Meeting Information

The largest committee, Youth Services, hears reports on DDD, DFY, D’s for 3’s, and other youth-focused work of the club.


We are temporarily not meeting as a group due to COVID 19 restrictions. La Grande Rotary Club normally meets every Tuesday at noon at the La Grande Transit Center. 2204 E. Penn Ave, La Grande, OR 97850   A map can be found here.

A quick summary of who we are and what we do can be found on this one-page information sheet:Rotary Information


You are always welcome at La Grande Rotary!
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ROTARY FOUR-WAY TEST

Of the things we think, say or do:
1. Is it the Truth?
2. Is it Fair to all concerned?
3. Will it build Goodwill and Better Friendships?
4. Will it be Beneficial to all concerned?
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Our Mission and Vision
 
A Legacy of Service
 
2017-18 Goals and Objectives
 
Rotarian Magazine:  http://therotarianmagazine.com
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TRAVELS WITH MAYNARD AND FRIENDS
 
 

Upcoming Events

MEETINGS WILL BE VARIABLE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Please watch your email for upcoming events.

October 27. Riveria Activity Center


Presenters can check here for instructions for audio-visual equipment.

If you have questions, please contact our club via email 

Submit bulletin updates to Debra Beck at debrabeck@umpquabank.com

For the perpetual calendar, click here>> La Grande Rotary Annual Calendar 2017 2018 (2)

If you missed a meeting, check here.

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Fellowship Out-takes

PROGRAMS  See the following quick links to learn more about La Grande Rotary.

CLUB HONORS

 

Updates

Rotary Stocks Food Bank

La Grande Rotary received emergency COVID grant funds from Rotary District 5100 to help families with food needs in Union County.  These funds purchased 1200 pounds of fresh vegetables and fruit from our Saturday Market that were distributed last Saturday to the Food Bank. Michelle Long, past president of La Grande Rotary, wrote the grant, purchased, and delivered the food.  Now that is Rotary in Action!

Michelle and Jessy Watson’s dad, Larry.

This Week at Rotary

Mike Billman spoke to Rotarians gathered at Pioneer Park Pavilion this week. A backdrop of trees was an appropriate setting for a talk on Oregon Forestry. Billman’s thirty years experience in leading both private and State efforts to manage forests has thrust him in a pivotal position of urging the use of collaboration as a method for managing healthy forests.  By developing working relationships with teams of foresters, timber owners and mills, and environmentalists, Billman has found that collaborative resolutions can avoid litigation and acrimony and achieve the aims of having a healthy forest.

 

Hot dogs, hamburgers, pickle juice, mayonnaise, and sticky sodas made grimy surfaces on Pioneer Park picnic benches this summer. Craig Nightingale, pictured, scrubs down at the Rotary Pavilion in Pioneer Park, Tuesday.  Thanks to service-oriented Rotarians, it is time to have another picnic!