These are exciting times. The Rotary Club of Eau Claire now includes the former Rotary Club of Eau Claire Morning and Chippewa Valley After Hours Club Members. The merger of the Morning, Noon, and After Hours clubs bring together members dedicated to "Service Above Self." The merger makes it easier to pool resources from both clubs and focus these resources toward community projects. It also offers greater service and social opportunities for members of both clubs.
Eau Claire business leaders and professionals founded the Rotary Club of Eau Claire in 1925. It was the only club that existed in Eau Claire until the Rotary Club of Eau Claire Morning formed in 1988. The clubs quickly became known as the Noon and Morning clubs, for the original club continued to meet at 12:00 pm while the new Morning club met at 7:00 am. 
On March 4, 2015, young professionals in Eau Claire chartered the Chippewa Valley After Hours Club. The club focused on eradicating hunger and started the very successful Thanksgiving meal packing event for families in need.
The merger of three Eau Claire Rotary clubs back into one club completes the Rotary circle started almost 100 years ago.