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Member Birthdays:
  • Kevin McMinn
    October 8
  • Scott Miley
    October 13
  • Kelli L. Young
    October 14
  • Walt Denekas
    October 14
  • Dan Smith
    October 21
Join Date:
  • Craig City of Hailey
    October 2, 2015
    2 years
 

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Serving in the Wood River Valley since 1937

Hailey Rotary

Service Above Self

Meetings are every Thursday from 12:00 to 1:15
CSI Hailey Campus
1050 Fox Acre Road / PO Box 2190
Hailey, ID  83333
United States
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Our outbound exchange student, Lindsay Browder is living in Ecuador.  She's doing great and loves it!  Lindsay is living with a Rotary family and having fun.  
The heart of Rotary is our members, dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship.  Thank you for your commitment to our community.  
 

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Hailey Rotary
1050 Foxsacres Rd.
Hailey, Idaho 83333