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
Why Rotary?

A brief introduction to Rotary across the world.

This Week's Tattler Newsletter Summary
* Program: Chuck Snyder "A Look at the Current American Justice System"
* Other Highlights: Additional Max Higbee Center participants comments
Scroll down below to the November  30, 2020 Tattler. 
Upcoming Events
Carl Perkins, GM Ferndale Refinery for Phillips 66
Dec 07, 2020
Phillips 66 Journey to Process and Environmental Excellence - Part 1
Patricia Boyce & Kristi Birkeland
Dec 14, 2020
"Who is ALICE in Whatcom County? Why do one in 3 households struggle to make ends meet?"
Special Holiday Program
Dec 21, 2020
Whatcom Symphony Holiday performance
Holiday - New Years Holiday
Dec 28, 2020
Holiday - New Years Holiday

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Bellingham!

We meet In Person
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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