Shaun Wagner and the International Service Committee reported on current projects. HERE is a link to his presentation on the 7 areas of focus for International Service, Special District Grants, Seaside Past Projects, other District Projects that Seaside helps, and future Seaside Club projects.
The Rotary Club of Seaside is made up of a fungroup of people, of all ages and backgrounds, serving our North Oregon Coast community, and the world. The Rotary Club of Seaside has been working to make positive change in our community and the world for over 75 years.
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If you are interested in finding out more about our club or Rotary International, please visit us for lunch or talk to a Rotarian.
If you are interested in submitting an application to the Seaside Rotary Foundation for a grant, click HERE.If you would like to apply as an outbound student candidate for overseas placement in the Rotary Youth Exchange Program, click HERE.If you would like to apply for a Post-Freshman scholarship t open to any Seaside High School graduate, click HERE.Email completed appications to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Seaside Rotary Foundation, P.O. Box 634, Seaside, OR 97138
• Regular meeting on Thursday, February 29th at Noon at AL99 - Steve Wright, Seaside Mayor, presentation on the “State of the City”• Regular meeting on Thursday, March 7th at Noon at AL99 - Our newest member James Stewart on Rotary Conflict Resolution•Foundation Board meeting at 4pm on Monday, March 11th at BCCC •Regular meeting on Thursday, March 14th at Noon at AL99•Club Board meeting at Noon at Restaurant Ramos on March 20th•Fellowship event March 21st - Bunco Party - Location and time TBD