The first club in this region, the Rotary Club of Delhi, was started in 1938 and received its charter on January 18, 1938. By 1970, seven more new clubs had been formed in the region. The 1970's saw significant growth, and by July 1, 1984, there were 39 clubs in the district. At present there are 125 clubs, with about 5,000 Rotarians.
From the beginning, the District has been very active in fulfilling the objectives of Rotary International, committed to the ideal of community service. Apart from the various activities initiated at the District level have made a significant impact in the community services avenue. Some of the major District projects are:
Youth represents the future of any community, and in keeping with this conviction, the District has always laid emphasis in including a spirit of service amongst the youth of District 3010. There are over 161 Interact and over 55 Rotaract clubs in District 3010, each active in various community/youth projects.