Iowa City Noon Rotary

Rotary’s motto of “Service Above Self” is evident in the many ways the Iowa City Noon Rotary is involved in international, national and local efforts to improve health and wellness, education and literacy, and the lives of others through numerous projects, many of which are in partnership with other Rotary clubs in District 6000.

Annually, our club’s committees are dedicated to:
Many projects launched by Iowa City Noon Rotarians have gone on to become larger, District-wide projects that have an international impact. The Iowa MOST project provides cleft lip palate surgeries for patients in Central America while other Rotarians have been instrumental in developing a number of school and healthcare projects in Xicotepec, Mexico. In addition, our club supports RAG4ClubFoot, a Rotary Action Group (RAG) focused on expanding the nonsurgical clubfoot treatment developed by university of Iowa Dr. Ignacio Ponseti.
In addition to this good work, Rotarians are actively involved in club operations by helping greet attendees, take meeting notes, coordinate weekly guest speakers, provide music, take attendance, manage our website, and more. The club is guided by a board of directors who are dedicated to the improvement of our club and the engagement of our members.
Click here to download a PDF that lists all committees, objectives, chair persons, and co-chair persons (if applicable).