More than 1800 Rotarians serving 43 clubs from Preston to Ashton, Twin Falls to Baker City and everything in between meet weekly to enhance our communities and Rotary International. We fight to end polio, support nonprofits, provide clean water, aid in sustainable agriculture, promote global literacy and so much more...and we do it all while having fun.
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Henry's Fork Music Fest: Aug 18-19
The Henry's Fork Music Fest is a Fundraising effort by The Ashton Rotary on Behalf of the People of the Upper Valley of the Snake River. This year the Henry's Fork Music Fest will coincide with a once in a lifetime Solar eclipse that will be viewed in its totality at a high elevation in the center of the Rocky Mountains.
The Festival will be held in Ashton Idaho the 18-19th of August 2017.
The Henry's Fork Music Festival Will be held in Ashton Idaho at: 3581 E 1300 N, Ashton, ID 83420
Wristbands will be available at the Gate and entrances to the parking areas on the East and South side of the Venues. No pre-sale will occur. Wristbands will be cash basis.
Adults $15 for a two day band or $10 per day.
Children 4 and up: $10 for two day band or $6 per day
Food and Drink
Vendors for food and other activities will be on site plus an array of local Restaurants to choose from. Wristbands allow for you to come and go from the concerts as you please.
There are still some spaces available for Vendors. If you want more info on reserving a space please contact
For more information, including artist bios, visit the official website
Barry Rassin Selected as '18-'19 RI President

Barry Rassin, of the Rotary Club of East Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas, is the selection of the Nominating Committee for President of Rotary International for 2018-19. He will be declared the president-elect on 1 September if no challenging candidates have been suggested.

As president, Rassin aims to strengthen our public image and our use of digital tools to maximize Rotary’s reach.

“Those who know what good Rotary clubs do will want to be a part of it, and we must find new models for membership that allow all interested in our mission to participate,” he says. “With Rotary more in the public eye, we will attract more individuals who want to be part of and support a membership organization that accomplishes so much good around the world.”

Rassin earned an MBA in health and hospital administration from the University of Florida and is the first fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives in the Bahamas. He recently retired after 37 years as president of Doctors Hospital Health System, where he continues to serve as an adviser. He is a lifetime member of the American Hospital Association and has served on several boards, including the Quality Council of the Bahamas, Health Education Council, and Employer’s Confederation.

A Rotarian since 1980, Rassin has served Rotary as director and is vice chair of The Rotary Foundation Board of Trustees. He was an RI training leader and the aide to 2015-16 RI President K.R. Ravindran.

Rassin received Rotary's highest honor, the Service Above Self Award, as well as other humanitarian awards for his work leading Rotary’s relief efforts in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake there. He and his wife, Esther, are Major Donors and Benefactors of The Rotary Foundation.

Rassin’s nomination follows Sam F. Owori’s death in July, just two weeks into his term as Rotary International president-elect.

To learn more about Barry Rassin, read this interview and vision statement outlining his goals for Rotary.

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