Dr. John Comerford, President of Otterbein University will speak on Thursday, June 4th at 7 pm via Zoom meeting about bringing back students with Covid19 restrictions. Info will be emailed. ... See MoreSee Less
The officers and directors would like to invite you to a scheduled Rotary Zoom meeting on Thursday May 7 from 7 – 8 PM. If you have a computer, iPad, Laptop, smart phone (iPhone or Android) or Tablet with sound and a camera you can join the Zoom Meeting You can also join in direct dial on your phone by using the “Dial by your location” below and enter the proper Meeting ID and Password listed below:
One tap mobile +16468769923,,6338999074#,,1#,557351# US (New York) +13017158592,,6338999074#,,1#,557351# US (Germantown) Dial by your location +1 646 876 9923 US (New York) +1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown) +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago) +1 408 638 0968 US (San Jose) +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose) +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma) +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston) Meeting ID: 633 899 9074 Password: 557351 Find your local number: us02web.zoom.us/u/k8LHL2Gc
If you need help with using Zoom, contact Dave Krebs or Ellen Cathers prior to the meeting Email Dave: email@example.com or Ellen at firstname.lastname@example.org. Both can help you get set up with Zoom, it is easy! ... See MoreSee Less
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Hello Club! That picture is at the conclusion of my last April Walk4WARM. Official distance completed is 152.07 miles for April. Not quite as long as this pandemic but hopefully it helped us remember the need going on in our community currently. You folks really responded to the Club fund raiser for April. So proud of you all. As of Wednesday $4125 had been donated + $1500 from the club match + $2000 from District Grant. Total $7625 or the equivalent of a full week of meals for 217 people. Well done!
Ways to Serve Here are two links to groups we help serve with. If you are looking for ways to serve during the Pandemic check these out.
Hi Club! I hope you have figured out some ways to come out of this Covid-19 pandemic better. Let us hear what you have been up to! During April, as our club collects donations for WARM, I have committed to walking 150 miles on a Walk4WARM. As of April 23rd I have walked 115.6 miles. If you haven’t had the chance to donate to WARM yet please consider doing so by April 30th. You can send the donation to WARM then let Dave Coffman know your donation amount. You guys are awesome! As of April 22nd the club has donated over $5300 to WARM. We will add a District Grant amount of $2000. In the economy of WARM this translates to feeding over 200 people with an entire weeks worth of meals. And we aren’t done yet! What a great effort to help those in our community experiencing such great need. Way to go! Let’s keep serving!
A few years ago, I gave Rotary some photos of the ground breaking for Harris-Askins House. My father, Morris, was very involved with that project, as were so many other Rotarians. I found these photos of the dedication and some other events, so I thought I would share with you all. ... See MoreSee Less
Join us today for the 52nd annual Fish Fry & Bake 11:30 am to 5:30 pm at Otterbein Campus Center! NEW this year live local entertainment, bake sale and pop up stores with items made by Star House! ... See MoreSee Less
FISH FRY ANNOUNCEMENT! We will have a collection area established on the lower level of the Campus Center during the Fish Fry for donations to Star House. Thank you in advance for donating! Needed Items: -New Underwear (boxers/boxer briefs preferred for men) -Boots & Shoes (comfortable for walking long distances) -Bikes -Tents -Backpacks -Blankets -African American hair care products (oils and gels) -Sleeping bags -Large towels -Men’s and Women’s Clothing (all kinds - can be new or very gently used)
As a guideline, please, we do not have a need for the following items: -No used socks, underwear, bras, or swimsuits -No open or used personal care items such as razors, deodorant, lip balm, makeup, etc. -No boys or girls youth clothing, youth socks, or youth shoes for youth under the age of 14 (adult sizes only please) -No baby or toddler clothes -No household or kitchen items such as lamps; curtains; electronics; toasters; blenders; utensils; silverware trays; etc. -No books; games; toys; or stuffed animals -No bedding including sheets; comforters; bedspreads; pillows; pillowcases; etc. -No amen’s high-heeled (or pumps) shoes or boots -No stained or dirty clothing or items covered with pet hair ... See MoreSee Less
A few images from the 2019 Phil Brown Basketball Classic. Great event with Westerville home teams winning 5 of 6 games! Thanks to South announcer extraordinaire Rick Bannister for the South pics! ... See MoreSee Less