Rotary Club of Puyallup
 
Club Information

Welcome to our Club!

Puyallup

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Charlie's Restaurant
113 E. Main Street
Puyallup, WA  98372
United States
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Speakers
Ciara Stouff
May 31, 2017
End of Year Wrap Up!
Mark Woodman - President 2017-2018
Jun 07, 2017
Vision for his year
Karian Jessen (Not Confirmed)
Jun 14, 2017
Special Olympics
John Hough
Jun 21, 2017
Maritime History
No Afternoon Meeting - Evening Meeting 6PM
Jun 28, 2017
Intstallation Dinner
 
Upcoming Club and Community Events
 
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The Rotary Foundation
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Service Projects
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13th Annual Puyallup Rotary Golf Classic
 
Please join us
Thursday - June 29th, 2017
1PM Shotgun Start
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    Event Includes:
    Men/Women Long Drive
   Closest to the Pin
   Hole in 1 Prizes
   Dinner
 
    Available at Registration or online under Optional Add-Ons:
      Pro Pack $25
  • Includes 1 putting contest entry
  • 2 mulligans
  • 2 fairway tees
      Raffle Tickets
  • $5 per ticket
  • 5 tickets for $20
 
Interested in Sponsoring?
Please Contact Bryan Ruff: Blruff@timberlandbank.com
 
Sponsorship Opportunities:
Corporate Sponsor - $2500 
*Foursome included Signage throughout the course and dinner
Event Sponsor - $1500
*Signage at Entry & Dinner 
Cart Sponsor - $1000
Range Ball Sponsor - $500
Hole Sponsor - $250
Putting Contest Sponsor - $250
 
 
 
 
 
Celebrating Rotarians
 
Why I love this club!
 
 

YAP!
Youth Advocacy Project
Next Meeting TBD
If interested in attending RSVP KThompson@redcanoecu.com


I'm excited to share with you a program called the Youth Advocacy Project (YAP).

 
YAP was developed in last year by Karissa Thompson, our current president. Karissa wanted to find a way to connect community members and local non-profits to the needs in the school district. She has formed a roundtable that meets quarterly to discuss and shine light on the needs of our youth. As a group they work together to find solutions for each need. We are making an effort to build resources and unite many talented people who are determined to make a difference. 
 
Click here to read what The News Tribune had to say!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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