May 4 : Meeting - Morel Mushroom Hunting- Randy Ems
May 11: PAUL HARRIS AWARDS LUNCHEON Register HERE
May 17: Board Meeting, Naperville Bank & Trust, 4:30pm
May 18: Meeting
May 25: No Noon Meeting - RAISE THE BAR at Hopvine Brewing Co, 5:30 - 7:30 pm
June 29: INSTALLATION of John Norman and his Board- HOTEL INDIGO, 6:00-9:30 PM
The Rotary Club of Naperville
Thursdays, 12:15 PM
1025 Aurora Avenue
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PO Box 2
Naperville IL 60540
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Another great evening of Food, Fellowship & Fun!
RAISE THE BAR at Empire Burgers & Brew
see all the photos from the evening HERE
PAUL HARRIS FELLOWSHIP AWARDS LUNCHEON
Plan on attending this special day of fellowship!
Thursday, May 11, Noon
Registration for this event is required
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College of DuPage Scholarship Luncheon
College of DuPage Scholarship recipient's were celebrated March 9. Recipients are chosen based on financial need, academic excellence, and community service and citizenship. Students shared stories of their personal struggles and their heartfelt gratitude for the very real impact the scholarship makes in their lives. Thank you to John Sims and the COD Scholarship Services Offices for their leadership in this important club program.
"Each year, we look forward to meeting the Rotary scholarship recipients. It is a very emotional day for us," saidJohn Sims, COD Scholarship Committee Chair. "We are supporting the future of this country's best citizens, and we have a wonderful group of students here today to prove that point. Assisting students with their college education is one of the greatest and most important things we do here at Rotary Club of Naperville."
2017 COD Scholarship Recipients
Kyana Amos Lonnie Evans Jonathon Bagnall Bana Falaha Dan Bailey Jessica Halder Natasha Breslieva Maliha Khan
Hubert Celinski Christopher Mack Jacey Credo Cristi Madlom Deyna Parvanova Plamen Pavlov
Jennifer Pfeiffer Zachary Sanchez Julia Schroeder Teresa Szymoniak Alena Troia David Zak
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Rotary Recognizes Club Veterans with Quilts of Valor
Since Veterans Day last November, The Rotary Club of Naperville has recognized 14 military veterans. The latest recipients of a this special Quilt were Mayor Emiritus George Pradel and Ron Ory. Pradel had served in the Marine Corp while Ory was in the army.
The Rotary Foundation transforms your gifts into service
that change lives close to home and worldwide.
Help us celebrate 100 years of the Foundation
Help us achieve 100% of club participation Every Rotarian Every Year
Help us achieve every member at the sustaining level of $100
The contributions to the Foundation come back to clubs around the world as Grants focused on International projects. As a club, we have gotten back far more than we have contributed!
Please follow this link to help us reach our "300 GOAL"
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It was a night to remember as
The Rotary Club of Naperville
Celebrated 75 years!
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And here to download your pictures with friends!
Photo courtesy of Jini Clare, Clare Communications
Past Presidents Photo from the 75th Anniversary Celebration.
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Would you like to make a difference in Naperville and the world beyond?
The Rotary Club of Naperville is a group of business, civic, and non-profit leaders and people interested in helping their community by providing their time and talents to promote world peace, understanding, and helping their fellow man.
It's a great way to make new friends, to get out of the office for lunch once a week, learn about your community, and to give back to your community. If you are interested in joining our club you are very welcome to visit one of our meetings!
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Polio epidemics have crippled thousands of people, mostly young children.
The disease has caused paralysis and death for much of human history.
A global effort to eradicate polio began in 1988, led by the World Health Organization, UNICEF, and The Rotary Foundation.
These efforts have reduced the number of annual diagnosed cases by 99.9%; from an estimated 350,000 cases in 1988 to a low of 37 cases in 2016!!
If the global Polio Eradication initiative is successful it would be only the third time humankind has ever completely eradicated a disease, after Smallpox in 1979 and Rinderpest in 2010.
We are THIS CLOSE, to ENDING POLIO FOREVER!
World Health Organization Polio Status Website
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