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Welcome to the official web site of the Rotary Club of Easton, Maryland.  We invite you to explore our site to find out more about our Club, its activities, and about Rotary International.  


We also welcome you to attend one of our meetings.  We meet Wednesdays 12:15 - 1:15 pm at the Elks Club, 502 Dutchmans Lane, Easton, MD.


Yours in Rotary,


H. Hugh Dawkins, Jr., President

Rotary Club of Easton, Maryland 



   Rotary Theme 2015-2016

John Germ- President, Rotary International
Clif Hutton - District Governor, District 7630

 H. Hugh Dawkins, Jr.- President, Easton Rotary Club

Ronal Flohr- President Elect 










Rotary Club of Easton's Project

"Fight Hunger Today"

Our club will be providing 22,000 meals to those in need, 11,000 locally through Maryland Food Bank partners in Talbot County & 11,000 through our international partner "Stop Hunger Now".

We are asking that you consider helping us grow the

number of meals to well beyond 22,000 with a gift

in memory or honor of a friend, family member, colleague.  We will send them a card acknowledging your gift. Each dollar provides 3 meals.

Please use our contact us link to send the name and address of your honoree so we can a card from you.





Flags for Heroes Community Partners Recognized



Flags for Heroes Community Partners


The Rotary Club of Easton recently recognized various community partners who assisted with the Flags for Heroes project including The Town of Easton; Easton Utilities Commission; First Media Radio, LLC - WCEI Radio; The Star Democrat; Pixel Print & Post; The Aqua Company; Spider Web Connections; Nagel Farm Services; and Provident State Bank. 


Pictured are Rosemary Fasolo, Pixel Print & Post; Jackie Wilson, Flags for Heroes co-chair; Julie Fickes, First Media Radio, LLC; Dan Bridges, The Aqua Company; Mayor Robert Willey, The Town of Easton; John Flohr, Flags for Heroes co-chair; Betsie Griffin, The Star Democrat; Geoff Oxnam, Easton Utilities Commission; and Lisa Wachter, Flags for Heroes committee member. 



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