Rotary Club of Derby

A service organization of local men and women serving their community and enriching the lives of others.

About Rotary Club of Derby

Serving the Derby Community

Derby Rotary Club is an active service organization supporting local causes and humanitarian projects worldwide.  The group meets every Friday from noon to 1:00 pm in the Derby Public Library Community Room at 1600 E. Walnut Grove in Derby, one block west of Rock Road and one block north of Madison.

Member Rotarians and their guests enjoy delicious meals prepared by local caterers while speakers provide interesting educational programs to raise awareness of people, places and current issues. 

Rotary Service Projects

Derby Rotary supports many local projects to enrich the lives of the people in the Derby community. The Rotary motto Service Above Self is visible in the projects outlined below:

  • All Derby school district 3rd graders receive a full-cover illustrated dictionary.  This has been an annual tradition young students look forward to.

  • Over 20 college scholarships have been awarded to Derby High Seniors thanks to Derby Rotary Club. 

  • Scholarships are given to eligible students wanting to attend RYLA, a Rotary Leadership camp for high school students.
  • Books from the Derby Public Library are delivered to homebound residents through the Library2Go program.

  • An annual donation is given to Operation Holiday which serves families in the Derby Public School System.

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