Rotary Club Of Port Townsend
Washington State, USA Dist. 5020, Club No. 77

A Century of

Doing Good in the World

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Service Above Self

Ending Polio

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Port Townsend Rotary Club Community Grants have been awarded for 2019
The Benji Project
A message from our 2019-20 Club President, Carla Caldwell Welcome to the Rotary Club of Port Townsend! We are people of action who are motivated by service above self. We are grounded in principles of truth, friendship, fairness and goodwill. We have a lot of fun. We have been serving our community and beyond for 90 years by: Changing young lives through supporting inbound and outbound exchange students each year. Granting thousands of dollars to local nonprofits and community projects. Providing annual scholarships to local students. Volunteering at the Winter Shelter, Food Bank, schools, and community events. Maintaining local parks and roadside. Traveling to developing countries to work on sanitation, water, and building projects. Helping to eradicate polio through fundraising and by traveling to vulnerable countries to assist with inoculations. We invite you to: Join us for a noon Tuesday program at the Northwest Marine Science Center in Port Townsend. Volunteer with us on a service project. Make a presentation about your organization to our club. Come and share your adventure story with us. Discover the benefits of becoming a Rotarian. I’ll meet you for coffee to find out about your interests and passions – and to share with you why I am so very proud to be a Rotarian!
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Port Townsend Rotary Club 2019 Fund-A-Cause Recipient
Rotary Districts 5020 and 5030 co-host an annual “rendevous” for members of the International Yachting Fellowship of Rotarians (IYFR).  Regional Rotary sailors and boaters spent August 15-18 in Port Townsend  to celebrate their 37th annual “Hands Across the Border Rendezvous” of Rotary Mariners from British Columbia and Washington State.  The Seattle Rotary Mariners have a tradition of planting “peace poles” in parks and other public spaces as a symbol of the priority that Rotarians throughout the world place on promoting peace.   As the IYFR members were searching for an appropriate location to plant a peace pole in Port Townsend, several of them were staying at the Commanders House at Point Hudson when the inn’s owners, Gail and John Oldroyd, offered a space in their beautiful garden.  The spot is adjacent to the Rotary Centennial Path which runs along the Point Hudson waterfront.  The Rotary Club of Port Townsend ensures maintenance of the benches along the path, providing spots for people to stop, reflect, and enjoy the magnificent views.
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Rotary Club Of Port Townsend
Washington State, USA Dist. 5020, Club No. 77

A Century of

Doing Good in the World

© All rights reserved - Site design & Admin. by English Specialty Arts
Service Above Self
Local Time & Weather A message from our  2019-20 Club President, Carla Caldwell Welcome to the Rotary Club of Port Townsend! 	We are people of action who are motivated by service above self. 	We are grounded in principles of truth, friendship, fairness and goodwill. 	We have a lot of fun. We have been serving our community and beyond for 90 years by: 	Changing young lives through supporting inbound and outbound exchange students each year. 	Granting thousands of dollars to local nonprofits and community projects. 	Providing annual scholarships to local students. 	Volunteering at the Winter Shelter, Food Bank, schools, and community events. 	Maintaining local parks and roadside. 	Traveling to developing countries to work on sanitation, water, and building projects. 	Helping to eradicate polio through fundraising and by traveling to vulnerable countries to assist with inoculations. We invite you to: 	Join us for a noon Tuesday program at the Northwest Marine Science Center in Port Townsend. 	Volunteer with us on a service project. 	Make a presentation about your organization to our club. 	Come and share your adventure story with us. 	Discover the benefits of becoming a Rotarian.  I’ll meet you for coffee to find out about your interests and passions – and to share with you why I am so very proud to be a Rotarian!
Rotary Districts 5020 and 5030 co-host an annual “rendevous” for members of the International Yachting Fellowship of Rotarians (IYFR).  Regional Rotary sailors and boaters spent August 15-18 in Port Townsend  to celebrate their 37th annual “Hands Across the Border Rendezvous” of Rotary Mariners from British Columbia and Washington State.  The Seattle Rotary Mariners have a tradition of planting “peace poles” in parks and other public spaces as a symbol of the priority that Rotarians throughout the world place on promoting peace.   As the IYFR members were searching for an appropriate location to plant a peace pole in Port Townsend, several of them were staying at the Commanders House at Point Hudson when the inn’s owners, Gail and John Oldroyd, offered a space in their beautiful garden.  The spot is adjacent to the Rotary Centennial Path which runs along the Point Hudson waterfront.  The Rotary Club of Port Townsend ensures maintenance of the benches along the path, providing spots for people to stop, reflect, and enjoy the magnificent views.
Click to View Grants
Port Townsend Rotary Club Community Grants have been awarded for 2019
Click to view PTRC “Fund A Cause”Dist 5020 News article Click to view PTRC Establishes aLegacy Fund
Rotary Club Of Port Townsend
Washington State, USA Dist. 5020, Club No. 77

A Century of

Doing Good in the World

© All rights reserved - Site design & Admin. by English Specialty Arts
Service Above Self
Local Time & Weather Click to View Grants Click to View Grants
Port Townsend Rotary Club Community Grants have been awarded for 2019
A message from our  2019-20 Club President, Carla Caldwell Welcome to the Rotary Club of Port Townsend! 	We are people of action who are motivated by service above self. 	We are grounded in principles of truth, friendship, fairness and goodwill. 	We have a lot of fun. We have been serving our community and beyond for 90 years by: 	Changing young lives through supporting inbound and outbound exchange students each year. 	Granting thousands of dollars to local nonprofits and community projects. 	Providing annual scholarships to local students. 	Volunteering at the Winter Shelter, Food Bank, schools, and community events. 	Maintaining local parks and roadside. 	Traveling to developing countries to work on sanitation, water, and building projects. 	Helping to eradicate polio through fundraising and by traveling to vulnerable countries to assist with inoculations. We invite you to: 	Join us for a noon Tuesday program at the Northwest Marine Science Center in Port Townsend. 	Volunteer with us on a service project. 	Make a presentation about your organization to our club. 	Come and share your adventure story with us. 	Discover the benefits of becoming a Rotarian.  I’ll meet you for coffee to find out about your interests and passions – and to share with you why I am so very proud to be a Rotarian! Click to view PTRC “Fund A Cause”Dist 5020 News article Click to view PTRC Establishes aLegacy Fund
Rotary Districts 5020 and 5030 co-host an annual “rendevous” for members of the International Yachting Fellowship of Rotarians (IYFR).  Regional Rotary sailors and boaters spent August 15-18 in Port Townsend  to celebrate their 37th annual “Hands Across the Border Rendezvous” of Rotary Mariners from British Columbia and Washington State.  The Seattle Rotary Mariners have a tradition of planting “peace poles” in parks and other public spaces as a symbol of the priority that Rotarians throughout the world place on promoting peace.   As the IYFR members were searching for an appropriate location to plant a peace pole in Port Townsend, several of them were staying at the Commanders House at Point Hudson when the inn’s owners, Gail and John Oldroyd, offered a space in their beautiful garden.  The spot is adjacent to the Rotary Centennial Path which runs along the Point Hudson waterfront.  The Rotary Club of Port Townsend ensures maintenance of the benches along the path, providing spots for people to stop, reflect, and enjoy the magnificent views.