Shoreline Rotary Members Conceive, Develop, and Deliver Projects Locally and Internationally to Fulfill Our Mission
Chartered in 1962, the Rotary Club of Shoreline started as a lunch club. A couple of decades later, several members were unable to continue to meet in the middle of the business day so the lunch club chartered a breakfast club, Shoreline Breakfast Rotary, and both clubs thrived. In 2015, the clubs decided to reunite and merged once again to become Shoreline Rotary. We number about 60 members who meet weekly for fellowship and collaboration on projects that benefit our city, our country, and our world.
Shoreline Rotarians live a lifestyle of Service Above Self, one of the founding principles of Rotary International. We raise money to support programs which promote peace by being present in the most needed areas of society – health, water, sanitation, education, and understanding.