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Okanogan-Omak

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Omak Elks Lodge #1742 BPOE
110 Ash St
Omak, WA  98841
United States of America
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We are disappointed to announce the postponement of this year's Rotary Steak Nights at Wine Down Wednesday. We plan on returning next year with the same line up and great steak dinners. We felt that holding our steak nights for our partners would be unfair to the partners as well as not conducive to supporting the many local businesses by asking for donations at this time. We ask that the community who has supported Rotary and our partners continue to support the local businesses and especially RockWall Cellars. ~Posted 6/2/2020
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Okanogan County businesses and residents were recently impacted by the 190,000 acre Cold Springs Fire.  Many of our fellow Rotarians and community members have asked how they can support the fire survivors. Here is a list of non-profit agencies that are accepting donations:
 
 
 
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