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About Us

The Rotary Club of Kings Bay

George Washington Carver Community Center
95 Three Sisters Spring Trail
Crystal River, FL 34429
Every Wednesday @ 12:15
Speaker Announcements

Kings Bay Rotary Club

Meetings (In-Person/Zoom) begin at 12:15PM

Wednesday, November 24, 2021 - NO MEETING

Wednesday, December 1, 2021 - Stacey Wilson with Faith Haven


Lunch served by Oysters Restaurant

Please bring in a pair of underwear to the KBR meeting for the Citrus County Schools.








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Our Past Presidents

Officers & Board Members

President: David Calloway
President-Elect: Johan Brongers
Secretary: Chris Delgado
Treasurer: Terri Dallaire

Director: Mike Crouch
Director: Melissa Slanker
Director: Ed Wilsek
Director: Francis Gladeck
Director: Glenn Parker
Director: Sherri Parker

Director: Bonnie Saylor 
Sergeant-at-Arms: Phil Noll




President 2020 - 2021: David Calloway




Contact Us

District 6950 - Club 23796
P.O. Box 27, Crystal River, FL. 34423
Email Us: [email protected]

Meeting Information

Planning a visit to the Nature Coast of Florida in the future? We invite you to join us for our weekly luncheon meeting.

Registration & Fellowship begins at 11:45
At George Washington Carver Community Center
95 Three Sisters Spring Trail, Crystal River, FL 34429

The Nature Coast

Citrus County, Florida is one of the most diverse counties in the state of Florida. We are known as the Nature Coast.

Citrus County offers a wide range of outdoor activities including golf, saltwater and fresh water fishing, airboat tours, manatee tours, outdoor festivals, wilderness areas, a 47-mile Trail through the county for horseback riding, jogging, walking, and inline skaters. Rolling hills and naturally beautiful crystal clear springs, rivers and lakes set this section of Florida apart from cities in the state.

Citrus County is approximately 70 miles north of Tampa on Florida’s West Coast and is located only a short distance from many of Florida’s hottest attractions and theme parks.  Florida’s major airports are located only 2 hours away with shuttle services available.

The north and eastern sides of the county are bound by the Withlacoochee River, the east by the Tsala Apopka chain of lakes and the west by the Gulf of Mexico. In addition to the Withlacoochee State Forest & Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge, Citrus County has over 52 miles of gulf coast, 106 miles of rivers, and 19,111 acres of lakes. The 30 or so natural springs flow over 600 million gallons of water daily. Over 152,000 acres of its 683-square miles included wildlife parks and reserves. According to national sporting publications, we are ranked as one of the top 12 best fishing spots in North America.

Club History

Over the years the Kings Bay club has been involved in: