Next Meeting – Monday, Aug. 9
Visit Bartlesville – Maria Swindell Gus
At the Bartlesville Community Center
Meetings are both in-person and virtual events.
To attend virtually by Zoom, CLICK HERE
OUR CLUB is one of the fastest-growing club in the 79-club Rotary District 6110. The Rotary Club of Bartlesville, OK, is a network of men and women who influence positive change in the community and the world. Our members are dedicated to improving the quality of life for everyone, with a particular focus on helping students become productive citizens. We create, volunteer for and fund community-based activities as well as collaborate with other organizations locally and internationally to live out the Rotary motto of “Service Above Self.”
The club, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2015, provides an opportunity to build lifelong friendships and experience the benefits of volunteer service to others. Meeting every Monday at 12 noon, the club is an organization of nearly 130 business, professional and community leaders. Members gather in the Community Room of the Bartlesville Community Center, with a catered lunch provided for those interested. Meetings normally end promptly at 1 p.m.
INTRODUCTORY BROCHURE (PDF)
Find out more about the Bartlesville Rotary Club!
ROTARY AT A GLANCE (PDF)
A comprehensive view of our club and Rotary International
Club Teams Up with Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation
Thanks to a gift from Hans Schmoldt, the club has joined hands with the Bartlesville Public Schools Foundation to provide 50 Olympic-emblemed soccer balls to all six Bartlesville public elementary schools. In the photo, Blair Ellis, club member and executive director of BPSF, accepts one of the custom-printed balls from Schmoldt.
$500 Scholarship for BHS Interact Senior
The Bartlesville Rotary Club awards a $500 scholarship to seniors specifically who participate in the BHS Interact Club. The scholarship is awarded at the end of the school year at the Senior Awards Ceremony. Click here to obtain details and scholarship application.
$11,000 Provided to Students and Local Causes