WELCOME!
The Fargo-Moorhead AM Rotary Club was chartered in 1991 and continues to grow every year. Our club is a fun, energetic bunch that enjoys networking and fellowship, even at 7:00 AM!  Feel free to browse our site and learn more about our club, our causes, and what makes our organization great. See you Thursday morning!
 

FM AM Rotary Clubs Mission:
The FM AM Rotary Club works to improve the lives of children locally, regionally and globally.

Interested in Rotary and want to be our guest?
We meet every Thursday at 7:00 AM at the Delta by Marriott.

But first...what is Rotary? 

 
What's New With Fargo-Moorhead AM Rotary?
Thursday, Sept 1. 2022 6:00 PM
 
END OF SUMMER LUAU! 
Hosted by Sue & Scott Omdalen and Annette & Dan Peterson 
Location: Peterson home
$50/ticket, all proceeds going to Polio Plus

September 1: RYLA Update with Kristi Huber and students

Sept. 8th: Glenn Stevens, Business Coach

Sept. 15th: TBD

Sept. 22: NO MORNING MEETING: Service Project TBD

Sept 29: Classification Talks

Q4 Speakers will be posted soon! 

 
 
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Welcome

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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