JOIN US at noon Aug. 5 for a celebration of the just-concluded 2021 Rotary Club of Westerville Independence Day. The celebration will take place Aug. 5 at the Rotary Club of Westerville’s regular noon luncheon meeting at the Villa Milano Banquet and Conference Center, 1630 Schrock Road.

Past President and Independence Day General Chairman Dave Krebs will lead us through a review of the celebration, and honor all our volunteers, sponsors and participants.

There’s a lot to talk about! COVID-19 forced the cancelation of our parade — for the second year in a row. But we successfully revived the 5K Walk/Run, the Concert & Food Truck Festival, and of course, the Fireworks.

All of those events moved to new locations this year, at the Westerville Sports Complex, where we drew record crowds to the Concert and Festival. Comments from the public were overwhelmingly positive!

Make sure you don’t miss this lunch to celebrate a JOB WELL DONE and a salute to all who played a part. We’re already looking ahead to an even bigger and better 2022 Fourth of July in Westerville!

The Rotary Club of Westerville

Founded in 1959, the Rotary Club of Westerville is a service club of business professionals and leaders working to improve our community and larger world. We are part of Rotary International. Find out more at Contact the Club and learn how to join at Read more about the Rotary International organization at

Interested in joining?

The Rotary Club of Westerville is accepting applications for new membership.

The best way to pursue membership is to contact an existing Club member, and attend one of our lunches or events as her or his guest. Members of the public also are welcome to attend our events on their own, to see what our service club is all about. If possible, please give notice of your intent to attend a luncheon or social by emailing

We hope to see you soon!