- Is it the truth?
- Is it fair to all concerned?
- Will it build goodwill and friendships?
- Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
Welcome to 2018!
The Fargo Rotary Club was organized June 17, 1917 and is proud to continue a tradition of service above self in our 101st year. As we celebrate our 101st year in 2018, we encourage you to join us! This service above self is visible in the local community, our region, and internationally. Fargo Rotary strives to help the youth of our community through many projects.
Click on our MEMBERS link above to see our current members, Also, check out EVENTS link above to check out Facebook page and our Twitter feed at @FargoRotary.
Also, checkout our newest 2018 video on what is Fargo Rotary? Members from our club produced this video and the Fargo Rotary Club made the lead gift to make this happen!
Click here to view.
Most recent projects include the new TNT Sensory Gym which was our Centennial Project in 2017. We have been involved with the Moorhead Miracle Field for children who are now able to participate in playing baseball with crutches, wheelchairs, and other necessary tools for mobility. Our Club volunteers every month at projects and organizations around the community. As a matter of fact we led our area clubs in total service hours given last year! Internationally, Fargo Rotary members support Polio Plus and a project in the Republic of Congo in providing crutches for residents, in addition to projects in Guatemala and India.
There are five Rotary Clubs in Fargo-Moorhead. Fargo West Rotary meets on Monday at noon at the Holiday Inn, Moorhead Rotary meets on Tuesday at noon at the Hjemkomst Center, Fargo Rotary meets on Wednesday at noon at the Radisson Hotel, FM AM Rotary meets on Thursday at 7:00 AM at the Ramada Plaza and Suites and Conference Center, and FM PM Rotary meets Monday at 5:30 PM at the Lucky 13 Pub in Fargo.