The Rotary Citation awards recognize the hard work clubs do throughout the year. Working to achieve the citation goals helps clubs engage their members, stay relevant in their communities, and run more efficiently. A welcoming and engaging club not only fosters a positive experience for its members, but also reflects the values of Rotary. When clubs achieve citation goals, they contribute to the overall health and culture of Rotary for generations to come.

8 clubs earned the recognition of the 2022-2023 Rotary Citation! Congratulations to:

  • Baraboo
  • Chippewa Valley After Hours
  • Eau Claire
  • La Crosse After Hours
  • Lake Mills
  • Madison Breakfast
  • Marshfield
  • Menomonie Sunrise

Several other clubs achieved double digit goals and were oh so close to getting the required 13. Please encourage your club leadership to engage with the citation again this year and use it as a tool to focus your club around some key measurements of club health and success. Citation goals can be found in Rotary Club Central. To achieve the Rotary Citation, review all the available goals, select at least half of them, achieve those goals, and report your achievement in Rotary Club Central. All achievements need to be reported in Rotary Club Central by 30 June.