2016-2017 Rotary International Theme: "Rotary Serving Humanity"
Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and helps buiRld goodwill and peace in the world. Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 32,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas.

Web site updated Oct. 20, 2016

Club honors deceased Rotarians

Rotary President Geff Dunn rings the bell as long-time member Jim Pitman reads the names of deceased

members who are honored with stone pavers at the club memorial in Rotary Park.  Club members gathered there Sept. 19.  (Photo by Jim Schulte)

Wentzville Rotary 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.

Food service from West Allen Grill, buffet style, begins at 11:30 a.m.  For information, please select "Contact Us" on the left


Upcoming Programs

(as scheduled by Program Chairman Darrel Hollinger)                                                      

Oct. 25 - Mark Stallmann, CEO, Assn. of Realtors

Nov. 1 - Deana Dothage, MO RIDES

Nov. 8 - Jim Vollmer, Jakes Field of Dreams

Nov. 15 - Joseph Luckett, Succeeding in Business

Nov. 22 - Thanksgiving Program

Nov. 29 - Dave Caruso, Dept of Natural Resources

Dec. 6 - Salvation Army

Dec. 13 - Annual Business Meeting

Dec. 20 - Christmas Program (Wentzville Schools music)

Dec. 27 - Christmas Trivia - Eric & Theresa Glass

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Members Need a Makeup?   

Members who need to make up a missed meeting may wish to visit one of the web sites 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






Paul Harris honoree

Kersey Twiehaus poses with her mother Charlene and other Rotary officials (Tom, David, and President Geff) after being presented with the Paul Harris Fellow recognition at the Sept. 6 club meeting.   Kersey was designated for the award by mom Charlene who earned the status through her giving to the Rotary Foundation.  

(Photo by Jim Schulte)

Club welcomes exchange student

Wentzville Rotary President Geff and student exchange host Mike welcome our Rotary exchange student for 2016-17.  (Photo by Jim Schulte)


Heather Kemper-Hussey of Lake St. Louis who is the reigning Mrs. Missouri poses with Rotary President Geff Dunn after speaking to the club in September.

(Photo by Jim Schulte)


2015-16 President Darrell Lackey, right, passed the baton and gave his blessings to the 2016-17 President, Geff Dunn, an agent with Shelter Insurance, Wentzville, in the annual changing of the guard ceremony in late June.

Rotarian Bill Zollmann, Wentzville attorney, speaks on

the importance of having wills and other legal documents at the June 7 meeting.  Bill has been a club member 45 years.  (Photo by Jim Schulte) 

2015-16 President Darrell and Rotarian Theresa display the best attendance award they earned at a recent Intercity Rotary meeting.   (Photo by Jim Schulte) 

Rotarian Harry Corbett congratulates his daughter-in-law Courtney for her Paul Harris Fellow award.   Harry earned his Paul Harris Plus 7 Award recently and designated Courtney as the honoree, a privilege accorded under Rotary Foundation rules for each $1,000 a member contributes.  (Photo by Jim Schulte) 

Rotarian David Demien receives the Community Service Award from Community Service Chairman Brett Hanke in May.  (Photo by Jim Schulte)