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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





Lebanon Rotary Clubs Three Year Project - Donating $40,000 to the Lebanon High School Library Renovation.

January 23, 2014 the Lebanon Rotary Club along with many other donors in the community received recognition for their support of the LHS Library Project.


Lebanon Rotary Club's Three Year Project - LHS Library
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Share Your Christmas - December 19, 2014


Share Your Christmas 2014
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Koats for Kids - Lebanon Rotarians Distributed coats, hats and gloves to students in need in all buildings in the Lebanon, Conway, and Joel E. Barber Schools and Head Start.


Koats for Kids - November 24, 2014
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Lebanon Rotary President Joe Knapp presents District Rotary Foundation Chair Raymond Plue a check for $2,360 for the Rotary Foundation Polio Plus Program. The foundation will match our amount to bring the total to $4,720.












Rotary Route 66 5 K Run

Rotary Route 66 5K Run
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New Member Orientation - October 7,2014



Brumley Gospel Sing Valet Parking - 2014


Brumley Sing 2014
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Scheduled Programs:





February 26th Program - Wayne Merritt 

                                             Laclede County Sheriff


March 5th Program -- Donnie Raef -

                                      History of Laclede County


March 10th & 11th -- Choices Program at Joel E.



March 12th Program -- Dr. David Daniels, Ph. D.

             Learn Geography to Understand the World


March 19th Program -- Pat Curry

                           Economic Development Specialist


March 21st -- Rotary Pancake Day


March 31st -- Rotary Board Meeting 






Lebanon Rotary Club's newest Paul Harris Fellows:  Ginger Johnson, Donti Hawkins and Brian Hash. 
District Rotary Foundation Chairman Raymond Plue presents Bill Lewis and Tom O'Neil with their Paul Harris Fellow Plus pins.
Rotary Club President Joe Knapp presents Lebanon Rotary Club's new member Rachelle Jennings with her Rotary pen.
The Lebanon Rotary Club welcomes its newest members:
Judy Kile
(pictured left)
Carrie Plassmeyer (pictured right)
 Lebanon Rotary
Club's Newest 
  Michael Kirkland and Maria Weddle