Upcoming Speakers
Henderson Bay High School
Apr 03, 2018
Interact Club -

Bob Anderson - Robing Malich and students from Henderson Bay High School Interact Club will provide us with entertainment and information on what is going on at Henderson Bay High School.  Bob Anderson will also present information on the Suicide Prevention program that has been implemented throughout the Peninsula School system

Sally Porter Smith
Apr 17, 2018 5:00 PM
1st Annual Rotary 5020 District Wide Service Project
Mary Gorman
Jun 05, 2018
The Remann Hall Book Club
Past Speakers
Robert Ezelle/ JBLM
Mar 06, 2018
Cascadia Earthquake Preparations for Gig Harbor
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Foundation Chair
Welcome To Gig Harbor North Rotary
Rotary Club of Gig Harbor North - Since our club's inception we have impacted our local community and our International friends.  Some of our activities include traveling to a remote village in Peru to create a computer lab and traveling with high school students to Guatemala in the mountains above Lake Atitlan to work on a “refugio" for the Opal House.  We have supported Food Backpacks4Kids, secured and implemented grant monies to assist homeless families.  Our annual fundraiser, The Galloping Gertie is always a fun and profitable venture!
Come be a part of this "Service Above Self" Rotary club!
Our annual fund raiser will be Saturday, August 11, 2018        http://www.galloping-gertie.com/
Home Page Stories
Our incoming President Lou Melendez attended a weekend training conference with the theme of "Be The Inspiration".  He was thrilled to meet again former Rotary International President Rick King.  It was special because Rick King was the person who presented Lou with his first Paul Harris award as a non-Rotarian at the time.
All three Rotary clubs of Gig Harbor honored Robin Malich, John Dionas and Kurt Grimmer at our Star of the Year Award Ceremony.  The recipients were presented with a Paul Harris Fellow award in recognition of their service contributions to our community. 
Members and honored guests attended a celebration where contributions were made to Food Backpacks 4 Kids, Communities in Schools, Children's Home Society and Mary Bridge Children's Hospital. 
These contributions were made possible by our Galloping Gertie annual fundraiser.  Aaron Womack was honored as a Paul Harris recipient for his dedication to this event.
Our next Galloping Gertie will be Aug. 11, 2018.   http://www.galloping-gertie.com/event-info/

Join us on Saturday, August 11th as you cross the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. This out and back course offers some of the most gorgeous views in the northwest and gives participants a once in a lifetime opportunity to race across the bridge. Offering a Half Marathon, 10K Run, 5K Run/Walk and Kid’s Run, there is something for the whole family!

The Rotary Club of Gig Harbor North supports many local causes and charities including both Peninsula and Gig Harbor High Schools, Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital, Children’s Home Society, Communities in Schools and Food Backpacks4Kids.
Club Information

Rotary Club of Gig Harbor North

Gig Harbor North

Service Above Self

First Tuesday of the month at 5-6pm, second meeting/event each month per calendar
Milgard Medical Pavilion at St Anthony Hospital
11511 Canterwood Blvd, 2nd Floor
Smalling Family Educaction Center
Gig Harbor, WA  98332
United States
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