Welcome to The Rotary Club of Playa Coronado!
El Club Rotario de Playa Coronado es un club bilingüe en el área de "Playas del Pacífico" de Panamá, fundado en junio de 2014. Somos un grupo de hombres y mujeres de diferentes nacionalidades que han hecho de Coronado su hogar. Estamos dedicados a implementar programas que ayuden a los necesitados en la comunidad local. Les damos la bienvenida a las personas, rotarios e invitados para que nos acompañen a almorzar los martes a las 12:00 PM en el restaurante Nazca 21 en Coronado y vean de qué se trata.
 
The Rotary Club of Playa Coronado is an English/Spanish speaking club in the "Pacific beaches" area of Panamá, chartered in June 2014. We are a group of men and women of different nationalities that have made Coronado their home. We are dedicated to implementing programs that help those in need in the local community. We welcome individuals, visiting Rotarians and guests to join us for lunch on Tuesdays at 12:00 PM at Nazca 21 restaurant in Coronado and see what we are all about.
100 Años de Rotary en Panamá
Los clubes Rotary en Panamá celebran sus 100 años.
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Coronavirus - COVID-19
Compartimos información: hechos, sin angustia
Sharing information: facts, not fear
Here are some of the projects the Rotary Club of Playa Coronado have done 2018 thru 2020, including the Covid-19 Emergency Response.
Thank you, members of RCPC and all the donors & volunteers!
Video with historical context on how broadly that disease, once affected societies — and how Rotary took the lead in changing that. It also give an update on our progress toward eradication and list actions we can take together to end polio for good.
 
RCPC Venue

Playa Coronado Rotary
We meet In Person & Online
Tuesdays at 4:00 PM
Used to be Nazca 21
The Village, Coronado
Upper Floor, above Don Lee
Coronado, Panama 1011
Panama
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A little bit about Rotary
Rotary: Is a global network of community volunteers! We are 1,2 million neighbors, friends and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in our communities and around the World. We provide humanitarian service and help build goodwill and peace. We are 32,000 Rotary Clubs in more than 200 countries addressing today’s challenges including illiteracy, disease, hunger, poverty and environmental concerns.
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