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Rotary Club of Lebanon, Missouri

Celebrating 76 Years of Service Above Self

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The Rotary Club of

Lebanon, Missouri


Engage Rotary, Change Lives


Rotary International is an association of Rotary clubs world-wide. It is made up of more than 33,000 Rotary clubs in over 200 countries and geographical areas. The members of these autonomous clubs are called Rotarians, and they form a global network of 1.2 million business and professional leaders, all volunteering their time and talents to serve their communities and the world.


The Rotary Club of Lebanon, Missouri was established in 1936 by twenty business and professional leaders in Lebanon and Laclede county focusing on serving the needs of individuals, organizations, and nonprofit groups in the Lebanon and the Laclede County area.  Today our club has over 120 members serving others above self.






    The Lebanon Rotary club meets at the Wallace Building, 325 Harwood Avenue, Lebanon, MO every Thursday at noon.



Find Lebanon Rotary Club on Facebook at:!/pages/Lebanon-Rotary-Club-LRebanon-MO/324126427641006






The Lebanon Rotary Club's Route 66 5 K Run helped raise $7,200 for the Rotary Koats for Kids Program.




(Pictured Below) The Lebanon Rotary Club  donates $4000 to Lebanon R-3 schools for student's needs. These funds are raised through the club's weekly trivia questions.





Pictured Below: President John Carr challenged fellow Rotarians to be thinking about setting a three to five year vision for the Lebanon Rotary Club, and focus on bringing new members into the club.



2015 - 2016 Rotarians of the Year!  (Pictured below)

Rotarians John Gideon, Carrie Plassmeyer, and Dusty Childress were awarded the Rotarian of the Year Award for the 2015 - 16 year for their work on Club Service; scheduling programs for all of the Rotary meetings through out the year.




The Lebanon Rotary Club awarded eleven Melva Palmer Ellis/Lebanon Rotary Club Scholarships last week. Nine $1,000 scholarships and two $500 scholarships were awarded to Lebanon High School and Conway High School Students who will be majoring in education in college. Pictured below in the front row, from left are LHS students Lily Woolsey, Kalie Berry, Connor Hicks and CHS student Hannah Eaton. In the back row from left scholarship committee chair Rotarian Bill Hash, LHS students Becca Tucker, Morgan Light, Carrington Peace, Luke Winfrey and Kenyon Breedlove, and CHS students Lillian Johnson and Hannah Yelvington.


















Scheduled Programs and Events:


November 3rd Program - Jordan Schanda -


                                             Preparing for Success


November 10th Program - Jim Sheldon

                                     DTE and future Business Plans


November 17th Program - Glen Commons

                                               Plight of the Monarch


November 24th - Thanksgiving - No Meeting


November 29th - Rotary Board Meeting


December 1st Program - Kevin Lowery

                                             LHS U


December 8th Program - LHS Choir - Ian Tapson


December 15th Program - Joy Weis

                                       Jordan Valley Health Center


December 22nd - No Meeting - Christmas Break


December 29th Program - Dr. Jeffrey Bond

                                              Medical Missions


January 5th Program - John Carr
                                         Vision 2019



Lebanon Rotary Club's New Member Orientation - October 17, 2016 


The Lebanon Rotary Club welcome its newest members:




Dr. David















Lebanon Rotary Club's New Members:










Rotary  Club


New Member


Linda Eidson





















Meet Lebanon Rotary Club's New Member:    

Elmer Nelson
Below Lebanon Rotary President John Carr presents new club member Elmer Nelson with his Rotary pin, club banner and Four-way Test, as his sponor Rotarian David Donnelly looks on.Donnelly looks on.




Lebanon Rotary President Donti Hawkins presents new Rotary member Donna Watkins her club banner.