June 2021

Art Contest open to all residents of the City of San Luis, Arizona.


May 2021

San Luis Frontera Rotary Club was selected as the "Best Social Service Agency or Organization"
by the readers of Bajo el Sol/Yuma Sun.
We want to thank everybody for their continued support.

April 2021

5 Drinking Water Plants were installed in 5 schools. With donations from San Luis Frontera Rotary Club,
Fort Yuma Rotary, Yuma Sunrise Rotary, PDG Anne Fisher, Jauregui Family and the
Club Rotario San Luis Rio Colorado del Desierto (District 4100, Mexico).
Each school was strategically selected. Every site has 2 schools (Morning and Afternoon shit) as
well as an adjacent kinder garden school.
In total, 14 schools will benefit with approximately 4,700 students and staff. 


July 1, 2020

Exchange of gavel.
Past President Mario Jauregui hands gavel to President Louie Galaviz.

Meeting Update
June 3, 2020
Meeting will be held viartually "Zoom" on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month.
We will be doing this for the next 2-3 Months. We will assets after time elapsed if it's safe to return to in-person meetings.

March 18, 2020

"Rotary is closely monitoring the pandemic of COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus, and continuously assessing the potential impact on Rotary operations, events and members."

In response to this pandemic, Club President, Mario Jauregui and board members have decided to postpone all club in-person meetings until further notice. Membership will continue to receive information via email, social media or direct group chat.

"The safety of our members and guest is of highest concern, which is why we have suspended all club meetings until further notice. We will continue to monitor the situation and obey all CDC guidelines."

-Mario Jauregui
President 2019-2020


January 20, 2020

RIPE Holger Knaack announce the theme for 2020-2021 "Rotary Opens Opportunities"


January 17-20, 2020

Over 120 students from Southern Arizona attended RYLA 2020.
Delegates, Junior Counselors, and Adult Advisors were engaged in a 4-day workshop


September 26, 2019

Members prepared over 500 Dictionaries that will be distributed to local 3rd Graders in San Luis/Gadsden schools.


September 19, 2019

District Governor, Ellie Patterson came to visit for her official DG Visits.
Ellie talked about the impact Rotary has had on her, how Rotary matters to her and what Rotary does for the world.
Thanks, Ellie for visiting, AG Mike Lundy, District Administration Liz Cohn, visiting Rotarians for Club Rotario San Luis Rio Colorado del Desierto, Lety Jacquez, and Fernando Campa

(for more pictures, visit our FB page)


June 29, 2019

DG Ellie Patterson is presented with her District Governor pin by her husband Tom.
PDG Randy Brooks watches and installed Ellie as District Governor for the 2019-2020 Rotary Year.


June 14, 2019

President-Elect Mario Jauregui is sworn in as President by
PDG Sheryl Christenson and PDG Miguel Angel Lardin (D4100)

June 3, 2019

San Luis Rotarians contribute toward water system in Mexican school

San Luis, Arizona., Rotarians are seen her with a school water purification system they helped install. 
The Rotarians are (from left) Georgina Gonzalez, Club President Alicia Muñoz and Marcos Ramirez

SAN LUIS, Ariz. — Nearly 3,000 students and staff of a preparatory school in Mexico will drink clean water thanks to a purification system installed with money contributed by the FRONTERA Rotary Club here 
Rotarians from San Luis, Ariz., joined Rotary clubs in San Luis Rio Colorado, Son., recently in  delivering the water purification system to the CBTIS 33 school in the Mexican border city.
“Every year we are doing at least one international project, and most of the time we join with other clubs doing them in other parts of the world,” said Marcos Ramirez, secretary of the FRONTERA club. “What better way is there than participating in a project like this one, where we can see the results and where we can benefit a nearby community.” 
The San Luis, Ariz., club gathered $1,000 from among its 15 members as a donation for the purification system that cost nearly $2,300. The remaining funds came from the San Luis Rio Colorado clubs and from the school itself.
Ramirez said the system will be able to purify 800 gallons of water daily for consumption by students and staff of the school.
“With this we are helping them to have good quality water at a lower cost, because my understanding is that parents had to contribute (money) to have purified water,” Ramirez said.
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RLI Registraion Now OPEN for January Course
January 26, 2019 at Viscount Suite Hotel in Tucson, AZ
Session 1, 2 and 3 available

The Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) is a training program established to improve the Rotary knowledge and ldeadership skills of the future leaders of Rotary Clubs. RLS is a great place to start for a new Rotarian looking to find their niche in the world of Rotary

For more information and to register for RLI, please (Click Here)


Plant a Tree, Save the World
April 2018
As part of Rotary International's President Ian Riseley challenge to all Rotary Clubs in the world. San Luis Rotary Club has joined the effort to save the world. Members got together on Thursday, April 24, 2018 to Plant trees at the Rotary Park.

With assistance from City of San Luis Park and Recreations and Utility workers, the trees were all planted. San Luis Rotary will continue adding more trees to the park as well as doing some repair work on the playground area.