So Others May
Club End Polio Now Campaign
Climbs to a New Height.
President Ophelia McInturff hiked 75 Miles to the 14,508 foot summit of Mt.Whitney bringing awareness to the End Polio Now Campaign. The Mt.Whitney Hike End Polio Now Campaign raised $1,366.
Pictured with Ophelia are Past Presidents
Richard McInturff & Dr.Tony Roberts.
President: Ophelia McInturff
Vice President: Jim Tucker
President Elect: David Butler
Secretary: Chuck Kendall
Finance: Glenn Sutherland
Treasurer: Susie Stonum
RI PresidentIan H.S. Riseley
Rotary Club of Sandringham
Rotary International Web Site:
Ray M. Caparros
District Governor 2017 - 2018
District web site: http://rotary5220.org/
People of Action
Rotary is where neighbors, friends, and problem-solvers share ideas, join leaders, and take action to create lasting change.
Interact clubs bring together young people ages 12-18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self and The 4-Way Test.
Randy Brower and Dave Gerken rode in the
Tour de Tucson to raise money to End Polio Now!
Our yearly fundraisers provide for Mariposa Yosemite Rotary Scholarships. In 2018 we awarded $28,000 in scholarships to eight local graduating seniors.
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ACTIVITIES & EVENTS
On March 25, 2018 the Mariposa Yosemite Club honored veterans from Mariposa County. Over 240 veterans joined us for an afternoon of recognition and fellowship. Our featured speaker was LT. GEN. Michael A. Vane, US Army, RET. with a special guest appearance by Congressman Tom McClintock.
WW2 veteran Ralph Seely and Korean War veteran Fred Wackerman were two veterans honored and each presented with a Quilt of Valor from the Mariposa Piecemakers Quilting Group. It was a wonderful afternoon spent honoring our veterans and of fellowship.
The major event sponsors were Sierra Tel, Pioneer Market, and Steve’s Sportsmans Café. Other sponsors included VFW Post 6042-Mariposa, American Legion Post #567 and Foster ACE Hardware.
The event was spearheaded by 2017 - 2018 President Ophelia McInturff with much help from her committee of Veterans and Rotarians!
Service Above Self
Mariposa Yosemite Rotary Club
2018 - 2019
Veterans Appreciation Day
Through our Community Giving Project, each year the Mariposa-Yosemite Rotary gives between $6,000 - $10,000 to local educational, charitable and nonprofit groups in need.