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Message from Club President Jim Burger

I am looking forward to leading The Rotary Club of Bonita Springs, as we will be celebrating our 45th anniversary later this year.  It is truly humbling to think about the positive impact that this club has had over the past 45 years. Not only has the community benefited but each member of the club has developed life-long friendships as well.

This coming Rotary year will be exciting, with a focus on continuing to build a vibrant club through fellowship, service, and community.  The Rotary theme for the year is to Create Hope in The World.  We will support this vision by first focusing on our local community as we continue to build back from the effects of Hurricane Ian.  There are still many people suffering: They need ongoing assistance from the community and from our club.  We will continue to financially support the community through our major fundraising efforts including: the Annual Christmas Tree and Poinsettia Sale, The Annual Boat Show and Nautical Market, EZ Cash Tickets and Reverse Raffle.

We will continue our hard work to support many efforts to improve the lives of those in our local community, as we have done in the past. Feeding the Needy by supporting Meals of Hope, Café of Life and FK Inc. Supporting the Youth of the Community by working with the YMCA, The Wonder Gardens, Literacy programs for school children and providing our high school students with scholarships.  Other Community Efforts Supported such as Wounded Warriors of Collier County, Ft Myers Beach Strong and the Bonita Springs Assistance Office.  Our club has also supported International Efforts through the Gift of Life and the Wheelchair Foundation.

One of the key elements of this year’s Create Hope in the World theme is to Focus on Mental Health. Not only are we continuing to feel the effects from Covid, we are also battling the ongoing impact Hurricane Ian had on people’s lives and support systems.  We will explore, through Rotary initiatives that are being put into place, how we can offer connections to mental health services to create a more resilient and healthy community.

The 4-Way Test

  1. Is it the TRUTH?
  2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
  4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?


Upcoming Programs

June 20 | Shy Wolf Sanctuary
June 27 | Rich Jones of 4 Kids SWFL
July 4 | No Meeting. We will be working the Star Spangled Bonita event.
July 11 | Coffee with a Copy, Lt. Frank Pisano, LCSO Community Response Unit

Engaging and empowering our Rotary Club members to improve and support local, national, and international communities through service, fellowship and friendship.

Rotary Club of Bonita Springs volunteers at Bonita Springs Elementary School

Why Join the Rotary Club of Bonita Springs?

Service. Fellowship. Friendship.


Donna Marcotte logo - Bonita Springs Rotary sponsor
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Brennan, Manna & Diamond, P.L.
Donna M. Flammang, Esq.

Diane and Doug Ewing

Henderson Franklin Starnes & Holt, P.A.
John Spear and Don Thomson

Robert J. Landy, PhD, NCC, LMHC
Center for Counseling and Diagnostics, Inc.

David Langendorfer

Dr. Steve & Connie McIntosh

Rosier Insurance
Bob Rosier & Alicia Rosier Stevens

Sunshine Ace Hardware
Vince Waterhouse

Wintrust Banking Center
Alex Cortez



Jim Horein, 6/20

Rotarian of the Month

April – Donna Marcotte
March – Dr. Robert Landy
February – Rex Sims
January – Mike Poff
December – Larry Vars
November – Eileen Tasso
October – Julie Pedretti
September – Alan & Marjo White
August – Angela Swanepoel
July – Rex Sims


Get your tickets for the 5th Annual EZCA$H drawings here.


  • $100 – Rick B
  • $250 – Claudie D
  • $500 – Gordon C

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The Rotary Club of Bonita Springs
Chartered November 3, 1978
P.O. Box 474
Bonita Springs, Florida 34133-0474


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Thursday morning at 7:30 – 8:30am, Breakfast at 7:00
Spring Run Golf Club
9501 Spring Run Boulevard
Estero, Fl 34135

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