Meet the Rotary Club of Morgan Hill
The heart of our club is our members, dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship.
Who We Are
Rotary Club of Morgan Hill has over 100 members from Morgan Hill and surrounding communities. We are city leaders, business owners, employees, and retirees joined together to do good work in our community and form lasting friendships.
2023-24 Board of Directors
President: Mario Banuelos
President-Elect: Garth Gilmour
Past President: Chris Foster
Secretary: Mary Hiland
Treasurer: Ken Meagor
Parliamentarian: Peter Anderson
Director-Administration: Poonam Chabra
Director Membership: Gina Varela-Domenichini
Director-Funds Development: Denise Chorley
Director-Public Image: Julee Klein
Director-Rotary Foundation: John Kelley
Director-Service Projects: Don Larkin
Director-Youth Services: Mark Grisedale
When We Meet
We meet every Wednesday at 12:15 at the Morgan Hill Community and Cultural Center, 17000 Monterey St., Morgan Hill, CA
For members not able to make live meetings, the meetings are available via ZOOM.
Outside of our regular lunch meeting, members join committees and regularly meet at our homes and local businesses for evenings of fellowship.
What We Do
In March 2023, the Rotary Club of Morgan Hill awarded $20,000 to 25 projects and programs offered by the following 24 organizations:
All Animal Rescue & Friends
Alma Bonita Animal Rescue
BookSmart Community Advantage
Edward Boss Prado Foundation
El Toro Health Science Academy
Friends of the MH Steve Tate Library
IASC-Circle of Giving
Loaves & Fishes Family Kitchen
Morgan Hill Grange #408
Morgan Hill Historical Society
Operation Freedom Paws
Rebekah Children's Services
RotaCare Bay Area Organization
San Martin Gwinn School Home & School Club
South County Cal-SOAP
Susan and Charles Berghoff Foundation
The Grateful Garment Project
The Particular Council of the Society of St. Vincent De Paul - Morgan Hill
Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center
The Rotary Club of Morgan Hill is awarding college scholarships again this year. Students apply through their high school. Rotary will be interviewing applicants at Live Oak, Sobrato, and Central High Schools.
Students can obtain an application and other information through the school counseling office.
Watch Our Video
Rotary Club of Morgan Hill members speak about what being a Rotarian means to them.