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BRING A FRIEND!

Let's share ROTARY with others!  During the month of April, please bring a friend to each breakfast meeting!  Let's make a commitment to introduce Rotary and encourage membership so others may enjoy this same opportunity.

Do you have a friend or acquaintance that shares your passion of helping others?  Maybe that person is a natural leader and appreciates being around other leaders?  Or possibly you know someone who could benefit from networking with service oriented volunteers? Maybe you know a local business leader interested in helping children or families in the area?  Maybe you know someone passionate about helping at Breakfast with Santa?

As you know being a Rotarian provides many worthwhile benefits, in addition to being part of an elite group of 1.2 million members worldwide.  Maybe you know someone that would appreciate that distinction and loves to travel?  As you know, as a Rotarian, we are welcome at ANY Rotary meeting in whatever city, state, country traveling! 

The focus for April is welcoming guests, sharing breakfast together,  engaging them with meaningful presentations from informative speakers, and  providing them information on becoming a Rotarian too.  ALL guests receive complimentary breakfasts each time they attend and encourage them to come to at least a couple of meetings to learn more.  

Look for more information about our educational speakers for the month of April and start asking friend(s) to come with you to a meeting in APRIL.  The Wed dates in April are the 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th.  Looking forward to seeing you this coming Wednesday March 12. 

 

Posted by Angel Adamski on Jul 09, 2014

A 501c3 Foundation that works with local businesses and organizations to raise funds to benefit families who care for children and young adults with special needs, and to educate the community about developmental disabilities.

 

On July 9, 2014 we welcomed James Schade to introduce us to the SuperSchade's Foundation.  James explained the mission of the Foundation is to help with summer camp cost for low income families who care for children and young adults with special needs.  Furthermore the Foundation works with local special needs support groups and non-profit organizations, in hope to encourage all disabilities to interact together in all social and physical activities and not segregate children from one another, providing a better quality of life for that young child or adult. 

SuperSchade's Foundation has accomplished many things so far including:

  • Summer Camp guides distributed to local schools and to over 6,000 families
  • raised $2,200 through a golf outing to send 11 kids to the summer camp of their choice in 2013
  • Lunch buffet Fundraisers raising about $400 to send to Sarah's Garden for the benefit of Mark Bollinger so he may receive 4 hyperbaric Chamber therapies to reduce weekly seizures

The Foundation has goals for the future and a plan on how to reach those goals.  Please visit http://superschades.org to learn more about the Foundation and ways you can get involved.

Posted by Pat Gory on May 08, 2014

REGISTER HERE   http://www.crsadmin.com/EventPortal/Registrations/PublicFill/EventPublicFill.aspx?evtid=b0cbe6f1-ddbf-401b-832f-0122b4e50e85

Annual Golf Invitational hosted by Oregon/Northwood Rotary Club

June 20, 2014

11:30am  Registration

Noon        Lunch

1pm         Shot Gun - 18 Hole Scramble Tournament

Location:    Chippewa Golf Course

                  23550 W. State Rte 579, Curtice Ohio  43412

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Posted by Pat Gory on Mar 29, 2014

     Join us to Paint Away Polio on April 12, 2014 at Oak Shade Grove, 3624 Seaman St, Oregon, Oh ......Tickets available NOW!

Bring your friends and paint your heart out while enjoying wine and hors d'oeuvres.  The cost is $55 per ticket and includes instructions by Uncork the Artist, art supplies, hors d'oeuvres and wine ticket. Advanced purchase is required.  This is a 21 and older event and outside alcohol is not permitted.  A Cash Bar will be available.

Don't be nervous to paint! No talent or experience is necessary.  Talented instructors will guide you step-by-step! You will be amazed at your very own work of art all while raising money for a great cause! This would be a perfect date night or could be extra fun with your reserved table of friends.  Sign up today as spaces are limited.

CONTACT:

MelindaCieslielczyk at melinda@healthcare-advocates.org or 419.720.0085  or Sarah Beavers at director@embchamber.org or 419.693.5580  

 

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MelindaCieslielczyk at melinda@healthcare-advocates.org or 419.720.0085  or Sarah Beavers at director@embchamber.org or 419.693.5580

 

Posted by Pat Gory on Mar 29, 2014

Register Online     Join us to Paint Away Polio on April 12, 2014 at Oak Shade Grove, 3624 Seaman St, Oregon, Oh ......Tickets available NOW!

Bring your friends and paint your heart out while enjoying wine and hors d'oeuvres.  The cost is $55 per ticket and includes instructions by Uncork the Artist, art supplies, hors d'oeuvres and wine ticket. Advanced purchase is required.  This is a 21 and older event and outside alcohol is not permitted.  A Cash Bar will be available.

