Welcome to the Fenton Rotary Club
Good golfers and bad golfers, come one come all for a day out of the office at the Fenton Rotary Clubs Big Cup Scramble. The hole is 8 inches making it a true Big Cup so its easy to make your putts and even potentially a Hole in One making it your best day on the course ever! Breakfest, Lunch and Dinner to follow with Prizes and Games you don’t want to miss as your summer winds down.
The Fenton Rotary club was chartered on June 18, 1985 with 29 members. Over the years, the club has grown to our current membership of 40, representing the diverse spectrum of businesses in our area. The Fenton Rotarians have been active in serving our communities, as you’ll see in these pages. From rebuilding Bush Park to rebuilding an African orphanage. From eradicating polio in the third world to fighting child abuse and neglect in Genesee County. From providing water in a mountain village in Guatemala to providing Christmas for needy local children. The Fenton Rotary is actively serving on all levels, all over the world.
“Rotary is an organization of business and professional persons united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world.”
Interested in finding out more about Rotary? Join us at our weekly meetings and enjoy a great breakfast on us! No need to ask permission, just show up and check in on our guest list at the meeting!
So where does the money go?
We would like to share with you some of the great things Rotary is doing to help make Fenton a better community.
- Scholarships for Senior’s Attending College
- The Debate Club
- Community Ramp Builds to help those in Need
- Veteran’s Breakfast
- Annual Senior Picnic on Lake Fenton
- Bush Park Development and Improvement
- Angel Tree
- Leaders for Tomorrow Program
- Literacy Awareness
- *We also support some international outreach as well
Christmas in the Park
Senior Citizen Picnic
Rotary International was founded in Chicago, Illinois on February 23, 1905 by Paul Harris, a lawyer, and other local businessmen. The members took turns hosting the sessions at their businesses, and so they adopted the name “Rotary”.