Chief Mike Keller presents check to Club

On Thursday, July 13th Chief of Police Mike Keller spoke to the Club to give an update about the Andover Police Department. Before his presentation, he had the privilege of presenting a check in the amount of $7,299 from the City of Andover. This check was from the involvement the Club had during the Clint Black Summer Concert. The Rotary Club of Andover served beer during the concert. These funds will be used to help support local organizations and projects in the Andover area.

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Paula Smith, Development Associate for Big Brothers and Big Sisters in Butler County, was the presenter at the June 15th meeting. BBBS has been in operation for 100 years and serving the Butler County region for 25 years. She spoke about the different programs that are offered through BBBS. One is the school based program, in which a volunteer is connected with a local student and spends one of their lunch hours each week with them at their school. This could involve eating lunch, shooting basketballs, playing Connect Four, any activity that the student enjoys.


About Us

In affiliation with Rotary International, Rotary Club of Andover (RCA) is a group of passionate business professionals, civic leaders, and retirees who coordinate our collective experience, career skills, and enthusiasm to improve our community through meaningful service projects. We are a group of like-minded individuals who are passionate about making a difference in our community and have fun while serving others. We meet on the first and second Thursdays of the month at Butler Community College in Andover, Kansas. We share a delicious buffet lunch together while having an informative program, usually with a guest speaker from the community.