2023-24 Rotary International Theme: "Create Hope in the World"   

Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and helps build 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.


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Every year the Wentzville Rotary holds a Memorial Service to remember, reflect on, and give gratitude for the dedication and leadership for all deceased club members at our Memorial in Rotary Park. The Wentzville American Legion Post 323 has graciously presented the colors for this event for many years.

Wentzville Rotary continues its mission of service above self to the residents of West St. Charles County Missouri as it meets the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month at 12:10. Please inquire on the website for location or an invitation. 

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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





Pres. Geff Dunn and the club present a $25,000 pledge to Unlimited Play's Jake's Field of Dreams

Rotarians Shop for Christmas Gifts at Walmart

The Club, along with significant help from Walmart Wentzville, purchased numerous gifts to donate to LINC's annual Christmas Gift Giving Program. Pictured are Project Chair RJ Runge and daughter, Club Pres. Donna Marie Pierre, and Walmart Store Manager Phil Fanara and family.

The Club Donates to WPD Blue Line Family

With proceeds from our annual golf tournament, the Club made a significant contribution to both the WPD Blue Line Family and the WFPD Community Outreach Program.

4th Annual Beer, Wine, & Food Festival

In September 2019, the Club hosted it's annual Wentzville Beer, Wine, & Food Festival in conjunction with the City of Wentzville as part of the Fall Festival. The event is the Club's largest current fundraiser and a combined continuation of the Taste of Wentzville and Brewfest.

Rotary Garage Sale Benefiting USO

Rotarian Dan Schroeder hosted a club garage sale at his house where several hundred dollars was raised and donated to the USO at Lambert Airport which will help provide much needed services such as food, toiletries, and R&R for soldiers traveling through St. Louis.

Jake's Field of Dreams Groundbreaking!

Club members gathered at Heartland Park to participate in the Groundbreaking Ceremony for Unlimited Play's Jake's Field of Dreams after the Wentzville Rotary donated $25,000 to the project and sponsored two of the pieces of equipment for this all-inclusive playground.


Club Gives $15,000 Check to Unlimited Play

Club President Amber Pauk and Event Co-Chair Eric Glass present a $15,000 donation to Unlimited Play for Jake's Field of Dreams at the club's annual Wentzville Beer, Wine, & Food Festival. The club has now given $20,000 of the pledged $25,000 for the project.  Representing Unlimited Play are Jake's parents, Jim and Diane Vollmer.


Club Hosts Successful Golf Tourney

The Wentzville Rotary raised several thousand dollars for Jake's Field of Dreams at its annual golf outing at Golf Club of Wentzville on June 16, 2017.  Pictured are Rotarian Harry Corbett, his son, his grandson, and a family friend.

Club Hosts Mizzou Greats for Lunch

Club Pres. Geff Dunn, Past Pres. Eric Glass, and Past Pres. Darrel Lackey pose with former Mizzou AD Mike Alden and former Mizzou football great TJ Moe who played on the 2013 SEC East and 2013 Cotton Bowl Champion team.


Club Sponsors Decals on Police Cars

Club Pres. Geff Dunn, Past Pres. Darrel Lackey, and Police Chief Kurt Frisz show off the new decals that the Wentzville Rotary helped to sponsor. All WPD vehicles have been emblazoned with our nations motto, "In God We Trust." (Photo by Jim Schulte)


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. The annual memorial ceremony is held in September.   (Photo by Jim Schulte)

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.  Bill has been a club member 45 years.  (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. (Photo by Jim Schulte)