Welcome to the Fargo Moorhead AM Rotary Club
Join us Thursday mornings at 7am
and start your day with a cup of laughter!
WELCOME The Fargo-Moorhead AM Rotary Club was chartered in 1991 with 25 members. We meet Thursdays at 7:00 AM at the Delta by Marriott (formerly Ramada Plaza Suites), 1635 42nd Street South, Fargo. Our club is an energetic bunch that enjoys fellowship, even at that early hour. Feel free to browse our site and learn more about our club, our causes, and what makes our organization great. See you Thursday morning!

Dan Peterson - Club President 2017-2018

What's New With Fargo-Moorhead AM Rotary?
2016-2017 Fargo Moorhead AM Rotary Club President, Tom Thompson, officially passed the gavel to new leadership on Thursday, July 6th at the club's annual banquet.  President Dan Peterson is the new FMAM Rotary Club President for 2017-2018 Rotary Year.  Approximately 100 members, guests, and visiting Rotarians attended the event at Ramada Plaza and Suites.
Congratulations Dan Peterson, 2017-2018 Club President we are proud of you and know it will be a wonderful year of "Service Above Self"!
Club Meeting Information


Fargo Moorhead AM Rotary Club

"Service Above Self"

We meet Thursdays at 7:00 AM
Delta by Marriott
1635 42nd Street S.
Mailing Address: PO Box 9359
Fargo, ND  58106-9359
United States
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