Meeting Times and Venue
Come see what we are all about!

We meet at 7:30 am every Wednesday
Due to COVID-19 we currently meet virtually until otherwise noted.

To join our virtual meetings, please email us for the link.

Guests are always welcome and encouraged to join us. 

Mason Jar Grill & Pub  |  329 E. Garfield Road  | Aurora, OH  44202

Our Stories
The Rotary Club of Aurora is honored and proud to be the 2020  recipient of the A.Z. Baker Award. The A.Z. Baker Service Award is a prestigious award given annually to Rotary Clubs in District 6630 that have demonstrated an exceptional level of involvement and commitment to the Rotary goals of service and have exemplified the Rotary motto ‘Service Above Self’.  
To encourage a reaching out in total service and the "development of resources" on the part of all clubs in District 6630, the A. Z. Baker Service Awards were established in 1978 at the recommendation of then District Governor James P. Banks, and by action of the District Board of Trustees. This award honors our own "Mr. Rotary," A.Z. Baker, from the Rotary Club of Cleveland who served as Rotary International President in 1955-1956. His dedication and commitment to Rotary truly exemplified SERVICE ABOVE SELF and this award was designed to honor his memory by encouraging all clubs in the district to participate in each of the Five Avenues of Service. 
Please come and help fill the City of Aurora Bus with food through the Volunteers of America and The Rotary Club of Aurora.
 
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News from Rotary International
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Help on wheels

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