Why Seattle 4?

CONNECT

Of thousands of Rotary clubs in the world today, Seattle was number four, and we’ve been growing ever since. It’s a legacy that our business and community leaders take seriously, gathering weekly to manifest the Rotarian ideals of friendship, fellowship, and service. As one of the world’s largest Rotary clubs, we can and do make big things happen in our local and global communities. 

Over the decades, Rotary Club of Seattle has provided a forum for prominent people from business, civic, and academia in the United States and around the world. They have found the club to be an excellent venue to present their views on topical issues and encourage support for their programs and causes

BENEFITS

  • Leadership Opportunities
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Service Opportunities
  • International, Cultural and Travel Opportunities
  • Diversity & Friendship
  • Community Involvement
  • Special Events
  • Exclusive Presentations

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UPCOMING

WEDNESDAY LUNCHEON
January 24 at the Hilton

Challenges to US National Security

Seattle Rotarian Jill Dougherty will be speaking with General Barry McCaffrey (Ret.) about the national security challenges facing the United States around the globe. This promises to be a very enlightening conversation given their combined experience.

Jill is a Distinguished Visiting Practitioner at the University of Washington’s Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, a Global Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C., and a CNN Contributor. She served as a CNN correspondent for three decades, reporting from more than 50 countries, including Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, China, North Korea and Russia.  

Barry McCaffrey served in the United States Army for 32 years.  When he retired in 1996, he was the most decorated General serving in the United States Army, having been awarded three Purple Heart Medals for wounds received in combat, two Distinguished Service Crosses (the nation’s second highest award for valor), and two Silver Stars for valor. He served overseas for more than 12 years and four combat tours with the 82nd Airborne Division, the Vietnamese Airborne Division, the 1st Cavalry Division, and the 24th Mechanical Infantry Division.

Meeting Information


We meet Wednesdays at 12:00pm at various venues across downtown Seattle. Check our calendar for details. 

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