Welcome to the Rotary Club of Sisters

The Rotary Club of Sisters is an active organization of business and professional leaders, both working and retired, men and women, who contribute their time, talents, and resources for a better Sisters community, region, and world.

We meet weekly on Tuesdays at noon at Aspen Lakes Golf Course, 16900 Aspen Lakes Drive, Sisters, OR, upstairs in their Brand 33 Restaurant. We are non-political, non-religious, and open to all cultures, races, and creeds.

However, we’re not just a local, do-gooder lunch club. We are also united worldwide with fellow Rotarians to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.

Membership provides the opportunity to have fun!  Become better connected to Sisters. Work with others in addressing community needs. Interact with other professionals in your community. Assist with Rotary International’s humanitarian service efforts. Establish contacts with an international network of professionals. Develop leadership skills. Involve family in promoting service efforts.


Club Projects


Books for Kids

One of our projects is Books for Kids which is an annual project which takes place in May at the Sisters High School Auditorium and provides a hard-back book to each first grader in Sisters of his/her choice.  The focus of this event is the importance of literacy; knowing how to read opens doors to many things.  The event features community members who volunteer to read to the children, an entertaining local performance, and the students who comprise the Interact Club at Sisters High School who are the performers for a play that is presented.  This celebration of literacy was founded by Rotarian John Jorgensen of Casper, Wyoming, several years ago.

Meet our Youth Exchange Student

A big part of our club is hosting a Rotary Youth Exchange student.  This year’s student, Nanda, comes to us from Brazil.  During the school year she will staying with two host families in the Sisters area.    She is 18 years old and is interested in spending time with friends, participating in sports and cooking.  The Rotary Youth Exchange program offers Nanda an opportunity to learn a new language, new culture and new lifestyle.

Youth Services

The RC of Sisters over the years has hosted foreign exchange students through the Rotary Youth Exchange program—from France, South Africa, Finland, Thailand, Denmark and Brazil.   Students stay with 2-3 host families throughout the school year.  There is also opportunity for Sisters High School students to become foreign exchange students and broaden their horizons.  We send two high school students per year to RYLA Camp to learn leadership skills.  We sponsor a High School Interact Club.   Each year the RC of Sisters and the Sisters Rotary Foundation are proud to present scholarships to Sisters High School graduates.