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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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Nampa Rotarians purchasing "coats for kids" at Burlington Coat Factory for The Salvation Army Nampa Idaho.  JB Miesegaes is chairing this project and doing a great job!  You can still bring coats to our meeting on Tuesday.  Let's keep our local kids warm this winter! 



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Friday night fellowship! Thank you to Corey DuPont at Therapeutic Associates Physical Therapy - Nampa for hosting your fellow Rotarians!

Thank you to JB Miesegaes for organizing a great Rotary Fellowship at Smoky Mountain Pizzeria after buying Coats For Kids on Saturday evening!

We are pleased to join the Rotary Club of Canyon Sunrise from 5-7 pm Oct. 24 at the Nampa Public Library to raise awareness about World Polio Day. Learn more about the need to eradicate polio with a walk in downtown Nampa.


October is harvest season!  All the seeds you spread and planted are now being harvested and enjoyed by all.  Figuratively speaking, all the seeds we've been working hard to plant are growing in our Rotary Club!  We are making more and more progress each day in growing and sustaining our vibrant club... all thanks to YOU!   If you have not yet engaged on a committee or had some type of task or duty to help your leaders and committee chairs, now is the time to jump in, even if its something small, it all adds up to making our club great, and many hands make light work! 

October is Economic & Community Development Month and our Programs Committee, chaired by Ms. Rhonda VanOrder, has been hard at work lining up some great speakers for you.  Here is a link to see how others are taking action this month to connect, partner and serve through Rotary:
Don't forget your Coats!  Thank you to the Service Project Committee, Chaired by Michael Fuss and his Coats for Kids subcommittee, led by our new member but long time Rotarian, J.B. Miesegaes.  I am excited for this project and for J.B. to be engaged in our club!  
October 24th is World Polio Day! our Foundation Committee, chaired by Mrs. Marie Baker has an awesome event planned that I do hope you will take a little time and participate with us at the Library Square in downtown Nampa on the 24th!  Look here to see what others around the globe are doing too, and to see a live stream on Oct. 24th
Coming up next,  November is Foundation month... we have some exciting organizations benefiting from our Rotary Club of Nampa Community Foundation, Chaired by Mr. Andy Dodson... don't miss this special day on Nov. 1st.  Then our Foundation Committee, Chaired by Mrs. Marie Baker has a great day planned for Nov. 8th (election day - don't forget to vote!).
Did you see the awesome coverage in the newspaper of our Dictionary Project?  Thank you to our Public Image Committee, co-chaired by Mrs. Vickie Holbrook and Mrs. Amy Stahl and a special thanks to our Services Committee, and specifically Mrs. Lynn Caba and Mr. Dan Walters for a successful and fun project!  
If you are a new Member within the past two years, please be sure to attend the New Member Orientation by our Membership Committee, chaired by Mrs. Laura Alveraz-Shrag. The date is October 25, 8:30 - 9:30am.
Finally, thank you to our Fellowship Committee, chaired by David Njeely for helping to line up our Fellowships!  Our sponsor Corey Dupont has a great fellowship planned for us Friday, October 21st at 4pm at his office. 
I just love to see all this fresh and vibrant activity with our members and really want to encourage anyone interested to get involved, and find your place in our Rotary family! Help us grow and reap the harvest!  
Remember, the good you do... comes back to you! 
Yours in Rotary,

What a wonderful evening of fellowship, fun and amazing community support for The Salvation Army Nampa Idaho at their annual dinner and auction event! Thank you to David Vauk CPA for sponsoring the Rotary table and to our fabulous Public Image Committee Chair Vickie Holbrook for decorating and orchestrating the table! 


Here is just a glimpse of what it looks like when a few great Rotary Club of Nampa Rotarians give out dictionaries to 3rd graders! Our club is handing a dictionary to every single 3rd grader in the Nampa School District and other Nampa area schools! These are for the kids to keep, take home and use!  #100ActsOfGood

*please note this photo was pre-approved to post, all children have image release forms on file at their school.





The Rotary Foundation has received the highest possible score from Charity Navigator, an independent evaluator of charities in the U.S.

In the most recent ratings, released on 1 September, The Rotary Foundation earned the maximum 100 points for both financial health and accountability and transparency.

The ratings reflect how efficiently Charity Navigator believes the Foundation will use donations, how well it has sustained programs and services, and its level of commitment to good governance and openness.

In the previous rating, the Foundation had received 97 points.




This is what happened at Rotary last week.......
President Rhea presented a blue badge to Randy Dewitt.  Congratulations Randy!
President Rhea gave a 4-way coin to birthday boy, Matt Davison.....Happy Birthday Matt!
Our speaker, Rep. Rick Youngblood, who represents District 12 in the Legislature, discussed changes in the state urban renewal law.  


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.




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 
     *  Angel Tags 
     *  Rake Up Nampa 
     *  Salvation Army Bell Ringing
     *  Relay For Life 2017 (Team Captain)
     *  Rotary Youth Exchange
     *  RYE Counselor 

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.   




Nampa Rotary Club

PO Box 955

Nampa, ID    83653

Oct 25, 2016
Jennifer Roark, Third District Guardian ad Litem
Advocates for Idaho’s abused and neglected children; Child protection cases and the CASA Program
Nov 08, 2016
Rotary Foundation
Rotarians making a difference around the world with your help
Nov 15, 2016
Joel Pearsall, President, NNU
An update from Northwest Nazarene University
Nov 29, 2016
Megan Simila, Boise State University TRIO Program
College Education Opportunity for First Generation and/or Limited-Income Students
Dec 20, 2016
Hope House Kids
Holiday Cheer from Hope House
Upcoming Events
  • World Polio Day
    Nampa Public Library Square
    Oct 24, 2016
    5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Vice President
Past President
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Board member 2017
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Board member 2018
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