Rick Moore, Scott Wylie and Catherine Sickman Renner Receive Paul Harris Fellow Award

It has been a long tradition in the Rotary Club of Evansville for  the Immediate Past President to have the honor of presenting 3 PHF. 
Yesterday, Past President Cullen Stanley presented the emblems of the Paul Harris Fellow award to Rick Moore, Scott Wylie and Cathy Sickman Renner.  
Like these Rotarians, YOU can become a Paul Harris Fellow, or present a Paul Harris Fellow to someone else by contributing $1000 or more to the Rotary International Foundation.  This can be a one-time gift or multiple gifts over a period of years.  If you have made a contribution in the past and would like to know how close you are to meeting this goal, please reply to this email. Next week, President Christy Walker will explain a little more about becoming a Paul Harris Fellow.

Rotary just gave more money away!


The Rotary Club of Evansville in partnership with the Public Education Foundation and the Love Foundation presented over $35,000 in Classroom Enrichment Grants to teachers today at the noon luncheon.
The Public School Classroom Enrichment Grant Program has funded 934 projects, a total, to date, approximately $710,500.00.
The Private/Parochial School Enrichment Grant Program, since its’ founding in 1996, has awarded $150,000.00 to 210 projects.
THANK YOU teachers for your dedication to the youth in our community. We appreciate YOU!

EVSC Foundation State of the Schools

2019 Rotary Santa Run Grant Application Form


The Rotary Club of Evansville supports the Evansville and Tri-state communities by providing resources for projects and programs which serve to benefit and strengthen our community. Currently, we are accepting Grant Applications from organizations who wish to be considered as a beneficiary of the 2019 Rotary Santa Run.

-Primary Objective of Grant: To benefit & strengthen our community, our children and/or our environment.

-Levels of Grant Requests:  Up to but not exceeding $20,000

Deadline for Application:  Tuesday, April 2, 2019 by 5 pm Late Applications will not be accepted.

-Grant Recipient(s) will be notified by Friday, April 12, 2019

-Funds will be distributed within the 1st quarter of 2020.

-Submit your application electronically to santagrant@evansvillerotary.com

Evansville Rotary Receives Rotary International Presidential Citation

Judy Bush, 2017-2018 District Governor, Rotary International, presented the Rotary Club of Evansville a Presidential Citation for the year 2017-2018, for achieving goals that strengthen Rotary and the club. Goals include increasing club membership, developing sustainable service projects, giving to The Rotary Foundation, and building awareness of Rotary in our community. Accepting the award on behalf of Rotary Club of Evansville was the 2017-2018 Rotary President Cullen Stanley. Thank you for your leadership, Cullen! Congratulations!

Join Us for Lunch with Mitch Daniels!


MONDAY, April 8, Old National Events Plaza
Mitch Daniels Jr. is an academic administrator, businessman,
author and retired politician who served as the 49th Governor
of Indiana, from 2005 to 2013. Since 2013, Daniels has been president of Purdue University. REGISTER NOW

This event is in partnership with the Southwest Indiana Chamber.

THE BIG PARTY Saturday, March 16th at 6:00 PM TROPICANA EVANSVILLE – RIVERFRONT PAVILION

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ROTARY/PEF/LOVE FOUNDATION CLASSROOM ENRICHMENT GRANTS

The 2019-2020 Classroom Enrichment Grants are offered through a partnership of the Rotary Club of Evansville, the Public Education Foundation and the Love Foundation.
To download the link for the public schools application please go to https://www.pefevansville.org/assets/files/32019_Rotary_PEF_Love_Foundation_Grant_Application.pdf

Deadline for Application: Applications must be received electronically at grants@pefevansville.org by 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 6, 2019. Late applications will not be accepted. A confirmation email will be sent out upon receiving applications: if you do not receive one within 2 business days, contact the PEF office at (812)422-1699. The applicant and building principal or supervising administrator must sign application cover page. (See cover page for details.)

ROTARY BIG PARTY


March 16, 2019
COCKTAILS DINNER CONCERT with special guests,THE DOWNTOWN
BAND from Nashville, along with great food, smiles and laughter, all to
celebrate the relationships we share as Rotarians and the value Rotary
brings to the Evansville community. 
Tickets $65 per person
Reserve a Table of 8 $650
6 p.m.-Midnight
Tropicana Riverfront Pavilion located at 421 NW Riverside Dr.


www.RotaryBigParty.com
Special Hotel Rates available at Le Merigot with code “GROTARY”

Happy New Year

As we celebrate the New Year we would like to thank all those who generously contributed time and money to make our community, and our world, a better place.  This past year, The Rotary Club of Evansville committed the $100,000, raised to honor the Club’s 100th Anniversary, to support the Mickey’s Kingdom community build and to name the entry plaza. As a part of the plaza, a new Rotary Club of Evansville Civic Award Recognition Wall was created with an additional $20,000 gift allowing our club to display past and future Civic Awards plaques. Over $1350 was raised for Polio eradication efforts, $800 was given to Youth First, Inc. at our Holiday luncheon, and as in the past years, $20,000 was given to sponsor the Classroom Enrichment Grants initiative.

The Rotary Club of Evansville continues its long time partnership with the Rotary Club of Tizimin and this year donated $5,000 to their club to buy medical equipment for physicians to conduct colposcopy procedures on women in the surrounding Mayan villages around Tizimin.

An additional 60 trees were planted at the Buffalo Trace Council Eykamp Scout Center. The replacement trees included a few new varieties, creating an arboretum of over 40 different tree varieties, most native to Indiana.

Another successful Rotary of Evansville Santa Run took place on December 1st at the Buffalo Trace Council Eykamp Scout Center, resulting in a $20,000 gift to The United Methodist Youth Home. This gift will be used to help build a new home for the girls residential program, allowing for the opening and operation of the Semi-Independent Living program in the current Residential group home.

Once again, thank you to all the businesses, community leaders, and Rotarians who support our Club in raising money for local community, and International projects.

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