ROTARY CLUB OF QUEEN ANNE
WELCOME! To the small club with big fellowship!
A Rotary club designed to fit the lifestyle and interests of young and
young-at-heart professionals, business, and community leaders
- and represent the diversity of the community.
The Rotary Club of Queen Anne is an international service club --- part of a worldwide organization and network of more than 1.2 million Rotary International members in over 34,000 clubs around the world.
What is Rotary International video
- Service with an impact
- Professional & leadership development
- Mentoring and connecting with business & community leaders
Special Event (rotating locations)
QAR Pay It Forward Night (at rotating locations in the Queen Anne community)
Join us for our 1st ever QAR Pay It Forward Night - Feb. 28, 2017, 7:30pm at ten mercer!
HOW QAR PAY IT FORWARD NIGHT WORKS:
Please RSVP through our Facebook event at https://www.facebook.com/events/252449455165951
- DINE OUT with us on the 4th Tuesday of every month at a local restaurant in the Queen Anne community
- STARTING WITH ten mercer --- because ten mercer has been so good to us over the years.
- ENJOY a 3-course meal for $33 (plus tax & gratuity)
- KICK IN a few extra dollars to help pay for an unsuspecting ten mercer diner's dinner that evening.
- BRING LOTS OF CASH to help Pay It Forward even more --- we've got a few extra surprises in store to help some other unsuspecting folks in the restaurant too ;-).
- BRING your friends & family to be a part of 'paying it forward'!
- BE SURE to RSVP so we can give ten mercer an accurate count!
- EVERY MONTH we will visit another restaurant in the community selected by the previous QAR Pay It Forward Night restaurant.
Making News with the Seattle Trade Alliance
Queen Anne Rotary and Rotary District 5030 were featured in an article by Bill Stafford about grass roots volunteers - Rotary clubs and Sister Cities, July 11, 2012.
"It is amazing what grassroots volunteers can accomplish and what rotary clubs and sister city committees are doing. These are all small contacts but they add up. So yes, you should sit in front of your computer and read Crosscut. But then, turn off the computer and get involved."
--- Bill Stafford, Retired President of the Seattle Trade Alliance
The Seattle Trade Alliance
also posted a piece about Rotary District 5030 and Queen Anne Rotary featuring 2013 GSE and other Rotary programs on their website and on Twitter --- September 11, 2012
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