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About Our Club

Welcome to the Bellevue Papillion Rotary Club

Bellevue Papillion

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
DJ's Dugout
10308 South 23rd Street
Bellevue, NE  68123
United States
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The Bellevue Papillion Rotary Club enjoyed supporting Bellevue in the Arrows to Aerospace Parade.  Join is on Mondays at noon at D.J.'s Dugout in Bellevue.  Look forwoard to meeting you!!!
 
 
Congratulations to the 2017 Bellevue Papillion Rotary Club Rod Schmidt Memorial Scholarship winners.  From left to right:  Sierra Roseby (Bryan High School), David Raja Ruzichka (Bellevue East High School), Thomas Ortner (Gross High School), and Brooke Riley (Bellevue West High School).  Bryar Bittner (Papillion LV High School) was unable to join us for the luncheon and is not pictured. 
A special thank you to the jazz choir from Bellevue East High School who shared the sounds of the season with our Rotary Club today!
Our 5th new member within the past year - welcome Ben! Glad to have you in our club.
We have had two very successful fundraisers over the past couple of months.  The first was our annual Golf Tournament in which we raised over $8,000 that will go towards the scholarships that we award each year.  Secondly, we raised over $360 at the Bellevue Pantry Food Drive which was held on October 18th at Bakers in Twin Creek.  We also delivered several car loads full to of non-perishable items to the pantry that were so kindly donated by our community.
Special thanks to Ben from the Sarpy History Museum for sharing about our joint efforts to move the Springfield Caboose to the museum within the next couple of weeks.
Special thanks to District Governor, Brian Moon, for visiting our club today and encouraging us as Rotarians to "Light up Rotary" for the 2014-2015 Rotary year.  Together as a club, district, country, and world we can make a difference.
The Bellevue Rotary Club has welcomed 5 new members to its family over the past year.  Our diverse club has one thing in common - a desire to serve our local community.  Please visit us on Mondays at noon at D.J.'s Dugout to attend a meeting and see what we're all about.  Look forward to meeting you!
 
 
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