Porterville Exchange Club


The Porterville Exchange Club

was established in 1959 with a few charter members still active to this day including the first President of the club Mr. Ted Ensslin. The Club meets at noon on Thursdays inside La Fuente's, 29 N. Main Street.
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Upcoming Events


10-17-15
Treasure Trove Dinner
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02-09-16
World AG Expo in Tulare
03-03-16
Public Safety Recognition Dinner
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Did you know?

Each Year.....


An estimated 3.5 million children are reported as being abused or neglected, with several thousand dying as a result. Child abuse is a tragedy that comes in a variety of forms: physical, emotional, sexual, and neglect. Often, there aren't any warning signs, and the hurt is on the inside. Exchange is known to millions as "America's Service Club," and with good reason. From our organization's earliest days, Exchange Clubs have been unselfishly serving their community and improving the quality of life. The diverse array of Exchange sponsored programs and projects have made a considerable impact on America, enhancing the lives of countless men, women and children across the nation.

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Help us build a better America....


And in so doing, bring out the best in yourself. Exchange helps members to develop leadership, networking, and organizational skills that contribute to success in business, family and personal endeavors. More important, Exchange provides members with the opportunity to share their time and talents to help others whether by reaching out to an abused child who needs love and affection... helping to organize a community crime prevention program... or weeding rakes in a clean-up project. Through these and many other positive, public-spired projects, Exchangites are making a real difference in cities and towns across America.

Exchange sponsors activities designed to benefit, award and develop our nation’s youth, promote crime prevention, serve senior citizens and recognize military and public safety service providers. Exchange also promotes Americanism programs, and its national project is the prevention of child abuse.
We Proudly Support
Four Pillars:
Americanism
Youth
Community Service
Prevention of Child Abuse