Club Officers
President
President Elect
Secretary
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Membership
Board Member - Youth Service
Board Member - Public Relations
Board Member - International & R. I. Foundation
Immediate Past President
Board Member - Events
Giving to the Foundation. ―Some think that there is competition in Rotary between supporting local projects and giving to The Rotary Foundation. In fact, the more we emphasize what Rotary does for people through The Rotary Foundation, the more it increases our overall spirit of giving. When a club emphasizes giving to The Rotary Foundation, most often the club will discover increases in giving to local scholarship foundations, contributions to local community service, and greater participation in local hands-on projects because a club that gets into the habit of giving will give more to all causes. — Rotarian Ronn Kerr
The Salida Rotary club invites graduating Salida High School/Horizon's seniors planning
to attend an accredited college/university/vocational/technical school no later than the fall
of 2020 to apply for this year's scholarships. The Club will award Ten(10) $1,000 scholarships,
plus two(2) $2000, and process the 2020 "Colorado Grand" one time scholarship of $8,500
Together, we see the world where people unite and
take action to create lasting change - across the globe,
in our communities, and in ourselves.
 
 
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