About Our Club
The Anchorage International Rotary Club (club 54, District 5010) was chartered February 8, 1958 as the Spenard Rotary Club, the ninth Rotary club in Alaska.  The club changed its name to Anchorage International Rotary Club during the 1982-1983 year.

The club initially met at the Forest Park Country Club until its sale in 1966.  From 1966 to 1968, the club met at the Captain Cook Hotel.  In 1968, the club moved to the new Gold Rush Hotel.  In 1969, the Gold Rush Hotel caught fire, so the club moved back to the Captin Cook Hotel.  The Gold Rush Hotel became home again for Anchorage International from 1972-1975.  In 1975, the club moved to the Anchorage International Inn (now known as the Coast International Inn).  The club meets for lunch every Friday at noon at the Coast International Inn located at 3333 West International Road,  Phone: (907)243-2233.