The Rotary Club of Grass Valley was officially admitted to membership in Rotary International by the Board of Directors of R. I. on March 16, 1925. The club was granted Charter No. 1938 and became an official member club in Rotary International.  In 1925 the population of Grass Valley was +/- 4,000. 
The unemployment rate in 1925 was 3.2%.  Other notable events in 1925 were Benito Mussolini declaring dictatorship in Italy, Nellie Tayloe Ross becomes the first woman governor in the U.S. (Wyoming), tornado struck Missouri, Illinois and Indiana killing 689 people, John T. Scopes arrested for teaching evolution, Calvin Coolidge was inaugurated and was the first president to have his address broadcast on radio, 
Also Al Capone took over the Chicago bootlegging racket and the Pittsburgh Pirates won the World Series.
Click on the following links for detailed history of the Rotary Club of Grass Valley.
Club History 1954 - 1984                             Club History 1985 - 2015