Who We Are

The Logan Ohio Rotary Club is comprised of local residents, business and professional persons dedicating their time, talents, and efforts for the better of their community.

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What We Do

The Logan Rotary club holds various fundraisers throughout the year to fund projects like the annual Christmas Bike Drive, Family Fishing day, High School Scholarships, Rotary student exchanges, and other local community needs.

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Get Involved

Want to get involved or have an interest in joining Rotary? Find out what it takes and what it means to be a Rotarian.

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Mission Statement

The mission of Rotary International , a worldwide association of Rotary clubs, is to provide service to others, promote high ethical standards, and advance world understanding , goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.

The Logan Rotary Club meets every Monday at noon at Lee's Banquet Haus, 580 Radio Lane, Logan, Ohio 43138.

Worldwide Impact

Part of being a Rotarian is knowing that our dues help on a worldwide scale. By becoming a member of the Logan Rotary Club, you are able to help the world become a better place because a portion of our dues goes directly to Rotary International. Below is some of their latest projects they are working on and our club is helping to support.

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Chris Rider was the guest speaker today. Chris is the coach of the Varsity boys basketball team at Logan High School. Last year the Chieftains had a 20 win season and was ranked 9th in the State. ... See more

1 month ago
World Polio Day

World Polio Day 2018. Rotary has contributed more than $1.8US billion to ending polio since 1985, including annual contributions by the Rotary Club of Logan.

With your help, we can end polio for good.

3 months ago

Nanette Swinehart, executive director of Brighten Your Future, spoke to the Logan Rotary Club regarding the history and success of BYF. For the 2018-2019 school year, 49 students received $1800 ... See more