Rotary Club of Canton
116 Cleveland Ave NW
Suite 307
Canton, Ohio  44702
(330) 452-2882
fax (330) 452-8614 
President Elect
Rotary Foundation
Vice President
Immediate Past President
Club Administration
Adam Longacre-Consultant, Owner-Unhitched Brewery
Feb 26, 2021
Opening the brewery, why Louisville, the impact COVID has had on the brewery, future plans
Dr. Celia Williamson
Mar 05, 2021
Human Trafficking in Ohio - Myths and Facts
Todd Pugh, Founder, CEO - Todd's Enviroscapes, Inc
Mar 12, 2021
Spring tree and plant readiness for your home or business and curb appeal
Club Information
Welcome to our Club!

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Fridays at 11:45 AM
Alex D. Krassas Event Center
251 - 25th Street N.W.
CANTON, OH 44709
United States of America
(330) 452-2882
(330) 452-8614
Home Page Stories

Adam has spent the last 15 years in the tech sector, starting with PwC in their IT consulting practice, then later building and managing Microsoft and Symantec’s software license compliance programs.  He is now the current CEO of Altaris Cloud (software license consulting company) and owner of UnHitched Brewing Company in Louisville, Ohio. Adam opened UnHitched in October 2019. Unfortunately, half of their first year was operating during the pandemic. Adam will share his insights into opening the brewery, why he chose Louisville, the impact COVID has had on the brewery, and their future plans.


We are to be tolerant of differences
Occasionally there is a temptation to criticize the laws, customs and traditions of another country which may seem strange or contrary to our own. In some instances illegal practices or customs of one nation are completely lawful and acceptable in another.

As members of an international organization dedicated to world understanding and peace, it behooves Rotarians to exercise restraint in judging our Rotary friends and citizens from other countries when their behavior seems unusual to us. A Rotary policy has existed for more than half a century relating to this dilemma of international relationships.
JUSTIN CANDEA - February 4th
BOB CARR - February 7th
BILL GRIFFING - February 10th
SAM SHAHEEN - February 12th
BRIAN SPRING - February 19th

Incoming Rotary International President Shekhar Mehta urged members to become more involved in service projects, saying that caring for and serving others is the best way to live because it changes not only other people’s lives, but also our own.

Mehta, a member of the Rotary Club of Calcutta-Mahanagar, West Bengal, India, revealed the 2021-22 presidential theme, Serve to Change Lives, to incoming district governors on 1 February during the Rotary International Assembly. The assembly, a yearly training event for district governors-elect, was originally set to take place in Orlando, Florida, USA, but was held virtually because of the COVID-19 pandemic.





Since our annual Canton Rotary Oktoberfest was cancelled due to COVID, we are selling the Canton Rotary Brew Card to raise funds for the Canton Rotary Charitable Fund.
The Brew Card provides discounts on food and/or merchandise at nine (9) local and regional breweries and brewpubs.
These cards are valid through June 30, 2021, so as vaccines roll out and folks feel it is safer to visit these breweries, the cards will still be valid!
Brew Cards are on sale now for only $20 via the event page on our Facebook page or through Eventbrite (see link below). 

The ClubRunner Mobile App is your key to connect to your club and district on the go!
Completely free to download and use, this app will let you access the key info you need while you're on the go. Password protected just like your website, the ClubRunner Mobile app allows you to to view your member directory, contact your members and executives, read the latest articles posted to your website, learn more about your upcoming events and speakers, view your meeting details and track your attendance statistics, right from your smartphone or tablet!
Click on this LINK to view information on this app.
In accordance with the order from the Ohio Department of Health, the Rotary Office will be closed to the public.
Don't worry though!  All correspondences are checked daily and we will try our best to respond back to all inquiries as soon as possible.
Please feel free to contact our club officers or Lauri by email at: or by phone at 330-452-2882.