Rotary Club of Evansville meets at Noon every Tuesday at the Tropicana Evansville Executive Conference Center. 

Dedicated in thought and practice to the Rotary International motto of “Service Above Self”, Rotary Club of Evansville created the Rotary Civic Award to honor the city’s most outstanding citizens since 1927.

Would you like to become a member of the Rotary Club of Evansville? Please contact the Rotary office at 812-962-4687 for more information or complete our application

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World Polio Day Oct. 24, 2019

In celebration of World Polio Day, Rotary Club of Evansville proudly hung banners, enjoyed Donut Bank decorated END POLIO NOW Cookies and learned about Rotary’s eradication efforts from District 6580 …

Santa Run Float wins 2nd Place

Today at the noon Rotary luncheon, Cathy Renner announced that the Rotary Santa Run Float won 2nd place in the Westside Nut Club’s Fall Festival Parade. Volunteers were given a …

Rotary Foundation (Evansville)

The Rotary Foundation of Evansville, formed in 1990, is the focal point of our community service activities. Gifts to the Rotary Foundation of Evansville will continue to benefit our community for years to come.

Rotary Foundation (International)

Rotary is an international organization of business and professional leaders who strive to provide strong humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and to build goodwill and peace throughout their community and the world.

2019-20 RI president announces his presidential theme

Rotary International President-elect Mark Daniel Maloney explained his vision for building a stronger Rotary, calling on leaders to expand connections to their communities and to embrace innovative membership models. Maloney, a member of the Rotary Club of Decatur, Alabama, USA, unveiled the 2019-20 presidential theme, Rotary Connects the World, to incoming district governors at Rotary’s annual training event, the International Assembly, in San Diego, California, USA, on Monday.

“The first emphasis is to grow Rotary — to grow our service, to grow the impact of our projects, but most importantly, to grow our membership so that we can achieve more,” Maloney said.

Maloney believes that connection is at the heart of the Rotary experience.

“(Rotary) allows us to connect with each other, in deep and meaningful ways, across our differences,” Maloney said. “It connects us to people we would never otherwise have met, who are more like us than we ever could have known. It connects us to our communities, to professional opportunities, and to the people who need our help.”