Our Projects

Rotary Christmas Bike Drive - For the past 13 years, members of the Logan Rotary Club have opened their hearts to share the joy of Christmas with many children throughout the community. Prior to this year, they partnered with Toys to Share to offer new bicycles to children who applied through the program. However, Toys to Share is not distributing […]
Annual Pancake Feast - Plans are underway for the 49th Annual Pancake Feast to be held Saturday, May 5, 2018 from 7:30 am-1:00 pm. The event is a tasty and economical way to feed yourself or the entire family. Additionally, it affords you the opportunity to support our community by just eating. The Pancake Feast is the primary fundraiser […]
Project Mingo Shelter - A little over 20 years ago, the Logan Rotary Club helped finance and build the shelter house at Mingo Park between the baseball fields and the children’s playground area. While the City of Logan did put on a new roof 2 years ago, the rafters supporting the roof have now become loose or broken due […]
Annual Family Fishing Day - “Get Hooked on Rotary Family Fishing Day.” Every year for the last 10 years, the Logan Rotary Club has sponsored a family fishing day at Rose lake. Rose lake is stocked with trout on this day and provides an excellent chance for the little ones to catch a fish. Not only can children catch a […]
Cardboard City 2015 - The Cardboard City is an awareness fundraiser sponsored by Habitat for Humanity. Pictured are Andrew McGhee, Damon Kuhn, Madison McGhee, and Sophie McGhee for team Logan Rotary. “The issue that we’re addressing is substandard housing in our region,” said Amber Mendenhall, director of community engagement. “So people donate and they volunteer their time for a […]
Kachelmacher Park Rehab 2014 – 2015 - With the help of the community, local businesses and grant funding more than $20,000 in improvements to parking and playground equipment will be made at Kachelmacher Park this year. The City of Logan applied for a $20,750 project from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Nature Works Grant program, which is a 75 percent funded […]
Highway Clean Up - The Logan Rotary Club has adopted US Highway 33 between 664 and 93 exits. Rotarians meet at Kachelmacher Park every 3 months to pick up rubbish along the highway. Friends and family are invited to participate, but you must be at least 18 years of age.