The Rotary Club of Salt Lake City invites you to join in its 2011 Centennial Celebration

A Century of Service - A Future of Opportunity

Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2011

Reception: 6 pm / Dinner: 7 pm

Salt Palace Grand Ballroom

Six community leaders who exemplify Rotary Internationals motto of Service Above Self will be honored along with Rotary Heroes and multi-generational Rotary Families.

Service Above Self Honorees

Ezekiel Dumke, Jr. Co-Founder, Katherine W. and Ezekiel Dumke Jr. Foundation

Kem Gardner Chairman of the KC Gardner Company

Jon M. Huntsman, Sr.  Founder & Chairman, Huntsman Corporation

Thomas S. Monson President, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Beverley Taylor Sorenson Co-Founder, Sorenson Legacy Foundation

Major General Brian L. Tarbet Utah National Guard


Rotary Heroes

Eugene Banks Retired, Investments-Securities

Vicky Jackson-Davison Owner, Mr. Handyman, Sandy/Draper

Ardean Watts University of Utah School of Music, Emeritus Faculty


Multi-Generation Rotary Families

Creer Family, Daynes Family, Young Family & Pembroke Family


Plus an Evening of Entertainment from:

- Michael Ballam

- Crimson Five

- Historical slide show


Please join us and buy your tickets now!

Proceeds go to Rotary International Polio Plus


Rotary Club of Salt Lake City service projects


Our History

In January of 1911, Utahs first Rotary Club was founded in Salt Lake City. Known as Club 24 by its members - the club was the 24th Rotary Club worldwide - the Rotary Club of Salt Lake City has provided a century of service by engaging in a variety of volunteer and humanitarian efforts, both locally and internationally. Over the past 100 years, Salt Lake Citys business and community leaders have embraced the ideals established by Rotary International through its motto ofService Above Self.

Today, the Rotary Club of Salt Lake City has more than 300 members, while Rotary International has 1.2 million members who belong to 33,000 clubs in 165 countries worldwide.