Welcome To Our Club!
Rotary Club of Oak Harbor
"Service Above Self"
We meet Fridays at 11:30am-1pm
Oak Harbor Yacht Club
1301 SE Catalina Drive
Oak Harbor, WA  98277
United States
 
Our mailing address is PO Box 442, Oak Harbor, WA 98277
 
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Amazon has a new program called Smile, that will give 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases DIRECT TO OUR FOUNDATION!
 
Follow the prompts in this link and read thru the details (the most important thing is to remember to visit smile.amazon.com vs www.amazon.com after registering).  It keeps your same account, shopping cart etc.
 
This is a very easy way to add money to our foundation account, please encourage all your family and friends to choose us as well via the button below or this link https://smile.amazon.com/ch/91-1685291
 
Additionally, for those who use facebook, please share this post on our facebook page  with all of your friends. THANKS!
 
 
13
Aug
2016
Oak Harbor
Aug 13, 2016 – Aug 14, 2016
Oak Harbor Bay
1401 SE Catalina Dr
oak harbor, WA  98277
United States
 

The 2016 Hydro Races in Oak Harbor Bay are being underwritten by The Craig McKenzie Team at Keller Williams with the proceeds going to The Rotary Club of Oak Harbor and our service initiatives.  Much of the volunteer work during the events will be performed by Rotary members and others including some of our fine Sailors from NASWI.

Please spread the word and make plans to be there!

Newly created sites below (as of late May 2016) will have more info as we get closer.

https://www.facebook.com/hydrosforheroes/ 

http://www.hydrosforheroes.com/

Please bring your change boxes to our meetings to turn in (ATTN Steve P).  If you can't make the meeting(s), please drop off at Jones Accounting (Address: 1199 SE Dock St, Oak Harbor, WA 98277)  during normal business hours.
 
Also, our December 2015 board minutes and financial documents are available by clicking here.  Clubrunner credentials are needed to access, if you need help logging in please contact Secretary Steve Schwalbe or President Elect Greg Smith.  Please review and bring ALL questions or feedback to our meeting Jan 22 where the speaker will be President Brian for a Club Business presentation.
During the firesides, members requested more visibility to the club financial documents.
 
They will now be posted on our website, password protected with your clubrunner credentials.  If you need help with your credentials please contact Secretary Steve Schwalbe or President Elect Greg Smith.
 
Link is located in the upper left of the homepage or by clicking here.
 

Rotarian George Saul put this excellent piece together for the Whidbey Weekly.  I posted it to our facebook page (facebook.com/RotaryOakHarbor) in the hopes we will all use the like and share features of social media to spread the word.  Please follow the link, read, AND SHARE the article.

Thanks George!

Aaron

 
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Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
President
Past President
Secretary
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Treasurer
Director
Director
Director
Co-Director
Director
Director
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Guest Speakers
No Meeting
Jun 23, 2017
Installation Dinner
Steve Powers
Jun 30, 2017
New President Speaks
George Saul
Jul 07, 2017
Jurassic Park
No Meeting
Jul 14, 2017
Race Week
 
 

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