Why should our Rotary club be part of your life...?

We bring together leaders to identify both the problems in our community, as well as opportunities.

We tap into our professional skills, experience and networks to pinpoint solutions and ideas.

Together we roll up our sleeves and mobilize our communities to get the job done.

And, of course, in the process we develop great relationships and friends.

Through Rotary, a worldwide network of inspired individuals translate their

passions into relevant social causes to change lives in communities.  

“Rotary: Be the Inspiration" ~ "Service Above Self"

Home Page Stories
Congressman Mike Thompson addresses a joint meeting of the Rotary Clubs of Rancho Cotati and Rohnert Park-Cotati.
Updates on what's happening in Washington DC and the local region.
On Saturday, June 16th, our club hosted a free BBQ for veterans at the Cotati Veterans Memorial Building.  In addition to the meal, appreciative acknowledgments, each veteran was given a specially commissioned Challenge Coin by our club.
Since we're a community service organization, it's good for us to simply just be in the community from time to time.  Telling the Rotary story; answering the question: "What Is Rotary"?
Look for us at the Rohnert Park Farmers Market/Party on the Plaza.
An offer to rehabilitate some municipal landscaping in front of the City of Rohnert Park Burton Avenue Recreation Center has turned into our club's largest community service project ever, as we transform the area into the Rotary Community Peace Park.
Come join us for one of our star events; our Holiday Toy Program
We come together on Saturday, Dec. 16th to wrap gifts for families.
8:00 AM at the Burton Recreation Center in Rohnert Park
We deliver on Saturday, Dec. 23rd.  Meet at the Burton Rec Center at 8:00 AM
THANK YOU to all who came out  to support this very successful fundraising campaign!
It is wonderful to see our community come together to support each other, serving humanity and making a difference.
After all of the turmoil of the Sonoma County Fires, President Heather is finally able to recognize the Rotarian of the Month for September; Paula Reinhold
In the aftermath of the Sonoma County Fire devastation, club members gather as family and friends to share, to grieve, to support, to hug.  Together, we'll move forward stronger than before.
Member Steve Campbell gave a brief presentation on how the brain reacts to these types of disasters.
During the meeting, we all declared the following:
We, the members of the Rotary Club of Rohnert Park-Cotati, declare we will get through this together.  We will support those impacted by the fires, including our club members, families, friends, colleagues, neighbors and community in the upcoming weeks, months, and years.  WE ARE BETTER TOGETHER!
Jeff Thomas is recognized by president Heather-Ann for his continued contributions to the Rotary Foundation, attaining his Paul Harris Fellow +4.  Jeff has contributed over $5000, making a difference locally and internationally.
President-Elect Pat Miller and President-Nominee Dave Kowalski both completed the two-day, intensive, Institute for Leadership offered by District 5130.  The club's own Past District Governor Wulff Reinhold is one of the instructor/facilitators.  Our club has the highest number of graduates from this course, both per capita and overall.  7 of last 10 members in the presidential line have taken advantage of this great program.
President Heather-Ann recognizes Mike Pastryk as the Rotarian of the Month for August.
Congratulations Mike!
Don has completed all of the new member learning objectives to attain his Blue Badge.  Thanks Don!
Yesterday evening, club members from the Rotary Clubs of Rohnert Park-Cotati and Rancho Cotati said farewell to our Swedish Exchange Student

 In 2017-18, we’ll answer the question “What is Rotary?” with RI President-elect Ian H.S. Riseley’s theme, Rotary: Making a Difference. “Whether we’re building a new playground or a new school, improving medical care or sanitation, training conflict mediators or midwives, we know that the work we do will change people’s lives — in ways large and small — for the better.”



Humanitarian needs exist right here in our own community. 
Rotarian Brian Masterson, who is also the director of Public Safety, helped out Ed yesterday morning with a "Lifepack"; a hot meal pack similar to a military MRE (meals ready to eat). 
Having fulfilled her new member requirement, Nou was awarded her Blue name badge by President Peggy
Heather-Ann, our president for 2017-2018, introduced her board members to the club this morning.
During the 2017-2018 year, from left to right: International Service Director Mike Pastryk, President Heather-Ann Young, Youth Service Director Ken McCoy, Immediate Past President Peggy Wyman, Club Service Director Wulff Reinhold, President-Elect Pat Miller, Club Secretary Paula Reinhold, Vocational Service Director Johann Scrimshire, Club Treasurer Gary Jeffcoat.  ABSENT: Community Service Director Bob Stewart, and Club Rotary Foundation Director Dale Ann Knight.
Club Information:
PO Box 1564
Rohnert Park, CA  94928

Welcome to our Club!

Rohnert Park-Cotati

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 7:00 AM
Doubletree Hotel - Sonoma Wine Country
1 Doubletree Drive
Rohnert Park, CA  94928
United States
(707) 765-4898
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Governing Documents
Upcoming Speakers
Aug 21, 2018
Club Membership and Rotary's Priority #1 Plus Initiatives
Club Membership and Rotary's Priority #1 Plus Initiatives
Bert Whitaker
Aug 28, 2018
Sonoma County Regional Parks
Argo Thompson, Artistic Director
Sep 04, 2018
Left Edge Theatre
Past Speakers
Mike Kelly
Aug 14, 2018
Talking Bees
Officers & Directors
President Elect (2018-2019)
Immediate Past President
Club Service Director
Community Service Director
International Service Director
Youth Service Director
Club Director - Rotary Foundation
International Service Co-Director
Vocational Service Director