Huntley Rotary Mission Statement
The Huntley Rotary Club focuses on hands-on projects in the local community that provides members with opportunities for growth in leadership and networking. The group also promotes fellowship events that build lasting friendships. As part of Rotary International, the club is also contributing to End Polio in the world, and working on literacy and clean water projects.
Posted by Leigh Ann Porsch on Sep 22, 2014
The Huntley Rotary Club hosted its annual Pancake Breakfast for campers on Saturday, September 20.
Posted by Leigh Ann Porsch on Jul 14, 2014
The Lake in the Hills Rotary Ribfest, held July 10-13 was another booming success. The Huntley Rotary Club hosted the Corn Roast, and raised money for local and international projects.
Posted by Leigh Ann Porsch on Jun 25, 2014
At a dinner held on June 24, the Huntley Rotary Club thanked 2013-2014 Board Members and welcomed the 2014-2015 Board. Pictured: (L-R) Bill Jorgensen, Treasurer; Jim Uszler, President-Elect; Leigh Ann Porsch, Secretary; Thom Palmer, President.
Posted by Leigh Ann Porsch on May 23, 2014
On May 22 the Huntley Rotary Club awarded four $750 scholarships to seniors at Huntley High School. Pictured are Rotary President-Elect Thom Palmer, and students Jessica Chalas, Megan Wilson, Jaycelin Chan, and Blake Jacobs. Congratulations!
Posted by Leigh Ann Porsch on Apr 30, 2014
Rotary District Governor Sarah Oliver visited the Huntley Rotary Club on Tuesday, April 29 to present three awards to the club, which earned distinction within Rotary District 6440.
Posted by Leigh Ann Porsch on Mar 17, 2014
The Huntley Rotary Club's Fifth Annual Bags Tournament, held March 15, raised funds for the Grafton Food Pantry and other local charities. Thank you to these generous sponsors: B&C Enterprises, Inc., Binger Chiropractic, CMIT Solutions, Castle Bank, Century 21 New Heritage, Coyote Auto Center, Drendel's Corner, DeFiore Jorgensen Funeral and Cremation Services, Edward Jones, Lamp, Inc., MKD Electric, Old World Stone, and Town Square Wheaton.
Posted by Leigh Ann Porsch on Feb 11, 2014
The Huntley Rotary Club presented a check today for $1,000 to the Huntley Area Public Library to support children's literacy initiatives. The donation will fund one year of TumbleBooks, a subscription based online program to help preschool aged children learn to read, and school aged children increase reading levels.