This is an exciting time for Thornbury-Clarksburg Rotary Club...

T-C Rotary has a rich history of over 80 years of service in our community and around the world.  We need more Rotarians to help us shape our next 80 years!! Our club continues to grow with new members offering fresh and exciting ideas... and we need YOU!

TC Rotary is proud of our new club-community logo that has become well-recognized... our KINDNESS wheel of hearts!

We need YOU to be part of our amazing group of kind, caring, and community minded people! We encourage all ages, abilities, interests and capabilities to help us continue to do good in our community!
In addition to regular membership, T-C Rotary has also instituted Couples Membership opportunities! 
If you have questions about Thornbury-Clarksburg Rotary, let us take you for a coffee or come visit us at a meeting!

Simply contact our Membership Chair Lucy Hilts at


Who:: Rotary District 6330

When: We meet the1st & 3rd Thursday of the month

Where: St. George’s Anglican Church Hall

For an overview of Rotary Membership, please visit the Rotary International Membership Page. There you will find many valuable resources that explain not only the responsibilities and expectations or Rotary membership, but also the many benefits becoming a Rotarian.


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