• When & Where we meet

    1st & 3rd Wednesday (12:00pm)
    The Big Four Café, 121 Depot Street, Batesville, IN

    Last Tuesday (6:30pm) at a local restaurant. See our calendar for the location, as well as for exceptions, additional activities, and events.
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  • Membership Form

    Interested in personal membership? Click here for a PDF form. Please print this form and fill it out. Give the printed form to a Batesville Rotarian, or mail to us at:
    Batesville Rotary Club
    PO Box 203
    Batesville, IN 47006


    NEW! Corporate / Organization / Gov't Entity Memberships are now available!
    Contact us (see below) for more information.
  • Contact us

    Rotary Club of Batesville, IN
    PO Box 203
    Batesville, IN 47006


    batesvillerotaryclub@gmail.com

  • Rotary Theme 2020-2021

  • Rotary Motto

    Rotary: Service Above Self
  • Rotary International Convention

Batesville Rotary Online Auction

ONLINE AUCTION June 11 – 19. Proceeds to benefit Batesville Community Schools and St. Louis School with Wellness Kits for Students to help reduce stress. Items can be picked up at the Batesville Memorial Building on Monday June 20 from 9 am – 4 pm or shipped to your location. Go to https://harmeyerauction.hibid.com/…/2022-batesville…/ to sign register and happy bidding.

Batesville Rotary Ringing Bell for Salvation Army

On Dec 11, members of the Rotary Club of Batesville rang the bell for Salvation Army at Kroger in Batesville from 10 AM until 4 PM.

Join us at Noon on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month at the Big Four Café, 121 Depot Street in Batesville to find out what the Batesville Rotary Club is doing. Contact us to have a chat.

batesvillerotaryclub@gmail.com

https://batesvillerotary.com/

Batesville Rotary Support of Safe Passage at Christmas

On Dec 15, 2021, the Rotary Club of Batesville presented Safe Passage, which supports victims of domestic and sexual violence, with a list of items that are needed to help clients as they move into their own apartments. The items given to Safe Passage included: Crock Pots, Pots & Pans, Cooking Utensils, Can Openers, Silverware, Bed linens, as well as $200 to buy additional items. Safe Passage, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to provide help, healing and hope to build a community free of domestic and sexual violence. Through extensive services and support to victims of domestic and sexual violence and innovative community-based prevention programming, Safe Passage strives to build safe, stable nurturing relationships and communities. To find out more information on Safe Passage go to safepassageinc.org.

Join us at Noon on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month at the Big Four Café, 121 Depot Street in Batesville to find out what the Batesville Rotary Club is doing. Contact us to have a chat.

batesvillerotaryclub@gmail.com

https://batesvillerotary.com/

Safe Passage Auction Fundraiser

The Rotary Club of Batesville was a table host and decorated a table at the Safe Passage Auction Fundraiser. Safe Passage, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to provide help, healing and hope to build a community free of domestic and sexual violence. Through extensive services and support to victims of domestic and sexual violence and innovative community-based prevention programming, Safe Passage strives to build safe, stable nurturing relationships and communities. To find out more information on Safe Passage go to safepassageinc.org.

Food Pantry Donation

Rotary Club of Batesville President Donald Mobley presented Seth Bartal, Pastor of Batesville Community Church, of the Batesville Area Ministerial Association Food Pantry a check for $500 in support of the Food Pantry

Rotary Help a Student Fund at SCC

The Rotary Club of Batesville gave the Southeastern Career Center a check for $1000 to the “Rotary Help a Student Fund” to help with any costs to enable students to participate in high quality Career & Technical Programs.

The Southeastern Career Center is the first Career and Technical Education Center that was built in the state of Indiana. In 1964, a group of very forward-thinking educators and business leaders saw a need for a bridge between Industry and Education and saw that it needed to start at the high school level. The Southeastern Career Center strives to provide students with a learning environment that integrates technical skills and academic knowledge, while also promoting work ethics, citizenship, and self-esteem.

The original school districts participating were Batesville, Milan, South Ripley, Sunman, Switzerland, Otter Creek Township, Ohio County, Caesar Creek Township, Clay Township, Jennings County, Sparta Township, and Jac-Cen-Del. If you are interested in finding out more about our club, join us on the first or third Wednesday of each month at the Big 4 Cafe Conference Room at noon in Batesville. Your lunch will be free.

District Governor Visit

District Governor (DG) Kirk Bouchie visited the Rotary Club of Batesville to discuss the main focus of Rotary during his year as District Governor.

Join us at Noon on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month at the Big Four Café, 121 Depot Street in Batesville to find out what the Batesville Rotary Club is doing. Contact us to have a chat.

batesvillerotaryclub@gmail.com

https://batesvillerotary.com/

The Dictionary Project

The Batesville Rotary Club made their annual contribution of dictionaries to all third graders in Batesville Intermediate and St. Louis elementary schools. Presenting the books to the students is Rotary President, Donald Mobley. Approximately 210 books were distributed.

Rotary Club Golf Outing

The Rotary Club of Batesville, IN held its Annual Fall Charity Golf Tournament at Hillcrest Golf & Country Club. Friday, Sept 17, 2021. Thank you to all who participated and our many sponsors.

Home Repair in Gandou, Haiti

The Rotary Club of Batesville was awarded a District Grant from Rotary District 6580 (southern Indiana) for a total amount of $6,000 for the purpose of repairing 2 homes in the area of Gandou, Haiti. The 2 homes selected for repair have now been repaired. These homes are the result of recommendations of the local priest, Fr. Voltaire. He selected these 2 families because he thought they had the most need.

Join us at Noon on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at the Big Four Café, 121 Depot Street in Batesville to find out what the Batesville Rotary Club is doing. Contact us to have a chat.batesvillerotaryclub@gmail.comhttps://batesvillerotary.com/

House #1 owned by Alise Pierre
House #2 owned by Sonia Prunier