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Welcome to The Rotary Club of Lubbock, Texas!

Lubbock

Tradition in Service Since 1921

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Virtual Meetings until further notice - Please email for info admin@lubbockrotary.org
1520 13th Street
FUMC - Christian Life Center
Lubbock, TX 79401
United States of America

Phone:
(806) 785-3030
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The Rotary Club of Lubbock has not skipped a step, despite the challenges related to COVID-19.
We have converted our weekly meetings to a virtual platform until further notice.
If you are interested in joining our weekly meeting in the cyber world, please contact us at admin@lubbockrotary.org.
We'd be happy to hear from you!
 
 

For over 99 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. 

Join us in our journey to improve human lives in our region and around the world!

 
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