More than 1,000 meals were served Sunday, March 4 at the Rotary Club of Westerville's 50th Annual Fish Fry at the Otterbein Campus Center.

Rotary donates $25K-plus to fallen officers' families

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Our Club's mission is to promote integrity in our professions, to promote service in our community and to advance world understanding, goodwill and peace through the fellowship of our members.

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Rotary International is the world's oldest service club. Its members form a global network of business and professional leaders who volunteer their time and talents to serve their communities and the world. Rotary's motto, "Service Above Self", exemplifies the spirit of the organization. There are more than 1.2 million Rotarians in more than 32,000 clubs located in over 170 countries around the world.

Our members enjoy great weekly speakers, fellowship, and professional networking. Our meeting time is 12 noon every Thursday at Villa Milano on West Schrock Road.  Learn more about our club by browsing through this website.  We would appreciate hearing from you.

The Rotary donation to the officers' families had grown to more than $25,000 by Wednesday, Feb. 14. Total funds raised by the WCMH 4’s Army fundraiser was up to nearly $200,000 by Thursday morning, Feb. 15. Read ongoing coverage of the shooting and charges against the suspect at

Thanks for attending our 50th Annual FISH FRY!

Lisa and Joe Janszen with their family,

Ben, Mallory, Lisa, Joe and Emma & Brice Henkle

Lisa Janszen

Rotary Club of Westerville
2017-2018 Rotary Year

Rotary Club of Westerville

Thank you to all those who attended! Proceeds will support the Rotary Club of Westerville's college scholarships for Westerville high school graduates.

The Rotary Club of Westerville

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Rotary District 6690 of Central and Southern Ohi

Live on live on WCMH-NBC4 Tuesday evening, Feb. 13, Rotary Club of Westerville President Lisa Janszen and Past President Carol Groseclose presented a Rotary donation of $20,000 to Channel 4 anchorwoman Ellie Merritt.

The donation adds to funds being raised for the families of fallen Westerville Police Officers Anthony Morelli and Eric Joering.  The donation was made during a daylong NBC4 fundraiser for the officers' families.

Morelli and Joering were killed in the line of duty Saturday, Feb. 10, while responding to the scene of a domestic dispute in the city.

The Rotary Club of Westerville donated $1,000 and individual members of the club, and Rotary members from clubs throughout Rotary District 6690, donated the balance of the total.

The Rotary Club of Westerville – Community service in Westerville

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