Welcome to Rotary of Atlanta West End! Many things have changed in Atlanta's West End since 1958, bu one thing has remained the same...The Rotary Club of Atlanta West End. Throughout our 60+ year history, our organizational DNA hasn't changed. We have always worked to build strong relationships between servant leaders of diverse backgrounds, leveraging our resources for broader collective impact in our community.
Why join Rotary of Atlanta West End? You'll connect with other members who are respected, engaged professionals and community leaders from a cross-section of some of Atlanta's most influential institutions.
You'll instantly be part of an international fellowship, welcomed to visit and network with any of the more than 33,000 Rotary clubs in 200 countries
Each week, you'll meet thought-provoking speakers who will deepen your understanding of our city and how it works.
And you'll enjoy sharing time with our fun, informal, friendly group at weekly meetings, social events, conferences, and service projects.
Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
|Jul 7, 2020||3D printers to the rescue|
|Jul 6, 2020||Better together|
|Jul 6, 2020||The Rotarian Conversation: Marc Freedman|
|Jul 2, 2020||Rotary’s first virtual convention inspires members to innovate and stay connected|
|Jul 2, 2020||Young at heart|
|Jul 2, 2020||Supporting the environment becomes a new area of focus|
|Jun 26, 2020||Watch: Italian clubs aim to protect hospital workers responding to COVID-19|
|Jun 26, 2020||Kenyan Rotarians take action to prevent spread of COVID-19 |
|Jun 26, 2020||Italian club uses expertise to aid in coronavirus fight|
|Jun 25, 2020||Clem Renouf, the RI president who inspired Rotary’s polio eradication efforts, dies|
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Stories about Rotary as told by our membership.
Rose Caplan, AWER Program Leader for June, presented Mr. Dez Thornton, as our speaker. Dez fills many roles including a coach on leadership and organizational development and in public speaking. He grew up in Norfolk, VA and has been in the ATL for 16 years. One of the many sensible things he shares with others is the importance of Listening and … [more]
President Paige introduced Mr. Uku Urb, a member of the Georgia Rotary Student Program–GRSP RY19-20, as our speaker. Uku has attended many meetings during his GRSP time in the USA while a student at Clayton State University. He said this year in the USA, studying and through his participation in GRSP, made 2019-20 the best year of his life. … [more]
Eric John, AWER Historian, presented Mr. Tyrone Oliver, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice - DJJ. Mr. Oliver has been in law enforcement for 21 years, including serving as the Chief of Police, Social Circle GA, and also as its deputy city manager. He’s a fellow Rotarian.
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Faye Hammonds, the AWER Program Leader for May, presented Mr. John Ahmann, President of the Westside Future Fund and leader of the huge community change project on Atlanta’s Westside. John, who’s been a major ‘go-to’ person for decades benefiting many organizations, including Atlanta's Olympic Games, the State of Georgia, the Metro Atlanta … [more]
Faye Hammonds, the AWER Program Leader for May, presented Ms. Tes Sobomehin Marshall, Founder, Runningnerds, & RACE Director, as our speaker. Tes began The Race because she loves running and exercise, but also as a way to promote black successes, responsibility, healthier living and greater investment in the black … [more]
Since 1985, Rotary has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in the effort to rid the world of the polio virus.