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Okanogan-Omak

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Omak Elks Lodge #1742 BPOE
110 Ash St
Omak, WA 98841
United States of America
Live meetings are held at the Omak Elks. Zoom available each meeting.
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Rotary STEAK NIGHT with a Twist!
 
Thursday, October 20th we will be hosting a Steak Night combined with a Halloween Costume Party! Prizes will be awarded for best female, best male and best couple/group costumes.
VENUE: Okanogan Agriplex
DATE and TIME: October 20, Doors open at 5:30pm, dinner served around 6:00pm.
MEAL: Dinner features a delicious steak from Gene's, baked potato, salad with Breadline dressing and bread from Hometown Pizza.
MUSIC:  by Larry Phillips.
NO-HOST BAR: provided by Omak Elks. This will be a 21 and over event.
AUCTION ITEMS: There will be silent, dessert and live auctions
TICKETS: Buy your $25 tickets at Papa Murphy's, The Attic, Rawson's or FreeBird IGA. You can also contact any Rotarian or message us on Facebook. 
COSTUMES: Costume Rental and purchase available each Saturday in October, 10am-6pm at Okanogan Valley Orchestra & Chorus Costume Shop, 429 S. 2nd Avenue, Okanogan
 
 
The Okanogan-Omak Rotary Steak Night Fundraiser came through for our local fire districts. We recently awarded a check for $1,260 to Fire  District #3. Rotary President Debi Tracy-Clark and member Denise Varner presented the check to the District Commissioners and Department Chiefs.
Thank you to our community supporters for coming out and supporting our local fire districts at our August Steak Night!
Pictured L to R: Denise Varner, Deb Poulin, Audi Gann, Dave Goetz, Mike Cusick, Matt Rawson, Kevin Bowling, Rotary President Debi Clark
 
 
The Okanogan-Omak Rotary Steak Night Fundraiser came through for our local fire districts. We recently awarded a check for $1,260 to Conconully City-Rural Fire Department. Rotary President Debi Debi Tracy-Clark and member Dave Womack presented the check to Assistant Chief Steve Byl and the Department Volunteer Firefighters.
Thank you to our community supporters for coming out and supporting our local fire districts at our August Steak Night!
Pictured L to R: Debi Clark, Steve Byle, Jake Byl, Winnell Lindsey, Dave Womack, Debby Sharp
Rotary Fishing Derby scheduled for May 15, 2021 at the Conconully State Park Gazebo
The Okanogan-Omak Rotary will host the annual Glenn Deal Memorial Kid’s Fishing Derby this year in Conconully on Saturday, May 15. The annual event was cancelled last year due to the COVID-19.
 
Youth ages 0-15 are encouraged to join us for this fun event. Registration begins at 6:00am at the Conconully State Park Gazebo and weigh in is at 11:00am. Participants can fish either of the Conconully Lakes. Prizes will be awarded in four age groups based on length and weight of fish caught. There will also be a grand prize awarded for the largest fish. Contestants need to bring their own fishing poles, tackle and bait.  
 
This free event has been a Rotary staple for 40 years with this year’s event being our 41st year.
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:
 
 
Speakers
Omak Chamber of Commerce
Oct 13, 2022 12:00 PM
Volunteer Opportunity
Kory Heindselman
Oct 27, 2022 12:00 PM
Okanogan-Omak Real Estate Market
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