We meet at 
Serendipity Labs 
6th floor Johnson Bank Building 
525 Junction Road
Parking is undercover.
We’re doing this on a month-to-month basis right now, but it may lead to a long-term arrangement.
Fridays at 12:12 PM
The meetings combine a live, in-person element with the capability to join via Zoom.
Nonmembers feel free to join us.
Please contact the  Club President to get the links needed if you wish to ZOOM with us!


Upcoming Speakers
Wisconsin Supper Clubs
Aug 12, 2022
Terry Siebert

Our own Terry Siebert will report on the wonderful variety of Wisconsin Supper Clubs that he and his wife Kathy have enjoyed.

Program by Ed Fink.

Master Teacher at Bridge Club of Madison
Aug 19, 2022 12:12 PM
Glenna Shannahan
Dane County Government Affairs
Aug 26, 2022
Joe Parisi, Dane County Executive
Past Speakers
M W M Rotary Meeting at the Arboretum
Aug 05, 2022
Greg Armstrong, former Arboretum Director & Karen Oberhauser, current Director
Large Animal Rescue and Training
Jul 29, 2022
Dr. Howard Ketover, Irongate Equine Veterinary

Speaker/Program Coordinator

To schedule programs and/or speakers, please contact:
Jim Olmsted
Greetings all,
The Board of Directors of Rotary International, the General Secretary acting on its behalf, in accordance with section 2.060. of the RI Bylaws, approves the merger of
the Rotary Club of Madison West, Wisconsin, USA and
the Rotary Club of Madison West Towne-Middleton, Wisconsin, USA 
effective 30 June 2022.
RI weighed in on the official name.
Here it is
The merged club’s name shall be the 
Rotary Club of Madison West Middleton, Wisconsin, USA,
its charter date will be recognized as 
1 September 1971,
and its Club ID is 2700.

Rotary started with the vision of one man — Paul Harris. The Chicago attorney formed the Rotary Club of Chicago on 23 February 1905, so professionals with diverse backgrounds could exchange ideas and form meaningful, lifelong friendships.

Over time, Rotary’s reach and vision gradually extended to humanitarian service. Members have a long track record of addressing challenges in their communities and around the world.

"Whatever Rotary may mean to us, to the world it will be known by the results it achieves."
Paul Harris
Rotary founder
Still making history
With every project, we’re changing the world for the better. These stories trace our evolution as an organization through historical documents, artifacts, and images that show the people and events that shaped Rotary.
Our ongoing commitment
That commitment endures today through an organization that remains truly international. Only 16 years after being founded, Rotary had clubs on six continents. Our members now span the globe, working to solve some of our world’s most challenging problems.
We’re not afraid to dream big and set bold goals. We began our fight against polio in 1979 with a project to immunize 6 million children in the Philippines. Today, polio remains endemic in only three countries — down from 125 in 1988.
Custom Widget


Established as a Rotary Structured Program in 1971, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is Rotary's leadership training program for young people. The Rotary District 6250 RYLA program is a camp designed to build future leaders and Rotarians who exemplify the four-way test. If you know a high school sophomore who would benefit from leadership training, please refer them to RYLA!! 

Applications have been sent to local schools and to our Interact Club at Middleton High School.

For many years we have enjoyed this vocational service experience and are so happy it is continuing!   
Contact Mary Van Hout to be a part of this project.
Oliveros Scholarships in Guatemala
Oliveros Scholarships in Guatemala provide funding for children to continue their education beyond 6th grade. Project is being run by Jeannine Desautels with The Rotary Club of Madison West Towne-Middleton which is located in Rotary District 6250.
Rotary Global Grant
Supporting Safe Birth assembled training teams that traveled to Guatemala to train birth attendants and equip them with supplies. Master Trainers were trained and equipped with mannequins and teaching materials. Trainers use two programs— Helping Mothers Survive and Helping Babies Survive—that were developed specifically for use in low-resource countries and have been used successfully since 2010.