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President John McMeekan
President Elect Jeff Nelson
Treasurer Eldon Mains
Secretary Rene Heade
International Service Chair Lee Thompson
Past President David Noyes
Sgt. at Arms Dennis Frame
Communications Director Eldon Mains
Newsletter Editor Bill Cunningham
Membership Chair Nora Stevens
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334 SE 8th Ave
PO Box 473
Hillsboro, OR 97123
United States

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Posted by Eldon Mains

In case you thought Rotary was all work....here are a group of Rotarians enjoying themselves while helping out Bag & Baggage. All reports are that it was a good time had by all.ImageImageImage

Posted by Leah Perkins-Hagele

Hillsboro Rotary Club presents

The Hillsboro 4th of July Parade

"Celebrating the American Dream"

Friday July 4th, 2014

Register Now

For questions, please contact Bob Rollinger

 

Registration is required in order to participate in the parade. Fees are assessed by entry size (not division) and registration date (early or late, see below for deadlines). Due to the continued popularity and growth of this parade, registration forms received after June 15 cannot be accepted, and walk-up registration the day of the parade will not be permitted. Forms submitted with missing or insufficient payment will not be processed. Every parade entry is required to sign and date the Release and Indemnification form on the back of this Registration Form in order to participate in the 2014 Hillsboro Rotary Club Parade. Any registration form received without a signed and dated Release and Indemnification form will be considered incomplete.

 

ENTRY FEES

Entries including more than 8 motorized vehicles will be permitted solely at the discretion of the parade committee. Additional fees will apply based on the total number of motorized vehicles making up the entry. Please call for details based on your situation.

EARLY

Received by

June 1st

LATE

Received after June 1st

Individual

• one motorized vehicle, bicycle, horse or walker

$50

$70

Small Group

• up to 5 motorized vehicles or bicycles

• up to 10 horses

• up to 10 walkers

• band of any size

• one motorized vehicle with a trailer or float

$70

$100

Large Group

• any entry that exceeds limits of small group (max 20 walkers)

$110

$155

Commercial

• ANY ENTRY THAT IS A FOR-PROFIT BUSINESS, regardless of size or division

$185

$260

DIVISIONS

1. Political *

2. Marching Band – High School *

3. Marching Band – Other *

4. Youth Organization

5. Civic Group or Organization

6. Horse Group – Youth

7. Horse Group – Other

8. Horse – Individual

9. Antique or Classic Automobile

10. Church Group or Religious Organization

11. Commercial – Retail

12. Commercial – Other

13. Individual *

14. Pageant or Court *

* Not Eligible for Judging

Posted by Bill Cunningham

April 2014

Like attending a Rotary club meeting, reading Rotary magazines is an essential part of the shared experience of being a Rotarian. When you pick up a Rotary publication, whether it's Rotary Down Under in Australia and New Zealand, or The Rotary-No-Tomo in Japan, you'll find that every single one does just what it's meant to do: It informs, and it inspires. It keeps you up to date with Rotary news, brings you new ideas for your Rotary service, and tells stories that are relevant and meaningful to you. To me, these publications around the world are a tangible representation of Rotary's greatest strength: that each club is a local, community-based entity, engaged in a truly global network.

 

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