Rotary Club of Twin Falls After Hours

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Twin Falls-After Hours

“Your community, Your world, Your future, our Commitment.”

We meet Tuesdays at 5:30 PM
Canyon Crest Dining Event Center
330 Canyon Crest Drive
Twin Falls, ID  83301
United States
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TWIN FALLS ROTARY AFTER HOURS
IS MOVING TO A NEW LOCATION
 
 
Due to the closure of River Rock Grill it was necessary to find a new location. Many thanks for all the great service and memories at River Rock Grill we will miss you dearly! Espcially you Kassie!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Twin Falls After HoursRotary is excited to present the 4th Annual Martini Tasting/Masquerade Ball Fundraiser, Saturday, February 19th, 2016, at the Turf Club, from 7:00-11:30 p.m. This annual event attracts large crowds and is one of the most fun fundraisers in Twin Falls.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
3RD ANNUAL MARTINI TASTING MASQUERADE BALL 
FEBRUARY 21, 2015 
7-11PM 
 
 
 
Join us this year for a Phantom of the Opera theme! Martinis, appetizers, live music by Jason Lugo and dancing through the night. All dressed in our best Phantom capes, masks and beautiful dresses! Proceeds go towards a new playground area for the children at the MV Women's Crisis Center.
Ticket $35 for singles $60 for couples
 
Tickets can be purchased at Kurt's Pharmacy & Poindexter's. 
 
 
 
 
 

DUE TO THE HOLIDAYS 

NO MEETINGS DECEMBER 23RD & 30TH.  

HAVE A WONDERFUL HOLIDAY SEASON WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS!

 

 
 
Polio, a virus that can paralyze people, still exists in 3 endemic countries but with your help we have a chance to end polio for good. Tell congress thank you for their support and that sustained funding is critical to #EndPolio forever. Write, call or email your elected officials, and help spread the word by sharing this video.
 

 

 

 
 

October 20th 2014

Twin Falls Mayor Don Hall made a Proclamation for World Polio Day.

Members from all 3 clubs attended the meeting to hear the announcement.

We are very proud to say that we are THIS close to ending Polio.

 
 
 

The Twin Falls Rotary Club After Hours would like to send a big THANK YOU out to all of you that attended our 1st ever Historical Cemetery Tour. We certainly had a lot of fun bringing you fun interesting history of our beautiful city and surrounding area. 
Because of you it was a huge success! We are very grateful for your support.

 

 

 
 

 

Tickets for the Historical Cemetery Tour can be purchased at Twin Falls Chamber of Commerce OR at the door. Look for our ticket booth in the Twin Cinema parking lot near Kimberly road. Tours begin at the the ticket booth area.
Parking available at Twin Cinema & Bowladrome. 
Adults $8 Children 8 and under $5
Tours every 15 mins beginning at 1pm. Last tours begin at 5:30.

 

 
 

ImageATTENTION ALL THESPIANS OR BUDDING THESPIANS!

Auditions for the HIstorical Cemetery Tour is Saturday Sept 13th at 10am at the
Twin Falls County Historical Museum 21337 Hwy 30 at Curry.

Any one interested in participating in this event is welcome to attend this meeting/audition.
Call Mychel Matthews for more details 208-420-8305

 

 
 

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Court Appointed Special Advocates Speaking At Our Meeting Tonight

Learn the Important Work CASA Does In The Magic Valley

 

 

 
 
 

 

YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
 FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN HELP YOUR LOCAL COMMUNITY AND MORE


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August 26th 5:15-6:30pm
River Rock Grill 


The Twin Falls Rotary Club After Hours is inviting YOU to learn more about Rotary.
Come meet the newest club in Twin Falls! Find out what we do in the community and how YOU can help.


 



 

 
 
 
5th Tuesday Social This Week!
July 29th 5:30
River Rock Grill
1824 Blue Lakes Blvd N.
Twin Falls, ID. 83301
 

 

 
 
 

ImageANNUAL (BIRTHDAY) PICNIC IN AUGUST! MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

August 9th at 6pm
Harmon Park Shelter

Infamous griller Chris Stevenson (of Food Network fame!  Really?! I swear!) will be grilling his famous Kansas City style ribs, hot dogs and polish. Please bring a side dish or condiments to pass. And Bring your own Beverage. (BYOB) NO GLASS CONTAINERS ALLOWED. 

This is a family friendly event so please bring the whole family. Please RSVP here: http://www.crsadmin.com/Gen/EventPlanner/EventClubRegistrationForm.aspx?aid=7854 Your RSVPs are greatly appreciated!

 

The park has tennis courts, skate park, baseball fields and swing sets so bring any game items. I will bring family games i.e. Croquet, ring toss, etc.  If anyone wants to bring other sports items please do. (tennis racquets, balls, pickle ball? baseball, gloves, bat)

See you all there,

Sandy

 

 
 
 

Join us for Installation of New Officers and Awards. 

July 1st, 2014 ~~ 5:30PM
River Rock Grill

 
 
 

You can now find Rotary Club of Twin Falls After Hours on Facebook!   Find information about our club, speakers, events and fund raisers.

Thank you Rotary member Pam Wright for setting that up for us! 

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rotary-Club-of-Twin-Falls-After-Hours/196578243687491 

 

 
 
 
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