Holladay Rotary Club

Holladay Rotary Club Page of the Holladay Rotary Club in Utah, District 5420. Calendar, meetings, service, pictures, notes Holladay Rotary Club was founded February 12, 1960.
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Our regular, weekly meeting starts at 12:15 p.m. on Wednesdays at the Cottonwood Country Club, 1780 East Lakewood Drive, Holladay, UT 84117. Holladay Rotary is exceptionally active in community service projects. We typically have 10-12 local service projects annually. There are also opportunities to serve at the state, regional, national and international levels. We have approximately 30 members who are remarkably friendly and dedicated to serving others.

Holladay Rotary was happy to support Holladay City who gave trees to Holladay residents.
09/27/2020

Holladay Rotary was happy to support Holladay City who gave trees to Holladay residents.

09/13/2020

Join us! We are service oriented and a really fun club. You will meet interesting people and give to your community:)

Our first meeting back at the Cottonwood Club in months. So nice to be back!  Our Mayor, Rob Dahle, spoke about upcoming...
09/12/2020

Our first meeting back at the Cottonwood Club in months. So nice to be back! Our Mayor, Rob Dahle, spoke about upcoming and continuing projects in our beloved town of Holladay.

Helping out at the Utah Food Bank, one if our favorite service projects.
07/20/2019

Helping out at the Utah Food Bank, one if our favorite service projects.

Holladay Rotary Club hosted the Mexican Consul Jose Borjon today for a special multi club meeting. We had 111 Rotarians ...
01/18/2018

Holladay Rotary Club hosted the Mexican Consul Jose Borjon today for a special multi club meeting. We had 111 Rotarians and Guests from clubs in Salt Lake valley at the meeting. Discussion was looking for ways for Rotary clubs and the Hispanic community to bridge the gaps.

Serving lunch at the Volunteers of America Youth Service Center. Had 13 volunteers helping serve lunch including Hollada...
07/29/2017

Serving lunch at the Volunteers of America Youth Service Center. Had 13 volunteers helping serve lunch including Holladay Mayor Rob Dahle and his wife Joni Dahle. Thanks to everyone for helping.

The Rotary Foundation  100 years of doing good in the world Mission: to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding,...
07/08/2016

The Rotary Foundation
100 years of doing good in the world
Mission: to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty.
Founded: In 1917 through the suggestion of Arch Klumph, President of the Rotary Club of Cleveland. Rotary was 12 years old. Contributions are voluntary.
First contributions: In 1930, The Foundation contributed $500 to the International Society for Crippled Children, now known as Easter Seals. Also in the 1930s, sponsored essay contests for secondary students on peace related topics, and founded Institute for international Understanding to host speakers to discuss critical world issues.
Historically:

• From the 1960s, Health, Hunger, and Humanity grants provided millions of dollars annually to multi-year health related projects from eye camps to prosthetic limbs to mobile clinics in remote areas. Literacy projects were also funded.
• Matching grants provided tens of millions of dollars to fund clean water, sanitation, vocational training, and other quality of life projects worldwide since the 1960s.
• Polio Plus, founded in 1979, seeks to eradicate polio from the face of the earth. In the mid-1980s, The Foundation $247 million dollars toward the effort. At that time, 350,000 children were afflicted by polio every year. Today, that number has been reduced by 99.9 percent, and polio is endemic in only two countries — Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Today:

• The Foundation’s assets are more than $1 billion dollars.
• Rotary Peace Fellows study at six Rotary Peace Centers worldwide.
• The Foundation supports vocational training teams, groups of professionals who travel abroad either to teach local professionals about a particular field or to learn more about their own.
• District Grants fund $25 million annually in small scale short-term humanitarian projects that address needs in local communities and communities abroad.
• Global Grants support $70 million annually in large-scale international activities with sustainable, measurable outcomes in one or more of Rotary’s six areas of focus. Grant sponsors form international partnerships and work together to develop projects that provide sustainable quality of life improvements.
Contributions:

• Anyone can contribute to The Rotary Foundation. Most Rotarians in the U.S. contribute $100 annually. The Rotary Club of Millcreek builds this contribution into its quarterly dues.
• Individuals who contribute $1,000 become Paul Harris Fellows, named for the founder of Rotary.
• For more information, visit www.rotary.org

07/08/2016

I just added a link to a video for this new Rotary year. It is up above labeled "Watch Video".

07/07/2016

Welcome to all. Please post any comments, suggestions, pictures, service opportunities here. I will have the calendar up soon. You will find meetings, events, speakers, service projects and anything else you like to share right here.

Address

Cottonwood Country Club, 1780 East Lakewood Drive
Holladay, UT
84117

Opening Hours

12:15pm - 1:30pm

Telephone

(801) 860-3115

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The importance of mentorship is critical to the success of any organization. Thank you to Jenifer Baxter (Holladay Rotary Club)
and David Baranowski (Rotary Club of Sugar House) for their continuous support to Westminster Rotaract over the years.
We are so happy to announce that our very own Kimberly Noyce Oborn was honored at the Holladay Rotary Club's Food for Thought Celebration of Service last night, on Wednesday, October 5.

Few people are as committed to service as Kim. Her dedication to feeding the hungry has helped Granite Education Foundation adapt our Food Assistance programs to help thousands of Granite School District children and families every month. In fact, if Kim has one fault, it’s that she tries to do too much! As long as there is anyone in our community facing food insecurity, Kim will certainly be there to help.

Thank you for your clear dedication and amazing work ethic, Kim. You inspire us all to do better!
Just having fun doing some volunteer work with Holladay Rotary Club
The Holladay City Blue Moon Festival is tonight! Live band, food trucks, art and kids area! Holladay Rotary members will be volunteering, come say hi!!
Someone has hacked our page and changed our name!
Come Join us!
My uncle Erin Howard, was a Charter member of the Rotary Club of Holladay. His daughter, my cousin, sent me some Rotary items that she inherited. Do you want them for your club history?
My Uncle, Erin Howard, was a Charter member of the Rotary Club of Holladay. His daughter this week sent me some of his memorabilia. I don't need it. Would you like to have it for your club history?
My uncle, Erin Howard was a Charter member of the Rotary Club of Holladay. His daughter recently passed some of his Rotary stuff to me. Would your club be interested in a few items of memorabilia?
I don't know if your members knew Jerry Dean, but he was your club president in the 1970s. He was a polio survivor but smiled until the end with a successful career with Mountain Fuel. And he is married to my wonderful cousin, Connie.