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The San Pedro Rotary Club is a part of the the Greater Los Angeles Rotary - District 5280. To visit the district site, click the link below.
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of San Pedro !


We are a group of business and professional leaders who aspire to the highest ethical standards in their vocations and who not only help those in need in their own communities but who also seek to advance the cause of peace, understanding and goodwill worldwide through scholarships, youth and adult exchanges and humanitarian projects.

Join us!

We have weekly meetings and guests are always welcome to attend our meeting, which includes a topical speaker and fellowship each week.
Thursdays at 7:15 am
Doubletree Hotel - Portofino Room
2800 Via Cabrillo Marina
San Pedro, CA  90731
The 4th Thursday of each month at 6:00pm
Ports O' Call Restaurant
1200 Nagoya Way
San Pedro, CA  90731


Have a project in mind you want to partner with us on? Interested in coming to a meeting, or becoming a member?

Call our fearless leader, Club President Pete Mokler! 818 317-2337

Stories and News
Are you ready?
Preparation for the 4th Annual Great San Pedro Crab Feed is under way, and we're looking forward to our biggest hit yet!
Do you love crab? Good times with all your closest friends and neighbors throughout the South Bay region? Well roll up those sleeves, tie your bibs tight, and get ready for a great time -- supporting your favorite causes and organizations!
With your ticket you get an all-you-can-eat Dungeness crab meal cooked in a savory cioppino sauce with unlimited pasta, salad, and fresh baked french bread! A silent and live auction with amazing items -- from a piano, amusement park passes, and gift cards to your favorite restaurants -- will be sold throughout the evening to raise money for college and vocational scholarships, helping the homeless, and supporting our troops abroad! (and so much more)
The event is held at the Cabrillo Beach Youth Center overlooking the water at sunset on Saturday, February 3, 2018, from 5-9pm. Shuttles will run between the parking lot and the entrance, so you don't even have to exert yourself before you overindulge! 
And if that's not enough, this year we are partnering with the Beacon House in the preparation and cooking of your delicious meal. The recovery program has a fantastic culinary arts program, and we're excited to give the men another opportunity to build their skills and put it to use in a real way! 
Buy your tickets here today, and be ready for the freshest night of your new year! (fresh crab, at least!)
Whether Rotarians realize it or not, they assume a number of responsibilities, and one of these is to their club as is pointed out in the Ottawa, Illinois Weekly Letter.
"Real Rotarians get acquainted without waiting for introductions.  They try to know each other.  They arrive at the meeting place rather early than late, and sit beside a different member at each meeting.  Rotarians draw those who are not participating in the conversation, such as new members, and draw them in.  Cordial attention will make new members and guests feel at home.
"Each Rotarian owes it to his club to promote the fellowship and association which give Rotary its personal appeal.  A Rotarian owes it to his or her club, at all times, an interest in a tolerant attitude toward their fellow man."
Some things never change.  This was taken from a 1928 San Pedro Rotary Log and 87 years later, it still rings true.
Steve Cole, Club Historian