Welcome to Ripon Rotary!! 

We meet at noon on Mondays.
For now, we are meeting via Zoom.  
The Zoom information is listed below.  Join us anytime!
For the month of March,
Ripon Rotary will meet on Wednesdays.  
We are still at noon and still via Zoom.
Do you want to meet people in Ripon and have some fun? 
Do you want to help to make Ripon a better place?
Do you want to make positive changes in the Ripon community and in our world?
The 2020-21 Rotary International Theme is:
We will give you the opportunities.  All you have to do is join us!!
Current Club Presidents
Bill Boutwell and Liz Nevitt
All of us in the Ripon Rotary Club love helping our community thrive, have a passion for giving back and, we make sure to have fun while doing it!!
We are currently meeting via Zoom.  Use Meeting ID 862 3412 5752, passcode 394391.
February  15 - Nick Goeldi from Ripon High School about the NASA IPAC Teacher Archive Research Program
February  22 - A chat with Adam Sonntag, Ripon's new City Administrator
March 3 - Rick Harnish, Presentation re High Speed rail service in the U.S.
March 10 - Sam Luna of The Heist in downtown Ripon re: promoting the arts
March 21 - Theresa Weckworth of Fortifi Bank re: online banking fraud
March 31 - Rotary Fellowships, the Rotary Learning Center
April 5 - Tom and Diane's Excellent Hawaiian Adventure cruise


Ripon Rotary has been working with Fr. Wally Kasuboski in Panama for many years to build a dam and provide water to hundreds of homes.  We continue this partnership to improve the quality of life for those in this area of Panama.


At Ripon Rotary, we are always looking to work with other groups to improve lives, help our community and work together.  Let us know if you have an idea for a project!
Our annual citrus sale will be coming again soon!  Watch this page and our Facebook page for more information!


Rotary has clubs in over 200 countries around the world.  A recent speaker at a Ripon Rotary meeting is from India.  Rotary strives to bring the world closer together.  We celebrate all the ways we are similar, as well as what each of us can contribute to others!
Early work on Rotary Square
We've got lights!
Here is Craig Tebon enjoying the beauty of the new pergolas!
Keep your eyes open for more changes in Rotary Square!