Welcome to the Rotary Club of Boulder City, established in 1937!
The Rotary Club of Boulder City is not only the oldest club in Boulder City, but one of the oldest clubs in the entire Southwest – rich in history and tradition. Often referred to as "Noon Rotary" due to our regularly weekly Wednesday meeting time.
Our club is proud to be the first club within District 5300 to kick off a Satellite Club, which meets every Tuesday evening.
Together, the Rotary Club of Boulder City is all about serving the community while having fun and building friendships.
For more than 80 years, the Rotarians of our club have provided both financial and volunteer assistance to the Boulder City community and its organizations, as well as supporting the projects of Rotary International throughout the world.
On Memorial Day of 2018, our primary fundraiser - the Best Dam Barbecue Challenge - celebrated its fourteenth year and we raised money in support of programs such as "Every 15 Minutes" at Boulder City High School, mini-grants for local schools, literacy and clean water projects in developing nations, the fight to eradicate polio worldwide, providing mobility to those in need and of course, supporting our veterans!
We meet every Wednesday at 12:00 noon at Anthony’s Trattoria or every Tuesday at 6:00 p.m. (See our calendar for meeting locations). If you are interested in visiting us and seeing what our club and Rotary is all about, please feel free to contact us here. You may also check out our meeting and program calendar by clicking here.
In Service to others,
Rev. Sandy Johnson, President 2017-2018