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President
President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Vice President
Immediate Past President
Board Member 2015-18
Board Member 2015-18
Board Member 2015-18
Board Member 2015-18
Board Member 2016-19
Board Member 2016-19
Board Member 2016-19
Board Member 2016-19
Board Member 2017-20
Board Member 2017-20
Board Member 2017-20
Board Member 2017-20
Foundation Chair
 

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Welcome The Rotary Club of Lubbock, Texas!

Lubbock

Tradition in Service Since 1921

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
First United Methodist Church
Christian Life Centre
1520 13th Street
Lubbock, TX  79416
United States

Phone:
(806) 785-3030
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For over 96 years we have led the way with Service Above Self for Lubbock and its surrounding communities, and our Tradition in Service is still going strong. 

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