The Rotary Club of Hunt Valley is comprised of business and professional leaders from northern Baltimore County. As part of the global efforts of Rotary International, the Rotary Club of Hunt Valley seeks at all times to serve and improve our community by building goodwill and better friendships through our charitable endeavors, regular meetings and community service projects. Guests and prospective members are always welcome to join.

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Club History

The Rotary Club of Hunt Valley Maryland was chartered on April 4, 1990. Charter Members included Chuck Gibson and Ed Underriner of the Evening Timonium (MD) club, as well as Ken Davis, Mark Hannahs, Jack Vordemberge, Bill Lenhart, William Horsey, and John Gandy.

Club Meetings

Our monthly meeting is held on the first Wednesday from 12:00-1:00 p.m. at the Greene Turtle, 118 Shawan Road, Hunt Valley. Guests and fellow Rotarians are welcome to join all meetings and events. During the pandemic we have continued to meet virtually. Please click on the link below to email the Rotary club for the virtual link.

We strive to be an active part of the Hunt Valley/Baltimore County community. Our monthly lunch meetings include a speaker from the local community. There are several social, networking, and holiday events each year.

Visit our calendar for upcoming chapter events and community service activities.  

Club Activities

The Rotary Club of Hunt Valley is an active part of the Hunt Valley/Northern Baltimore County community.  Through our non-profit 501(c)(3), the James W. Houck Foundation, the Club sponsors the annual Four-Way Test Program in Baltimore county schools.  Each year, over 1,000 students from local elementary, middle, and high schools participate in the contest to demonstrate the values of living by the Four-Way Test.

More importantly, our Club is all about FUN! The Rotary Club of Hunt Valley is committed to finding exciting ways for our membership to raise funds and awareness for the many worthy causes that we support locally and globally.

Club Awards & Recognition


Rotary International Presidential Citation Award Winner

The Rotary Citation, or Presidential Citation, is awarded to clubs that meet certain criteria set up by the incoming Rotary International President.

Governor’s Gold Club Award Winner

Award given to a club by the area Governor.

Governor’s Silver Club Award Winner

Award given to a club by the area Governor.



Mission Statement

We provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.

What we do

Comprised of business and professional leaders from northern Baltimore County. As part of the global efforts of Rotary International, the Rotary Club of Hunt Valley seeks at all times to serve and improve our community by building goodwill and better friendships through our charitable endeavors, regular meetings and community service projects. Guests and prospective members are always welcome to join.

Vision Statement

Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.



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