Welcome to the Rotary Club of Coeur d’Alene

The Rotary Club of Coeur d’Alene is the largest and most well-known service organization in Coeur d’Alene. For more than 100 years, our members have used their passion, energy, and drive to better Coeur d’Alene, our region, and the world around us.

We are local business, nonprofit, professional, and civic leaders who exemplify “service above self.”  We create lasting friendships through our shared Rotary experiences, weekly meetings, service projects, and social events within our community and internationally. We are People of Action. Come join us!

Visit Us!

We invite you to join us! The Coeur d’Alene Rotary Club meets weekly on Fridays at noon at the Coeur d’Alene Resort. Come experience all that Rotary has to offer!

Coeur d’Alene Resort
115 S. Second Street
Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 83814

Become a Member

Intersted in becoming a member? Check out our member handbook for details on joining our Club.

Service Above Self

Rotary is a service organization of business and community leaders united worldwide. As Rotarians, we make a positive impact in our local and global communities.

Current Happenings

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Club has been a whirlwind of activity the last couple weeks. To recap…

👏 Members recognized an amazing year under the leadership of outgoing Club President, Doug Rupiper. And as tradition would have it, almost twenty past presidents lined up in succession, passing the gavel into the waiting hands of 2024-25 president, Ashley Lenz. Cheers to a good year, Doug, and the best to you, Ashley!

⭐️ And a highpoint each year is for our outgoing president to recognize a few very special members for their amazing contributions. Doug acknowledged:

👉 Rebecca Eyman as our "Rotarian of the Year"

👉 Jenn Wood, who received the "Service Above Self" award

👉 Les and Janet Atchley were honored with the "Don Allen Award" for their years of dedication and commitment to Rotary,...in CDA and elsewhere!

👉 Retiring board members’ Candace Godwin, Britt Towery and Dan Crawford.

✔️ Ashley announced the new Rotary International 2024-25 yearly theme, “The Magic of Rotary” – recognize and amplify the power to save lives. She also asked committee chairs to pitch their programs, encouraging members to sign-up for their fav initiative!

👉 Linda Coppess recognized new members’ Steve Buckner and Caiti Bobbitt.
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Club has been a whirlwind of activity the last couple weeks.  To recap…

👏 Members recognized an amazing year under the leadership of outgoing Club President, Doug Rupiper. And as tradition would have it, almost twenty past presidents lined up in succession, passing the gavel into the waiting hands of 2024-25 president, Ashley Lenz. Cheers to a good year, Doug, and the best to you, Ashley!

⭐️ And a highpoint each year is for our outgoing president to recognize a few very special members for their amazing contributions. Doug acknowledged:

👉 Rebecca Eyman as our Rotarian of the Year

👉 Jenn Wood, who received the Service Above Self award

👉 Les and Janet Atchley were honored with the Don Allen Award for their years of dedication and commitment to Rotary,...in CDA and elsewhere!

👉 Retiring board members’ Candace Godwin, Britt Towery and Dan Crawford.

✔️ Ashley announced the new Rotary International 2024-25 yearly theme, “The Magic of Rotary” – recognize and amplify the power to save lives. She also asked committee chairs to pitch their programs, encouraging members to sign-up for their fav initiative!

👉 Linda Coppess recognized new members’ Steve Buckner and Caiti Bobbitt.Image attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

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Love the passing of the gavel tradition!

Congratulations to all!

A Rotarian by day and woodworking craftsman by night. That's Dan Crawford!

While Doug Rupiper counts down the days, ending his Rotary year as club president, Dan surprised Doug yesterday afternoon with this beautiful work of art, thanking him for his term leading the Coeur d'Alene Rotary Club Board.
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A Rotarian by day and woodworking craftsman by night. Thats Dan Crawford!

While Doug Rupiper counts down the days, ending his Rotary year as club president, Dan surprised Doug yesterday afternoon with this beautiful work of art, thanking him for his term leading the Coeur dAlene Rotary Club Board.

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Well done Dan! Doug—thank you for an excellent year leading our Rotary club!

What a gift Dan! And thank you for your leadership Doug!

That’s so awesome! 😎

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Friday club has been eventful these last couple weeks!

👍🏻 Steve Childers was surprised to be announced as our June Rotarian of the Month!
🇺🇸 Jon Hippler also learned that he was selected as the 2024 4th of July Celebration, American Heroes Parade Grand Marshal!
👉 Don Duffy announced our newest member, Brenda Dabovich.
💥 Members of the Sunrise Rotary Club joined our meeting, with LaDonna Beaumont giving a SRC year-in-review. President Doug provided a CDA club recap too.
#️⃣ And Idaho State Controller, Brandon Woolf, was our keynote speaker!
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Friday club has been eventful these last couple weeks!

👍🏻 Steve Childers was surprised to be announced as our June Rotarian of the Month!
🇺🇸 Jon Hippler also learned that he was selected as the 2024 4th of July Celebration, American Heroes Parade Grand Marshal!
👉 Don Duffy announced our newest member, Brenda Dabovich.
💥 Members of the Sunrise Rotary Club joined our meeting, with LaDonna Beaumont giving a SRC year-in-review. President Doug provided a CDA club recap too.
#️⃣ And Idaho State Controller, Brandon Woolf, was our keynote speaker!Image attachmentImage attachment+3Image attachment
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