Rotary Club of Eureka & District 5130

The Rotary Club of Eureka is part of Rotary International District 5130. District 5130 runs from Napa and Sonoma in the South up to the Oregon border!

Learn more about our club at
www.rotary1.org

and more about District 5130 at
www.rotary5130.org

Upcoming Guest Speakers

**Meetings are temporarily on Zoom due to COVID-19 concerns. Please email info@rotary1.org for information or to attend a meeting.**

Latest on the Rotary BURL

June 28, 2021

President Mindy Sehon opened her last meeting of the year at 12:35pm in person at the Inn at 2nd and C in Eureka! The invocation was provided by Anthony Stubbs who gave a heartfelt thank you to Mindy for her leadership and provided an inspirational quote about leadership. Mindy acknowledged

June 21, 2021

Mindy Sehon opened the meeting at 12:25pm. The flag salute was given. Jera Newland gave the inspirational minute and provided a quote by Robert Kennedy. Mindy talked about the Fallen firefighter memorial at Clarks Plaza and Rotary Club of Eureka’s contribution. Klark Swan was recently in the news regarding her

June 14, 2021

The meeting was called to order at 12:25pm by President Mindy Sehon. This was a hybrid meeting.  Participants were in – person at the Elks Lodge and attending via Zoom. Flag salute was led by: Jera Newland Inspirational moment was led by: Klark Swan Dr. Kim Bauriedel talked about our

June 7, 2021

The Rotary Club of Eureka meeting was called to order by President Mindy Sehon at noon.  This is the first hybrid meeting of the club since we started meeting online because of COVID-19 concerns.  Attendees now have the option of meeting in-person or online.  There were 4 people attending online

May 24, 2021

The meeting was opened at noon by President Mindy Sehon via Zoom with 29 members in attendance. We heard from some of our winners for the Hegy and Wolford Scholarships. Blaine O’Shaughnessy gave a presentation on founding member, John Albert Wagner.  There wasn’t a lot of information available so Blaine

May 17, 2021

President Mindy Sehon called the meeting to order at noon, via Zoom, with 28 people in attendance. We broke into small groups for table talk. The inspirational thought was provided by Bruce Rupp. Natalie from Lost Coast Rotaract said they just had their first face to face meeting.  India is

May 10, 2021

President Mindy Sehon called the meeting to order at noon, via Zoom, with 23 people in attendance. We broke into small groups for table talk. Birthdays this week: Dale Warmuth & Carlton Nielsen.  Lane Strope and Kurt Bartel have anniversaries this week.. Dr. Kim Bauriedel talked about our three latest

May 3, 2021

President Mindy Sehon is out of town so president-elect Klark Swan led the meeting. Klark Swan called the meeting to order at noon via noon with 20 people in attendance. We broke into small groups for table talk. Greg Williston provided the thought of the day: May first was May

April 26, 2021

President Mindy Sehon called the meeting to order at noon, via Zoom, with 26 people in attendance. Inspirational moment- Carly Robbins.  Today is national story day. Carly read this thought, “The courage to share your story might be the very thing someone needs to have hope.” Carly encouraged everyone to

The Four-Way Test

The Four-Way Test is a test used by Rotarians world-wide as a moral code for personal and business relationships. The test can be applied to almost any aspect of life. The test was scripted by Herbert J. Taylor an American from Chicago as he set out to save a distribution company from bankruptcy. It was later adopted by Rotary International.

Is it the TRUTH?

There is a timelessness in truth that is unchangeable. Truth cannot exist without justice.

Is it FAIR to all concerned?

The substitution of fairness for the harsh principles of doing business at arm’s length has improved rather than hurt business relationships.

Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?

Man is by nature a cooperative creature and it is his natural instinct to express love.

Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

This question eliminates the dog-eat-dog mentality and substitutes the idea of constructive and creative competition.