Sierra Vista West Rotary Club

We are part of Rotary International, a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders providing humanitarian service, encouraging high ethical standards in all vocations and promoting good will and peace throughout the world.

The Sierra Vista West Rotary Club is part of Rotary International, a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders providing humanitarian service, encouraging high ethical standards in all vocations and promoting good will and peace throughout the world.

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Rotary’s World Polio Day program looks toward polio eradication’s endgame 10/27/2021

Rotary’s World Polio Day program looks toward polio eradication’s endgame

Rotary’s World Polio Day program looks toward polio eradication’s endgame Rotary’s goal of ridding the world of polio is within reach, global health experts said during the 2021 World Polio Day Online Global Update on 24 October. The 30-minute program, “Delivering on our Promise of a Polio-Free World,” provided encouraging information about the progress and remainin...

Photos from Rotary Learning Center's post 10/26/2021

Photos from Rotary Learning Center's post


Need to update your club logo? Check out the Our Logo: Representing Rotary course (My Rotary log in required).


On October 21, 2021, Public Safety Disptcher, Rebecca Colby, received recognition from the Rotary Club of Sierra Vista West for providing life-saving instructions to a caller in July 2021. 🤩


World Polio Day. October 24, 2021.


Rotarians gave more than $139 million to the Annual Fund. The Foundation awarded more than 2,000 global grants. Thank you, Rotarians and friends for “doing good in the world.”


It’s that time of the year…October!


World Polio Day is 6 Days away!


End Polio NOW!


Healthy small shops and businesses make the community more vibrant and more stable. Make them thrive by shopping and supporting local small shops and businesses.

Timeline Photos 10/17/2021

Timeline Photos

Aidan O’Leary, the polio eradication director for World Health Organization (WHO) believes now is the time to interrupt transition of the wild poliovirus. O’Leary spoke with Rotary about the Global Polio Eradication Initiative’s new strategy to stop the spread of polio in the two remaining endemic countries: Afghanistan and Pakistan. He also discussed how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected eradication efforts.

To read the full interview, visit:


Don't forget, October 24th is World Polio Day. Countdown to World Polio Day: 9 days.


We inspire, empower, and transform people. Yes, we do!


Did you miss the webinar series on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion?
- Building a Welcoming Community for People with Disabilities
- Building Strong Intergenerational Relationships
- Design an Inclusive Plan for Your Organization
- Exploring the Black Experience in Rotary
- The Power of Connection with Diverse Communities

Check out the recordings on Rotary's Learning Center in the Professional Development catalog (sign into My Rotary required):

Thanks to Lee Ann M. Searight for organizing this series.


October 24th is World Polio Day. Let's usher polio out of this world.


Our latest area of focus: Supporting the Environment. One way is by cleaning our rivers, oceans, and waterways.


October 10th is World Mental Health Day. Mental health care for all: let's make it a reality. #mentalhealthday2021


“Set your target and keep trying until you reach it” - Napoleon Hill


Learn how Rotary’s Action Plan can help your club increase its impact, expand its reach, better engage its members, and keep adapting to a changing world. Our research shows that clubs that develop and follow a strategic plan are stronger than clubs that don’t. Their members are more satisfied and view their clubs and Rotary more positively.

Take the course Rotary’s Action Plan and You to learn more (My Rotary log in required).


It takes Action and Integrity to be a Rotarian. We are People of Action!


Ending Polio: Rotary members have played a key role in bringing the world to the brink of polio eradication Their efforts have not only ended polio in 122 countries but also created a system for tackling myriad other health priorities, such as Ebola. If you are interested in helping to you can do so by donating here:


October 5th is World Teachers’ Day. The day honors teachers all around the world for their important role in their countries' economic development by providing education that enhances people's quality of life. Thank you, teachers!


Here's Rotary's Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion statement. For more information about DEI, go to


A strong economy means a stable community. We need to support all small shops and businesses as they are the backbone of the community.

