Rotary In Action

The Rotary Club of Greater Chino Hills adopted a one-mile stretch of road on Grand Avenue between Founders Drive and Monteverde Drive as a community service project. Once a month, Rotarians in partnership with boy scouts from Chino Hills Troop #1776 walk along Grand Avenue picking up litter and trash and surveying the area for signs of graffiti and damage.
Rotarians Ted Alvarez, Rick Jiao and Shane Jarabelo and Scouts/Scouters from Troop #1776 participated in the monthly road clean-up on Saturday, September 7, 2019.
According to Rotary International, "Rotary In Action showcases all of the many ways that clubs connect with the local communities, providing opportunities to partner and join in on very worthwhile causes".

Interact in Action


Ayala High School Interact Club members participated in the Roadside Adoption Project of their Interact Club's sponsor, the Rotary Club of Greater Chino Hills. On Saturday morning, September 21, 2019, Interactors picked up trash and litter and checked for damage along the mile of Grand Avenue that the Rotary Club adopted for clean-up.

2017 Paul Harris Fellows

Ted Alvarez
Dolly Dalusong
Tita De Guzman
Rick Jiao
Tessie Lightholder
Ginny Mondonedo (not in photo)
Rose Hwang (not in photo)
These club members received their Paul Harris certificates from Rotary District 5300 Governor Raghada Khoury and Assistant Governor Jeanne Batista during the District Governor's visit to the club on Wednesday, November 18, 2017.
The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of US $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.

District Governor's Visit


Rotary International District 5300 Governor Luanne Arredondo visited the Rotary Club during its Wednesday meeting on September 25, 2019. 
The Club's Board of Directors presented the State of the Club Report to the District Governor. DG Luanne Arredondo thanked the Club members for the warm welcome and the Rotarians' wives for their involvement in the Club with dinner meal preparation. She was impressed by the presentation and delivery of the Club Report by the members of the Board of Directors and touched by the Rotarians' enthusiasm for the club and the service to the community.

Installation of New Officers for RY 2019 - 2020


The Rotary Club of Greater Chino Hills held its Installation of Officers for the new Rotary Year 2019 - 2020 on Wednesday, August 28, at the McCoy Residence, Chino Hills. This event marked the handing over of the reigns of club leadership to the new president and his team. Rotarians, family members and guests joined in the ceremony and dinner.
Past District 5300 Governor and current Chairman of the Board of Directors for District 5300 Luciano de Sylva administered the oath of office to new President Shane Jarabelo.
Past District Governor Luciani de Sylva and Assistant Governor Emma Hilario administered the oath of office to the incoming set of officers and directors Tita de Guzman, Tara Villavicencio, Tessie Lightholder, Ted Alvarez, Rick Jiao, Randy Tan and Shane Jarabelo.
Special club guests were Past District Governor Luciano de Sylva and Assistant Governor Emma Hilario.
Club President Elect Randy Tan brought his wife Judy and family.

Debunking of Past President

Rotarians paid tribute to the outgoing Club President Ted Alvarez. He thanked the members for their support throughout the year.




Dinner Guests


A delicious dinner was enjoyed by Rotarians, family and friends at the Installation and Debunking Dinner on August 28.


Soren Jarabelo, son of Incoming President Shane Jarabelo, sang during the ceremony.
Rotarians invited fellow Rotarians from other clubs, family members and friends.