January 2019
Judge Andrew Kauffman
Jan 23, 2019 12:15 PM
Judicial Memorabilia - Exerpts From a Book Yet to be Written
Theresa Plakos
Jan 30, 2019 12:15 PM
Cancer Support Community - So That No One Faces Cancer Alone
Sharon Rose and Meredith
Feb 06, 2019 12:15 PM
Redondo Beach Facility Dog Program
Luz Diaz
Feb 13, 2019 12:15 PM
Walk in, Dance Out!
Judith Norton
Feb 27, 2019 12:15 PM
Capturing Your Stories
Dr Nicole Bosson
Mar 06, 2019 12:15 PM
International Disaster Response
Major Linda Markiewicz
Mar 13, 2019 12:15 PM
The Salvation Army
Jonathan Harris
Mar 20, 2019
The 2018 Elections and the New Congress: What happened? What's in store for 2019?
Nancy Weisel and John Barnett
Mar 27, 2019
Craft Talks
Dr Stephen Keller
Apr 24, 2019 12:00 PM
RBUSD Update
Club Information

The Rotary Club of Redondo Beach 
A 100% Paul Harris Club

Redondo Beach

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:15 PM
Bluewater Grill
665 N Harbor Dr.
Redondo Beach, CA  90277
United States
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Club Officers & Directors
Vice President
Immediate Past President
Club Service
Community Service
Vocational Service
International Service
Youth Service
Rotary Foundation
Program Chair
Redondo Beach Rotary Community Foundation
Contribute to RBRC Community Foundation
Large Club of Excellence

At the 2016 Annual Rotary District 5280 Conference in San Diego, the Rotary Club of Redondo Beach was named the District's Large Club of Excellence.
Rock 'n Roll Casino Night 2019!

Mark your calendar now for
Rock 'N Roll Casino Night!


The Redondo Beach Rotary Club's 14th Annual 
Casino Night Charity Fundraiser

March 23, 2019      6:30 - 11:00PM

Crowne Plaza Hotel, Redondo Beach

Casino Games    Great Food  Dancing    Live music by Feed The Kitty    Silent & Live Auctions

Redondo Beach Rotary Club News

    Jason Owens is an 8th generation native of Southern California, where his great grandparents arrived to the Los Angeles area in   the early 1800s.
    He works in the dental industry serving dentists in the success of their practices. Jason also serves as a board member of the       
Children’s Dental Center of Greater LA, and the Friends of Banning House Museum. He prides himself in practicing service             leadership in all he does.

In his spare time, Jason enjoys sailing offshore races (he's completed two Trans Pacific competition -- that's from Hawaii to California), studying California history and spending time with his wife Joni, and two daughters Reilly and Ruby.

After a long and successful career in sales and marketing of financial products, Nancy Weisel decided it was time to address her bucket list. It was give-back time. She joined the Rotary Club of Redondo Beach.

A native New Yorker, she worked her way across the country and settled with her husband, Jim Benton (a cowboy from Oklahoma, in Redondo Beach 22 years ago.  

After spending so much time worrying about herself and her husband, and preparing for retirement, she realized it was now time to help others.  Hence her interest in Rotary and all the things Rotarians do to help both domestically and internationally, “I’ve never looked back,” she said. “I look forward to tomorrow and what the future brings, and am excited to include Rotary in it.”
John Barnett grew up in the South Bay, spending most of his time in Redondo Beach and Manhattan Beach hanging out at the beach and King Harbor Yacht Club where he enjoyed sailing and scuba diving around Catalina Island.  He lived briefly in Northridge while attending Cal State Northridge and earning a degree in accounting.  
   After a few years working for a Big 10 accounting firm he changed careers to Sales with IBM and moved back to the South Bay where he met his wife Sharon.  After almost 35 years and way too much cross-country travel as an IT enterprise software sales professional, he choose an early retirement package.
His hobbies are golf and reading books by Lee Child and Dan Silva.  He has lived in North Redondo for 25 years and looks forward now to recreational travel and giving back to the community via the Rotary Club.
Raised in Huntington Beach, Chris Engler is currently a resident of North West Torrance along with his husband Carlos Assemany. The newest member of the club's Young Professionals, Chris has a special affinity to the Southern California Beach communities and could never imagine living very far away from the ocean.
As an Eagle Scout, Chris spent a lot of his youth in service to the community; he sees the Rotary club as the perfect opportunity to continue to contribute not only in a professional capacity as a Productive Real Estate agent here in the South Bay with Keller Williams, but to participate in local community development and improvement also on a volunteer basis.
Chris is a graduate of California State University Long Beach with Bachelor's Degree in Communication Studies and looks forward to being a productive member of the Young Professionals Arm of the Redondo Beach Chapter.
Our long-time friend in Rotary, Chat Campbell, passed away peacefully on October 31st of this year at the age of 92. He died after a lengthy, courageous battle from throat cancer and pneumonia.
Chat was a humble, outgoing and humorous Rotarian that always seemed to have a smile on his face and words of encouragement. A former marketing executive he was always willing to generously give of his time especially if it involved the youth in our community.
One of the original “Reading By Nine” Rotarians in the Club he spent some of his spare time counseling troubled youth.
He designed bookmarks for the school and advertised our events in the local press.
Chat grew up on a farm and served in the military both during World War II and Korea.
A short celebration of his life will be held on Thursday afternoon November 29, 2:00pm at the Blue Water Grill. Nancy Campbell, his wife and former President of the Redondo Beach Rotary Club will host.
Bring your fun stories and anecdotes of Chat’s life.
We are blessed to have known Chat, he will be missed. He was a good man and Rotarian.