Rotary is where neighbors, friends, and problem-solvers share ideas, join leaders, and take action to create solutions to challenging problems. Rotarians come from all walks of life.  We are friendly, intensely community-minded, engaged locally and globally, and pointedly non-political. We work together and with other interested groups and members of our communities to effect positive and lasting change.  

Our Annual Report is the best single overview of Rotary International.  With over 1.2 million members in nearly every country in the world, we work hard to make a sustained difference in the lives of others.  


The Annual Report does a great job encapsulating what individual Rotarians, working together and through their Clubs, are doing by taking action to improve their local communities, build international relationships, enhance lives, and create a better world to support our peace efforts and end polio forever.  Check it out here:


The Rotary Club of East Jefferson County meets on Thursdays at noon at the Old Alcohol Plant Restaurant, 310 Hadlock Bay Road, Port Hadlock, on Washington’s beautiful Olympic Peninsula. Club members are well-known for their depth of community engagement and their long tradition of welcoming guests and those interested in Rotary. 


You’ll find plenty of parking at the Old Alcohol Plant Restaurant. An optional cafeteria-style meal is served from 11:30 am - noon. The meeting starts promptly at noon. Following a brief business meeting and announcements, a speaker, often drawn from the communities around us, addresses the club and takes questions. The meeting wraps up at 1pm sharp. We encourage guests!


We maintain our website and a Facebook page oriented towards people interested in finding out more about Rotary International and our club.  

Here are a few biographies and stories about our club members. If you're at all interested in Rotary and what we do, please feel free to contact us, or walk in and check us out!