Welcome to Lake Placid

imageThe Lake Placid Noon Rotary is one of two Rotary Clubs in Lake Placid, Florida. Of course, visiting Rotarians are always welcome, but anyone is free to attend a meeting to learn more about Rotary. We meet Thursdays at noon; to find us, click here or on the next meeting date on the calendar at the right.

Please consider joining our Rotary Club (or one in your hometown). You don't need a special invitation to be a part of the world's first service organization. If you're not interested in joining at this time, be sure to support Rotary projects by attending events and taking part in fund raising. Your support makes it possible for us to continue with our projects

Rotary Rocks!

imageRotary International is the world's first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide. Rotary club members are volunteers who work locally, regionally, and internationally to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate polio under the motto Service Above Self.

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Each year, the incoming International President chooses a theme that personifies his or her focus for the upcoming year.Gary Huang, this year's President, has chosen the motto, "Light Up Rotary ".

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Rotary Park Brick Project

image As an ongoing fundraiser for our Rotary Park Project, we sell commemorative bricks to be placed in the walkway of the park. This is a wonderful way to memoralize someone, honor loved ones, or just show your support for the good Rotary has done in Lake Placid. The form to purchase a brick can be found here. Fill it out (on line or after printing) and mail to the address on the form.

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Wild Game Dinner

These photos are from previous Wild Game Dinners. For the past 7 years, the Lake Placid Noon Rotary Club has held this event, which has raised close to $200,000. The money is used to fund scholarships for local students, provide medical and emergency equipment to disaster victims and many other local and international projects. Click on any thumbnail to see the full image.
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Just what do people eat at a Wild Game Dinner? And who cooks all that food? Once again, our volunteers step up to the plate...er, kettle to cook up a variety of fun foods! Roast hog, corn on the cob, trail fuel (baked beans), catfish, frog legs, alligator ribs and tail, snake cake, swamp cabbage, sausage and more. Yes, people really DO eat all that stuff. We couldn't make it up!!