Welcome to the Liberty Lake Centennial Rotary Club

Liberty Lake Rotary Club

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Liberty Lake Sewer & Water District Building
22510 E. Mission Ave

Liberty Lake, WA  99019
United States
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Welcome to the Liberty Lake

Centennial Rotary Club

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"Service Above Self"
 
 
 
 
 
Whats Happening at Rotary
The last meeting for the Rotary year means new leadership.  Thank you Jeff Grimes and his board for the last 2 years of service as President of Liberty Lake Rotary.  Today, Jeff passed the gavel to our next president, Mandy Desgrosellier and her President Elect Emily Osborne.  We look forward to your leadership for the 2018/2019 Rotary year!  
 
    
 

The Paul Harris Fellow program recognizes individuals who contribute, or who have contributions made in their name, of $1,000 to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.  The honor was established in 1957 to show appreciation for contributions that support our Annual Fund, PolioPlus, or an approved Foundation grant.  Liberty Lake Rotary would like to congratulate the newest Paul Harris Fellows from our club who were recognized today.  

 

 

 
The City of Liberty Lake hosted the start of the Final Leg torch run for the 2018 Special Olympics in Seattle.  Liberty Lake Rotarian police Chief Brian Asmus kicked off the fantastic event as runners gathered to carry the torch across Washington State to the opening ceremonies of the Special Olympics.  Liberty Lake Centennial Rotary Club is a proud supporter of the Special Olympics and wants to congratulate all the athletes competing and wish them the best of luck!
 
 
Liberty Lake Rotary is Making a Difference!  What can you do to get involved? 

Rotary International has issued a global challenge to its members, asking them to collectively work to improve access to clean water, sanitation, and to provide hygiene education throughout the world.  This is called the W.A.S.H. program.  Through partnerships, Rotary invests in the infrastructure of communities and provides training that yield long-term changes.  Rotary believes that clean water, sanitation and hygiene education are basic necessities for a healthy environment and productive life.

 
Click Here to read an article about our 2019 International Water Project.
 
 
Liberty Lake Rotary raised nearly $1000 at the annual Christmas Auction lunch meeting.  All money raised today will be donated to the Christian Motorcycle Club for their efforts in buying gifts and putting on a special Christmas party for children whose parents are incarcerated.  Thank you so much to "Chief" Santa and his elf for emceeing, those who helped organize the event and for all the donations.  A special thanks to the CorkHouse restaurant for hosting the event.
        
 
 
 
 
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