Club Information

Welcome the Altus Rotary Club!

Altus

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Western Oklahoma State College
2801 North Main
Multi Purpose Center
Altus, OK  73521
United States
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Home Page Stories
2017-2018 Jr. Rotarians from Altus High School.
Nine Seniors each received a $500 scholarship from the Altus Rotary Club.
2017 Jackson County Free Fair.  Great job Turtle Wranglers.   
A shout out to our Roteract and Interact students helping out.

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Western Oklahoma State College Rotoract Club sold WOSC Pioneer Perks cards in support of their college. 
With their part of the proceeds of the sales, the Rotoract Club donated half to the Rotary Foundation for the Polio eradication.
Pictured is WOSC Rotoract sponsor Jimmy Poe, Kassidy Snelling, Altus Rotary Club President Allen Sasse.

Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect Nominee
Treasurer
Sergeant-at-Arms
Immediate Past President
Director Community Service
Rotaract Sponsor
Director of Membership
Director Club Services
Director New Generations
Director International Service
Director Vocational Service
The Rotary Foundation
Public Relations
Club Chaplain
Jr Rotarian Program coordinator
Programs Coordinator
Song Leader
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Healthier lives ahead for South Pacific children

Rotary’s Give Every Child a Future program vaccinates 100,000 young people

At convention find breakouts tailored to you

Take away bold ideas about how to improve your club experience, your community, and the world from breakout sessions at the Rotary convention in Singapore.

A labor of love

Supported by a Rotary Programs of Scale award, an initiative in Nigeria seeks to remedy the country’s high instances of maternal death

Heat is on for urban planners

As temperatures rise, cities transform heat islands with tree cover, “cool pavement,” and other adaptations.

Food of the future

Breadfruit, a starchy fruit long a staple in the tropics, is attracting new interest globally as farmers and scientists search for crops that are hardier while still nutrient dense.