Rotary is a community of 1.2 million men and women from all continents, cultures, professions, and experiences who connect through our local clubs. The Tigard Breakfast Rotary Club was chartered on May 14, 1993. We have been committed to bettering the community around us for the last 25 years through Service Above Self. We host a new speaker each week at our morning meetings. We welcome guests to our weekly meetings!
We host weekly meetings every Tuesday from 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM at Hudson Plaza: 12950 SW Pacific Hwy in Tigard Room 125 (Downstairs)
We host weekly meetings, social events, and community service projects!
CURRENT PROJECTS: Tigard K9-5K run, fundraiser for the Tigard Police K9 Program, Providing Dictionaries to every 3rd grade student in Tigard, Operation Warm coat donations, Cordero House - Janus Youth Programs, Tigard Balloon Festival, Pioneer Cemetery Clean Ups, Ronald McDonald House Dinners
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA)
Tigard SAFE Grad Night Sponsor
We invite members of the Meet Up community to visit as prospect members. Membership in Rotary requires an application. Meeting fees range from $5-$10 per meeting depending on food. Meeting cost will be waived for prospect members wishing to come as our guest.
OUR VISION: "Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves."
Historic Cemetery Clean-up May 11, 2019
Tigard Breakfast Rotary and the Trinity Community Church are joining SOLVE and The Oregon Commission on Historic Cemeteries for the Annual Historic Cemetery Clean Up Day on May 11, 2019.
In preparation for Memorial Day, a clean-up has been planned for the Tigard Pioneer Sunset Cemetery located off Canterbury Lane & 109th Ave in Tigard. from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Saturday, May 11.
“Oregon’s historic cemeteries are sites of great cultural value,” said Kuri Gill, historic cemeteries and grants coordinator with Oregon Parks and Recreational Department (ORDP). “They face many challenges including litter, over-growth of invasive species like thistle and ivy, moss covered monuments and general neglect.”
The public is invited to lend a hand with Memorial Day clean-up. Some gloves and tools will be available, but if you have your own, please bring them. We continue to remove invasive species, prune, mow, clean headstones and do whatever we can to preserve the cemetery.
The 6th Annual Tigard K9-5K will be on Saturday, Sept. 14th at 9:00 AM in Cook Park. We are always looking for volunteers to help on the race course or with vendors at the finish line. Let us know if you want to help!
IF YOU WANT TO RUN/WALK IN THE RACE, SIGN UP: www.Tigardk95k.com