Chartered in 1933, the Rotary Club of Seguin is one of the largest clubs in District 5840. With nearly 100 members, this club has the energy and depth of experience to make it an integral part of our community.

 

We meet every Tuesday at noon in Hein Dining Hall on the campus of Texas Lutheran University. 

 

1000 W. Court St.

Seguin, TX, 78155

 

Delicious meals are catered by Chef Ernest Servantes and his staff. You may remember Chef as the “Grill Masters Champion” from the Food Network’s show: "Chopped".

 

 

 

Following several minutes of fellowship and club business, our meetings feature a new speaker on topics of interest to Rotarians, our town, and current events. We strive to provide an excellent program to keep our members informed and enlightened on the world. 

 

Supporting our local youth is a large part of our identity. Graduating seniors from Seguin, Navarro, Marion, and Lifegate High schools are encouraged to apply for the Rotary Seguin Endowed Scholarship. Since the inception of the program in 1993, the Rotary Club of Seguin has given out more than half a million dollars!

 

Scholarships are available for students attending both 4-year universities as well as for technical colleges.

 

Students- talk to your counselors in the spring semester about application availability. 

 

In addition to the scholarships program, another key to the identity of our club is support of the Rotary International Youth Exchange program.

 

Our club has sponsored an inbound exchange student every year since 1971!

 

To learn more about Rotary Youth Exchange and its benefits, click here.

 

 

Each year, the Seguin Rotary Foundation rewards thousands of dollars in grants to 501(c)3 non-profit organizations that serve Guadalupe County. These are organizations that are truly making a difference in our community, and we are proud to support them!