The Normal Rotary Club of Normal, Illinois, USA

 District 6490

The Only Normal Rotary Club in the World

 

With few exceptions the Club meets in the Circus Room of the Bone Student Center at Illinois State University on Wednesdays at 11:50 AM.  For possible exceptions see the latest Spoke

Since 1949 the Normal Rotary Club has flourished to help make the Town of Normal, surrounding communities and the world a better place.  In 2005 the Club became a 100% Paul Harris Fellows Club.

The best overview of our Club is captured in our weekly newsletter, The Spoke, which is published as a web page.  The Spoke lists the programs for coming meetings and is our best calendar of events, past and future.  Follow the link and enjoy a few issues.  Be forewarned that there are photos and stories of adults having fun while they work together to learn about and help the local and global communities.

  Officers and Directors

Club Administration

Community Projects

International Service

Public Relations Activities

The Spoke, our weekly newsletter

On Becoming a Member

Contact Us

   

Our Club is one of four Rotary Clubs in the Twin Cities of Bloomington / Normal and one of fifty-three Rotary Clubs in District 6490, serving East Central Illinois.  The Normal Rotary Club sponsors two Rotaract Clubs for college students -- the Rotaract Club of Heartland Community College and the Rotaract Club of Illinois State University.

To find out more about this large and effective service organization, visit the web pages of Rotary International.  We are but one of 33,855 Clubs in the world.