Old Brick and History
In Marietta, old bricks and cobblestones have a sweet river scent that reaches out, takes your hand and walks you through two centuries of America.
Our old bricks whisper stories of adventure and romance, nudge your imagination and spill endless secrets and water treasures before your feet.
Here, where two rivers meet, steamboats still ply the levee, covered bridges cross to another time, and the locals say "We'd have sent you a postcard, but we're living in it. Come visit us instead."
The Marietta Morning Rotary Club welcomes you to our web site.
And, as we often say at when we're on the road,
"If you're ever down by the Ohio River, drop in."
Did you know that the Marietta Morning Rotary Club. . .
Has social networking events? Like the one where we hiked and enjoyed each other’s company over a cook-out.
Provides an annual scholarship to a college student in honor of one of our Past Presidents, Mark Studenic?
Coordinates the Mid-Ohio Valley’s largest International Dinner, A Taste of the World, that features cuisine, culture and music from all over the world?
Has benefited from a variety of programs during our meetings such as: cutlery demonstration, zumba practice, Marietta ghost stories, history of Mid-Ohio Valley, Marietta College choir performance, and Etiquette Training?