Club Information
The Rotary Club
of Kirkland
Welcomes You!

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 6:15 p.m.
Madison House Assisted Living Community
12215 NE 128th Street
President’s Room
Kirkland, WA 98034
United States of America
First and third Mondays of the month are in-person meetings, and virtual (online) meetings are the second Monday of the month. Fourth and fifth Mondays are either bye weeks or club committee days. No meetings on federal holidays.
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Club Meeting Arrangements
The Rotary Club of Kirkland meets on the first and third Mondays in person, and on the second Monday the meeting is online only. There will not be meetings on Mondays on which falls a national holiday. To join the meetings online, use the Join link that follows, or the meeting identification codes if needed. Zoom sessions open at 6:10 p.m. and meeting activities start at 6:15 p.m. Check the club's Calendar for meeting location information.
 
Meeting ID: 883 7590 7677
Password: 264774
Prospective Member Contact Information
Interested in joining the Rotary Club of Kirkland?
Please contact our membership chair: Rick Walter
Please visit our Membership in Rotary web pages.
Please consider submitting a Membership Inquiry.
Rotary Scholarship Applications Available
The Rotary Club of Kirkland’s 2024 scholarship applications are open!  For scholarship information, click the blue box below.
Applications are due April 19, 2024.
Home Page Stories
The Rotary Club of Kirkland and the Lake Washington School District have established a partnership with Music4Life to provide donated-and-repaired musical instruments at no charge for use by local public school students who qualify for federal free and reduced-price meals.  For the past sixteen years, Music4Life has been ensuring that family income is not a barrier to music education by assuring that every student who wants to pursue instrumental music can do so.  Anyone wishing contribute a lovingly used trumpet, clarinet, violin, flute, or other musical instrument to the Lake Washington School District Chapter of Music4Life in may contact the Rotary Club of Kirkland’s youth service committee chair, Prof. Jocelyn Reiter Ellison. Those who want to support musical instruments for kids who can't afford them may visit the Music4Life website, or use the DONATE button on the Rotary Club of Kirkland's website home page. 
Rotary Club of Kirkland members gather to collect food for annual Thanksgiving Baskets to support families confronting food insecurity at John Muir Elementary School.  John Muir staff identifies families whose circumstances make them eligible for holiday gift donations, and the club collects funds and food to ease the stress of the Thanksgiving holiday.  Anyone can support this community service effort by going to the DONATE page on this website.  On the donation page, where it says “Please Select Your Donation Designation”, choose the “Holiday Gift” option from the drop-down menu and include a note it's for Thanksgiving!
Camp United We Stand issued a call to Kirkland service clubs for help moving the camp hosted in Kirkland these past three months by Kirkland Congregational Church of Christ at 106 5th Ave. Camp United needed funding and volunteers for a scheduled November 4 camp relocation. In particular, Rotary was asked for help with moving costs for the camp's portable kitchen, which was designed and built over several months by some youth with Sawhorse Revolution. The kitchen was designed to fold up with refrigerators inside and slide onto a flatbed truck to move to the next camp site, St. Dunstan’s Episcopal Church in Shoreline at 722 N. 145th St.
Deputy Mayor Jay Arnold and city of Kirkland council members Kelli Curtis and Toby Nixon joined Dave Aubry and the Rotary Club of Kirkland for a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new pavilion at the site of the former Northern Pacific Railroad Station along the Cross Kirkland Corridor. The pavilion features illustrated signs describing the railroad’s 100+ year history in Kirkland, with photographs of trains and the two structures that once stood there. The Rotary Club developed the projects installed at the site. The pandemic delayed the ribbon-cutting for a while, but with the ribbon cut, the project is now complete! [Photo and story courtesy of the city of Kirkland.]
Great Kirkland Rotary Rummage Sale Sponsors
Speakers
Reese Roberts of Lake Washington High School
Mar 04, 2024 6:30 PM
Rotary Student of the Month
Rotary Student of the Month
George Abbott of The Lighthouse for the Blind
Mar 04, 2024 6:40 PM
A conversation with the chief executive officer of The Lighthouse for the Blind
A conversation with the chief executive officer of The Lighthouse for the Blind
Olga Yarmoshik of HeroHouse Northwest
Mar 11, 2024 6:40 PM
Mental health
 
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