About Cambridge Rotary Club

The Charter for the Rotary Club of Cambridge was presented on the 20 September 1946 by PDG Harold Thomas. Harold was the first new Zealander to become President of Rotary International. The club currently has 68 members and welcomes men and women who want to serve their community.

Cambridge is known internationally for its many thoroughbred farms that produce champion race horses, for it’s world class velodrome and cycling centre, and as the home of the Lake Karapiro rowing centre which has produced many gold-silver-bronze medalist Olympians and world rowing champions.