The Rotary Club of Clackamas will host presentations by six Oregon gubernatorial candidates during the club’s weekly meetings, which are held on Thursdays at 12:15 at the Old Spaghetti Factory in Clackamas.
Rotarian Rick Rogoway, of LaRog Jewelers, organized the programs as a way for club members and visitors to meet the candidates in person prior to the May primary. The candidates will have time to present their views and then answer questions from the audience. The speaker schedule follows:
January 27 Bridgette Barton
March 10 Tobias Reed
March 17 Stan Pullium
March 24 Tina Kotek
March 31 Bud Pierce
April 7 Christine Drazan
Members of the community are welcome to attend the meetings. Lunch is available for purchase for $15.00.
Rotary is a global network of 1.4 million members who unite together to take action and create lasting change – across the globe and in their communities. Rotary accepts monumental, international challenges such as worldwide eradication of polio, global access to clean water and fostering world peace.
The Rotary Club of Clackamas is a community service organization. The club’s local and international projects include building an all-abilities park in Happy Valley, purchasing a shower cart for use by homeless individuals in Clackamas, providing meals to those in need, and building a maternity hospital in The Gambia. For more information about the Rotary Club of Clackamas visit the club’s foundation website at www.RotaryClubofClackamas.org.