Weekly Newsletter | April 9, 2024

April 10th – Ankeny Hill Nature Center and beyond! Get ready to have fun learning about the National Wildlife Refuges in your backyard, up and down the Willamette Valley from Salem to Corvallis! See, hear, touch (and maybe smell?) some of the wonders of nature that await you every day at the Ankeny Hill Nature Center […]

Weekly Newsletter | April 2, 2024

April 3rd – Panel Discussion – Recent Oregon State Legislative Session Significant legislation passed through the recently concluded Oregon legislative session. Three of our fellow Rotarians who are professional lobbyists will share their views on the session, commenting not only on the major issues but also on legislation that, while important to some, did not garner big […]

Weekly Newsletter | March 26, 2024

March 27th – Panel Discussion – Hunger in Our Community Hunger. It affects all walks of life, in fact, 1 in 10 people in Oregon face hunger, even right here in Salem. This week’s program is a panel discussion about hunger in our community. Kyle Miller – Head Start, Lara Ashenfelter – area shelters, and Rick Gaupo – […]

Weekly Newsletter | March 19, 2024

March 20th – State of the City Address Mayor Chris Hoy will address the community to share accomplishments and issues of the previous year, and plans for the coming year.  To attend this event you must have pre-registered. Doors to the meeting will open at 11:30am with the program starting promptly at noon. Program Chair: City […]

Weekly Newsletter | March 12, 2024

March 13th – Small but Mighty, Rotary’s Good Works in our Community Five of our Good Works Small Grant recipients from 2022-23 Rotary Year will be coming together and presenting updates for each of the projects that were funded. Marion Polk Food Share Youth Farm will be reporting on their 11-week summer internships for 25 youth. Sparrow […]

Weekly Newsletter | February 27, 2024

February 28th – Rhonda Rhodes, CTEC Behavioral Health & Human Services Program Rhonda will be sharing information with us about the Behavior Health and Human Services program, which is designed to provide students a comprehensive understanding of the complexities surrounding human behavior, mental health, and social well-being. This program offers a multidisciplinary approach that combines psychology, […]

Weekly Newsletter | March 5, 2024

March 6th – Salem Keizer Schools Music Program – Sumpter Elementary The Sumpter Elementary School Choir, directed by their teacher – Bethea Gliebe, will present a vocal concert for our club. The Sumpter Elementary Choir is the largest elementary choir in the state and one of the very best. The Salem-Keizer Elementary Choir program, along with […]

Weekly Newsletter | February 20, 2024

February 21st – Marion County Sheriff Nick Hunter Nicholas (Nick) Hunter began his law enforcement career in November of 2001 by serving in the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, and was appointed as the 41st Sheriff of Marion County 22 years later. Sheriff Hunter grew up in Clackamas County before moving to Marion County in 1995 to attend […]

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