Reasons why YOU should attend our conferences:
- Save time & money by attending close to home (no overnight cost)

- Learn something new & share ideas to make your club stronger
- Create new friendships and strengthen existing relationships
- Recognize club and member successes
- Participate in a silent auction raising funds for Polio Eradication
- Be the ONE lucky winner of a $200 “Night on the Town” prize. A Rotarian who attends a conference will be drawn from the club with the highest % of members attending
- Hear from clubs that had successful grant projects
- Recognize achievements & impact of youth programs
Learn more and register for:

Carroll on April 15 - register by 4/9
Coralville on April 22 - register by 4/16
West Des Moines on April 29 - register by 4/23

Imagine Rotary Theme T-Shirts are available to purchase; get details and order by visiting 
Flight to End Polio T-Shirts are available, $8.50 per shirt is donated to The Rotary Foundation PolioPlus fund. Click to order                                                                            

Norlan Hinke, Rotary Club of Clinton, was selected by the District Nominating Team as District Governor 2025-26. The announcement and vote was confirmed at the District Annual Meeting held March 4.  Norlan is currently serving as our District Rotary Foundation Team Chair, in 2023-24 will serve as an Assistant Governor and is active in his Rotary club and community.  Norlan and his wife Cindy, make their home in DeWitt.


To see club events and know what's happening so you can support their efforts, CLICK HERE. You can promote your Rotary event here too!  CLICK to add your event or contact the office with details.  This calendar is updated around the 1st & 15th each month.


Members login to update their profile info, view the Club/District contact roster & register for Grant Seminars.  To start, click Member Login at top right, click New user? Need help? 877-976-8279.

For conducting district business check the schedule then contact the office to reserve.
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