Who We Are

Who We Are

 Joensuun Eteläinen Rotary Club is an active club located in Joensuu, North Carelia, Finland.  We meet at lunch from 11.00 am to 12.00 and have a meeting from 12.00 to 13.00 in the meeting room of Restaurant Local Bistro every other Friday. We like to see each other, listen to interesting presentations and promote doing good in our town. We also visit various places and companies. We support humanitarian projects carried out by the international Rotary organisation, participate in Youth Exchange, and promote the well-being of our vicinity.

Our club was established 26.3.1970. We have 35 members, and we belong to District 1430.


A Hobby with a Purpose

We concentrate on supporting Youth Exchange. We help youngsters to participate in the Rotary International Youth Exchange every year. We believe that youth exchange is the best grassroots internationalization and peace education.

We also highlight important social development needs. In our meetings we have interesting presentations and lively discussions.

We set a high value on the efforts of Rotary International and on this organisation’s valuable work in eradicating polio from the world. Rotary has invested a lot of voluntary work and more than 2.1 billion US dollars for this work only.


An Influential International Organisation

Rotary was established 23 February 1905 in Chicago. It is an international service and charity organisation. The homestead of Rotary International is Evanston, Illinois. Our motto is “Service Above Self”.

Rotary has 1.4 million members in 35,000 clubs in more than 200 countries. Rotary is a remarkable international service and charity organisation.  Finland is divided into five Rotary districts, one of which includes the Estonian clubs.  In Finland and Estonia, there are 300 clubs altogether, with more than 10,000 Rotarians.

Meeting information

Restaurant Local Bistro
Kauppakatu 32
80100 Joensuu

Every Other Friday
Lunch at 11.00 - 12.00
Meeting at 12.00-13.00
Starting on 11.8.2023

Upcoming Events

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