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Welcome to Bastrop County Rotary

Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Our Club goals include being relevant, supportive members of our community.  An emphasis in on programs is to be informative and interesting to attendees with some emphasis of topics of local relevance.  We meet Tuesdays from noon to 1PM in our hybrid meeting on zoom or in person at the Texas Grill Restaurant, 101 Highway 71 W, Bastrop, TX 78602.  See map. Come Join Us! Contact, Club President Norm Jones for zoom meeting link. 
How We Make A Difference
 

Support Youth Programs

Early Act First Knight (EAFK) is a revolutionary character and ethics education program for schoolchildren in grades K-8.
 

Construction of Tiny Homes

Building of transitional shelter for homeless Veterans. This project is lead by Pastor Roland Nava and in coordination with other organizations and the County.

 

 

Providing Outdoor Shelter 

Built a bus stop at the ITS-HUH homeless village location so homeless folks could catch CARTS to get into town.

Club News
Bastrop County Rotary participated in the District-Wide Service Project at last meeting. We packed food for 100 children who suffer from weekend hunger. It was a great day to be a Rotarian!
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Upcoming Events
BBQ Showdown Sponsors
Register For Events
Sporting Clay Tournament
 
Rotary News
Leveraging expertise with Ashoka

Leveraging expertise with AshokaRotary’s partnership with Ashoka brings together the vision of Ashoka’s social entrepreneurs with the local expertise of Rotary members to inspire innovation that can solve problems, create leaders, and

Engagement through experiences

During the COVID-19 pandemic's initial U.S. wave in 2020, Detroit, Michigan, was one of many cities where first responders and medical personnel needed more personal protective equipment. A Rotary club in India learned about the situation and contacted its longtime partner, the Rotary Club of

Using district resource networks

For a long time, the incredible amount of knowledge within Rotary that could help clubs create more effective and sustainable projects was scattered and difficult to access. The creation of district resource networks has remedied that.People can think of the resource networks as "in-house