Welcome to the Finest Rotary Club in the World!

As the oldest service club in the world, Rotary International was founded on fellowship, an ideal that remains a major attraction of membership today.

As the world’s 11th largest Rotary club, our members represent a cross-section of the community’s owners, executives, managers, and professional leaders who make decisions and influence policy throughout northwest Ohio. For the past 100 years, the Rotary Club of Toledo has made a difference in meeting the needs of deserving people in our community and elsewhere. Together, we are capable of achieving great things as we begin our 2nd century of service to our local and international communities!


Upcoming Rotary Speaker

Monday, October 12        NO MEETING
Monday, October 19        Rotary on the Road - Toledo Zoo and Aquarium
                                              Jeff Sailer - Toledo Zoo Master Planalt

The meeting will take place in the Museum of Science adjacent to Nature's Neighborhood and the Amphitheatre. Please park in the Broadway Street lot and inform them you are a Rotarian and head to the Museum (parking is included in the lunch fee). Lunch is $15 and please bring cash. 


Mr. Sailer will highlight the next 10 year master plan for the zoo with emphasis on creating a dynamic year-round visitor experience, driving tourism dollars in the region, and stimulating the local economy. Mr. Sailer received his B.S. in Zoology from Ball State University and his M.S. in Zoology from the University of Florida. Prior to being named as the Executive Director of The Toledo Zoo in August, 2012, Mr. Sailer was the Director of City Zoos/Facility Director at the Central Park Zoo in New York City.  He also served in several other capacities during his six year tenure at that institution.  Prior to that, he was Curator of Birds at the Miami Metrozoo.  As part of his avian research work, Mr. Sailer participated in several expeditions to Papua New Guinea and the Kingdom of Tonga.  Mr. Sailer is a member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) and has served on a number of advisory groups and committees. 


Rotary Lake Erie Water Conference October 23 & 24

Water Conference featured on the cover of the Blade.

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Vision Statement

The Rotary Club of Toledo is a community of highly engaged leaders, committed to ever-increasing involvement and service to Rotary International and our own region. Club members share friendship and fellowship through service above self and provide extensive resources to fund community transformation programs and major long-term projects.