Meeting w/ Henderson Rotary Aug 15 at Doubletree by Hilton

Annual Joint Meeting with Henderson Rotary
August 15

At Doubletree by Hilton

Dr. Eli Capilouto, President, University of Kentucky will be our keynote speaker as our friends across the river meet with us in the Grand Ballroom at the new Doubletree by Hilton in downtown Evansville, located at 601 Walnut Street, Evansville, IN 47708.  There will be complimentary event parking in the hotel garage. The buffet will open at 11:30 a.m. with a program from noon until 1:00 p.m. Please note that this is a different location from where we normally meet.
Guest lunches are $15. Make your reservation now!

Dan Arens 2017 Rotarian of Year

Each year the President has the honor of selecting a Rotarian as the Rotarian of the Year.  This annual award is designated for one Rotarian in our club who clearly stands out in demonstrating “Service Above Self,” and principled commitment to the Four-Way Test.

On Tuesday, July 18, Past President Luke Yaeger named Dan Arens the 2017 Rotarian of the Year.

Dan has been a member of our club since 2002, serving as board member, committee chair and remaining very active in ALL aspects of our club. He serves as chairman of the Rotary Foundation of Evansville’s Investment Committee whose objective is to maximize the return on invested assets while minimizing risk and expenses.  Through the diligent efforts of the committee, under his leadership, a wealth strategy was developed and continues to be managed ensuring that are club can continue to achieve its goals well into the future.

Past President Luke Yaeger thanked Dan for his hard work, dedication, and ongoing contributions to the Rotary Club of Evansville.

July 18- IU Medical School-Evansville Campus Update

Join us for the Rotary luncheon on July 18th, when we will have Dr. John Williams, Dean of the Indiana University School of Dentistry speaking on how the planned IU dental clinic and programming will benefit our community. As well, Michael Roscoe, Founding Director of UE’s New Physician Assistant Program; the first program of its kind in the area and Dr. Steven G. Becker, speaking on the IU residency program.
The buffet opens 11:30 a.m. and program begins at noon at the Tropicana Executive Conference Center in downtown Evansville.

Please make a reservation if you plan to attend this event.

A New Rotary Year Begins with President Cullen Stanley!

On Tuesday, June 27, President Luke Yaeger passed the gavel to new President Cullen Stanley.
Pictured here, Cullen is congratulated by his family, parents George and Teresa Stanley, wife Tara, and brother Walter Stanley. We look forward to his leadership in the coming year.

New Member Orientation July 25 at 10:45 a.m.

If you have not attended a new member orientation please plan to attend on July 25 at 10:45 a.m. in Walnut E.  This room is across the hall from our noon luncheon.

No Meeting on July 4

Thank you Luke Yaeger, for serving as our President for the 2016-2017 Rotary Year.

Guided by your leadership and commitment to our club we feed the hungry, helped develop clean water projects and immunized against Polio.  Generous Rotarians provided a fully equipped kitchen to special needs children in the Yucatan.  We helped first grade students read and presented books in over one hundred first grade classrooms, provided Christmas gifts to Albion Fellow Bacon Center, and children’s books to Lampion Center. Together, we contributed $20,000.00 in classroom enrichment grants locally, and made it possible for at risk youth to attend My Goals Camp and the Boom Squad to perform at Epcot Center.

As Rotarians, we thank you Luke Yaeger, for your dedication to our club and to our community. The world is a better place today because you cared and you did something about it!

July 4 No Weekly Luncheon

The Rotary Club of Evansville will not hold it’s weekly luncheon on July 4, 2017.  On July 11, Tuesday, we will be meeting in Walnut A and Walnut B as usual, at the Tropicana Executive Conference Center in downtown Evansville.

A portion of the 2017 Santa Run proceeds will go to UE Changemaker Challenge

The Rotary Club of Evansville is proud to announce a portion of the 2017 Santa Run proceeds will go to the University of Evansville’s Changemaker Challenge.  The Changemaker Challenge is designed to motivate young people to take a leading role in identifying and solving challenges in the world around them through innovation and creativity.  This falls in line with Rotary’s mission statement of bringing business and professional leaders together in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards and to advance goodwill and peace around the world.  Both of our organizations are committed to making a positive impact in the our community.  As such, we are excited for the opportunity to support a program that empowers the leaders of tomorrow to make a better community for all.

May 6 Clean Up at North Woods Postponed

The Rotary Trails at North Woods Spring Clean- up has been postponed due to weather.  You will be notified when it is rescheduled.
Thank you,

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