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2015-2016 Rotary International Theme: "Be a Gift to the World"

 

Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations, and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. Approximately 1.2 million Rotarians belong to more than 32,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas.

Website updated Sept. 1, 2015

  

Welcome!

 

Time to buy tickets!

 

Wentzville Beer Wine

and Food Festival

This event combines the Taste of Wentzville

and Beer Fest events held in previous years.

Saturday, September 26, 12-5 p.m., Rotary Park 

Local restaurants, wines, craft beers, live music.  Tickets available now on Eventbrite

Choose Link below for more information.

Beer Wine and Food Festival

 

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. For information, please select the "Contact Us" choice on the left

  

Upcoming Programs

(as scheduled by Program Chairman Darrel Hollinger)                                          

Sept. 8 - Rotary Park Memorial (Meet at Park) 

Sept. 15 - Bob Lee, Naturalist/Gardener 

Sept. 22 - India Exchange Couple 

Sept. 29 - Kyle Gaines, Ambulance District  

For even more about Rotary:

  Check out Wentzville Rotary on Facebook

Members Need a Makeup?   

Members who need to make up a missed meeting may wish to visit one of the websites 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

rotaryeclubone.org

rotaryeclub34.org

rotaryeclubny1.com

Rotaryeclubsouthwest.org

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. 

Rotarians Eric, John, and Bill pose with club officers while being honored June 30 for attaining Paul Harris awards for their gifts to the Rotary Foundation.

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Jerry and Judy at the Installation Dinner.

 

Brett and Ann: Hosts of the Installation Dinner.

 

Rotarians Joel and Frank flash smiles while working the south entrance at Walmart in May and asking shoppers to support the Shower of Love for children's agencies in St. Charles County

Wentzville Rotarians welcome the visiting Group Study Exchange Team members from New Zealand to the Rotary District 6060 and our Club in late April. Welcome Chandra, Carmel, Preeti, and Austin. 

Rotarians Brett and Ron work the Shower of Love Collection for children at Wentzville Walmart.  

Helping Rotarians (in some cases parents and grandparents) with the flag ceremony at the Group Student Exchange picnic in early May were these young people.   

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Rotary honors Wentzville Attorney Bill with its Community Service Award in January, 2015.  With Bill are President Pam and Vocational Service Chairman Brett.

Rotarian Jerry receives his Paul Harris plus award from President Pam, former Governor Tom, and PH Chair David.  (photo by Dan Z)

Sponsor Donna-Marie, left, and President Pam, right, welcome new member Jessica following her installation ceremony in December.

Rotarian Geff rings the Salvation Army bells at Walmart in early December.  Rotarians worked the store's major entrances to raise funds to support St. Charles County residents in need.

Rotarians Jeff, Stephanie, and Howard pose while ringing the Salvation Army Bells at Walmart.  

 

Rotarian Justin sells Old Newsboy Editions at the corner of Peace and Meyer Road.

Rotarians Geff and Tony take a break from selling Old Newsboy Editions at the Bear Creek Subdivision Entrance.

Rotarian Ed sells Old Newsboy Editions to support children's agencies in the Metro area.  Club members have sold the papers on Wentzville street corners the week before Thanksgiving for 30 years.