It's time to get started on our annual dictionary project. Paul Halliday and Steve Knudsen place Rotary labels in dictionaries for each 3rd grade student.
We welcome Brian Lingle into the Rotary Club of Sugar House. Brian has been a member of the Juneau, Alaska Rotary Club prior to comming to Salt Lake City.
The Day's of 47 Royalty paid their annual visit to the Sugar House Club.
Amanda King was inducted into the Rotary Club of Sugar House on June 2nd 2016. Amanda is a Realtor with Equity Premier.
Barry Bank and E. J. Passey receiving special Paul Harris Fellow awards, presented by Errol EsrNisse and Don Bean of behalf of the Rotary Club of Sugar House. Barry (Paul Harris+2) and E. J. (Paul Harris + 5) were being honored for their years of service with the Chili open, our club's main event. A standing ovation from the club members was richly deserved.
Westminster College held a day of service. 150 elementary students from South Salt Lake Participated. Rotary Club of Sugar House helped as well. This was to help refugee families.
We have a new mailing address for the Rotary Club of Sugar House.
of Sugar House
P.O. Box 901252
Sandy, Utah 84090
WELCOME TO THE SUGAR HOUSE ROTARY CLUB!
"The sweetest Club in all of Rotary!"
Also home to the Sugar House's famous Utah Chili Open!
Sugar House Rotary Club is arguably the most active, fun, and the fastest growing Rotary Clubs in Utah. Our 46 engaging members hail from all different types of industries and professions. Our members are a friendly, sociable, and very welcoming group.
Our Club holds weekly meetings each Thursday at noon. Each week, we enjoy each other's company, and are treated to great speakers and programs as we enjoy lunch together. Check out our Bulletin to see what is going on each week.
We hope you'll visit our Club as our guest - you'll be greeted by friendly folks who will help you feel at home right away. You will be officially welcomed by a special song, and we guarantee that our good-natured humor will leave you with a smile.
"SERVICE ABOVE SELF"
Since 1910, the Rotary Motto has been “Service Above Self.” The Object of Rotary is to “encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise.” Rotary is the largest service organization in the world.
Rotary strives to achieve it’s objective of “Service Above Self” through activities in five primary areas. These are often referred to as The Five Avenues of Service. The Fifth and newest Avenue of Service was recently approved by Rotary International, and is called "New Generations".
To learn more, please visit the Five Avenues of Service. To learn about the amazing service Sugar House Rotary is involved with and performs right here in our communities, please visit our SERVICE PAGE.
Message From Our President
Welcome to Sugar House Rotary Club's website - the sweetest club in Rotary! Our club #1085 in Rotary District # 5420 is one of 46 Rotary clubs in the state of Utah. Sugar House Rotary club is composed of 46 very active business and professional men and women.
The motto of Rotary International is "Service Above Self", and our goal as a club is to show through how we live our lives that we truly practice that motto. We will achieve our goals this year and have fun by working together and by cooperating with other clubs. Our service projects will represent the Five Avenues of Service - and traditionally, we are one of the leading clubs in the district to do so.
Our weekly meetings are held in the Forest Dale golf course club house (located at 2375 South 900 East) in Salt Lake City, Utah. Each week, our programs include informative speakers who keep our club up to date and involved in our community. We want to do all we can to improve the unique and historic community of Sugar House, where we live and do business.
We encourage prospective members to join with us in fellowship and good will as we work toward our goals of service in our community and the world. The Rotary theme for 2016-2017, as announced by our incoming International President, John F. Germ is "ROTARY SERVING HUMANITY". We will strive as a club to indeed become more engaged in Rotary projects and thus see meaningful changes in the lives of those we serve. We invite you to inquire and join with us in this quest.
Ken Simpson, President
The Rotary Club of Sugar House, 2016-2017