Don't be nervous to paint! No talent or experience is necessary.  Talented instructors will guide you step-by-step! You will be amazed at your very own work of art all while raising money for a great cause! This would be a perfect date night or could be extra fun with your reserved table of friends.  Sign up today as spaces are limited.

CONTACT:

MelindaCieslielczyk at melinda@healthcare-advocates.org or 419.720.0085  or Sarah Beavers at director@embchamber.org or 419.693.5580  

 

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MelindaCieslielczyk at melinda@healthcare-advocates.org or 419.720.0085  or Sarah Beavers at director@embchamber.org or 419.693.5580

 

Posted by Pat Gory on Mar 29, 2014

The club's LITERACY PROJECT is underway and the Rotary Club of Oregon/Northwood is organizing the purchase, personalization, and presentation of a special Dictionary to every third grade student in Oregon, Northwood and Kateri Schools.  Each student receives their very own dictionary that is inscribed with their name.  Rotarians volunteer to make the delivery to each student which is coordinated beforehand with the third grade teachers of that school.  Reactions from the children have ranged from awe to surprise and even giggles when they come up to the front of the classroom and are handed their very own dictionary. The children are delighted to be singled out and recognized in the classroom and see their name in print. Rotarians thank you for your support and efforts in this fundraising effort to support the LITERACY PROJECT through Dictionaries to Third Graders!  If you have more questions and want to become involved in this worthy LITERACY PROJECT, please contact Annelle Reed.

Posted by Pat Gory on Mar 29, 2014

Rotarians are leaders of the community partnering to make a difference.  In Oregon and Northwood during the last 25 years, Rotarians of Oregon/Northwood have raised over $70,000 to assist community members.   Rotarians are of all ages and professions collaborating and exchanging ideas. Consider learning more about the local Oregon/Northwood Rotary Club by attending any Wednesday morning educational program with complimentary breakfast.

Rotarians take action and make a difference in the world.  Founded in 1912, Rotary International is a service club of approximately 1.2 million Rotarians and locally there are almost 4,000 members in District 6600.  Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide, who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.  The Rotary motto is Service Above Self.

The Rotary Club of Oregon/Northwood includes business leaders making a difference in their community, both locally and globally.  Locally, members provide support for the Eastern YMCA, Food for Thought, Ohio READS, Oregon and Northwood and Kateri School Systems, Salvation Army to name a few.  Members host fundraisers like the Annual Golf Invitational in June and the April 12th event, Paint Away Polio.  Paint Away Polio is open to the public and all are encouraged to attend, learn to paint and help others receive the POLIO vaccine.  Globally, the club has sent Shelter Boxes to assist those victims of the hurricane, helped fund the building of educational centers, and provided clean water for families.

Are you interested in helping others? Do you know a leader that shares your passion in helping others? Or one who could benefit from networking with service oriented volunteers? Maybe you know a local business leader interested in helping children or families in the area?  Maybe you are passionate about helping at one of the Rotary events like Breakfast with Santa?

Join us for complimentary breakfast and educational program any Wednesday morning to learn how leaders are partnering to make a positive impact in Oregon and Northwood!  The club meets at American Table on Wheeling with complimentary breakfast beginning at 7:30am and the hour long meeting beginning at 7:45am.  

For questions, contact  Pat Gory  at patgory@yahoo.com   or 419-320-2114 

Posted by Patricia Bidwell

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Posted by Angel Adamski

Sincerest congratulations to Peg Weisenberger for reaching another level of Paul Harris Fellowship.

Posted by Angel Adamski

Lindsey Myers from the Oregon Economic Development office came and spoke to Oregon Northwood Rotary on August 7, 2013.  She provided exciting information on how the city of Oregon is increasing its development.

Posted by Pat Gory on Aug 10, 2009

Join US for the complimentary WEDNESDAY breakfast meetings at American Table (formerly Cafe Marie) 846 S. Wheeling St.  Breakfast available at 7:45am and program begins at 8am.  

Pat Gory / patgory@yahoo.com  /   cell - 419-320-2114 www.clubrunner.ca/Oregon-Northwood

Posted by Sandy Snyder

The Oregon/Northwood Rotary

Annual Golf Invitational is June 22, 2012

Shotgun start at 1:00 PM.

Chippewa Golf Course

23550 W. State Rt. 579, Curtice OH

Form your team now! 

For more information, contact Sandy Snyder at 419-696-7645

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Posted by Pat Gory

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Posted by Pat Gory

Rotarians,

The Orgeon/Northwood Rotary club website is  www.clubrunner.ca/oregon-northwood

Please try to login and let Mary Beth know if you are unable to get into the "LOGIN" tab (top right) portion of the website.

Posted by Pat Gory

The Four Way Test of the things we think, say or do

1.  Is it the truth?

2. Is it fair to all concerned?

3. Will it build goodwill and better friendships?

4. Will it be beneficial to all concerned?