District Governor Visit
District Governor Joe Z visits and presents to Quincy Rotary.
Joe Z with President Andy
Joe Z, our newest member Lisa Kelly, and her sponser Jim Boland.
Below is an article submitted by our President for inclusion in the Community Connections Newsletter.
Rotary has been dedicated to the idea of “service above self” for more than 100 years.  Our mission is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our worldwide fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.
The collective leadership and expertise of our 1.2 million members helps us tackle some of the world’s biggest challenges, locally and globally. We are united by common values and vision for the future as we sharpen our focus with targeted specific causes that will reach communities most in need.
Rotary members unite at home and across the globe in more than 34,000 clubs to put our experience and knowledge to work tackling our most pressing challenges. We focus our efforts in six areas: promoting peace, preventing diseases, providing access to clean water and sanitation, enhancing maternal and child health, improving basic education and literacy, and helping communities develop.
We are especially dedicated to ending polio in our lifetimes. Rotary members have persevered in this fight since 1979 and have now helped eradicate polio in all but three countries worldwide.
The Rotary Club of Quincy was established in 1931 and is a strong, growing and vibrant club.  We currently have a membership of more than 50 community leaders who share a passion for both community service and friendship.
Rotary unites people from all continents, cultures, and occupations—it's truly one of our greatest strengths. Our members are leaders in their fields and communities. Our diverse perspectives help us to see problems differently—and help us solve them in communities throughout the world.
We use our knowledge of local issues to identify areas of need, then apply our expertise and diverse perspectives to the problem. Rotary members are at work in your community right now feeding the hungry, tutoring children, maintaining parks, and more. You can help.  Join us and change lives.