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Posted by Dwight Seeley on Jun 30, 2014

ImageThe Dublin Irish Festival is only a week out. Dublin A.M. is again "sharing o' the green," volunteering to help make the happiest Irish Festival in the world a smooth and fun event.  We'll have fewer shifts this year (but still 57) and are working to streamline your volunteer experience even more to make it enjoyable as well as helpful. We'll only be handling alcohol distribution this year. Thanks to everyone who has already signed up.  e still need some help for evening shifts--8 to Midnight on August 1st and 2nd. If you haven't yet signed up for a shift, or if you'd like to do a bit more to help out, please communicate with Dwight Seeley, Bonnie Coley-Malir, or Rich Weber.

Posted by Michael Blackwell on Jul 23, 2014

Jim Listebarger, having completed all the requirements, has now become a full member of Dublin A.M. Rotary, and is entitled to all the benefits and responsibilities adhering thereunto. Watch this video of the event. Congratulations, Jim!


Posted by Michael Blackwell on Jul 23, 2014

ImageThanks to Mohan Viddam for his generosity.  Mohan has become the our club's newest Paul Harris Fellow.  The Paul Harris Fellowship benefits Rotary International, allwoing them to continue their work.  Our club has many creative ways to become a fellow. If you'd like more details about being a Paul Harris Fellow, communicate with Dave Holliday or Ann Ralston.

Posted by Michael Blackwell on Jul 23, 2014

This issue's spotlight in on Susan Robenalt and Rick Schwieterman. Active not only in our club but also on more foundations and boards than you can shake a stick at, they grace us with their presence.  Watch this video to learn more about each of them:

Posted by Jim Burness on Apr 24, 2014

ImageWe are in the early stages of planning a Mission Trip to fit LN-4 prosthetic hands on amputees. We are looking to travel to the Dominican Republic either in October 2014 or April 2015. The timing would depend on what works best for everyone.
In June 2012, Rotarians Jim Burness, Sue Burness, Sharon Kendall, Paul Buchanan, Rita Hook, Bonnie Coley-Malir, along with Harvey Hook, Sarah Lutz, and 2 Interact Students traveled to Santo Domingo in The Dominican Republic to fit LN-4 prosthetic hands ( We were hosted by local Rotarians, who opened their homes to accommodate us and work on this project together. Most of the "advance" work had been done by them even before we arrived, making the experience very smooth. The fellowship we shared made the trip unforgettable, as they showed us around the capital city and even took us to a cocoa plantation. We also took one day to travel to Mission Emanuel, where Harvey Hook (The Gathering) has been traveling for many years, to work on a mission project. For us on that day, it was building a wheelchair ramp at Mission Emanuel's Health Clinic. We envision the next trip having a similar opportunity.
The biggest cost of this trip is the airfare. Currently, round trip tickets are between $650-$1000, depending on airline, stops, etc. The Rotarians picked us up at the airport, housed and fed us. For the Mission Emanuel volunteering, we stayed in the same hotel for 1 night as mission volunteers that came from all over the US. We ate at the hotel and I think that total cost was around $200. Some of us went to an all inclusive beach resort, of which there are many, on the front side of our trip.That part was a lot of fun but definitely optional
Two weeks ago, we received an email from the President of the Rotary Club that hosted us in Santo Domingo, asking when we were coming back and they were looking forward to working with us again. That's where we are now. At this point we are just looking at the level of interest in our club. If you have an interest in possibly going or just questions, you can talk to or email me or any of the above Rotarians.Image
I think I speak for all of us who went, when you get off the plane after the trip you are a different person. It was a life-changing experience.
Club Events
Salvation Army Heart to Heart Mobile Canteen The Salvation Army Chapel at Worthington Woods
Jan 01, 2014 02:00 PM - Dec 31, 2014 07:00 PM
Greeters The Country Club at Muirfield Village
Jul 01, 2014 07:00 AM - Jun 30, 2015
Jul 25, 2014
Rotary 6690 Exchange Program
Aug 01, 2014
Canine Companions for Independence
Aug 08, 2014
Better Business Bureau of Central Ohio
Aug 15, 2014
Trends in Dublin Law Enforcement
Aug 22, 2014
Rotary District 6690
Aug 29, 2014
Franklin County Children's Services
Sep 05, 2014
Fuse - Cardinal's new technology initiative
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