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The Jackson Hole Rotary Supper Club meets on Tuesday evenings from 5:30 to 7:15 pm at the historic Wort Hotel. 

Known as the "Fun Club" and founded on the 100th anniversary of Rotary International, our club puts a high premium of fellowship and social activities while offering our members many opportunities to serve locally and on district, national, and international projects.  We are a small club of approximately 40 members, but we are very active and welcome new members.  Some of the many projects we have supported or sponsored over the years include helping restore the elk antler arches on the Jackson town square, the 3rd grade Dictionary Project which provides dictionaries to all third graders in the county, Raising Readers and a Rotary Reading Corner in the new Children's Museum, a "Four Way Test" essay contest for middle and high school students, helping local high school Interact Club members travel to Cambodia and Nepal to build water wells and a children's library, supporting the local Trailblazer Foundation's work to provide drinking wells to rural communities in Cambodia, sending Shelter Boxes to disaster areas across the globe, and many others.  The club raises funds at our annual Fall Arts Festival Wine Tasting and Auction, and also through Texas Hold'em tournaments, and considers grant and other funding requests through a separate 501(c)3 Charitable Association. 

If you are interested in becoming a member or learning more about our club, please contact any of our members.