like Rotary.  By using a unified “voice” in all our interactions, we ensure our communications capture our distinct character — and how people experience Rotary.  By speaking, writing, and designing in one voice, our communications will look, feel, and sound unmistakably like Rotary.


Fig Garden Rotary events are good opportunities to network, enjoy getting to know members, have fun, provide community service and sometimes raise funds for our
investment in community needs and projects.

Annual dinner and auction | Veterans Day Parade Annual
Robin Baldwin Memorial Retreat | Pinedale Elementary
School Christmas Gift Box | Veterans Home of Central
California luncheon | Mystery Dinner | Alzheimer’s Walk
Past Presidents’ Dinner | Christmas Party |Santa Fe Basque
luncheon | Camp Royal Cooking/Serving |Annual Christmas
Party | Day at the Races . . . and more!

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