Light Up Rotary!
We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
The Outing Club
2109 N Brady St.
Davenport, IA 52803
Posted by Johanna Smith on Aug 28, 2014
Rotary will not be held on Monday, September 1 in observance of Labor Day. We will return with Rotarian and Quad City Symphony Orchestra Executive Director, Ben Loeb, on Monday, September 8.
Posted by Johanna Smith on Aug 21, 2014
Jack served in the Iowa House of Representatives from 1985 to 1993. In 1993, he accepted the position of State Director with U.S. Senator Tom Harkin. He returned to the Iowa House after winning election in November of 2000 and then won his first term to the Iowa Senate in 2002.
Presently, Jack is chair of the Senate Health & Human Services Budget Subcommittee. He also serves on the Economic Growth, Human Resources, State Government, Labor & Business Relations, and Appropriations committees.
Posted by Johanna Smith on Aug 14, 2014
2014-2015 District 6000 Governor, John Ockenfels and his wife Deb will be traveling the district for the first six months of the year to visit all 64 clubs, and the Ankeny Evening Satellite. They will be stopping by the Davenport club on Monday, August 18 to speak to the membership and visit with our club Board of Directors, Officers and Committee Chairs. Members of the board, officers and committee chairs are invited to attend a special meeting with District Governor Ockenfels at 10:30 am on August 18. We will be meeting in the lower level dining room at The Outing Club.
Posted by Johanna Smith on Aug 07, 2014
Rusty Boruff is the Founder and Executive Director of 180 Zone. 180 Zone Inc. is a faith based, non-profit ministry. It houses men, women, families, children, and youth while they are discipled in the local church. They have a 25 bed facility, Norma's Place, a men’s residential facility, and three outreach facilities around the Quad Cities Area. Many of those they reach are homeless, addicted, or poverty stricken. The 180 Zone also has a faith-based program to help men and women overcome challenges in their life, no matter what the struggle. They provide many different facets of outreach such as helping move the elderly or less fortunate, furnish apartments and homes, provide counseling, tutoring, after school feedings, a food pantry, feed and clothe the homeless and needy, visit the nursing homes, and much more.
The 180 Zone uses hundreds of volunteers on a monthly basis to serve thousands of people every week in the community.