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.
|Jan 20, 2020||Holger Knaack sees opportunities for Rotary to change, thrive|
|Jan 9, 2020||Rotary establishes peace center at Makerere University|
|Jan 7, 2020||Toastmasters and Rotary partner to help members grow professionally and make a difference in their communities|
|Dec 5, 2019||Value of Rotary volunteering|
|Nov 25, 2019||The Sustainability Challenge|
|Nov 12, 2019||6 humanitarians honored for their work with refugees|
|Nov 11, 2019||Hoops on the Hudson|
|Oct 31, 2019||World Polio Day cheers major achievements toward global polio eradication|
|Oct 30, 2019||Rotary provides millions in polio funding as wild poliovirus type 3 is eradicated|
|Oct 21, 2019||Join us for Rotary’s World Polio Day Online Global Update|
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Stories about Rotary as told by our membership.
President Paige presented Mr. Marion Lessington, one of AWER’s most excellent new members, who presented a classification talk, describing his life and career. Marion gave us the wonderful surprise that he is a musician, having graduated from the College of Charleston (SC) as a music major and served as the music director in his church. He’ … [more]
Kevin Wilson, who has taken a leading role in AWER’s Microbusiness Program begun by Mark Newman, presented Ms. Economy Jackson, Director of Asset Building and Income for the United Way of Greater Atlanta, as our speaker. She began by noting that Milton Little, president of Untied Way, frequently quotes Africans, who upon greeting a fellow countryman … [more]
President Paige thanked Matt Parrish for the wonderful job of presenting terrific speakers in December. Shifting from outside speakers, Paige called upon Kevin Wilson, who joined AWER in August, to present a ‘classification talk’ – describing his life and career. Kevin began by saying it’s unusual for him to talk about himself, but for Rotary … [more]
When introducing our speaker, Matt Parrish, AWER Program Leader for December, stated that Dr. Khaliah Johnson was the embodiment of service above self and therefore the ‘perfect’ person to address out Club. She did not disappoint – far from it, leaving us all nearly spellbound by defining her mission as a medical professional, in the US and … [more]
Located in historic Washington Park, Booker T. Washington High School serves students residing in Washington Park, Vine City, West End and other southwest Atlanta neighborhoods. Named to honor the famed educator, Washington High School was the first public high school in the State of Georgia and the City of Atlanta to serve African American students … [more]
Since 1985, Rotary has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in the effort to rid the world of the polio virus.