Welcome to the
Rotary Club of Providence
...one of the oldest and largest service and fellowship organizations in New England. Our membership includes over 120 men and women dedicated to the Rotary ideal of Service Above Self.
We meet each Monday (or Tuesday if Monday is a holiday) from 12:15 to 1:30 pm at the Providence Marriott:
Location info What's the meeting like?
Providence Club is 2nd Largest
2013 Rotary Donor to ShelterBox!
ShelterBox Thanks the Providence Rotary
Four Club Members Complete
International Service Mission:
Clean Water, Dictionaries & More
to the Dominican Republic
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14th Annual Street Painting Festival A Shining Success!
Crowds of artists and appreciative onlookers filled the downtown skating rink all day
for the 14th Annual Providence Rotary Street Painting Festival.
More photos at http://interactives.wpri.com/photomojo/gallery//9217?
Members use this site to stay updated on club activities and collaborate with our colleagues on the many service and fellowship activities we undertake each year to make the world and our community better while enjoying each other's company.
Visitors are welcome to explore these pages (by clicking on the topics at left) to see who we are and what we do. If you like what you see, please check out the Membership information and let us know if you're interested in becoming a Providence Rotarian.
||Rotary Theme 2014-2015:
Light Up Rotary
Paul Borrelli - President, Providence Rotary Club
Michael Kelly - President-Elect, Providence Rotary Club
Gary C.K. Huang? - President, Rotary International
Valerie Perry- District Governor, District 7950
Photos at top of page: (left) Club member Wendy Marcus, left, led a month-long Group Study Exchange visit to India. (center, top) Members enjoy the club's 100th Birthday Party in 2011. (center, bottom) One of many artists creating imaginative chalk drawings at our annual Street Painting Festival. (right) Providence and Woonsocket Rotarians traveled to the Dominican Republic to help install clean water filters and instruct residents in their use.?