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Welcome to The Rotary Club of Lubbock!
Since 1921, we have led the way in Service Above Self in Lubbock and the surrounding area, and our Tradition in Service is still going strong.
Our club has supported many different organizations and charitable efforts, with our main service project being the South Plains Food Bank, which was founded by fellow Rotarian Ray Diekemper in 1983.
As the largest Rotary club in Lubbock and in Rotary District 5730, we believe there is tremendous power in bringing people and resources together to improve lives in our communities.
Internationally, Rotary International is very close to eliminating Polio worldwide, which proves the impact that teamwork and goodwill among like-minded people can make.
As such, we are a non-religious, non-political organization that has stepped in to accept challenges that were previously thought impossible to resolve.
Our club meets weekly for lunch on Wednesdays. Meetings are always a great time of good food, compelling programs, fellowship, and a good opportunity to learn more about us.
Contact us a (806) 785-3030 or admin@lubbockrotary.org  for more information.