Hudson Service Learning

Started in 2002, the Hudson High School Service Learning Program is a model for Ohio's Department of Education.
  • "Best Service Learning Program" in Ohio in 2009
  • Special Recognition from America's Promise Alliance
  • Certifying Organization for The President's Volunteer Service Award

Interact Club

Interact brings together young people ages 12-18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self. Started in 2018, the Western Reserve Academy Interact "WRA Service Leaders" offers Students the opportunity to connect with leaders in the community and around the World to:
  • Take action to make a difference in your school and community
  • Discover new cultures and promote international understanding
  • Become a leader in your school and community
  • Have fun and make new friends from around the World

Boy Scout Troop 321

The Rotary Club of Hudson is the proud sponsor of Boy Scout Troop 321. The Troop celebrated its 100 year anniversary in 2018 and our Club has been a Partner for over 50 years. 
The Boy Scouts in Hudson were presented with a distinctive meeting place in 1931 when the Hudson Rotary Club built the Cabin on the southwest quadrant of the Green as the club's earliest service project1
Rotary Youth Exchange
We are proud to offer travel abroad study programs for local students and host family opportunities for Rotarians and other community members. This is a long tradition of The Rotary Club of Hudson. 

Camp Manatoc Pool

The Rotary Club of Hudson is proud to assist the aquatic staff with pool opening Spring cleaning of the facility. In addition, the Hudson Rotary Foundation awarded a grant for the on site AED. 


4-Way Test Speech Contest

Students from Hudson High School and Western Reserve Academy compete in a multi stage speech contest that offers cash and scholarship prizes! The top students compete at a Rotary Club Meeting and the winning student competes at the District Competition (52 Clubs).
1  Hudson Rotary 75: A History of the Rotary Club of Hudson, OH by Thomas L. Vince