Club Information


Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Maceli's Catering Venue
1031 New Hampshire Street
Lawrence, KS  66044
United States
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Mugur Geana, KU Assoc. Professor of Journalism
Mar 27, 2017
KU Faculty Project in Costa Rica
John Brodbeck, Past Dist. Governor, D6110, Arkansa
Apr 03, 2017
The Rotary Foundation - Why do We Give?
Rotary Prime (F/K/A New Generations)
Apr 24, 2017
Rotary Prime Update
Home Page Stories
Inductions: Rosemary O'Leary, Gregg Davidson
Resignations: None.
Leave of Absence: Keith Wood, March 13 - June 12.
Blue Cup money of $448.07 was collected in February for Polio Plus.  This amount will be matched by the Gates Foundation 2:1, resulting in a total of $1,344.21 toward polio eradication.  Blue Cup money collected in March will go to the Shelter, Inc. Thanks to all who support the Blue Cups!  This easy way of giving helps so many, every year.
Besides this being our club's centennial year, we are also celebrating the 100th birthday of The Rotary Foundation.  Created in 1917 with the $26.50 left over after paying the costs of that year's International Convention, the Foundation received just under $269 million in 2014-15 from Rotarians around the world.  Cumulatively The Rotary Foundation has advanced $1.2 billion toward the eradication of polio and $2.2 billion to support Rotary programs of humanitarian service.  Because of generous and sustained Rotarian donations, The Foundation fulfills its mission "to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty".  Rotarians are "Doing Good in the World", through our Rotary Foundation.
Barbara Ballard and four of our RYLA students - Monday, October 3, 2016.
 Our club's email address:, is an address with which you can contact President Larry or any other club officers or officials with comments, concerns, suggestions.  The mailbox is checked each business day.
Our Rotary Club is on Facebook and Twitter.  The Twitter e-mail address is  On Facebook, log in with
All prospective members may attend Rotary meetings with their sponsor at no charge to the sponsor.  Please note on the Guest Sign-In Sheet that your guest is a prospective member, to avoid being billed for his/her meal.
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Membership Committee member Steve Maceli shares fifteen reasons to belong to the Lawrence Rotary Club!

New Policy

           IF YOU FIND THAT YOU MUST RESIGN from the Rotary Club, please do so by writing a letter to: Lawrence Rotary Club, P.O. Box 442162, Lawrence, KS  66044, or by email to:  Alternatively, you may send an email to either of our Treasurer-Secretaries:  Doni Mooberry,; or Vickie Randel,  It is important that we have a written confirmation of your resignation. Thanks!
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Club Officers
President Elect
Rotary Foundation
Immediate Past President
Community Service
International Service
International Service
Polio Plus
Youth Exchange
Public Relations
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