What Does a Fourth-Generation Rotarian Look Like?

Bryan Reed rocks the blues in downtown Eugene
President-elect Bryan Reed rocks the blues in downtown Eugene

Two questions, friends.

  1. What does a fourth-generation Rotarian look like? Kind, happy, and ready to serve – like the kind of rock star who wades into the Amazon Creek to pick up garbage with his fellow Rotarians.
  2. How can you help support rural students in Mexico, chicken farmers in Nepal, and homeless teens in Lane County? Just by drinking wine with friends and enjoying live music.

Guitar-playing president-elect Bryan Reed is a fourth-generation Rotarian and the lead singer of Twisted River. They play classic rock, blues, country, and revelry wherever merriment is to be had.

You can hear his favorite song from their latest studio album at Reverbnation. And you can hear them live at High Pass Winery this Sunday, October 2nd, from 2 to 5 pm. We’re thrilled to have them play for us again.

The Rotary Club of Eugene Metropolitan will be hosting the event with a paddle raise. All are welcome and no one needs to RSVP.

Will our last weekend outside be fun? It WILL be fun!

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