Full length, full of life, fun, informative and just what Rotary is all about. With happy dollars, announcements, what’s new and some great presenters with important information in the world and how it affects the US. Oregon and Eugene.

TUESDAYS – 12:15 

Location: Note: Hybrid meetings with in-person at the Graduate Hotel and online with zoom. Join us via Zoom

Graduate Hotel – 66 East 6th Avenue
Eugene, Oregon, 97401-2667


Rotary Club of Eugene has returned to meeting at the Eugene Conference Center, located at the Graduate Hotel.  We look forward to seeing everyone in person and online. 





As the Original Rotary Club in Lane County and one of the oldest in Oregon, The Rotary Club of Eugene has served the community well – and has sponsored many other Rotary clubs in Lane County, Oregon and even foreign countries.

This important club has been very involved in the life, business, government and service to people of this community.



As a leading service organization of Lane County, The Rotary Club of Eugene has provided a touchstone for generations of business and government leaders. Longtime relationships and friendships have come out of both Rotary’s natural ability to connect people and the place this club holds in the community. Generations have found camaraderie and networking opportunities at the meetings and in the work of this Rotary Club.



For nearly a century this club’s meetings have provided an insight into the workings of government, business, medical, education and society of the community and the world. Some of the best and brightest have presented at this club. Local, national and international speakers provide the members and the media insights and inspiration. The scholarship awards are inspiring and heartfelt. This is a very special place to see and be seen.


MODEL UNITED NATIONS learning experience. ARTSPARK EUGENE at all Eugene 4J Elementary Schools. Eugene has the new WJ SKATEPARK because the Rotary Club of Eugene. SKINNER BUTTE PARK was saved. State of the art RIVERPLAY children’s playground. The HULT CENTER, CUTHBERT AMPHITHEATER, TUGMAN PARK and ALTON BAKER PARK. The club supports FOOD FOR LANE COUNTYMINI HOMES, Education and Arts in area schools, local YOUTH SCHOLARSHIPS, PEACE SCHOLARSHIPSHIGHER EDUCATION INITIATIVES and CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS, Rotary’s INTERACT and Rotaract Youth Groups. 



Polio is right on the verge of complete eradication in the world. Rotary excels with health and education efforts, Fellowship Exchanges, International Students, Group Study Exchanges. World Peace. Rotary created Peace Centers around the world with Masters Degrees in Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution. Rotary sends in Shelter Boxes for disasters. The creation of the UN was a Rotary Project. Education and scholarships is a huge part of Rotary. Rotary Clubs build parks, music centers, schools, camps. Clubs support efforts in underdeveloped areas of the world and our country for water wells, cooking stoves, sanitation, housing, education and medical services. And simply just about anything where there is a need.. . . .



Supporting the Environment becomes Rotary’s seventh area of focus, which are categories of service activities supported by global grants. It joins 

Peacebuilding and Conflict Prevention 

Disease Prevention and Treatment 

Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene 

Maternal and Child Health 

Basic Education and Literacy 

Community Economic Development.



Club meetings, committees and projects are the heart and soul of Rotary Clubs. How people get involved with each other, in the community and in the world. Participation is how members find their perfect place. How they can serve to their best. And how they can have the most fun! Rotary provides so many ways for members to get involved. The soul of Rotary. And participation provides the hearts and that special place for each member.




Additional New information about the Water Wells in Uganda has been posted to this link. The work has been stopped temporarily due to Covid 19 Lockdown. The Rural Health Team is creating workarounds. 

We are announcing the opportunity for club members to participate in teams that will be going to Uganda in January.

Our club has been working on an important international project to establish maternal and child health services in rural communities that have no medical resources 

 Water Wells






In response to the catastrophic loss of homes, businesses, and livelihoods for many Oregonians, Rotary established a Fire Relief Fund to help fire victims rebuild their lives. Today we all look in anticipation at another fire season that looks like it might have continued service opportunities. Rotary is staying tuned and watching the news.

Fire Relief Fund


COVID –Rotary to the Rescue!

Rotarian and friends volunteered for Vaccination service with Lane County Public Health. It was very successful and quite satisfying to help vaccinations at Lane County Conference Center, Lane Community College and Autzen Stadium. And seemed to bring comfort to those in lines for vaccinations seeing Rotarians servicing. If Rotary was there it was going to be OK. 

COVID Service Page


know Eugene Rotary Club has been funding and constructing these homeless shelters to provide a safe place to sleep. COVID rules have slowed the process down, but the club and members continue to be ready to jump back on this project whenever allowed to finish the last few Conestoga Huts. Stayed tuned. The club will let eager volunteers ASAP when the green flag is shown. 


Back to the Grad!

In person meetings are back at the Graduate Hotel! And Hybrid meetings continue online with Zoom. As you like it. In person or online. If out of town, members can still come to a meeting via the zoom connection. Or in-town attend the luncheon meeting with fellow...

Club Covid Support Update

Eugene Rotarians, family and friends have served Lane Public Health for 10’s of Thousands of vaccinations. 6 Related photos from Saturday (March 20-21) at Lane County Fairgrounds, LCC and Autzen Stadium with Jeff Robinsons Drone Photos. These clinics are fun and the...

COVID Vaccinations

As of February 20 we have received 40 completed volunteer forms including the criminal checks. As this is a great response, we still need more people to volunteer. The clinic on February 20-23 was postponed because the vaccine was not received. (weather  related). Our...

News from the Youth Exchange Committee

News from the Youth Exchange Committee  The Youth Exchange Committee has been dormant and now we would like to reenergize the committee and welcome members who would either (1) want to join the committee to help steer and strengthen this program, or (2) who would be...