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Annapolis Rotary Club Satellite Club

Annapolis Rotary Club Satellite Club

9/4/2018 12:00:00 AM EDT
a month ago

The Annapolis Rotary Club is sponsoring a morning Annapolis satellite club.  Their first meeting will be September 26, 8:00 AM at Miss Shirleys’s Café located at 1 Park ...

Crab Feast Distribution Grants

Crab Feast Distribution Grants

8/30/2018 12:00:00 AM EDT
a month ago

Annapolis, MD (Aug. 29, 2018) -- The Rotary Club of Annapolis is currently accepting applications for grants related to the 2018 Crab Feast.

The Rotary Club of Annapolis has a long-standing ...

Rotary Clubs Support Bike Race Across America Polio Plus

Rotary Clubs Support Bike Race Across America Polio Plus

6/25/2018 12:00:00 AM EDT
3 months ago

Annapolis, MD (June 25, 2018) – Three Anne Arundel County Rotary Clubs joined forces to raise funds to defeat polio worldwide, presenting a check to Team Rotary RAAM Polio Plus on ...

Students Recognized by Annapolis Rotary Club

Students Recognized by Annapolis Rotary Club

5/31/2018 12:00:00 AM EDT
4 months ago

Annapolis, MD (May 29, 2018) – Three students from Rockbridge Academy in Millersville were recognized by the Rotary Club of Annapolis recently as part of a speech competition featuring Rotary International ...

Tree planting

Tree planting

4/19/2018 12:00:00 AM EDT
6 months ago

The Rotary Club of Annapolis has taken seriously District Governor Greg Wims’ suggestion to have clubs plant trees in District 7620 during his year. The idea was originated by Rotary ...

Welcome to The Annapolis Rotary Club

President's message

Club President

Since our charter in 1921, the Annapolis Rotary Club has enjoyed a long history of community service.  The club is comprised of 140 members, all whom are dedicated and focused on improving our local community and the world.

Close to home we are busy hosting signature events to raise money for the community. On average our club donates more than $200,000 annually to local organizations and international projects.

Take a minute to navigate through our website.  Learn more about Rotary, our calendar of events, the many grant opportunities we offer, our history and much more. Then consider joining us to see what we are all about – Service Above Self.

Visiting Rotarians and non-member visitors are welcome to join our weekly luncheon meetings.  The cost is $18.00 and is payable at the welcome table. We look forward to meeting you.

 

In Rotary Service,

Jim Campbell
President
District 7620, club 5853

Annapolis Rotary Club
PO Box 3175
Annapolis, MD 21403

Meeting location starting October 18th, 2018

Don Roland

We will be meeting at the Annapolis Yacht Club's newly renovated building at 2 Compromise Street Annapolis, MD 21401

Black Tie & Diamonds 2019

The Crab Feast is over, now it is time to start thinking BT&D 2019!

SAVE the DATE

2018 Crab Feast - Thank You!

The Annapolis Rotary Club would like to thank all that attended this years event and the sponsors for a succesfull 2018 Crab Feast Event!

We hope to see you next year on August 2nd

Note to local charities: We are now accepting grant applications for the proceeds of this years Crab Feast Event - for more information go here >>>>>>>

Comcast Crab Feast 2018 interview with Annapolis Rotary Member Mary Felter

The Annapolis Rotary Club Members

Service Above Self

 

 

Club contact information

For more information, or to attend a meeting: contact Patricia Mattingley Club Secretary,  or Frank Andracchi Membership.

Hero of the week

Jack Kersh

Member since - 2002

1. Why did I join Rotary?  I was invited to join Rotary by Bill Bass, one of Rickover's top guys and one who had become my friend, and Jim Rivers, whom I met on the golf course while not playing well and not swearing. Jim also invited me to join a local Bible Group. I joined Rotary because I was retired and felt I needed to do some community service work in Annapolis. I also already knew and respected many of the members and the additional members I met were most impressive. They knew how to work together and have fun. Dick Royer and his leadership team ran things productively. smoothly and generated high spirits and high levels of cooperation. I felt that it was the best community service group in town to join and I wasted no time in doing so.

2. What did you really become a member-when did it click or provide an Ah Ha moment? The Crab Feast on the first Friday of August in 2002. I did Security for George Phelps, Served Beer, and did Garbage, Take down and clean up. I never worked so hard and had such a good time and everyone worked as hard and long as I did and had a great time. The Fellowship meeting after clean-up was amazing and I don't smoke cigars. My grandchildren have worked the Crab Feast. I was also on the first BlackTie and Diamonds Committee and was responsible for the live and silent auctions. The Fundraiser was successful and many of the committee members wanted to quit in the mid-stages. I told them that if they didn't go through with this one they would never have the drive to do another one,

3. Why do I stay a member? I still love the Crab Feast and working the set-up. serving beer in preferred dining, and clean up and take-down although I do not have the strength and staying power that I did in 2002. Rotary is my favorite organization in Annapolis, and I feel that I can still contribute to the services required, enjoy them and encourage others to contribute to Rotary's local and international services and enjoy them. I keep hoping I will finally inspire someone. When I feel that I am unable to contribute or encourage others, I will quietly and gracefully depart.

Annapolis Rotary Events

Annapolis Rotary Events

GO TO THE CALENDAR FOR MORE INFORMATION.

Speaker for the October 25th meeting

Speaker for the October 25th meeting

10/25/2018 12:00:00 AM EDT
Rick Hutzell, editor of The Capital newspaper, is the guest speaker.

Rotary - Four way test

1. Is it the TRUTH?
2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
4 .Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?