About UsFremont Rotary Club
We Create Opportunities for People & Businesses
Fremont Rotary Club was chartered on April 28, 1926 to serve the City of Fremont and Sandusky County area. Its purpose is fellowship and service, also it is one of the oldest non-profit service organizations in this area.
Our Club has been actively engaged in the local community and youth service for over nine decades. Furthermore, our Club has over the years participated in many community and economic development projects around the world.
Our members are active and retired business, community leaders committed to the Rotary ideal of “Service Above Self.” Our Club explores ways to look for opportunities supporting Member’s passions and turn them into projects that make a difference locally and abroad.
Connecting People for Nearly 100 Years
A Letter From Fremont Rotary Club
In 2026, Fremont Rotary Club will celebrate a century of service. To recognize this significant milestone, we are embarking on a bold campaign to raise $500,000 in support of renovations for the Rotary Lodge at Don W Miller Memorial Park and the development of a new urban park and amphitheater in downtown Fremont. Upon completion of our successful fundraising effort, Fremont Rotary will award each project $250,000.
Our campaign, 2 Projects 1 Goal, embraces the very purpose why service clubs like Fremont Rotary Club exist – building a better community through giving. And we give in many different ways, through community stewardship, volunteerism, and financial support.
I would be honored for you to stand with the Fremont Rotary Club in support of 2 Projects 1 Goal. Your gift will help fund two transformative projects that will strengthen the community each serves for generations to come.
Rotarian Hal Hawk | Rotarian Roger Kuns