30 miles in 30 days for 30 years of Angelina Rotary
In celebration of our 30th birthday, you're invited to join the Angelina Rotary Club for the virtual 30 for 30 Challenge!
Run, walk, bike, jump, crawl, or hop your way to fitness in September 2020. Commit to completing 30 miles of activity in 30 days to celebrate our 30 years of service.
To be socially responsible, the Angelina Rotary Club is not meeting in person at this time. However, we are meeting virtually to stay connected with our members and remain active in our community. If learning about the impact Rotary is making locally, as well as across the globe, please join us for a meeting!
Rotary International is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and helps build goodwill and peace in the world.
Rotary is a spearheading partner in the Global Polio Eradication Initiative. Since the PolioPlus program′s inception in 1985, more than two billion children have received oral polio vaccine. But Rotary′s work is not done: the disease has not yet been eradicated. Contribute to the PolioPlus Fund to support Rotary′s goal of a polio–free world.
The Angelina Rotary Club is able to offer continuous support to these and other organizations within our community:
The Boys & Girls Club
Back to School Bonanza
Chambers Park projects
Kurth Memorial Library
Ellen Trout Zoo
Hospice in the Pines
Stubblefield Learning Center
Child safety seat education
Polio eradication efforts
Clean water projects
The Dawn Youdan Scholarship Fund
The Youth Leadership Award Scholarship
Christian Information Service Center (CISC)
“Service Above Self” is the motto of the Angelina Rotary Club and we strive to uphold that in everything we do.
The first Thursday of the month, members of our club read to students at Dunbar Primary, engaging in one of Rotary International’s key focuses: Literacy. The fourth Thursday of every month, we will meet at various organizations around the community. This may be meeting at the Christian Information Services Center to pack food for underprivileged children to take home on the weekends, or to stuff bags for Bags of Love to provide for children in foster care, or Adopting-A-Family through Buckner Services. We will alternate these service projects every month. The second and third Thursdays of each month, we meet at The Silo and hear from a speaker involved in our community with their organization.