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
Did we mention that our own Al Connors was named the 2019 Salvation Army Volunteer of the Year?
 
As a member of Rotary for decades, and the Aurora Rotary Foundation Director, Al continues to donate his time and talents and we are extremely proud to call him a Rotarian!

Rotary Club of Aurora and our high school Interact students are in the spirit of giving and volunteering!

 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Foundation Liaison
Membership Chair
FirstYear Director
2 Year Director
Past President
Interact Contact
Executive Secretary
 
Our Weekly Speakers
Jerry Cirino/Betsy Rader
Sep 23, 2020
Candidates for State of Ohio Senate
No Meeting
Sep 30, 2020
Fall Member Social
Business Meeting
Oct 07, 2020
Student of the Month
Oct 21, 2020
TBD
Keith Martin
Oct 28, 2020
DEA Detroit Field Office Real Life Stories
Toast Masters
Nov 11, 2020
TBD
Upcoming Events
News from Rotary International
The Conversation: Jeanne Gang

The Conversation:Jeanne GangA renowned Rotary alum affirms her commitment to environmentally sustainable architectureGrowing up in Belvidere, Illinois, a city 70 miles

Small scholarships help Illinois adults build their careers

Small scholarships help adults return to school and trade a job for a career - In a seemingly affluent Chicago suburb, poverty stops many adult students from affording classes to advance their skillsets. Local Rotary clubs are helping pay for school.

Nature & Nurture

With help from a Rotary Foundation global grant, a group of women in rural Costa Rica are using ecotourism to enrich their families' futures.

The world stopped. They didn’t

These 10 workers put service above self when it counted most

African region declared free of wild poliovirus

Rotary and its GPEI partners celebrate a monumental achievement, say global eradication of wild polio is possible with the continued dedication and persistence of Rotarians