Welcome to Our Rotary Club

The North East Wisconsin Rotary EClub meets the busy schedule of many - balancing family, work and social commitments.

Our club meets online and in-person to promote personal and professional growth, community involvement and service, and Rotary ideals.
 

What sets us apart?

The first thing you'll notice is the meeting schedule. Meeting online three times per month helps our members work around busy schedules and participate when they have time.
 
Still, it's important for us to stay connected and grow as a group, so we have a social and networking event one evening each month. All you really need is a group of kind people and some appetizers for a great time! We think we're definitely the fun club.
 
We're a small group, but we're mighty! Our members are involved in projects big and small. We do smaller service projects throughout the year and participate with the other Oshkosh clubs for larger fundraisers and events like Wisconsin's Best Rib Fest & Fundraiser. In 2017, our 15 members logged hundreds of service hours.
 
We have members in teaching, healthcare, marketing, hospital administration, non-profit, finance, and even one retiree! We've got the talent and variety, and our members use their talents to serve Rotary and our club.
 
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