Rotary on the Radio 2017

It’s coming soon!
Rotary on the Radio
-our annual scholarship “FUN”raiser-

Join the Crook County Rotary in our quest to raise scholarship money to support local high school students continue their education.  All proceeds contribute to the Rotary Club of Crook County’s Scholarship program.

Presented by …

Horizon Broadcasting Group has generously given hours of airtime to support our annual Rotary on the Radio event where local Rotarians take over the radio station for the day to raise money for the Crook County Rotary Scholarship fund.  The Rotarians are the DJs and are sure to entertain!  There will be an auction of generously donated items with bidding available on-site, on-air and on facebook.  (Check back later to see a list of the auction items that we will add to this web page.)

The event will be held:

Monday, April 3, 2017 – 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. broadcast out of the Bowman Museum at the corner of 3rd and Main in Prineville.

To buy an ad for your business or organization,
donate an auction item or sponsor an hour,
contact your favorite Rotarian or
call 541-362-1105.

Scholarship FAQs

  • $225,000 raised and given in high school scholarship since we started this fundraiser in 1996
  • $15,000 in scholarships were given out in 2016 to graduates of Crook County High School
  • 2017 represents our 22th annual event

Make a lasting impact that keeps giving.    Donate using the secure Paypal button to the right. 

The following letter received from a former scholarship recipient is testament to the appreciation shared among the youth of Crook County for these scholarships that help them achieve their dreams.


Danielle (McCallister) Martin  

danielle-martin“Were it not for generous organizations such as Rotary, my story would read differently than it does today. Without the support of my family and a few modest scholarships, I wouldn’t have had the opportunity or means to attend college immediately after I graduated from CCHS in 2006.

My first term of college at Linn Benton Community College, I walked in the doors with one full term of credits under my belt (take advantage of AP classes and credits, guys!) and the next term graciously paid for by scholarships from this community that will always be my home. It was a start, and it helped me get my bearings and figure out just how to navigate the enormous world before me.

That’s been almost 11 years ago. In the time since, I’ve worked with individuals with disabilities that changed my entire perspective on life. I have worked with many, many patients who taught me about compassion on a level that no books can ever teach. I’ve grown and learned, and have finally come to realize that the older I get, the less I know about mostly everything- but the key is to never stop trying to learn anyway.

Today, at almost 30, I feel grateful for my journey thus far. I’m now settled into a career with the Department of Human Services where my husband also works.  As a creative outlet,  I get to write about predominately metal music for HM Magazine. My life is vastly different than I envisioned it would be as an 18 year old young lady, and for that I am completely grateful. “

 


 

Your donations are providing more than scholarship funding; you’re supporting a dream, an education, a future. The lives you’re impacting with your donation today will be good stewards of the gifts you’re bestowing upon them for years to come. Join your neighbors and friends by paying it forward today, showing your belief in the potential of our high school students through your participation in Rotary on the Radio.