Please join us for two hours of Hawaiian fun on Thursday afternoon, August 23, from 4:00‑6:00PM
Local Community Service
Peace does not happen. It needs to be created. Rotary International has adopted a new focus equal to that of Polio Eradication. PEACEBUILDING.
Bellevue Rotary is organizing a celebration of International Day of Peace on September 21, with a large-scale evening event at Bellevue Downtown Park and Inspiration Playground, 10201 NE 4th St, Bellevue, with parking available at Bellevue Square. This Candlelight Celebration will be held from 6:30‑8:30PM, with many activities. We hope you will join us!
It’s that time of year again, and we need volunteers to sell ice cream at the Bellevue Rotary booth and carts at the BAM ARTSfair. You can sign up online for this fun annual event.
Thank you to Fay Andersson and Garrett Hyman for these photos. Click thumbnails for larger images.
Thank you to Paul Dressel or Norm Langseth for organizing the June Rotary First Harvest work party, and to Kara Durbin and Fay Andersson for providing these photos. Thank you also to all who participated. The next Bellevue Rotary First Harvest Work Party is Saturday, August 11, and is being organized by Natalie Werzynski and Ivan Irizarry. […]
Camp Goodtimes was established in 1984 to provide a no-cost camp environment for children affected by cancer, where they can recapture the joys of childhood. Our Rotary Club hosts an annual carnival, where kids (and volunteers) spend an afternoon with bubbles, bouncy houses, paint, and all around fun. The date for Camp Goodtimes 2018 is June […]
The Evergreen Court Auction on May 1 was a big success! Dean Rebhuhn served as auctioneer, while other Bellevue Rotarians cheered on residents, drummed up excitement for the auction items, and helped make bids. Each resident was given $1,500 in Monopoly money with which to bid on the many wonderful auction items provided by Bellevue Rotary and […]