Rotary information and administration
December 2019 Fellowship Day assignments
The club's December 3, 2019 "Vocational Fellowship Day" meeting will take place at a variety of sites. Members have been assigned to one of these based on their requests. Click on the link above to see your assignment. NOTE: meetings began at noon, NOT the usual 12:30 p.m., and include a box lunch.
District 7730 website
Rotary District 7730 comprises 49 clubs in southeastern North Carolina, most of which are direct descendants of the Wilmington club. The district website has useful information about district officers and committees, officers of other clubs, and a calendar of other events.
District and club database
This password-protected site offers information for club members' use. Usernames are typically email addresses, and passwords are derived from Rotarians' member numbers, found on the mailing label for the monthly Rotarian magazine.
Herman Blizzard Archives
A former president of this club and a former district governor, the late Herman Blizzard accumulated a large archive of documents, photographs and artifacts concerning the club's history. It is now housed in the Special Collections Library at UNC Wilmington's Randall Library. A portion of the archives are now available online.
Rotary online meeting makeup
One way to earn makeup credit for missed club meetings is to sign in to this "e-club" and spend half an hour, and a few dollars, watching videos about Rotary. Makeup credit will be assigned automatically upon completion of the session.
The Rotary Foundation
This non-profit provides the financial muscle for Rotary's projects world-wide. The Rotary Foundation has earned the highest marks from Charity Navigator for integrity and low administrative overhead.
Wilmington Rotary Club Constitution and By-laws
These are the essential documents that govern our club. They are derived from standards set by the world-wide Rotary movement that apply to all clubs.
Wilmington Rotary Club Strategic Plan 2016-19
As the club entered its second century, members drafted this guide to our goals, priorities and program objectives for the next three years.
Partners and organizations we support
Blue-ribbon Commission on the Prevention of Youth Violence
Cape Fear Literacy Council
Child Development Center
Coins for Alzheimer's Research Trust: The CART Fund
Communities in Schools of Cape Fear
Community Boys and GIrls Club
Coomacka (Guyana) Village Community Development Council
Georgetown, Guyana Rotary Club
GLOW Academy (Girls Leadership Of Wilmington)
Good Shepherd Center
Historic Wilmington Foundation
New Hanover County elementary schools (supported by our Literacy Committee)
College Park Elementary School
Forest Hills Elementary School
Gregory Elementary School
Mary C. Williams Elementary School
Rachel Freeman Elementary School
Sunset Park Elementary School
Phoenix Hometown Hires
Salvation Army, Wilmington
Williston Middle School
Rotary legacy presentation
This slide show, produced as part of our 2015 centennial celebration, documents the many family connections between members of today's club and between current Rotarians and their ancestors. NOTE: Several of the members shown in the slide show have since died.
Achieving diversity: how Rotary welcomed women and people of color
For too long, Rotary had a reputation as a white men's club. As late as the 1980s, Rotary International refused to allow women to become members. This article, researched for the club's centennial, outlines how our club began the process of diversifying its membership. It was written in 2015 by Mimi Cunningham, who was the club's first woman president in 1994-95.
See additional details about the club's founding and early history, and a digital facsimile of our 100th anniversary history publication, from April 2015. Go to Club History.