Exchange Club of Bellevue – America’s Service Club

Welcome to the Exchange Club of Bellevue. We  encourage you to join our efforts in making Bellevue a better place to live.
We are committed to three Pillars of Service:
  • Community Service
  • Youth Programs
  • Americanism
The Exchange Club’s  national project is the prevention of child abuse.
Our Vision:     “Strong America, Safe Communities, Unified People”
Our Mission:  “Exchange: Inspiring Communities to become places to Live”

Quick Ticker:

On August 5, 2017, the Bellevue Exchange Club joined the Hillsboro Brentwood Exchange Club, Bellevue Womens Club, and Bell Garden Members

The Tennessee Titans hosted local middle school football leagues at Nissan Stadium for a scrimmage. About 50 teams took the field to practice against each other. Ticket and concession proceeds were shared by the football leagues.

Providing Travel Assistance to the Bellevue Indians

Bellevue-ballpark-01-webPast President Brugh Reynolds and President Tom Drake of the Bellevue Exchange Club were on hand Saturday, August 2016 to present a check for $250 to Coaches Daniel Capps, Todd Sneed and Kenny Smith and the Bellevue Indians to help with travel expenses as the team heads to Glen Allen Virginia where they will compete in the Cal Ripken 12U Southeast Regional Tournament, the last step before the World Series.
Photos by David Bonner

2015-16 Youth of the Year Award Presented

2015-2016 Youth of the Year Award Presentation
2015-2016 Youth of the Year Award Presentation

The Exchange Club of Bellevue is very pleased to present Chris Warfield with its 2015-16 Youth of the Year Award for his essay, “Citizen’s Role in Building a Strong America.”

“America was built off of the power of the people, and has thrived off of that power since 1776. Through the ups and the downs, whether that be the World Wars, Gilded Age, ending of slavery, or Great Depression, the core of America is its people. With many uncertain futures to face, such as foreign affairs or climate change, American citizens are once again placed in the spotlight as the hope and answer to solving these issues and progressing. The citizen’s role in maintaining and advancing America is defined by an increase in education and awareness.”  Click here to read the full essay.
Greg Eubanks and Ensworth student Audrey Sohr

2016 A.C.E. Award Presented

A.C.E. (Accepting the Challenge of Excellence) award is presented by club member Greg Eubanks to Ensworth student Audrey Sohr.
The A.C.E. award is presented annually to a local student who has made dramatic changes in their attitudes and performances throughout high school, often overcoming educational, social and personal obstacles. Click here to read the full essay