Web site updated June 21, 2016
Best wishes to Tony
Rotarian Tony Hoffman shares good and and bad news with club members June 14. He has been promoted by Centurylink to a position in Denver and will be leaving Wentzville. Tony has been one of the most active and effective leaders and volunteers in Rotary and several other area organizations in recent years and will be sorely missed. (Photo by Jim Schulte)
Wentzville Rotary meets Tuesdays at 12:10 at the Pitman Banquet Center, 1545A Wentzville Parkway, at the corner of Wentzville Parkway and Meyer Road, about one mile north of Interstate 70 and one mile west of U.S. Highway 61. The Banquet Center is located next to the Pitman Funeral Home.
Food service from West Allen Grill, buffet style, begins at 11:30 a.m. For information, please select "Contact Us" on the left.
(as scheduled by Program Chairman Darrel Hollinger)
June 28 - EVENING PROGRAM: Installation -
Hanke Farm 5 p.m. social hour; 6 p.m. dinner.
July 5 - Dr. Jim Spain, Provost, UM-Columbia
July 12 - New Member Program
July 19 - District Governor Jim Durbin
July 26 - Madison and Gabrielle - Brazil Exchange
August 2 - Alzheimers Association
August 9 - Joey Fanara, RYLA
August 16 - Wentzville Schools Activities Directors
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Members Need a Makeup?
Members who need to make up a missed meeting may wish to visit one of the web sites below. This requires about 30 minutes and can be done at your own leisure. The E-Club may ask for a donation. Follow the E-Club links, and navigate to the E-Club makeup meeting link
Rotarian Bill Zollmann, Wentzville attorney, speaks on
the importance of having wills and other legal documents at the June 7 meeting. Bill has been a club member 45 years. (Photo by Jim Schulte)
President Darrell and Rotarian Theresa display the best attendance award they earned at a recent Intercity Rotary meeting. (Photo by Jim Schulte)
Rotarian Harry Corbett congratulates his daughter-in-law Courtney for her Paul Harris Fellow award. Harry earned his Paul Harris Plus 7 Award recently and designated Courtney as the honoree, a privilege accorded under Rotary Foundation rules for each $1,000 a member contributes. (Photo by Jim Schulte)
Rotarian David Demien receives the Community Service Award from Community Service Chairman Brett Hanke in May. (Photo by Jim Schulte)
Rotarian David Agne previews the Cardinals baseball
season for club members. (Photo by Jim Schulte)
President Darrel congratulates Dr. Montgomery for becoming a Paul Harris Fellow. (Photo by Jim Schulte)
Paul Harris honorees Justyn and Mike pose with former Rotary District Governor Tom, PH Chairman David, and President Darrel at the Feb. 9 meeting (Photo by Jim Schulte)
President Darrel and R J pose at the Feb. 9
meeting. (photo by Jim Schulte)
Dr. Peter Montgomery, Rotarian, has some fun
with fellow club members Nimesh and Pastor
Lloyd during his presentation in January. (Photo by Jim Schulte)
President Darrel Lackey poses with SSM St. Joseph
officials- West President Lisle, Michele, and Tanner - following a presentation Jan. 19 on pallative care.
(photo by Harry Corbett)
Rotarian Rev. Lloyd Hackbarth, right, poses with Club President Darrel Lackey and Vocational Service Chairman Brett Hanke after Hanke presented the retired pastor with the Vocational Service Award. The Rev. Hackbarth spends numerous hours each week in volunteer service to the Wentzville community.
Rotarians Dan and Harry pose while ringing the Salvation Army
bells at the Wentzville Walmart in December.
Wentzville Rotarians who served their country were honored
in a special Veterans Day observance at the November 9 meeting. These included Tom Gooch, Brett Hanke, Ed Harris, Ron Berrey, Darrel Hollinger, and Fred Eisenbath. Several other Rotarians who served, living or deceased, were also recognized.
Rotary President Darrel Lackey presents a certificate to Wentzville contractor David Demien, noting his 25 years
of service as a club member.
Rotarians Amber and Charlene pose with the trash bag of litter they collected while helping clean the roadsides on Meyer Road near Rotary Park.
CHANGING OF THE GUARD. Incoming Rotary President Darrel Lackey presents the traditional plaque honoring the service of Pam Harrell as Club President for the past chapter year of 2014-15.