Club Information
The Rotary Club
of Kirkland
Welcomes You!

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 6:15 p.m.
Varies in July & August
Check the Club Calendar
Kirkland, WA 98033
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.
July 2024
Upcoming Events
Club Executives & Directors
Vice President
Past President
Community Service Chair
Vocational Service Chair
Youth Service Chair
International Service Chair
Club Service Chair
Membership Chair
Rotary Foundation Liaison
Program Chair
Bulletin Editor
Executive Secretary/Director
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Club Meeting Arrangements
During July and August, in-person meetings will be held at a variety of locations in Kirkland. 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 and, if any, dinner registration and fee 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: Cody Baker
Please visit our Membership in Rotary web pages.
Please consider submitting a Membership Inquiry.
Home Page Stories
The Rotary Club of Kirkland has been supporting the Kirkland community for over 85 years, raising over $1,000,000 for local charities, schools, and various international projects. The Kirkland-wide rummage sale is designed for community members to donate their no-longer-needed possessions, and dozens of volunteers turn can those donated items into dollars for good. The collection and sale of donated items makes an impact in the lives of real people in many ways. It gives a wide variety of goods a longer life, keeping them out of landfills. It facilitates the transfer of no longer needed goods to families who are in need of the goods and at bargain prices. And, with your help, we then:
Annually the Rotary Club of Kirkland offers scholarships to students attending high schools within the Kirkland area aimed at furthering their higher education. This season, the club is pleased to present $3,000 scholarships to six Lake Washington High School seniors: Noah Aguirre, Brandon Goodfried, Brooke Lewis, Lexi Storey, Claire Vaitkus, and Katherine Montgomery who was awarded a $3,000 Charles O. Morgan Communications Scholarship to further her journalistic, literary, and theater career.  In addition to the club scholarships, Brandon Goodfried was awarded a $1,000 Kirkland Rotary Business & Accounting Scholarship sponsored by Rick Walter and Hutchison & Walter CPAs, Erisa Baba was awarded a $1,500 Step Scholarship sponsored by the Stromberg family, and Miguel De Anda was awarded a $1,500 Kirkland Rotary Technical Education Scholarship sponsored by Dr. Joanne Primavera.
Four Lake Washington School District staff members were honored by the Rotary Club of Kirkland as Outstanding Educators for 2024. Marion Mays, a special education teacher, is the Rose Hill Middle School awardee this year. Cameron Stedman is the Kirkland Middle School awardee, and leads the school's band program. Sherri Pflager is Kamiakin Middle School's awardee, and is also a special education teacher. Finally, Chef Mary Clarke is the awardee from Lake Washington High School, and leads the school's culinary arts program and serves as Career & Technical Education Department chair for the high School.
In appreciation for the Rotary Club of Kirkland's generous and longstanding support to reduce hunger in our community, the club is recognized as a member of the newly created Harvest Against Hunger Lifetime Giving Society. Lifetime Giving Society members have each contributed a total of at least $10,000. They are individuals and organizations that have played a pivotal role in sustaining the Harvest Against Hunger mission and enabled the agency to continue innovating to find new ways to increase access to nutritious produce by people in need. Society members are passionate about building healthier communities and more equitable food systems. The Rotary Club of Kirkland has contributed a total of $18,725. Harvest Against Hunger leadership says the club's commitment to making a difference for many who struggle to put enough food on the table has been a source of inspiration.
Thank you
Rotary Rummage
Sale Sponsors!
Mirya Muñoz-Roach of St. Vincent de Paul Seattle
Jul 22, 2024 6:40 PM
St. Vincent de Paul – Meeting Our Neighbors at their Point of Need
St. Vincent de Paul – Meeting Our Neighbors at their Point of Need
Megan Watts of Boeing Global Engagement
Aug 05, 2024 6:40 PM
Boeing in Washington
Dean Wagner of Congo Peace
Aug 12, 2024 6:40 PM
Supporting reconciliation and economic development in the east Congo region
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