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Welcome to Rotary Club Radio!

Rotary Club Radio is a “New Media” Production about Rotary.  Produced in St. Croix Falls by Kirk Anderson, a Rotarian and member of the St. Croix Falls Rotary Club and in partnership with Rotary International and District 5960.  Rotary Club Radio delivers audio and video via a podcast to Rotarians and supporters, allowing them to stay informed about what Rotary is doing around the world.

Rotary Club Radio  is available here on our website, in iTunes, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube!  We want to bring Rotarians and other humanitarians’ voices to life via the internet with a high quality podcast that is entertaining, educational, and motivational.

Ever get asked, “What is Rotary?”

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I have…just about every time I tell someone I’m a Rotarian.  Rotary Club Radio seeks to help you answer that question by allowing the world to see an intimate view of how Rotary has shaped Rotarians and inspire them to change their world.

Rotary Club Radio is sponsored in part with support from a Rotary International Public Relations Grant and District 5960.  Rotary International is the world’s first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide.

Rotary club members are volunteers who work locally, regionally, and internationally to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate polio under the motto – “Service Above Self”.

Find out more about Rotary Clubs and how you can get involved at: www.Rotary.org

From a listener:

“Hello, my name is Raf Verheyden.  I’m a new Rotarian, a little bit more than a year, in the club of Aarschot (District 1630) in Belgium.  It was hard to find some relevant information about Rotary International — until now!  Great show guys!  Now, while I’m driving, I can now listen to your podcast and hear what is going on in other clubs and can get a better understanding about Rotary in general.  It’s nice to here from fellow Rotarians and what they are doing in their club!!  If possible and relevant, it would be great for me as a new member to here more about the history of Rotary.  Rotary’s history which made Rotary as it is like we know it today.  I think that new members can learn from it!  Thanks again!  Who knows one day we might meet each-other.  Blessings to all of you.

Raf