Litchfield Park

Rotary Club


Our club has formed a unique partnership with the Wigwam Resort, our club's home base and the cornerstone of commerce in Litchfield Park. Our partnership with the Wigwam is intended to mutually benefit both parties and to further the stated goals of Rotary International.



Officers, Directors & Committee Chairs

Vice President
President Elect
Director Emeritus
Sgt. at Arms
Past President

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Litchfield Park

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 7:00 AM
The Arizona Kitchen at the Wigwam Country Club
300 E. Wigwam Blvd.
Litchfield Park, AZ  85340
United States
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The Rotary Club of Litchfield Park is comprised of like-minded community leaders dedicated to making a positive difference in our community. We donate many thousands of dollars to local and international charities each year and many hundreds of hours of volunteer hours.

We meet every Friday morning at 7AM at the Arizona Kitchen at the Wigwam Resort in fellowship and enjoy interesting speaker programs & enjoy each other's company.

Interested in making a difference? Come join us and learn more about Rotary's mission! 



Tim Smith receiving the PAUL HARRIS Award from our current President, Tim Blake.

President Elect Tim Smith receiving the PAUL HARRIS Award from our current president, Tim Blake!


Past President Debra with the Millennium High School Interact Club

Service Project: Kids Against Hunger

Good young people doing good work!


Rotary International News & Events

Rotary and ShelterBox support Syrian refugees
In Syria, where a civil war has been raging since 2011, more than 6,000 people flee the country every day. As of September, more than 4.1 million people have become refugees, and 7.6 million more have been internally displaced. “The plight of Syria’s refugees is a litmus test for the world's compassion,” says Rotary International General Secretary John Hewko. “Rotary members worldwide are profoundly disheartened by the refugee crisis now unfolding in Syria and other parts of the world,” which the United Nations has described as the worst in decades. “Rotary is following the situation closely...
Ravindran declares Riseley president-nominee
RI President K.R. Ravindran officially declared Ian H.S. Riseley Rotary International’s president-nominee on 1 October. The nominating Committee for President of RI selected Riseley, of the Rotary club of Sandringham, Victoria, Australia, in August. He will be formally elected at the 2016 RI Convention in Seoul, Korea, and will become president on 1 July 2017.  Read more about Riseley
Attend one of five presidential conferences
Find new and innovative ways to improve your community by attending one of five presidential conferences this year, hosted by RI President K.R. Ravindran and Foundation Trustee Chair Ray Klinginsmith. The conferences, to be held around the world between January and March, will highlight Rotary’s areas of focus. Use these links to learn about each of the programs and to register to attend: Peace and Conflict Resolution, 15-16 January in Ontario, California, USA Disease Prevention and Treatment, 19-20 February in Cannes, France Economic Development, 27 February in Cape Town, South Africa...
Under One Sky lights the way to a better world
Rotary and ONE, an international advocacy organization, joined other event partners in downtown Chicago on 24 September to demonstrate a commitment to ending extreme poverty and inequality and to promoting action on climate change on the eve of the United Nations launch of its Sustainable Development Goals. The 17 ambitious goals constitute a road map for finding solutions to the world’s most pressing problems, and dovetail with Rotary members’ work to create positive change in their communities and around the world. As dusk fell over Chicago, participants in the Under One Sky event held up...
Nigeria declared polio-free, removed from endemic list
The World Health Organization (WHO) announced on 25 September that Nigeria is now polio-free and has been officially removed from the list of countries where polio is endemic. It’s been 14 months since any cases of polio caused by the wild virus have been detected there. With Nigeria’s historic achievement, polio remains endemic in only two countries: Afghanistan and Pakistan. That means transmission of the virus has never been stopped there. Nigeria was the last country in Africa where polio was endemic. The continent celebrated its own first full year without the disease on 11 August. Once...