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Board of Directors 2016-2019
Board of Directors 2016-2019
Board of Directors 2016-2019
Board of Directors 2016-2019
Board of Directors 2017-2020
Board of Directors 2017-2020
Board of Directors 2017-2020
Board of Directors 2018-2021
Board of Directors 2017-2020
Board of Directors 2018-2021
Board of Directors 2018-2021
Board of Directors 2018-2021
 

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Club Information

Welcome The Rotary Club of Lubbock, Texas!

Lubbock

Tradition in Service Since 1921

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
First United Methodist Church
1520 13th Street
Christian Life Center
Lubbock, TX  79401
United States

Phone:
(806) 785-3030
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Home Page Stories

For over 97 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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Teaching to save babies

Two Rotarian pediatricians – one in Ethiopia and the other in California – connected to save babies’ lives with the help of a vocational training

Go on journey with polio vaccinator in Uganda

Climb every mountainA Rotaractor ventures deep into her native Uganda with a polio vaccination team as part of Rotary’s newest virtual reality film, Two Drops of

Brazil Rotary member on mission to eliminate hepatitis

Our worldMission to eliminate hepatitisIn 2010, Humberto Silva was getting ready to travel from Brazil to South Africa to watch his country’s soccer team play in

2019-20 Rotary president selected

Mark Daniel Maloney selected to be 2019-20 Rotary

Rotary gives millions in grants to fight polio 2018

Rotary announces US $96.5 million to end polioEVANSTON, Ill. (August 15, 2018) — Rotary today announced nearly $100 million in grants to support the global effort to end polio, a vaccine-preventable disease that once paralyzed hundreds of