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The Lock Landing
(Roscoe Visitors Center - lower)
600 N. Whitewoman Street

Coshocton, OH  43812

Every Tuesday, 12:00 PM
Meeting Location

A message from
our President

Coshocton Rotary President 23-24

The Rotary Club of Coshocton began over 100 years ago; founded in March 1918. As a member of Rotary International, we are one of the 35,000 clubs in the 

world positively impacting our communities and the world around us. Since its inception, the Rotary Club of Coshocton founded a private foundation in 1973 with funds supporting community projects. Additionally, we commit to several fundraisers during the year to help support our many projects.

As People of Action, Rotarians have a long history of serving others through service projects such as our Flag Project, Community Clean Up Days, Sun Flower Project for nursing home residents, providing dictionaries to every 3rd grader in 3 school districts, and providing books and reading to 2nd graders. 

We are here to serve; we are committed to our community. If there is a need, we are there!

If this sounds good to you, come and join us!  Whether you are 19 or 90, working or retired, we welcome you to join us in our weekly Rotary meetings on Tuesday at noon, located at Lock Landing, Roscoe Village. Come and enjoy the friendship and fellowship over lunch, and the prospect of giving back to the community we love!

We welcome you!

Cecilia Balogh

President 2023-24

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Thank You! Thank You! Thank YOU!
Thanks to our prize sponsors, our generous community and our Rotary club members! 
This year's 12-Days of Christmas raffle raised over $25,000 for community projects

Coshocton Rotary 
Serving Coshocton and the World since 1918

We are People of Action. Together, we join leaders, exchange ideas and take action.

See our events page to learn what upcoming activities we have planned!

Dedicated to the principle of Service Above Self, we are involved with multiple projects locally and internationally.

When you join a Rotary club, your potential to make a difference in the world grows exponentially.

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