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Welcome to Rotary After Five!

After Five

"Service Above Self"

We meet Wednesdays at 6:00 PM
Jackson Creek Pizza
317 East Main Street
Medford, OR  97501
United States
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The Rotary Club of Rogue Valley After Five, chartered in May 2009, was created by young professionals with the goal of serving the needs of our local and global communities through Rotary service. Now with nearly 40 members, we're excited about continuing to make an important impact on our community and the world.

Our meeting location is at Jackson Creek Pizza in the heart of MetroMedford. We welcome you to stop by after work and relax during happy hour for some fellowship with us! We would love for you to join us at one of our monthly volunteer projects too!

Poker-4-Polio is set this Saturday, February, 16 at the Woolworth Building, and yes this is the three day weekend for Presidents' Day.  At this time we are looking for donation items to give away during the course of the tournament among other items.  Let's get the players in and share the Facebook event and round up any friends, coworkers, family, and other Rotarians to get a seat and we are hoping for a full house of 55 players and the more players the more the pot is at the end.  The initial buy-in tickets are $60.00 or two for $100.00 and available to purchase on Gamble-for-Good.com, or if someone gives you cash, please note the name and contact for that person with the payment.  For more updated information on sponsorships available, contact Scott.  Let's get the word out and get some players :)

For more District 5110 news & events, be sure to sign-up for the weekly D5110 eNews and monthly District Governor Newsletter online here.

District Conference will be held in Coos Bay this May 3-5 at the Mill Casino. Registration is now open for the event, hotel, and RV reservations.  Many great speakers are lined up and you can't go wrong with the coast.  For more information on speakers and accommodations go the events tab on www.district5110.org.

District Governor Grile has been having to halt a majority of traveling duties to deal with a health issue that is correctable and while he was hoping to be back on the road some time soon, since the surgery date keeps moving.  Just take it easy Bill till then and PDG Dell Gray will be filling in on some visits to help as Vice and we give Bill our prayers for a speedy recovery.

The Oregon Department of Justice presented their first ever award for the new annual National Human Trafficking Awareness to Caleb LaPlante (Rotary club of Greater Grants Pass) and Dana Clark (Rotary club of Greater Portland) for their support, activities, and advocacy relating to the great strides our communities have made these past 5 to 10 years, though much still needs to be done.  

 

 
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