Here at Grants Pass Rotary we understand community leadership and how to get things done. We meet every Wednesday at Wild River Pub on F street in Grants Pass at the center of downtown Grants Pass.
Grants Pass Rotary started in January 1924, when the President of the Medford Rotary Club along with several of it members met with local Grants Pass businessmen to discuss the formation of a local club. Over the years, the Grants Pass Rotary Club has been distinguished by having as members some of the key people in the development of our area. As the town grew, so did Rotary. Today we have around 160 members representing a cross section of business and professional men and women of Grants Pass. The club has been a leader in community service projects as well as supporting the international aspects of Rotary through Rotary Foundation.
If you are a Rotarian visiting the area, please join us for fellowship at our 12:00 Wednesday lunch meeting. If you are not a Rotarian but know somebody in our club, please let that person know that you would be interested in attending as a guest. The Wild River Pub is located at 533 Northeast F Street.
The 4 Josephine County Rotary Clubs have sponsored a publicity campaign highlighting the good work the Rotary Foundation does. Not only do our donations help in global projects, 1/2 of our donations will come back to our Rotary District 5110 in 3 years to be used in Rotary sponsored projects locally. We really do work hard to do good in the world and in our local area. The billboard is located on Rogue River Highway just before it crosses the parkway heading into Grants Pass.
Student of the Year for this week is Aiden Rubey from Fort Vannoy Elementary School