Rotary Club of Downtown Rogers

Our club is deeply committed to making a positive and lasting impact in our local community. Investing our time, resources, and passion, we can create sustainable and community-based solutions promoting health, peace, and prosperity.

Local Service Projects

We are committed to keeping our community clean and supporting education. We organize regular litter removal events from the main trail circling Lake Atalanta, ensuring the natural beauty of our surroundings. Additionally, we donate and distribute dictionaries to all third-grade students at several local elementary schools, including Frank Tillery, Northside, and Russell Jones. We also contribute books to the Northwest Arkansas Children’s Shelter, fostering a love for reading among young minds.

Global Service Projects

We collaborate with the American Wheelchair Mission, providing wheelchairs to individuals in Mexico and the Caribbean. Additionally, we contribute to Rotary International’s Polio Eradication campaign and support the Rotary District 6110 Medical Supplies Network, Inc., providing essential medical supplies to needy communities. We also work in Columbia to improve access to clean water and promote economic growth.

A Little Bit Of Rotary History

We’ve been making history and bringing our world closer together for over 100 years. The first Rotary Club was started in Chicago, Illinois, USA, in 1905 by an attorney named Paul Harris. Harris wanted to bring together a group of professionals with different backgrounds and skills as a way to exchange ideas and form meaningful acquaintances. Today, there are more than 36,000 Rotary clubs and 10,000 Rotaract clubs, and they are in almost every country in the world.

We invite you to join us at our weekly meetings and discover how “Service Above Self” is more than a motto.

Every Monday from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Pub on the Bricks in Downtown Rogers

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