Upcoming Speakers
Past Speakers
Vivian Harvey
Nov 15, 2017
Guatemala: Observations after thirty years of visiting and living in the land of the Maya
Heather Grossman
Nov 08, 2017
How to Eliminate Waste and Save Time in Your Daily Life
Crystal Ward Allen
Nov 01, 2017
The Opioid Epidemic and it’s impact on the Ohio Child and Family Services System in Ohio
Club Executives & Directors
Past President
Vice President
Director (2nd Tem)
Director (1st Tem)
Director (2nd Tem)
Director (1st Tem)
Director (2nd term)
Director (2nd Tem)
Director (1st Tem)
Director (1st Tem)
Director (2ndTem)

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Welcome to the Dublin Worthington Rotary! 

The Dublin Worthington Rotary Club was chartered in 1974. From the original group of thirty-five, the club has grown progressively with new members representing a cross section of the community’s business, vocational, and professional interests.

Dublin Worthington Rotarians: 
  • raise funds for service projects, 
  • donate books to area schools, 
  • assist families in crisis, and 
  • provide college scholarships to local high school graduates 
We invite you to learn more about our club by contacting us
We meet on 1st and 2nd wednesdays at 7:30 AM, 3rd and 4th at 12:00 at:

Brookdale Trillium Crossing
3500 Trillium Crossing
Dublin, OH  43017

Upcoming Events
Bringing up babies

After overcoming a tough childhood, pediatrician Ramon Resa is helping to raise a new generation of

Rotary advisers put polio on world stage

Behind the scenes of polio eradicationRotary’s national advocacy advisers are putting polio on the world stage. Here’s

‘Peace needs to be lived’

Rotary Day at the United Nations pushes peace from concept to

More than $1 billion in pledges to end polio

At the Rotary International Convention, global leaders and key donors affirm their commitment to ending

Scholar measuring and stopping public corruption

Scholar measuring and stopping public corruptionGlobal grant scholarship recipient Lusiné Mehrabyan is working toward solving one of the most difficult and pervasive world ills: government corruption.Mehrabyan, a native of Armenia