Kendallville Rotary Club

PO Box 5116, Kendallville, IN  46755

Meetings held on Tuesdays at 6:15 p.m. at the American Legion, Kendallville

It's Porkburger Time!

Fresh, hot 1/3 lb. charcoal grilled porkburgers will be served up at the House of Spirits on Friday, May 24th! We are accepting pre-orders now through May 21st. You can request pick up or delivery (orders of 10 or more). 

Rotary in Florida

Looking forward to another 

fun and productive year.

Rotary's Four-Way Test

Sugar & Shots Fundraiser: $5700.00 to the Bashor Home

Porkburger Scholarship Fundraiser

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Our Activities

Apple Festival

The Apple BBQ Chicken Wings sold at the Kendallville Apple Festival amount to one of the largest fundraisers of the year! The funds go toward the local programs supported by the Kendallville Rotary Club.

Porkburger Sales

Porkburger sales each year support the Richard Stonebraker Memorial Scholarship, which is awarded to East Noble students.

Claws for a Cause

Claws for a Cause raises money for a local project. 

Trail Clean Up

The Kendallville Rotary Club works with Noble Trails to clear the Fishing Line Trail of trash and debris.

International and District Leadership:

R. Gordon R. McInally

R. Gordon R. McInally is president of Rotary International. He was educated at the Royal High School in Edinburgh and at the University of Dundee, where he earned his graduate degree in dental surgery. He operated his own dental practice in Edinburgh until 2016. Gordon was chair of the East of Scotland branch of the British Paedodontic Society and has held various academic positions. He has also served as a presbytery elder, chair of the Queensferry parish congregational board, and commissioner to the general assembly of the Church of Scotland.

Cornelis Eduard “Ed” van Wijk

Cornelis Eduard “Ed” van Wijk DG D6540.

As of January 1, 2023, Ed is the pastor of Knightstown United Methodist Church. He preaches, teaches, manages, and is the spiritual leader of the congregation.

Before Ed came to Knightstown, he served the DeMotte UMC for 7 years and the Kentland Trinity UMC for 9 years.