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El Dorado Hills Rotary

We meet Wednesdays at 7:15 AM
Community Services District Pavilion
1021 Harvard Way
El Dorado Hills, CA  95762
United States of America
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Incoming Oak Ridge High School Interact club officers took the lead from bell to bell at our weekly meeting. They did an outstanding job outlining their Interact Club goals, featured a presentation on RYLA and a we all played a Rotary game they created on line. 
EDH Rotarians, Interactors and our RYE student partnered with the EDH CSD to install several interpretive signs along New York Creek nature trail. These signs provide information about our community's eco system. 
Our 24th Annual Wine at Town Center was a huge success. A big thank you to all of our sponsors, vendors and volunteers who contributed to make it a huge success! 
Brenda and her family enjoying the event.
Band Skyler's Pool featuring Kitty O'Neal put on a great show!
EDH Rotary Student of the year awards go to one student from each K-8 school in our community to a student that exemplifies the Rotary motto of Service Above Self.
Ian (2nd row, 3rd from left) Marina Village Middle School Student of the Year.
Jayce, Student of the Year for Rolling Hills Middle School.
Jaime, Valley View Charter Montessori School student of the year.
Our club collects "Happy Bucks" at weekly meeting that contribute to specified causes. Over the past few months the monies collected bought gifts for dozens of children in a needing community somewhere in the world through 'Operation Christmas Child', a project of Samaritan's Purse. Club members invited District Governor Jack Arney and his wife Maureen to help fill gift boxes.
Blues and Brews for Veterans honored and celebrated area Veterans for the 9th year with a wonderful program, great music, local craft brew and more. Beneficiaries include Wheelers for the Wounded of California, Operation Good 2 Go, Rolling Hills Blue Star Moms, Military Family Support Group and others.
Each October our Rotary members, ORHS Interact, our RYE exchange student, families and firefighters combine forces and canvas El Dorado Hills neighborhoods offering smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms and battery replacements to help keep our community safe.
A good time was had by all at the 23rd annual Wine at Town Center. Hundreds of event goers sampled the finest wines in our region, enjoyed tastes from several area restaurants and helped raise thousands for the programs and services our club provides year round. Thanks to all for coming out in support. Visit the wineries, restaurants and sponsors by clicking on their logo at
Help Mito Kids, a 501c3 non profit founded by El Dorado Hills Rotarian Carol Pomares held their 9th annual 5k Run Walk to raise awareness for children suffering from mitochondrial disease. 
Another great turnout with lots of volunteer support from our club and the Oak Ridge Interact Club.
Mitochondrial disease occurs when the mitochondria fail to carry out their primary functions. When they fail, cells lose much of their ability to produce energy and sustain growth.  Without properly functioning cells, entire organs can be damaged or shut down completely. Children are primarily affected by the disease. Their lives can be severely compromised.  Common symptoms include: muscle weakness and pain, gastrointestinal disorders, poor growth, cardiac disease, liver disease, diabetes, respiratory problems, seizures, visual/hearing problems, and susceptibility to infection. There is no cure for Mitochondrial disease.  Treatments given to curtail symptoms vary from patient to patient, and there can be many periods of trial and error.  Because so little is known about the disease, there are only a few hospitals in the world that offer treatment.  
As a result, affected families are sometimes forced to travel great distances to seek care. Help Mito Kids offers support to these families to help ease the financial strain placed on them and also supports research projects at Stanford University to better understand, treat and find a cure for mitochondrial disease. Learn more about Help Mito Kids at
Rotarians, Interactors, families and friends help spread tens of thousands of eggs for the annual EDHCSD Easter Egg hunt. 
It takes us about 45 minutes to spread them around the field...and about 45 seconds for the kids to scoop them all up!
Eight students ranging from 9th to 12th grade competed in the annual Rotary Club Speech Contest. The topic this year is "Making a Difference" which also happens to be the Rotary International theme. Each student gave an impressive 5 to 8 minute speech in front of our Rotary Club members, our distinguished guests and a panel of expert judges.  The winner took home a check for $250 and a spot in the district semi finals. Great job students!
The morning starts off with fellowship, coffee and a great breakfast from West Coast Events.
President Axel welcomes our student speakers
Our panel of judges at work. (L to R) Debbie Manning- President & CEO of El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce, Kevin Kiley, California State Assembly member - 6th District, Tina Ferguson, Rotary Club President- Elect , Owner of Face In a Book.
Our Contestants with President Axel. Our winner is Stephan Bernard, 4th from left.
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Immediate Past President
Club Service and Program Chair
International Service
Youth Services Committee Chair
Rotary Foundation
Club Foundation
Director at Large