Berlin Wisconsin   Our Community

 

 4 Way Test:

 

Is it the truth?

 

Is it fair to all concerned?

 

Will it build goodwill and better friendships?

 

Will it be beneficial to all concerned?

 

Core Values:

Service

Fellowship

Diversity

Integrity

Leadership

 

BERLIN ROTARY SCHEDULE

 

Meetings are held Mondays 6:00 p.m.
at the 4 Corners Restaurant
Junction of Hwy 49 and 21

 

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About Berlin

This city, located along the Fox River, is rich in history. Once the highway for French fur traders, Jesuit missionaries and a number of Indian tribes, the river later became a major waterway for residents, businesses and visitors. Today the river offers recreation and family fun in each of the four seasons.

Riverside Park boasts a boat launch and fishing piers, a campground along its shores, and a frisbee golf course among other things, in its 38 acres. It is one of eight parks within the city boundaries, which includes three along the river. In winter the river is part of the snowmobile trail through the area. Hiking, biking or cross-country skiing along the Mascoutin Trail takes you through part of Green Lake County.

Once the fur and leather capital' and the home of the first commercial cranberry operations in the state, Berlin now boasts a good variety of nationally known and international industries.

Take a walking tour around the Nathan Strong Park Historic District and view the block after block of well-cared for Victorian homes. Berlin - a great place to live, work & play.

 

Berlin Wisconsin Rotary Club

Chartered in November, 1923, our Rotary Club is proud of the projects completed, as well as those ongoing today. 

In 2009 Berlin Rotary made a commitment to donate $5,000 per year for five years to the handicap upgrade at Zobel Park.  The Park is located off Highway 49 between Berlin and Green Lake.  We are proud to announce that as of June , 2014 we were able to finalize our commitment.

Our participation in youth scholarship awards has provided over $130,000 in funding for scholarships.  We award a 4-year scholarship and two 2-year scholarships every year, and look forward to the opportunity of awarding more.

Honoring local business and students is a special event each month.  We highlight the history of the business and owners, and enjoy the visits of the business representatives and students at our meetings.

The Berlin Wisconsin Rotary Club has supported many organizations over the years.  Some of them are: 

Berlin Cub Scouts

Berlin Athletic Booster Club - A new concession stand at the local high school     football field.

Boys and Girls Club - Tri-County Area, recipient of many monetary gifts from The Berlin Wisconsin Rotary Club.

Green Lake County Canine Unit - Having been visited by "Max" the canine police officer, we were able to appreciate the importance of these animals and our continued support. 

CHN Foundation - The CHN Foundation works to support the efforts of the CHN medical staff, as well as the needs of individuals within our own communities that are experiencing hardship due to life changing illness.  They also support other local non-profit community groups to facilitate health and wellness programs.

Kenya Orphanage Water Project - Billions of people lack access to safe drinking water and proper sanitation.  Launched in 2009, Rotary International and local clubs such as Berlin's work to implement long-term, sustainable water, sanitation, and hygiene projects in the developing worlds.