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Welcome to our Club!


We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Canyon Creek
1411 Shilo Dr.
Nampa, ID  83687
United States
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Click here to register yourself and a guest for the Hope House BBQ & Playground Dedication.  Member meals will be paid by the club.  Guest meals will cost $11.00.  You can pay with cash or check at the event.  



Rotary clubs of District 6200 are collecting relief funds to help thousands of victims after record flooding devastated communities in southern Louisiana, USA, earlier this month. Torrential rains caused rivers, streams, and bayous to swell, damaging or destroying more than 60,000 homes and killing at least 13 people.

The U.S. Coast Guard and emergency responders helped rescue more than 30,000 residents from the rising flood waters. As of 25 August, more than 3,000 residents were still in emergency shelters even after the water receded.

Donate to District 6200 disaster relief fund.





The good you do comes back to you.

Rotary's member benefits program gives Rotary and Rotaract club members access to discounts on a variety of products and services selected with their interests in mind.





Rotary Global Rewards offers discounts on vehicle rentals, hotels, dining, and entertainment. Products and services from companies around the world are being added every week. Check back often to see what’s new in Rotary Global Rewards.

Tell us how you've benefited from Rotary Global Rewards. Share your #rotarystory on social media or email us at


Anyone can view the offers and discounts on Rotary Global Rewards. But onlyRotary and Rotaract club members who are signed in to their My Rotary accounts can redeem them. You can access and redeem rewards from your computer, smartphone, or tablet.

Rotaractors must be in our records to redeem or add offers on Rotary Global Rewards. If after signing in to your My Rotary account, you are unable to use Rotary Global Rewards, send your Rotaract club name and membership start date using your My Rotary sign-in email so we can update your membership in our database. Please allow 3-5 business days for the change to take effect.

If you need help creating a My Rotary account, review the How to create a My Rotary account quick guide (PDF).


Rotary and Rotaract club members can now offer discounts on products and services from their own businesses. You can choose to make your offer available to people in your community, your region, or around the world.

After signing in to your My Rotary account, select the Create a New Offer tab on Rotary Global Rewards. Need more help? Refer to How to create an offer (PDF).

Create your own offer.



For questions related to a specific offer, please contact the company directly using the contact information in the offer. If you're unable to resolve the issue with the company, please tell us so we can troubleshoot the problem. Select the flagged link under Claim Offer.

All offers are subject to availability and may change or be withdrawn at any time. Additional restrictions may apply. See the provider’s terms and conditions for more information.

Still have questions? Contact us so we can help.






A 6.2-magnitude earthquake struck central Italy early Wednesday, killing more than 240 people and trapping an unknown number beneath rubble. Tremors were felt as far away as Rome, 100 km (65 miles) southwest of the quake's epicenter.

International disaster relief agency and Rotary International project partner ShelterBox is sending a response team from its headquarters in the United Kingdom to the remote mountainous area of Italy where the destruction is most severe. The response team will arrive Friday, 26 August, to assess the area's needs.

Luca Della Volta, president of ShelterBox Italia, the affiliate organization in Genoa, will accompany the response team. Della Volta is working with the Rotary Club of Rieti in District 2080, the club closest to the earthquake-affected sites, and will meet with officials of the Italian Civil Protection Department, fire department, and Red Cross to coordinate efforts.

If families and individuals made homeless by the disaster need emergency shelter, ShelterBox will send tents and other equipment from its locations in Italy and other sites across Europe. Della Volta says the most urgent need is for tents and relief supplies for the hospital of Rieti, where most of the patients from the destroyed hospital in Amatrice were taken.

"I am truly heartbroken over what has happened," says Della Volta, charter president of the Rotary E-Club of 2042 Italia. "As Rotarians, we are always available to help people in need."

Follow ShelterBox on Twitter for the latest updates.

Learn how you can help at ShelterBox.


WOW....Just WOW!!!  Take a few minutes and watch this video....

Save the date for the fall Rotary Foundation seminar in your region:  Sept. 10 in Pocatello, Sept. 24 in Boise and Oct. 15 in Twin Falls.  Learn about Annual Fund-SHARE and the effort to eradicate polio.  Learn about reporting requirements for district grants and hear the stories of Rotarians working throughout the world on global grant projects.  Is there something in particular you’d like us to include?  Let me know:

Becoming a Paul Harris Fellow is an honor to Rotarians.  Frank Lara has accumulated an abundance of Paul Harris Fellow points and has generously offered to transfer some of his extra points to a Nampa Rotary member or members who are working towards becoming a Paul Harris Fellow.  Email Frank at and let him know what your needs are.  He may be able to assist you.    
Thank you, Frank, for your kindness!! 

