Meeting Information

 La Grande Rotary focuses much of its work to support the youth of the region and beyond: The Daddy-Daughter Dance, La Grande High School Student-Athlete Scholarships, the Family Literacy Program, and the Young Women’s High School Scholarship Program in El Salvador.

La Grande Rotary Club meets every Tuesday at noon at the La Grande Transit Center. 2204 E. Penn Ave, La Grande, OR 97850 Lunch ($5) is provided.  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 La Grande Rotary at a Glance


You are always welcome at La Grande Rotary!


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?
Our Mission and Vision
A Legacy of Service
2017-18 Goals and Objectives
Rotarian Magazine

Upcoming Events



February 28 DDD Preparation

March 4 Daddy Daughter Dance, Central Elementary School

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

If you have questions, please contact our club via email 

If you missed a meeting, check here.


Fellowship Out-takes

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




Daddy Daughter Dance

Thanks our great sponsors for making this possible.

Daddy Daughter Dance 2023

The eighth annual and “original” Daddy-Daughter Dance event is scheduled for March 4. Proceeds from this La Grande Rotary gala sponsors local scholarships, literacy programs, exchanges, community service projects, and other work aimed at serving the youth of this community. All information and ticket purchase can be found at:

La Grande Rotary at Halloween Downtown!

Downtown La Grande was swarming with animals, hobbits, wizards, and cartoon characters on Monday. It was Halloween, after all, and children were costumed and in pursuit of candy. Although La Grande Rotary and Mountain Valleys Reading Council had candy at their booth, they also had different treats to hand out: Children’s books and a READ TOGETHER! Bookmark. The bookmark had printed QR codes that link to videos that model how adults can read with children from infants through preschool age. Featured above is Connie Slater showing a parent how to access the two-minute videos that encourage reading in the home.  As an example of the videos, see: