The Rotary Club of Greater Huntsville is a recognized leader in providing service to others, locally and internationally, while fostering professional fellowship and Service above Self.
The Rotary Club of Greater Huntsville provides avenues of service in vocational, community, international and new generation development while fostering Service above Self through vocational programs, weekly programs, and other engagement activities. Collaborating with the entire Rotary family and other organizations with similar missions, we work to benefit the greater community.
We are one club out of 33,000+ Rotary International clubs world wide. Rotary International has as one of its missions to eradicate polio in the world. Rotary is the lead organization in this initiative and has partnered with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
The Rotary Club of Greater Huntsville is in Rotary Zone 30 and District 6860. We have about 120 members from the metropolitan Huntsville community.
The Four Way Test
All Rotarians pledge to lead ethical lives. A statement of that pledge is the “Four Way Test” which uses four questions to guide us in all that we think, say and do.
Is it the truth?
Is it fair to all concerned?
Will it build good will and better friendships?
Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
Our club was established in 1990 and is 31 years old.
We are proud to serve our friends and neighbors in the Greater Huntsville area and beyond.
|Kern, Christopher J Sr.|
|Tevepaugh, James Alton Jr.|
|Belt, Melissa McDonald|
|Puryear, Carolyn Stokes|
|Brooks, Beth A|
|Givens, Justin D.|
Public Relations Chair
|Killough, Graham C.|
|Broderick, Clifton J.|
|Garcia, Elizabeth M|
Rotary Foundation Chair
|Kirk, Todd H.|
|French, James V.|
Club Grants Chair
|Edgecomb, Mary E.|
Club Fundraising Chair
|Kirkpatrick, William Huntington II|
Director-The Rotary Foundation