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People of Action
The Rotary Club of Aurora, IL
Chartered in 1923


ROTARY MOTTO: "Service Above Self"
Regular Meetings: Mondays at 12:00 noon (National Holidays excepted)
at Two Brothers Roundhouse205 N. Broadway in Aurora, IL 60505
Join us for fellowship and service to our community.  New members always welcome!


June 18, 2018 
President George was thanked for his year of service and presented with two Rotary Club flags.  

Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events

The Four - Way Test
of the things we think, say or do


I.  Is it the TRUTH?

II.  Is it FAIR to all concerned?


IV.  Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

The Rosary High School Interact Club Officers and Mart O'Connor, presented Sr. Megan, principal, with a $1500 matching gift from the Aurora Rotary Club IL, for the school's Hope for Haitians project. This project provides homes and clean water for the people in Haiti.

RI President Riseley Tree Planting Challenge

RI president says planting trees shows long-term commitment to the community 

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Ian H.S. Riseley issued a challenge last year. He wanted Rotarians to plant 1.2 million trees – one for every Rotarian in the world – between 1 July 2017, when he took office as president of Rotary International, and Earth Day, 22 April 2018. Clubs around the world have embraced that challenge, and in his travels this year, Riseley himself has often been asked to pick up a shovel. 

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Rotary Club of Aurora Serving Breakfast #serviceaboveself

Serving Breakfast @ Hesed House 3-30-18
Serving Breakfast @ Hesed House 3-30-18
Serving Breakfast @ Hesed House 3-30-18

Festival of Lights
Presented by The Rotary Club of Aurora
In Partnership with the City of Aurora


Rotarians Volunteer at Harry Potter Fest on "Platform 9 3/4" 


July 30, 2017

Rotary Volunteers helped muggles and 
witches board the Hogwarts Express during the Aurora Harry Potter Fest.

President Ball Installed

June 26, 2017

The Rotary gavel was passed from Scot Thurmond to George Ball as the new Rotary year begins with the theme of Rotary:  Making a Difference

End Polio Now

Featured Aurora Rotary Grant:
IN2 logo
IN2, located at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, is Illinois' first secondary school innovation center. Click HERE to visit their website.

Featured Aurora Rotary Grant:
Simply Destinee
Simply Destinee is a youth inspired Dance Team that promotes suicide awareness in Memory of Destinee A. Oliva. Click HERE to visit their website.