Rotary Club of Oro Valley

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General Information at 4/8/17
  • Rotary International is the largest service organization in the world with about 1.2 million members in 34,000 clubs in about 200 countries
  • Its motto is “Service Above Self”
  • Founded in 1992, the Oro Valley Rotary Club currently has about 35 members. It offers 2 different meeting times and locations to meet differing needs:
    • The breakfast club meets at the Oro Valley Country Club every Thursday morning at 6:45 AM. Meetings are usually over by 8 AM.
    • The evening club meets on the 2nd & 4th Mondays at the Oro Valley Aquatic Center at 6 PM. These meetings usually last about 1 hour.
    • Even though 2 meeting times & places exist, the club operates as a whole in raising money and participating in projects.
    • The dues structure depends on your choice of membership.  The breakfast clubs costs $250/ quarter if you choose the full breakfast option or $125/quarter if you choose the “coffee only” option. The evening club costs $67/quarter and no food or beverage is provided.
  • Club meetings most often include interesting speakers and are designed to be both enlightening and fun. They also provide an excellent opportunity for networking with community leaders
  • Our major fund raising event of the year is called “A Taste of Oro Valley”.  It features many local restaurants, wineries, breweries, live music and a silent auction.  Profits made from this event fund the service projects the club does throughout the year.
  • Examples of some of our local projects include supporting Project Graduation; providing 4 scholarships to graduating high schoolers who plan to attend a community college; sending 4 high schoolers to a Rotary leadership camp; sponsoring a Rotoract Club at a local high school; supporting an Odyssey of the Mind team; painting houses for Habitat for Humanity; assisting a local food bank; providing dictionaries to local 3rd graders & cleaning two sections of highway. Examples of international projects include supporting a high school science lab in Mozambique; providing emergency shelters to areas hit by natural disasters; supporting the microcredit program in Sonora, Mexico; supporting a literacy project in Guatemala and hosting foreign exchange students.
  • As a 501(c) 3 and 4 organization, Oro Valley Rotary’s mission is to:  We are a networking club that Enhances health, improves education, and reduces poverty in our community and around the world.

Oro Valley Rotary Club

300 W Greenock Dr
Oro Valley, AZ 85737-8777

Meeting Thursdays at 6:45am