Did you see today’s Facebook post about the great work our literacy committee is doing? Several members and volunteers met at the Salem Public Library to to label donated books for distribution at the Marion-Polk Food Share. We are proud to support such an incredible organization!
Welcome to our newest member Tammy Dennee. The following is the gracious introduction read by her sponsor – member John McCulley: It is our good fortune that Tammy Dennee will be a member of the Rotary Club of Salem. Tammy is a SNOB (Society of Native Oregon Born) calling Hood River her birthplace. She graduated from The […]
We are pleased to welcome Julie Huckestein into our club. The following is the warm introduction as read by her sponsor, Ron Hays. Julie Huckestein was appointed President of Chemeketa Community College in Salem Oregon in February 2015 after serving as Interim President since July 2014. Chemeketa Community College is the second largest community […]
Mark your calendars: July 20th | The 21st Annual Golf Tournament! Assisting 10 clubs in Salem, Keizer, and Stayton to raise funds for the annual Dictionary Project and other service projects throughout the year. Creekside Golf Club | 6250 Clubhouse Drive SE. Registration at Noon | Shotgun Start at 1:00 p.m For more information, please contact Natalie […]
Like many high school students, Earnest Duvall had big dreams when he graduated from high school in 1949. And as is common, neither he nor his family had the money to send him to college. But through the help of Silverton High School’s principal, Earnest received a scholarship from the Rotary Club of Salem to […]
Did you know that our club is rich with history? Since 1919, The Rotary Club of Salem has been changing lives in our community and around the world. Learn more about the history of our club by clicking here.
The Salem Rotary Foundation announced the recipients of the 2015 Spring Small Grants. Grants range from $500 to $1,500 each and are made to fund projects by local 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations in the Salem-area. Qualified projects must directly or indirectly foster, develop, promote, and encourage the health, education, and the general welfare of primarily youth […]