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.


La Grande Rotary Club 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

 

Here is the schedule for this month’s meetings.

July 16th Vugs, Duds and Thugs:  Thundereggs.   Micael Jaeger and Craig Nightingale

July 23rd     Michelle Long  New President presentation

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

In Memorium

Michael Moeller

Rotary lost a friend and servant to the club on June 22. He was a faithful secretary to the club carefully tracking attendance, club records, updating the district database, keeping track of board meeting minutes, prodding the president about elections and officers, and otherwise keeping the club on track. All of this he did cheerfully.  He was a quiet man with a big heart to serve–A Rotarian and a friend who will be missed dearly.

New Rotary Year

Outgoing La Grande Rotary president 2018-19 and incoming president Michelle Long 2019-20 pictured. Joel awards Michelle with the Paul Harris fellow representing her excellent work with the exchange program for the past two years.  In his remarks to close the Rotary year June 30, 2019, Joel recalled the many important projects that Rotarians have given effort to:  the Special Olympics summer picnic, the Dictionary Project, the two evening Daddy-Daughter Dance, the massive Community Clean-up, scholarships, and youth exchanges. Michelle pledged to continue the good work and to pursue the high school and college Rotary affiliates of Interact and Rotaract Clubs.

Community Clean-Up Day

“On Saturday, May 4th the La Grande Rotary Club is hosting our semi-annual Community Clean-Up Day. From 9:00am to 2:00pm, bring any non-hazardous trash, recyclables, or scrap metal to one of three locations for disposal. We’ll have dumpsters at Les Schwab Tire Center, and the corner of Ash Street and V Avenue in La Grande, and we’ll also have dumpsters at Fred Beeman Park in Island City. In addition to trash, recyclables, and scrap metal, the Les Schwab location will be accepting car and small pickup tires at a charge of $2 per tire, or $3 per mounted tire. Truck and tractor tires not accepted. Vehicle batteries will also be accepted. The La Grande Rotary Club is a local organization committed to community service and engagement, and we have many partners for this project who share in that commitment. We are accepting cash and check donations at each location. We hope to see you at one of our 3 locations on Saturday May 4th, between 9:00am and 2:00pm.