About us

A Message

from Beth Wilkins,
President of Flag City Morning Rotary

Welcome to Findlay Flag City Morning Rotary! As president, I would like to welcome you to our website. Our club was formed in 2005 and is one of the youngest in Rotary International’s District 6600. You may not know it, but Rotary International is the oldest service club in the world and we are proud to partner with other clubs around the world, as we accent “Service Above Self?.  You will discover that we are a growing and energetic club accenting our impact here in Findlay and the world.  You will experience that early morning energy every Wednesday morning at 7:30 as we meet at  50 North, 339 E. Melrose Ave. in Findlay for breakfast and our meeting.  Our meetings are entertaining, informative! Please join us.

Thank you for visiting our website. Please come back to this site to keep updated on our club’s programs, members and activities. If you are a local business leader looking for a service club where you can make a difference, please contact us. We would be happy to give you more information and answer any question you have.

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  1. 1. Is it the TRUTH?

  2. 2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?

  3. 3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS

  4. 4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?




Ian H.S. RiseleyPresident - Rotary International
Deb CheneyDistrict Governor
Beth WilkinsPresident
Jeff StrattonPast President
Laurie PolandPresident Elect
Christina FriiaTreasurer
Betsy HackworthSecretary
Glenn Rettig3rd year, 2nd term
Laura Eier1st year, 1st term
Jeremy Scheiderer1st year, 1st term

Visit us at one of our meetings!

Weekly on Wednesday @ 7:30AM
50 North
339 E. Melrose Ave.
Findlay, OH


Club Info

Meeting Time & Location


Each Wednesday from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.


50 North
339 E. Melrose Ave.
Findlay, Ohio.



Pledge of Allegiance

Introduction of guests and visiting Rotarians

Trivia (guests are encouraged to participate but are not obligated to give a dollar)

Happy Dollars (guests are not required to participate but are welcome)

60 Seconds (each week a club member is selected to speak for one minute about themselves or their business)

Introduction of Speaker


Additional club news and announcements


Upcoming Programs

Board Meetings

Member Duties

Committee Assignments
New Member Proposal
Make Up a Missed Meeting
Project Proposal Form

In Case of Inclement Weather

The club president or designee will call 50 North by 5 p.m. the evening before the meeting to inform them of our cancellation. Please be sure to speak to a person, do not leave a message. 

The number is 419-423-8496

If there is a “Level 3” weather emergency, the meeting will automatically be cancelled.


Phil, Christie and Christine

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Danger Brothers rock the Rotary Beer Garden

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Litzenberg Park Clean Up 2010

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Concert & Beer Garden

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District at the Zoo 2011

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March of Dimes Walk 2011

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Monks & Librarians

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Concert & Beer Garden

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Contact Us!

Flag City Morning Rotary meets every Wednesday morning.

Join us for breakfast, a presentation about our community and great fun!

Guests free! Visiting Rotarians Breakfast $9.00.

Flag City Morning Rotary

Mailing Address: 2447 Tiffin Ave. #220Findlay, OH 45840
Email: trooney@uwhancock.org



Rotarian Charles Lightner shares his passion for his board position with Awakening Minds Art. #MorningRotaryRocks Yay, Charles! ... See MoreSee Less

We asked new Board Vice President, Charles Lightner why he chose to be involved with Awakening Minds Art. We call this our Mission Moments. "Why I joined the board and why I continue to be on the board are two different reasons. I'm somewhat new to the board, (under a year) but I've always been familiar with Awakening Minds through art walks, Paint & Partake events and other programs. I've always appreciated the beliefs of AMA because I know what it's like to be different and to struggle. Personally, I always doodled my way through everything. If there was trouble at home I was doodling, if there was bullies at school- I was doodling at my desk. I was always doodling cars (& dresses, hehe) and that always brought me peace. I joined the board because Missi & Sarah asked me and I appreciated all they did and loved them both. But why I continue is mostly because of the relationships I have formed through the board. I’ve been sucking their passions out and making them my own. I adore this board & I’ve gotten to know everyone very closely. My passion is now for Molly (Mary's daughter), for Jordan (Crystal's daughter), Sandra (Kim's mom) and for Lexi (Missi's daughter). Seeing the program from behind the scenes is so different for me. I love the entire staff. I feel like I’m part of this team. It has given me a place where I feel like I belong, and I feel effective. This board is engaging. We are a growing board. We have been on retreats, training sessions, I don’t feel stagnant- I feel like I’m growing with the organization. I feel like I belong here!"

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This week we will be getting a sneak peek at the Community Conversations results from The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation's Katherine Kruechauf and United Way of Hancock County's John Urbanski. Let us know if you would like to join us as a guest. We meet on Wednesdays from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. at 50 North. ... See MoreSee Less

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We were honored to have Officer Jacob Atkins and K9 Officer Deke from the Findlay Police Department join us at our meeting this morning. Deke is dual-trained to find drugs and help apprehend suspects. He is a good boy! ... See MoreSee Less

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Findlay Police Department does a K-9 demonstration for the club this morning. ... See MoreSee Less

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Morning Rotary Gets Its Jive On ... See MoreSee Less

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