Rotary is the world’s most prominent and reputable service organization with 1.2 million members focusing on humanitarian efforts, such as promoting peace, fighting disease, supporting education, growing economy locally and globally. In District 7475 we have over 2,100 proactive and service-driven Rotarians in 83 clubs. We network, share ideas, discuss the needs of our community and take tangible action to make a positive and long-lasting difference while enjoying personal and professional growth and fun. We invite like-minded individuals to join our successful and vibrant organization by contacting Steve Goldberg, District Membership Chair at  stegold94@aol.com.  Click HERE to find a club near your.  Click HERE to learn more of who we are.
Click here to enjoy a What is Rotary Video 
Everyone is struggling with how to fundraise in the Covid environment when we can no longer be face-to-face or have public gatherings or group meetings.  Below is a recording by Eventgroove a company specializing in online fundraising that was presented to Rotary Members in Zone 28 and 32 - Enjoy
Jennifer E. Jones, a member of the Rotary Club of Windsor-Roseland, Ontario, Canada, has been nominated to become Rotary International’s president for 2022-23, a groundbreaking selection that will make her the first woman to hold that office in the organization’s 115-year history..  Click Read More for additional details
Download the ClubRunner App form the Apple or Google store and have access to club, officer and contact information. Check out the video for full details.
Rotary was founded in 1905.  The first four Rotarians. From left: Gustavus Loehr, Silvester Schiele, Hiram E. Shorey, Paul P. Harris. Click Read More for additional details.
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Rotary News
In a time of social upheaval, where should America go?

Chicago Rotarian Xavier Ramey says the key to creating an equitable society is understanding where we’ve been

Rotarians pledge to restore the monarch butterfly’s disappearing habitat

Seventy-five percent of the world’s plant species are dependent on pollinators, such as the monarch, to survive

History: A Home for Headquarters

The idea that Rotary should own its headquarters dates back at least to the 1920 convention, when RI President Albert Adams said that he hoped to someday see the headquarters in a beautiful building of Rotary’s own.





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