Rotary President Melinda Fries presented Glenn Raef, president of the Laclede County Fair Board, with a check for $10,000 for the final payment of the Youth in Agriculture Project The three year project was a $30,000 commitment for the purchase of new livestock panels at the Lebanon Agricultural Legacy Center used by the youth of Laclede county.
Rotary President John Gideon thanks the club for the opportunity to serve as president of the club for the 2021 -22 Rotary year.
2022 Melva Palmer Ellis Scholarship recipeints: Kayln Rogers and Myah Hough of Lebanon High School with Rotary President John Gideon and LHS Principal Kati O'Quinn. Congratulations to the Melva Palmer Ellis Scholarship Recipients.
Rotarian Nick presents the Lebanon Rotary Clubs first meeting program via Zoom - Representing Kids
The donation of $2,020 was made possible from catering costs not incurred during four weeks of cancelled meetings due to COVID-19 social distance guidelines. This provided Lebanon Rotary members with the opportunity to make a difference in our community by helping area food pantries feed our neighbors in need!
The Lebanon Rotary Club and many individual Rotarians assisted in establishing the new Library Center in Lebanon. Many Rotarians took leadership roles in fundraising for the library and the club raised $66,000 over three years to help establish the Route 66 Museum. In 2008 the club donated the Message Marquee for the Library Center, and in 2013 established the Garden of Peace at the Library Center.
Rotary President Debbie Moore welcomes Rotarians and guests to the Lebrary Celetration