Why Join the Rotary Club of West St. Louis County?

There's something all Rotary club members have in common: We take action!

As community volunteers, we reach out to neighbors in need. We build, support, and organize. We save lives. We work locally and globally. Around the world and around the corner, the men and women of the Rotary Club of West St. Louis County:


  • Get involved in our community
  • Connect with other professionals
  • Share our time and experience with young people
  • Support local causes
  • Support global causes such as eradicating polio
  • Use our skills to help others

Whether you're a veteran volunteer or new to community service, we're looking for people like you!



How to Become a Member of the Rotary Club of West St. Louis County:

Visit one of our club meetings to learn more about who we are and what we do. Or, Contact us to discuss membership.

Download the application form here.

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Where We Meet

We meet weekly at St. John Church in Ellisville. We meet each Tuesday at noon. The church is located at 15800 Manchester Road in Ellisville, Missouri, 63011. If there is a fifth Tuesday in the month, we meet at an alternate location. That location is posted on the home page under the events calendar.

(The Rotary Club of West St. Louis County is not affiliated with any religious or political organization.)

Why Rotary?

  • Rotary is a worldwide network of inspired individuals who translate their passions into relevant social causes to change lives in communities.

  • Made up of over 34,000 Rotary clubs around the world, Rotary International forms a global network of business, professional, and community leaders who volunteer their time and talents to serve communities locally and around the world – and form strong, lasting friendships in the process.

  • Our motto, Service Above Self, exemplifies the humanitarian spirit of the 1.2 million Rotarians worldwide. Service efforts are directed toward our areas of focus:

    Peace and conflict prevention/resolution

    Disease prevention and treatment

    Water and sanitation

    Maternal and child health

    Basic education and literacy

    Economic and community development