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The Rotary Club of Amigos de Milwaukee After Hours is a multilingual club with a passion for diversity in Milwaukee
Service Above Self
We meet Tuesdays at 5:45 PM
Milwaukee Athletic Club
758 North Broadway
Milwaukee, WI  53202
United States
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Rotary Curious? 

What Does it Take in Time?  
  • One in-person meeting per month
What's Expected of Me?
  • To represent your vocation and help us know about you and that vocation.
  • Be a person of high ethical standards.
  • Give some of your time to Service in the Greater Milwaukee community and / or internationally.
  • Share Rotary and the opportunity to make a difference in the world with your Rotary Family in ways you could not individually.
  • Have Fun and WANT to see your Rotary club members because you miss them when you don't.
More in future newsletters!

Rotary Fellowships are independent, social groups that share a common passion. Being part of a fellowship is a fun way to make friends around the world.

How do I join a fellowship?

Fellowships are open to Rotarians, family members, and program participants and alumni. You can contact a fellowship directly by using the information listed in the Rotary Fellowships directory. Or search our discussion groups to find Rotary and Rotaract members with similar interests.

How do I form a fellowship?

Start by finding others who share you interest.

Be sure you meet the criteria for a fellowship and apply for official recognition.

Explore our fellowships:

Interested in a particular subject? Visit the group's website or email it to learn more.

Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Don Cohen
February 25
Phillip Golden
February 28
Fessahaye Mebrahtu
March 23
Russell Hampton
National Awards Services Inc.
Programs This Week and Upcoming Programs


2018 Program schedule 
Tuesday, January 23 - Classification Talk  - Member - John Nyakoe Nyasani -  
Business Automation Specialist| Reports Coordinator| Project Manager for Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Office of Health Informatics,Marquette University
John is originally from Kenya. Amigos are thrilled to have his systems knowledge and IT and he is currently supporting the club by serving as the Club Secretary.

Tuesday, January 30 - Amigos Rotarians Will Attend Women's Fund Community Talk Back Regarding Sexual Harrassment

January 30, 2018 — Sexual Harassment and Power
Collaborators: Professional Dimensions, TEMPO Milwaukee, 
Women’s Philanthropy Milwaukee Jewish Federation

To register, please click here.

For more information visit - Click Here

Tuesday, February 6 - Classification Talk  - Member -  Daniele Calasanzio
Principal Engineer - Johnson Controls
Luca Bovalino had this to say about Daniele - "I had the opportunity to work very closely with Daniele for about 4 years. Daniele has been responsible for several critical and important projects directly impacting the final results of the business. He is one of the most talented performers I have met in my life and among the first 10 Top Worldwide Expert within the Battery Industry. It has been my pleasure to work with him since he is not only very precise and committed but also brings, in a proactive way, a lot of fresh ideas to the Team. He is totally motivated to execute the best performance!"
SAVE the DATE - Tuesday, February 20 - Paul Harris Celebration and the Birthday of Rotary!!  Imagine 113 years of service throughout the world!  Join us as we celebrate "Service Above Self" within Rotary and with those who are not Rotarians but giving of their time in the community.  Details to be announced soon including ways to nominate those you believe should be recognized whether they are a Rotarian or not!

Promoting Peace

Rotary fosters understanding across cultures. We train adults and young leaders to prevent and mediate conflict and help refugees who have fled dangerous areas.

In Nigeria, a university president and Rotary Club  fight Boko Haram by educating and feeding victims

By Photographs by 

Sneaking into Boko Haram’s back yard to rescue girls wasn’t what a university president had planned on, but she, a Rotary Club and community leaders braved “dangerous territory” in Nigeria and started programs to feed and education refugees – whose number eventually swelled to 400,000.  Read the full story - click here.


Providing Clean Water

We help bring sustainable clean water, sanitation, and hygiene to more people every day. We don’t just build wells and walk away.

Clean water and sanitation is a human right. When people, especially children, have access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene, they lead healthier and more successful lives.

We don’t just build wells and walk away. Rotary members integrate water, sanitation, and hygiene into education projects. When children learn about disease transmission and practice good hygiene, they miss less school. And they can take those lessons home to their families, expanding our impact.

Rotary-USAID International H2O Collaboration

The Rotary International-USAID International H2O Collaboration is a partnership between Rotary and the U.S. Agency for International Development that supports lasting, positive change to water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) initiatives.

Our partnership combines the vast network of Rotary volunteers with the expertise of USAID to influence communities and policymakers to solve seemingly unsolvable problems and bring about lasting change through education and advocacy.


Rotary and USAID are creating Tippy Tap devices to encourage good hygiene in remote areas. Tippy Tap devices use a simple foot paddle to tip a water container so people can safely wash their hands.


Our work

Since 2009, Rotary and USAID have partnered to improve access to clean water and sanitation in developing countries, working on continuous improvement while sharing learnings with other philanthropic and humanitarian organizations.

In 2015, the collaboration committed $4 million each to Ghana, Uganda, and Madagascar, with each partner providing half of the funds needed. Rotary seeks to raise $200,000 for each country by 2018 as part of its $2 million per country commitment. The investment will support:

WASH project design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation

Leadership and advocacy using Rotary members' expertise and resources to leverage WASH resources and initiatives

Innovation of processes, tools, and partnerships in the WASH sector, such as the WASH Sustainability Index Tool, which determines the long-term technical and financial sustainability of WASH interventions.

Plan to attend the Rotary International Convention in Toronto - contact Past District Governor and member of the Convention Goers Fellowship to learn more