District Governor Lance Eberle serves as leader of our 33-club district. The
district also has 20 Interact clubs for high school and middle school students, and
two Rotaract clubs for professionals ages 18-30.     

Born and reared in Bloomington, Eberle joined Bloomington Rotary in 2002.  He
has served on the club's Board of Directors and, most recently, the membership
committee. He was Club President in 2013-2014 and Treasurer for six years.
At the District level, Eberle has served as assistant governor from 2014-2017, and
also served as membership co-chair. He is a graduate of the Rotary
Leadership Institute.

Outside of Rotary, Eberle has also been active in youth programs, serving on the
Board of Directors for the Boys & Girls Club of Bloomington for more than 20
years, including a term as Board President, and also served at the state level. 

Eberle received his B.S. in Industrial Management from Purdue University and his
MBA from Butler University. He has been a partner with First Insurance Group
for over 16 years. Eberle is a Certified Risk Manager and Certified Insurance
Counselor who works with small and medium size businesses to assist them
identify and minimize their risk exposures.

He lives in the Bloomington with his wife, Stephanie, and two sons. He enjoys
water sports, including skiing and sculling.

About Us
Rotary unites more than a million people around the world. Rotary District 6580, based in Southern Indiana, consists of 32 Rotary clubs and more than 1,500 Rotarians. Rotary clubs in our district range in size from 12 to 200 members. Our clubs’ programs involve prominent leaders in every field, and our membership represents business and civic leaders of our communities and our state. Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
District 6580 selects Megan Gearhart as Global Grant Scholar
The District 6580 Global Grant Scholarship Committee has selected IU graduate Megan Gearhart of Roanoke, Indiana for the 2023-24 scholarship. Megan will use the $40,000 award to pursue a Joint Masters of Law in International Law of Global Security, Peace and Development, plus Global Policy Development, through Erasmus Mundus, a European Union program. Her host club will be the Rotary Club of Olomouc City, Czech Republic.
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