Timeline Photos 09/28/2021

Timeline Photos

Rotary has been an official partner of the Peace Corps since 2014. Join us in wishing our amazing partner a very happy 60th anniversary!

Since its creation in 1961, the Peace Corps has always kept the same goals in mind: providing training for men and women in interested host countries; helping people in those countries to better understand Americans; and helping Americans to better understand other people.

If you’d like to learn more, visit:


October is Community Economic Development Month. Support small businesses and shops. A healthy economy means a stable community.


September 26th is World Rivers Day. The fourth Sunday in September is a chance to celebrate our rivers and waterways that bring life to our world.


There are Five Avenues of Service in Rotary. Any way is the right way.


FLIDS - Core Values of Rotary International

Rotary’s 5 Core values which represent the guiding principles of our organisation’s culture, including what guides members’ priorities and actions within the organisation.

Values are an increasingly important component in strategic planning because they drive the intent and direction of the organisation’s leadership.

Our Values are what our community see in a Rotarian!

F- Fellowship is about making new friends in Rotary and having fun.
We believe that grouped efforts combine to benefit all of humanity. Strength in numbers provides more access to resources and expands our overall perspective of the world. The power of combined efforts knows no limitation, multiplies resources, and broadens our lives and perspectives.
Fellowship generates greater tolerance of others and transcends all boundaries, including those of race, gender, and nationality.

L- Leadership - to discover your potential to give guidance and direction and discovering your own leadership’s skills.
We are a community of leaders. We believe in the development and nurturing of current and future leaders in our community. As a global fellowship, we hold leadership qualities in the highest regard amongst Rotarians, as we strive to implement our core values throughout the world.

I - Integrity the guiding principles of the Four-way Test: of the things we think, say or do: is it the Truth, is it Fair to all concerned, will it build Goodwill, and better
Friendship, and will it be Beneficial to all concerned.
Accountability, honesty, and ethics are the backbone of our organization and something we expect from each of our leaders and members. We encourage all members to adhere to the highest standards in both professional and personal relationships with others. Fairness and respect are grounded in The Four-Way Test and we must conscientiously steward the resources entrusted to us.

D - Diversity is the variety of the members in Rotary that make the Club work.
We believe Rotary unifies all people internationally behind the ideal of service. We believe that, in the pursuit of service to others, we can accomplish international unity. Through the diversity of our members, our organization is able to broaden the scope of the activities, programs, and service we can provide. We encourage a diverse community within the individual clubs that are part of Rotary International.

S - Service - Five Avenues of Service are Club, Vocational, Community, International and Youth that we as members, fall into within the Club.

We believe that peace comes from understanding our world, and that peace is a bi-product of service activities and our programs. Service is one of the main elements of our mission and the initiatives we pursue within each of our individual clubs fuels the culture of service throughout our organization that provides unparalleled satisfaction for those who serve.

Timeline Photos 09/21/2021

Timeline Photos

Happy International Day of Peace!

This year, we’re observing #PeaceDay by highlighting projects that empower girls around the world.

Let’s continue to improve the health, well-being, education, and economic security of girls in our communities.

We can empower girls through projects that:

▫️ Support access to health care and nutrition
▫️ Ensure access to water, sanitation, and hygiene resources
▫️ Supply menstrual health and hygiene resources
▫️ Provide access to basic education, skills training, and technology
▫️ Prevent or raise awareness about child labor and child marriage
▫️ Offer opportunities for girls to elevate their voices and articulate their views, ideas, and opinions

We want to hear how you and your club are empowering girls in your community. Share your projects on Rotary Showcase and social using #EmpoweringGirls2021.

And visit for more ideas on how your club can support girl empowerment.


