The Rotary Club of St. Petersburg, FL was founded on January 3, 1920. It is the oldest and the largest civic club in St. Petersburg.
The Ned March/Bud Purdy award is presented each year to a Police Officer or Police Sergeant who has demonstrated outstanding accomplishments during his or her career at the St. Petersburg Police Department. The Rotary Club of St. Petersburg Club has sponsored this award since 1952. The 2014 recipients of the Ned March/Bud Purdy Award are Sergeant …View full post
Bobby Deskins, a morning fixture at WTSP Channel 10 since 2009 spoke at our club meeting on Jan. 23. He earned the CBM certification from the American Meteorological Society (AMS) and is a member at large for the West Central Florida chapter of the AMS. He received an AP award for Best Weathercast and won …View full post
The new year is just around the corner and there couldn’t be a better time to purchase a wildlife calendar from club member Tom Bell. These calendars have beautiful wildlife photos taken by Tom in his many travels around the world. You can enjoy the pictures all year. Proceeds from the calendar sales benefit the …View full post
On September 26, we recognized the accomplishments of 12 outstanding students from six St. Petersburg area public and private high schools. The St. Petersburg Rotary Club Youth Awards were established in 1938, to honor outstanding high school seniors in our community. Students are selected on the basis of scholarship, character, and service. Annually, one boy and one girl …View full post
Join us on Wed. September 10 from 5-7 p.m. at 3 Daughters Brewing, located at 222 22nd Street S. Why not bring a prospective member and introduce them to Rotary? Attendance at this event qualifies as a “make-up.” Call the Rotary office for more information.View full post