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Welcome to our Club! We invite you to visit us to learn more about the Rotary Club of Coolidge! Please contact Sue Bacon at 520-518-5060 for more information!

Coolidge

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:00 AM
Tag's Cafe
156 N Arizona Blvd
Coolidge, AZ  85128
United States
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Coolidge Rotary Club Established February 4th, 1937 

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 511
Coolidge, AZ 85128

 
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The Rotary Club of Coolidge is accepting applications for the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards!
The Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is an intensive 4-day workshop for youth ages 14 to 17 in grades 9-11. These young adults are chosen for their leadership potential to attend an all-expense paid training program designed to build, strengthen, and exercise leadership skills used in all aspects of business, community, school and life. RYLA includes recreational and cultural activities, which emphasize individual and team development.
 
What, When, Where and How of RYLA
What:    4-day Youth Leadership Workshop
When:  January 12-15, 2018
Where: Chapel Rock in Prescott, AZ
How:     All expenses paid by Coolidge Rotary Club
Are you interested in building your leadership skills?  If you meet the criteria below please apply to be the Coolidge Rotary Club delegate to RYLA.  All expenses for the leadership workshop are paid by the Coolidge Rotary Club if you are selected as a delegate.
 
 
 
 
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