Join us Wednesdays at 12:00 PM at 1900 7th Ave in Longview, WA

Nathan Nyman's October 2nd presentation covered the current status of the effort to bring a major-league baseball team to Portland and the building of a privately financed ballpark. He explained who and what the Portland Diamond Project is and how it plans to instill Portland values as the cornerstone of the efforts moving forward. Nathan further...

District 5020 Governor, Maureen "Mo" Fritz-Roberts, her Chief of Staff and husband Dale Roberts and Assistant Gov. Anil Puri spent last week in the Longview/Kelso area. Rotarians from the 3 Clubs had an informal opportunity to meet Mo at a reception at LCC on Tuesday evening. Gov. Mo provided a short and humorous preview of her...

It was an honor to represent this Rotary Club at the RI International Convention in Hamburg, Germany last June. I found myself rubbing elbows, literally, with many the 25,000 other Rotarians who were present. Over 100 countries* were represented. Many attendees wore clothing of color and style. Others wore matching pants and shirts and hats...

As we know, John Tolleshaug has departed this earth. We had him as a member of our Club for some 57 years. A few years ago, our Club held a Veteran Honoring ceremony and John participated by bringing his uniforms and other significant memorabilia and by sharing his WWII story in a self-effacing manner. John...

Special entertainment was a very humorous, tongue-in-cheek video of Reed Hadley and Peter Isaacson (Don Cianci behind the camera) interviewing Club members regarding the past presidential term of John "pope" Paul and expectations of incoming Club President, Neil Zick. The Rookie Rotarian Award was presented to Shawn Hooghkirk by one of last year's two recipients, Jen...

On February 22. 23, and 24, I had the privilege of representing our Club as your President-Elect for 2019-2020 at President-Elect Training (PETS). The meeting was held at the Double Tree Hotel in Sea-Tac Washinton and there were over 700 other presidents-elect representing eight Rotary Districts. The meeting gave me the opportunity to meet and...

The wheel emblem has been the Rotary symbol since the early days of the organization. the first design was created by Chicago Rotarian, Montague Bear, who was an engraver. Bear's drawing was a simple wagon wheel with a few lines to show dust and motion. The wheel was said to illustrate "Civilization and Movement", which...

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