West Fargo Exchange Club
the West Fargo Exchange Club

Meetings are held each Tuesday at Noon at the DoubleTree Inn & Conference Center. Guests are always welcome!

Steve Smith, President of the YMCA will be the speaker. 

Youthworks of Fargo representative Christina Sambor will address the Club.

Heather Leas with West Fargo Public Schools will talk about the upcoming bond referendum which will be voted on by the district's residents on September 25th.

Betty Gronneberg, CEO of uCodeGirl will be the guest speaker.

If you know of a local organization or individual that would like to speak at a noon luncheon, please e-mail us at info@westfargoexchangeclub.com.

Organized in 1973, the West Fargo Exchange Club is the local unit of the National Exchange Club, which provides individuals with opportunities to use their time and talents to benefit the local community and the country as a whole. Exchange's Core Values are family, community and country.

The first Exchange Club was founded in 1911 by a group of business executives. The name "Exchange" was selected because the group wanted to exchange ideas and information with like-minded individuals about how to better serve their communities. Since then, over 650 clubs have been chartered with nearly 28,000 members throughout the nation, with each making a positive difference in their communities every day.

Through our Programs of Service - Americanism, Community Service and Youth Programs - the West Fargo Exchange Club supports activities that benefit youth, promote pride in our country, honor military and public service providers, plus many more. Some of the local programs our Club supports include the High Schools Student of the Month, Meals on Wheels, Civic Excellence Award, Firefighter and Police Employees of the Year, Youth Baseball and the Salvation Army Bell Ringing Campaign.

The West Fargo Exchange Club meets each Tuesday at Noon at the DoubleTree Inn & Conference Center in West Fargo. Guests and prospective members are always welcome! If you have a program or organization that would be congruent with our Programs of Service and would like to speak on its behalf, please contact us.

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