The Four Way Test:

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Today we delivered the backpacks and school supplies to Mary’s Mission girls facility. They welcomed us with a BBQ and a...
The boys performing a native drum song
The girls performing a native drum session.
A short video of Nancy M. Cassel who sponsored Denise Anderson as she was pinned and inducted into our club. Denise was ...
My Grandson dressed for the Haunted Union for Rotaract tonight. He made a tape for sound effect.
Westend Cleanup 2010


Our regular club meetings are on the first and third Thursdays of each month at 11:30 am at the Sierra Vista Chamber of Commerce, 21 E Wilcox Dr.




21 East Wilcox Drive
Sierra Vista, AZ

Opening Hours

11:30am - 12:30pm
Other Nonprofit Organizations in Sierra Vista (show all)
Sons of the American Legion Sq 52 AZ Sons of the American Legion Sq 52 AZ
Sierra Vista, 85635

Veterans support Organization. Membership open to male descendants of US Military personnel during recognized conflicts. Arizona Squadron 52 is based in Sierra Vista, AZ

The Huachucans of Sierra Vista The Huachucans of Sierra Vista
Sierra Vista, 85650

The Huachucans helping kids since 1985. The Huachucans in 2019 have raised and donated back to Kids Organizations in Cochise County over $60,000..

American Legion Post 52, Sierra Vista, AZ American Legion Post 52, Sierra Vista, AZ
12 Theater Dr
Sierra Vista, 85635

Veteran Organization

Cochise Composite Squadron 107 Cochise Composite Squadron 107
2100 Airport Ave
Sierra Vista, 85635

Cochise Composite Squadron 107 is a local Civil Air Patrol squadon for Sierra Vista, Hereford, Bisbee, Huachuca City, and Fort Huachuca. Civil Air Patrol is an auxiliary of the United States Air Force. To learn more visit our website.

Columbian Association of Sierra Vista Columbian Association of Sierra Vista
156 W. Kayetan Dr
Sierra Vista, 85635

The Columbian Hall is a venue for catered social events (receptions, parties, meetings, Quinceaneras) and Sunday and Wednesday Bingo sessions .

Go Team Therapy Dogs - Arizona Go Team Therapy Dogs - Arizona
Sierra Vista, 85635

Certified therapy dog teams that are dedicated to providing comfort and caring through a canine-human bond anywhere therapy/comfort dogs are needed.

Chiricahua Community Health Centers,Inc. Chiricahua Community Health Centers,Inc.
155 Calle Portal
Sierra Vista, 85635

CCHCI is a the largest group of primary care health and dental centers in Southeastern Arizona. We believe that all people deserve access to excellent healthcare. Services include Pediatrics, Adult Health, Dental, Pharmacy, Labs and Behavioral Health.

CVMA 32-4 Auxiliary PAGE CVMA 32-4 Auxiliary PAGE
1838 Paseo San Luis
Sierra Vista, 85650

Huachuca Mountian chapter helping our veteran community. Raising money for veterans in need and their kids graduating and going to college.

Sierra Vista Riding Club Sierra Vista Riding Club
Sierra Vista

Located on 27 acres of City Property, behind the Pedro Castro Government Maintenance center on Guilio Cesare (between SR90 and Charleston Road).

Warrant Officer Association Arizona Silver Chapter Warrant Officer Association Arizona Silver Chapter
P.O. Box 1203
Sierra Vista, 85636-1203

The Warrant Officer Association Arizona Silver Chapter is a non-profit organization focused on community service. Members volunteer their time helping the community and conduct fundraising events for scholarships and local charities or services.

Cochise County Youth Orchestra Cochise County Youth Orchestra
Sierra Vista, 85635

Strings Orchestra

Arizona Community Foundation of the Gila Valley Arizona Community Foundation of the Gila Valley
Arizona Community Foundation, Serving Southeast Arizona, 400 W Fry Blvd, Ste 6
Sierra Vista, 85635

The Arizona Community Foundation of the Gila Valley is an affiliate of the Arizona Community Foundation serving Graham and Greenlee counties.