Welcome to the Rotary Club of Eau Claire

Rotary Lights Bridge
The Rotary Club of Eau Claire spearheaded the project to bring lights to the Phoenix Park Bridge in Eau Claire. What a success it has been! 
Sponsor a night on the bridge. You can pick out the color and honor an organization or individual. This is also a great way to highlight school and family events. 
Rotary Club of Eau Claire is very proud of our Rotary Lights Bridge.
Photo used with permission by photographer Tina Ecker.
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International Youth Exchange 2022-23
This school year the club is sponsoring inbound student Lenny W. Lenny is from Belgium and is attending Memorial High School. He joined the high school soccer team almost immediatelly upon arrival and found success on the pitch (Lenny was the captain of his soccer team at home in Belgium), playing midfield for the Old Abes. He plans to play tennis in the spring. One of his goals while in the United States -- attend an NBA game. 
Lenny arrived in Minneapolis on August 22 and was greeted by club Youth Exchange Officer Steve Nick and host parents Ann & Rusty Brand.
Playing soccer for Memorial Old Abes
Lenny sharing info about himself and Belgium at a club meeting.

Passing the Gavel, June 2022
Carrie Ronannder, our new President, presented Char Gurney with her past president plaque and badge during the Installation Ceremony hosted by the club in June.
Char moved many projects forward during her year as President: $10,000 in books were purchased for the L.E. Phillips Memorial Library, we participated in our first Rotary Environmental Day of Service, and we formed partnership with Rotary Club of Accra-East in Ghana to develop a Global Grant Project centered on protecting women from cervical cancer in Ghana, Africa. 
We thank Char for an amazing year and look forward to Carries Presidency.

Audrey Nelson
Jan 05, 2023
Brain Injury Alliance of Wisconsin
Monica Obrycki
Jan 19, 2023 12:00 PM
Eau Claire Energy Co-op