Meeting Info
    We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM       
Harrah's Reno 
 219 N. Center St. 
   Douglas Room, 3rd Floor
    Reno, NV  89501
Upcoming Programs
Mike Higdon
Jun 25, 2018
Reno 365 Photography Project
Reno 365 Photography Project

Hi, my name is Mike Higdon and I'm a Nevadan through and through. Born in Las Vegas and raised there for 18 years, I moved to Reno 14 years ago to study journalism and political science at the University of Nevada, Reno. For two years after graduation, I lived in Carson City and spent weekends around Lake Tahoe. Then, I moved to Midtown and now I live on Dickerson Road WAY before it’ll be cool  (before it was the cool thing to do #ThingsHipstersSay). A few years ago I created the blog Drinkable Reno, covering the business and politics of beer and spirits.

In my new role as the city life reporter, I cover urban life, gentrification, change and culture and continue my reporting on local booze news for the Reno Gazette Journal. It's my job to discover and share lifestyle and economic trends while translating city government and business news from wonk to normal people speak. And while I don't expect to give up navel gazing entirely, I investigate and report on the not-so-great parts of Reno that need real change and attention.

When I’m not working, I like to photograph people and places, light and objects that catch my eye. I prefer not to pose people because humans are more interesting without instruction. I’ve started collecting vintage cameras and developing my own film, which is a hobby that may or may not last.

Dark- No Meeting
Jul 02, 2018
Independence Day Holiday
Dylan Shaver
Jul 09, 2018
Nevada Mining Association
International Projects
Rotary's International Impact
While our Rotary club is active in our local community, here's a peek into the impact Rotary International has worldwide.
Upcoming Events
Website Sponsors
Projects Funded by Reno Rotary

Presented by the Reno Rotary Foundation and produced by the Rotary Club of Reno, Reno Mardi Gras is the club’s primary fundraiser. With the event’s proceeds and contributions from members, the club donated more than $193,000 between July 2016 through June 2017 to the following:


  • Reno Rotary Sculpture Park designed and built with City of Reno 
  • Lemelson STEM Academy reading programs, 5th graders at Grizzley Creek Ranch Camp via Sierra Nevada Journeys, Math contests via NNvMath, and more
  • Rotarians At Work Day
  • Bulb planting at Riverside Drive
  • WCSD Science Fair and Role Model Summit
  • NV Fit for Education at UNR
  • Nevada Youth Empowerment Project for PIT Count for Homeless Youth
  • KNPB Young Writers Workshop
  • Community Service – Career Coaching, Bell Ringing for Salvation Army


  • Vocational Scholarships (TMCC, UNR, others)
  • Teacher Recognition
  • Law Enforcement Recognition


  • Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE)
  • Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA)
  • Music and Speech Contests
  • Middle School Program (REGL)
  • Achievement Beyond Obstacles (ABO)
  • Interact Clubs at Innovations & Reno High Schools
  • Rotaract Club for young adults (18 to 30)


  • Panama Orphanage, to support abandoned and disabled children (Colon, Panama)
  • Neurosurgical operating instruments - Hotel Dieu (Beirut, Lebanon)
  • Clean water in Baja California and House building in Tijuana (Mexico)
  • Trained nurses in Nursing Education (Uganda)
  • Bought cows for a cow farm (Nepal)
  • Makang Thailand Scholarships - for girls to continue their education (Thailand)
  • RC Beirut Cosmopolitan School for the Deaf & Blind (Beirut, Lebanon)
  • Polio Plus, supporting efforts to eliminate Polio (worldwide)