We are committed to making the community and world a better place while having inordinate amounts of fun. The beauty of Rotary is that it's open to people of all cultures, ethnicities, genders and professions, and it's not affiliated with any political or religious organizations. Really.

1.2 million Rotarians in over 34,000 clubs globally practice the ideal of Service Above Self. We are white collar, blue collar, goody two-shoes, deviants, prudes, jokesters, stoics and everything in between, and it's ok because our goal is the same - we must be the good we wish to see in the world. Otherwise that world won't exist.

 
 
CONSTRUCTION HAS BEGUN!
On Saturday Sept 14th our Rotary work party completed the installation of our landscaping elements - six trees and 17 rose plants. It looks great!
 
We've partnered with Centennial Rotary Club and Eagle/Garden City Rotary to construct the Rotary Park on the Greenbelt, a rest area complete with benches, bike repair stand, a free library and educational signs on the 50-year history of the Greenbelt, Oregon Short Line Railroad and "Government Island" - the site's location and where the US Army camped in 1863 while building Fort Boise. Rotary Park will rest on the final Boise piece of the greenbelt, between Joe's Crab Shack and Anne Morrison Park. The feature item in the park will be the D.A.R. monument which will be moved from a nearby location.
 
Still to come is the DAR monument and our three interpretive signs. We hope to complete the project in November.
 

BRICK SALES ARE CLOSED! THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
 
 
 
 
 

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Stone House at The Ram
709 E. Park Blvd
Boise, ID  83701
United States of America
 
 

Club Officers

Immediate Past President
President
President Elect
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
Foundation Director
Director - Membership
Director - Public Relations
Director - Service
Director - Youth Service
Director
 
 
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Speakers and Programs

Idaho Power!
Oct 22, 2019
TBD
Rotary District 5400 Governor, Rich Kirkham
Nov 05, 2019
Theme for the year; thoughts from Rich
Brent Jones, Community Relations Dir, Castle Rock
Nov 12, 2019
What challenges do our seniors face, and services are available to them in the community?
Ally McKenna, sponsored Rotary exchange student
Nov 19, 2019
Life in Denmark as a Rotary Exchange Student
Club Assembly; no speaker
Nov 26, 2019
Club Assembly!
Nick van Santen, Asso.Dir.of Experiential Ed, BSU
Dec 03, 2019
What is Experiential Ed, how does it work, and what effect does it have on our community?