Gnomes are taking over the Rogue Valley! Similar to your Norwegian garden variety, these gnomes are mischievous! They show up in random places… like your front yard. These gnomes also take marching orders and are happy to visit the homes of Rotarians (and even friends of Rotarians)! Their playful nature is all in an attempt to raise money for the children of Southern Oregon! Gnomes love to play, learn new things and eat good food so they want to make sure that local children have those same opportunities. Click here for a list of programs the gnomes help Rotary Club of Medford support.
You Got Gnomed!
Congratulations! This is a great honor! You’ll want to get rid of these mischievous little guys quick so follow these two easy steps:
- To remove the gnomes simply put the Gnome Removal fee in the envelope left at your door and send it in the mail. In case you’re new to this, standard gnome removal fees start at $25.00 but more generous folks tend to see their gnomes disappear quicker! FYI: Gnomes don’t care if you pay with cash or check but keep in mind that checks should be made out to gnomes agents: The Rotary Club of Medford or Rotary International, depending on where you want your donation allocated OR text your full name and donation amount to 541-951-0922 and a gnome assistant will send you a link to pay online.
- For gnome transfer call the Gnome Removal Team at 541-840-7586 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be prepared with the name and address of the next victim… er… Rotarian (or friend!) for the gnomes to visit. Gnomes do not discriminate and can travel across Jackson County to both businesses and homes.
Request a Gnoming!
Gnomes love a go-getter! They can tell you’re someone who cares about the community and doesn’t want to sit on the sidelines while someone else is having all the fun! To send the gnomes off on a mischievous mission simply call 541-840-7586 or email email@example.com. Please be prepared with the name and address of the Rotarian (or friend) you are nominating. Gnomes do not discriminate and can travel across Jackson County to both businesses and homes.