Club Information

Welcome the Altus Rotary Club!

Altus

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Western Oklahoma State College
2801 North Main
Multi Purpose Center
Altus, OK  73521
United States
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Home Page Stories
2017-2018 Jr. Rotarians from Altus High School.
Nine Seniors each received a $500 scholarship from the Altus Rotary Club.
Altus Teens Interact's officer induction Luigis. Maggie Templer Sasse, teacher coordinator, along with Rotary President Mary Beth Tischler and New Generation director Steve Cesar were also in attendance. Mary Beth conducted the Oath of office with new President, Amy Dantzler. Amy in turn administered the oath of office to Ryan Oden (VP) and Jonathan Wathen (Secretary).
2017 Jackson County Free Fair.  Great job Turtle Wranglers.   
A shout out to our Roteract and Interact students helping out.

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Western Oklahoma State College Rotoract Club sold WOSC Pioneer Perks cards in support of their college. 
With their part of the proceeds of the sales, the Rotoract Club donated half to the Rotary Foundation for the Polio eradication.
Pictured is WOSC Rotoract sponsor Jimmy Poe, Kassidy Snelling, Altus Rotary Club President Allen Sasse.

 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Treasurer
Sergeant-at-Arms
International Service
New Generations Service
Community Service
Immediate Past President
Vocational Service
Programs Director
Club Chaplain
Jr Rotarian Program/Scholarships
Song Leader
Song Leader
Song Leader
The Rotary Foundation
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Melodies and memories

The nonprofit Music Mends Minds, launched by Rotary member Carol Rosenstein, provides people with memory loss an opportunity to reconnect through song.

Imagine Melbourne

Join us to Imagine What’s Next at the 2023 Rotary International Convention in Australia

Rotary and ShelterBox renew global partnership

Rotary and ShelterBox renew global partnership

Why Rotary is committed to mangroves

When Lindy Knowles thinks back to his childhood in the Bahamas, a particular tree is the backdrop of the best memories: the mangrove. Spindly, with twisted roots, mangroves thrive in tidal areas around the islands, including a creek near his grandmother’s house. Knowles learned to fish among

Houston clubs raise awareness about the environment, human trafficking

Convention attendees are encouraged to learn about what Houston Rotary members are doing to combat two issues facing their community.