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Serving Our Community, Locally and Worldwide

Chartered in 1986, the Rotary members of Columbia/Patuxent are a diverse group of business and professional leaders from the Columbia and Howard County area who take an active role in their communities while enriching their personal and professional lives.

We volunteer in communities at home and abroad to help those in need, support education and job training, provide clean water, combat hunger and improve the health and lives of so many. We are the county’s largest club and each year we are active in the most service projects. We raise and give more money than any other club in the county. To date we have contributed $150,000 to the Rotary Foundation.

Contact Info:

Rotary Club of Columbia Patuxent

PO Box 1292

Columbia MD 21044

info@columbiarotary.com

Business Roundtable

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    Gather with fellow Rotarians to explore and solve challenges affecting your business. Supportive and friendly, bring your own breakfast format.  We meet the 3rd Thursday of each month -- no reservations needed.  Just drop in!

    If you have a topic to propose, contact Mark Stoner markdstoner@yahoo.com

  • Created by: Laurie Reuben

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Stay up to date on all things happening in our club and learn about our great Friday meeting programs.

We meet every Friday morning @ 7:30 at Wilde Lake Interfaith Center.

Be our guest for breakfast and help make a difference in our community and the world.

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New Programs of Scale grants for new year

By Victor Barnes, Director of Programs & Grants

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