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Welcome to the new Sturgeon Bay Rotary Website.


Meetings are held at the Sturgeon Bay Yacht Club every Thursday at noon. Hope to see you there.


Our club was founded in 1925 and is one of the oldest clubs north of Chicago. We meet every Thursday at Noon at The Sturgeon Bay Yacht Club in beautiful Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Our club has an active membership of over 100 regular attendees from many of Door County's most recognized businesses. We are a member of the 6220 Rotary International District. Visiting Rotarians are always welcome.

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We are 1.2 million neighbors, friends, and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in our communities and around the world. While we all have differing occupations, our shared passion for service helps us accomplish the remarkable. 

Membership in the Rotary Club of Sturgeon Bay 

Sturgeon Bay Rotary Shipyard Tours

Saturday, May 3rd, 2014 9 am - 2pm  Tour 3 shipyards:  Bay Shipbuilding, Palmer Johnson Yachts, and Great Lakes Yacht Services.  Description:  22nd Annunal Sturgeon Bay Shipyard Tour.  Only day of the year these yards are open to the public.  Guided and semi-guided walking tours.  Plan for approximately 3 hours to see all 3 shipyards and their current projects.    Tickets:   Adults:  $12      Student age 11 to 17: $6 Advanced tickets available (but not necessary) at Door County Maritime Mus

Ethics in Business Award

Rotary Ethics in Business award

The Rotary Clubs of Door County (Sturgeon Bay Noon, Breakfast and Northern Door) are proud to announce they are accepting nominations for the second annual Door County Ethics in Business Award. Residents are encouraged to nominate businesses or individuals they believe to be leaders in ethical business practices by the deadline on the application form.

Katie's Slide Show on Slovakia

Click on link below to download PDF of presentation.

How did you get started in Rotary?


Slow connection?... Hit the pause button and wait for it to download, then hit play.

Bill Gates Speaks to Rotary

January 21st, 2009

Little Lake Donation

 


Little Lake Donation $1,500


Sturgeon Bay Rotary donates $1,500 to Little Lake Project.  Pictured are Bob Bordeau, Greg Meisner, and Roger Anderson.

Rotary Mug presented to RI President Elect

 


Ray Klinginsmith and Dennis White


Dennis White presents the "coveted" Sturgeon Bay Rotary Mug to Rotary International President Elect Ray Klinginsmith while at the RI headquarters in Evanston.

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