2014-2015 Rotary International Theme: "Light Up Rotary"
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Website updated October 15, 2014 



Posing at the Taste of Wentzville in October are chairwoman Theresa and friend Carol, a Wentzville business owner and active supporter of the event.   The Taste was held indoors at the Community Club to help raise funds for area charities and scholarships.  The City of Wentzville co-sponsored the event.    

Wentzville Rotary Club meets Tuesdays at 12:10 at the Pitman Banquet Center, 1545A Wentzville Parkway, at the corner of Wentzville Parkway and Meyer Road, about one mile north of Interstate 70 and one mile west of U.S. Highway 61. The Banquet Center is located next to the Pitman Funeral Home. For information, please select the "Contact Us" choice on the left


Upcoming Programs

(as scheduled by Program Chairman Darrel Hollinger)                               

Oct. 21 - Valerie Beason, Behavioral Health 

Oct. 28 - Kelly Behlmann, Disabilities and Sports

Nov. 4 - Rose Cooper, Rotary Foundation

Nov. 11 - Veterans Day Program 

Nov. 18 - Club Business Meeting 

Nov. 25 - Emily Tetrault, ALS Association 

Dec. 2 - Paul Lambi, China trip 

Dec. 9 - The Hon. John Deal, Speaker of the Missouri House  Dec. 16 - Green Tree Elementary Soundwaves  

Dec. 23 -  Special Seasonal Program  

Members Need a makeup?   

Members who need to make up a missed meeting may wish to visit one of the websites below.   This requires about 30 minutes and can be done at your own leisure.  The E-Club may ask for a donation.    Follow the E-Club links, and navigate to the E-Club makeup meeting link





Rotarian Charlene and co-workers pose at the Taste of Wentzville in October. 

Two Taste of Wentzvlle committee members, Rotarians Joel and Darrel, pose during the event.  


Rotary Treasurer Sandy works at the check-in desk for this year's Scholarship Golf Tournament.

Rotarian Tony collects a bundle of trash during the club cleanup along a mile and a half section of West Meyer Road, from Peine Road to Rotary Park.

Rotarian Bob poses proudly with daughter Megan following

her presentation to the club on her experiences as an exchange student in Argentina.

Rotarians Eric, Tony, and R J catch a break following the club Brewfest August 28.  Eric chaired the event which raised funds for area charities.