Welcome to the St. Croix Falls Rotary Club

Greetings from the St Croix Falls-Taylors Falls Rotary Club!  Be our guest on a Wednesday at noon at the St. Croix Regional Medical Center Riverbend Conference Center and learn how you can help serve others in your community.

Of course though, Rotary’s community is not just in town. It is a world-wide organization that follows the creed of “Service Above Self”. Rotary has fought a tough battle to eradicate Polio, but Rotary is so much more than that.

The SCF-TF Club is active in helping locally and globally. Here are a few places we have been active locally:

  • Donated money to, and helped repair and paint, a local women’s shelter.
  • Mentor students in the local high schools.
  • Have given thousands of dollars in scholarships.
  • Sponsor foreign exchange students … inbound and outbound.
  • Major sponsor and volunteer force for Wannigan Days.
  • Donated money towards and facilitated the construction of the local skate park.
  • Contribute to food shelves, handicapped fairs, and other community projects.
  • Adopted a highway, clean parks, installed benches, and more.

We are community members who want to give back, serve others, and be a part of an organization known for being a gift to the world. Come and check us out.

From the President

My name is Warren White. In 2016, I was elected to be the Rotary Club President for the 2017-18 term. I have lived and worked in St. Croix Falls since 1979. At that time, I move to St. Croix Falls with my wife Mary, to start a Civil Engineering practice, as well as to raise our two children here.

Our engineering practice is still serving clients and keeping us busy. In addition to my business, I currently serve on the City’s Planning Commission as well. When I have some free time, I enjoy sailing, bicycling, and traveling.

Over the past 25 years, I have worked with Rotary in a variety of ways. I’ve been involved with several international projects, hosting exchange students, supporting high school programs, and of course local community projects. One of my favorite Rotary functions is the club fellowship at our weekly lunch meetings, which opens the opportunity to meet with other community leaders on a regular basis.

In 1992 I became a Rotarian. I was in my early forties and was heavily involved in running our engineering practice, serving at church, and raising a family. One day a Rotarian sold me a “Rotary Rose” for a club fundraiser and told me that I should “consider joining the local club.” My first thought was, “I don’t need anything more to do in my life!” However, I did agree to attend a club meeting.

As they opened their meeting, the Rotarians read the “Four Way Test,” which you can see in the picture to the right. I quickly realized that the “Four Way Test” was how I wanted to live my life and run my business. Investing in joining the Rotary Club was a constant encouragement for me follow those principles.

Warren White
President SCF – TF Rotary Club

Rotary Overview

End Polio“Rotary is an organization of business and professional men and women united worldwide who provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.”

Rotary International, founded in 1905 as the world’s first service club organization, is made up of over 32,000 clubs and 1.3 million members in more than 200 countries.

Its members form a global network of business and professional leaders who volunteer their time and talents to serve their communities and the world.

Rotary Clubs welcome visiting Rotarian’s and Guests to attend when they are in town.  If you would like to visit the St. Croix Falls Rotary Club, please let us know.  We’d love you meet you!

Rotary Club Radio

Check Out Rotary Club Radio Today!

The St. Croix Falls Rotary Club has been a leader in using technology and social networking to promote Rotary Club’s core values and goals.  We were excited to have developed a cutting edge strategy for blogging, social networking, video, and now podcasting.

We are thrilled to launch Rotary Club Radio to further educate and entertain Rotarians and non-Rotarians via a online “New Media” format.

Rotary Club Radio is hosted by a Kirk Anderson, a Rotarian from St. Croix Falls, WI.  He is currently lining up interviews with Rotarians from across the globe to find out how Rotary is making a difference in the World.

If you have an idea for Rotary Club Radio or a compelling story that you’d like to share, please contact Kirk via the contact page.

You can listen to Rotary Club Radio at www.RotaryClubRadio.com or subscribe on iTunes and listen on your iPod!

Weekly Meetings
The Rotary Club of St. Croix Falls meets every Wednesday at 12:00 PM in the Riverbend Conference Center at the St. Croix Regional Medical Center.
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