The Community Clubs are one of the great assets of Rolling Hills and their events are a great resource to the community. Club events bring neighbors together through shared interests and a motivation to give back to the community. They are a great way for new residents to participate and meet their new neighbors and an opportunity for old friends to stay connected.
Caballeros began as a family organization made up of residents who shared an interest in horses and an enthusiasm for riding. When the group was formed in 1951, its members took on the formidable task of building a network of bridle trails throughout the community. Leading members behind this were Jesse Powers, the first president of Caballeros and Roland Swaffield, the first Trails chairman.
Today, horseback riders and non-riders alike belong to Caballeros, sharing the fun-loving camaraderie while supporting and maintaining the trails. The club hosts several social events throughout the year including an annual pancake breakfast, monthly red-carpet luncheons, and trail rides. Many of these events are open to all residents.
Caballeros memberships are for the whole family. Membership includes regular newsletters and the calendars of Caballeros organized events, a directory of members and an opportunity to join the many riding, hiking, and social activities planned by the group.
Caballeros Board meetings are held at 7:00 PM on the third Wednesday of each month. For more information, visit our website at www.caballerosofrollinghills.org
Tennis and Social Club
The Rolling Hills Tennis Club got its start in May 1961 as a committee to establish a set of rules for use of the only community tennis court. The Committee became a club in 1973 and was an instant success with 175 members by 1975. Since then it has promoted the sport and worked with both the City and the Association to maintain and improve the community tennis facilities.
From its inception, the Tennis Club has been an opportunity for new and old residents to meet and become friends in a relaxed and recreational setting. Members have the opportunity to participate in Club-organized tournaments, monthly socials, an annual exhibition match, holiday party, and a weekend getaway. In 2014, the Tennis Club opened it's membership to all Rolling Hills residents and changed its name to the Rolling Hills Tennis and Social Club. Visit www.rollinghillstennisclub.org for more information.
Women's Community Club of Rolling Hills
The purpose of the Women's Community Club of Rolling Hills is to foster a spirit of community among residents and to promote city beautification. The Women's Club holds monthly meetings to plan community activities and is a great opportunity for residents to meet, socialize, and work together for the good of the community.
The Women's Club hosts a number of events throughout the year, including the Children's Easter and Holiday Parties, Spring Tea, Dog, and Cat Vaccination Clinic, an annual fundraiser, staff appreciation luncheon, officer installation luncheon, neighborhood meetings, and field trips.
The Women's Club Board meets at 10:00 AM on the first Thursday of each month at a private residence. All women who live in the community may join. Please contact the RHCA office or a member of the club if you would like to attend a meeting.