Welcome to Club 99!

The Rotary Club of Little Rock, also known as Club 99, is an affiliate of Rotary International, an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world. Club 99 was organized in 1913 and chartered as the 99th Club in 1914. It is the oldest and largest civic organization in the State of Arkansas.

The Rotary Club of Little Rock, with more than 400 members, is active in the local and global communities providing service in many areas. Some of our projects are featured in the images above. These images and information about our local and global community projects are featured throughout the site. A more detailed description of each project can be found in the Projects area of the site.

Rotary is organized in more than 200 countries worldwide, with approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belonging to more than 32,000 Rotary clubs. The Club meets weekly and is nonpolitical, nonreligious, and open to all cultures, races, and creeds.

Rotary Club of Little Rock/Heifer USA Partnership

Take BackThe Rotary Club of Little Rock in partnership with a Rotary Club in Brazil has been awarded a Global Grant from Rotary International to work with Heifer USA on a new initiative benefiting our neighbors in the Arkansas Delta.

The grant will promote the local Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. A CSA is an innovative way to connect local farmers to consumers who want fresh, sustainably produced, locally grown food.  With the help of Heifer USA and Rotary, the CSA program will work to improve local economies, increase local food production and decrease poverty and hunger in Arkansas, sparking change throughout communities.

CSA Shares have been set aside for members of Club 99.  Sign up NOW for your Spring 2015 CSA Share!  Please click here for more information and to get your weekly produce delivered fresh from Arkansas farms.

Our Projects

Club 99 members are active in Central Arkansas with participation and support of numerous projects within the community. For a listing of all the projects Club 99 participates in, please visit the projects section of


Why I Joined Rotary...Bob Birch

The Rotary Club of Little Rock always had the image of being a leadership group, to be asked to join was considered an honor, but the real meaning of membership is about leadership and service in the community, not just in Little Rock, not just in our district, but around the world.  I think I joined for the wrong reasons, but I think I found out quickly why I continue to be a member, 15 years later, service above self has a LOT more meaning.

Bob Birch
Centennial Bank
Member Since: 02/01/1997

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Bob Birch
  • President-2011-2012
  • Board of Directors - Club 99 Foundation
  • Board of Directors - Rotary Club of Little Rock
  • College Scholarships
  • Committee Chairs RCLR
  • Council - Liaisons
  • Past Presidents
  • Research & Development

Next Meeting

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Give Our Regards to Booker...  President Booker, that is!

Clinton Presidential Center

 Buffet Opens: 11:30am  Program Begins: 12:00 noon

There's something that all Rotary club members have in common: We take action. As community volunteers, we reach out to neighbors in need. We build, support, and organize. We save lives. We work locally and globally. Contact us today for more information on joining Rotary.

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