Welcome to the
Rotary Club of 
League City, Texas!!


Polar Plunge for Polio 1/23/21

On Saturday, January 23rd  The Rotary club of League City will once again take the Plunge for Polio Plus. Our goal is to raise $7,000.00. We will be jumping in the Artic Cold Pool at South Shore Harbour Resort at 9 am!
We are looking for sponsors to cheer us on with a small donation as we take the Plunge for the Eradication of Polio!
Checks can be made out to The Rotary Club of League City and you hand it to any Rotarian or mail it to our PO BOX 643 League City, Texas 77574You can also donate online Just be sure to notate who you are sponsoring.
Polio cases have declined rapidly since 1985, but the fight isn't over. Polio is a crippling and potentially fatal infectious disease, and for as little as 60 cents, a child can be protected against the virus for life.  If we don't finish the fight right now, more than 10 million children under the age of five could be paralyzed by polio in the next 40 years.
To learn more about Rotary’s fight to end polio visit: www.endpolio.org.


 Lunch Meetings 
Thursdays at 12 Noon via Zoom

Click here to request Zoom info

(except 2nd Thursday --
Food Truck Service Project


2nd Thursday
Galveston County Food Truck Distribution Day

Hometown Heroes Park
1001 E League City Pkwy, League City, TX 77573

We will be at Hometown Heroes Park in the
large parking lot by the soccer fields.

Come join the fun and VOLUNTEER OR
BE A SPONSOR for only $250.



Rotary International and Toastmasters International have
partnered together!

Click here and learn about this exciting announcement!

Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Past President
Service Projects
Club Administration
New Generation
Membership Retention
Rotary Foundation
Events Coordinator
Publc Relations
Social Coordinator
Website Coordinator
Upcoming Events

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Rotary Club of League City
P.O. Box 643
League City, TX 77574