Who We Are
     The Rotary Club of Bellingham Names Max Higbee Center as
       the 2020-2021 Major Project Grant Recipient  (10/23/2020)  


The Rotary Club of Bellingham has provided
$100,000 to the Opportunity Council for creation
of the Recovery House  (6/24/2020) (Read More)


             The Rotary Clubs of Whatcom County Donate to Help Local
Children Struggling with Hunger  (4/29/2020)

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RCOB Major Projects -
100 Years of Giving
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This Week's Tattler Newsletter Summary
* Program: Dr. Bill Lombard- The Mt. Baker Foundation: One in Three of Us is at Risk for Chronic Kidney Disease…are You the One?
* Other Highlights:  Book Review by John Harris:  “Saving Freedom” by Joe Scarborough (published in 2020) 
Scroll down below to the January 25, 2021 Tattler. 
Upcoming Events
Rud Browne
Feb 01, 2021
ID's for the Homeless
Reece Carpenter - President
Feb 08, 2021
Bellingham Rotaract Club
Holiday - President's Day
Feb 15, 2021
Holiday - President's Day
Student Recognition Program: Humanities & Theater
Feb 22, 2021
Student Recognition Program: Humanities & Theater
Welcome to the Rotary Club of Bellingham!
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Mondays at 12:15 PM
2200 Vining St.
Bellingham, WA 98229
United States of America
We are meeting thru Zoom weekly until further notice.
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