Tom "Quitproof" Jones
Tom shared his remarkable journey from youth to world champion and beyond. His ability to overcome the challenges in life is remarkable.
Tom is a world-record holder and has an impressive history of completing extreme physical challenges, including running from Huntington Beach, California, to New York City at a marathon pace for 121 consecutive days, setting the first-ever Stand Up Paddleboard long distance world record by paddleboarding 1,250 miles from Oregon to Mexico in 93 days, and became a seven-time Muay Thai Champion.
Tom has distilled his proven formulas to developed endurance mindset programs for people from all walks of life who seek to perform beyond their dreams, while also showing them how to live better.
Tom is a man on a mission with a determination that places him in a class all to himself, he is Quitproof. He pushes himself daily to become a better person and athlete, engaging in a daily regimen in sports that are relevant in today’s trends, Surfing, Martial Arts, Running, Cycling, Stand Up Paddleboarding, and now Hydro-Foiling.
For more on Tom, please see his website
Ron Kotloff & Carol Hart Recognized
Our Foundation Chair, Joe Partise recognized both Ron Kartloff and Carol Hart with Paul Harris Follow pins. The Paul Harris Fellow recognition is a great honor for Club members and shows their commitment to the Rotary International Foundation and the ca
The Paul Harris Fellow recognition acknowledges individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation.
Rotary established the recognition in 1957 to encourage and show appreciation for substantial contributions to what was then the Foundation’s only program, Rotary Foundation Fellowships for Advanced Study, the precursor to Ambassadorial Scholarships.