There are many ways you can serve our Rotary Club.  Volunteer to work on a committee, lead a project, take attendance, organize an event, serve on the Board or work on Fellowship. Below are some needs we have right now.  Can you help and assist us in "Rotary Serving Humanity"?
  We still need volunteers to assist with various committees and projects.  Please take a few moments to consider helping in one or more of these areas:
     *  Mentoring/Red Badge Program
     *  Boys & Girls Club Banquet
     *  Festival of Trees Banquet
     *  Rotary Ad Sponsorship for our Nampa Rotary website 
     *  Coats For Kids Drive
     *  Angel Tags 
     *  Rake Up Nampa 
     *  Salvation Army Bell Ringing
     *  Relay For Life 2017 (Team Captain)
     *  Rotary Youth Exchange
     *  RYE Counselor 

In setting our goals, as your president for our 2016-2017 year, I was very aggressive in certain areas in particular, and one challenge I want to specifically achieve, among many, is to increase our membership by 10+.  This means not only attracting new ideal and service-above-self type of members to our vibrant club but also retaining and engaging our current awesome members.  Right now we have 65 members.  The new goal is to end the year strong with 75 members.  Now, I know that is aggressive, but I feel we have all the right members who can attract new members.  We are strong and have a great club with dedicated, committed and deeply caring Rotarians, and...dang....people like us!  They want to be part of what we have!  The more we can share our love for Rotary and spread the good, the more I feel like we can grow.  The more we grow, the more good we can do together in this world.  
So I'm asking for your help!  I challenge you to tell others about us often, to bring guests and introduce them to our world, and to get engaged in your club!  Be the Rotarian you wish to be, and share your passion with those you feel would be a good fit for our Rotary family.
Don't forget to participate in our centennial celebration for the Rotary Foundation that our Committee put together.  Post and hashtag photos of your involvement, and even your family's involvement, doing good in our community.  If you search, the hashtag phrase types as all one word together with the number sign in front of it on FACEBOOK, Twitter, Instagram, or even just a google search of #100actsofgood will show you how others are doing good all over the world:  #100actsofgood....let's make this movement bigger than #PokemonGo!  (:
Many thanks for all that each of you do to serve humanity through Rotary!

Are you reading your "the rotarian" magazine?  It is full of great information and articles!  You can also view it online at the link below.  Check it out!

WAYS TO GIVE  Rotary Direct:


If you have not already done so, please login to Clubrunner, and update your profile and your picture.  You can do that by logging into  Please also add your birthday (including the year) and the male/female information, so we can accurately track our club statistics for Rotary International. 

If you have any trouble, let Rhea or Rhonda know, and they will help you.   



Boise Sunrise Rotary and Boise Southwest Rotary are pleased to present the 8th Annual LobsterFest Fundraiser on Friday, September 9. All proceeds from this evening of great food and fun directly benefit charitable organizations in the Treasure Valley, including Hope House, as well as Rotary youth programs.
What:          8th Annual Rotary LobsterFest
Where:        CenturyLink Arena
       233 S. Capitol Blvd.
When:          Friday, Sept. 9
                   Doors at 5 p.m.
Everyone is invited to enjoy this great evening of fresh Maine lobster (or steak), silent and live auctions, drinks and entertainment. The event also includes a delicious dessert auction!
We anticipate welcoming 600 guests to LobsterFest this year. Non-Rotarians are encouraged to attend!
Individual LobsterFest tickets are $75, and corporate tables of 8 are available for $550. All money raised goes to support youth programs in the Treasure Valley.
Buy individual tickets or a table today at:


Nampa Rotary Club

PO Box 955

Nampa, ID    83653

Aug 30, 2016
CWI Leadership Team Member
What is new at CWI?
Sep 06, 2016
No Noon Lunch
We will meet at Hope House for an evening BBQ & Play Ground Dedication - See Events to Register
Sep 13, 2016
David Peterson - Superintendent, Nampa School Dist
The new image and brand of the Nampa School District
Sep 20, 2016
Melissa O'Berto - College of Idaho Rotaract Club
The Rotaract attraction and lessons learned in Washington DC
Oct 11, 2016
Sandy Anderson, Executive Director, Buy Idaho
The Importance of Buying Local
Nov 15, 2016
Joel Pearsall, President, NNU
An update from Northwest Nazarene University
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