JOIN US at noon April 14 for our regular weekly lunch meeting at the Villa Milano. A special service project, creating blankets for My Very Own Blanket, will be our program.
We also will welcome and honor our April 2022 Students of the Month April 14.
Immediate Past President Ellen Cathers will lead us in the work to create blankets for My Very Own Blanket, which provides blankets to children in the foster care system in Franklin County. The blankets are easy to create and the work will double as a fun, unstructured fellowship program for club members.
Find more information about My Very Own Blanket, led by Rotary Club of Clintonville President Jessica Rudolph, at myveryownblanket.org.
Please join the fun at our regular Rotary Club of Westerville lunch meeting April 14 and lend a hand to this service project to benefit foster children in our area. The luncheon begins at noon at the Villa Milano, 1630 Schrock Road.
The Rotary Club of Westerville
Founded in 1959, the Rotary Club of Westerville is a service club of business professionals and leaders working to improve our community and larger world. We are part of Rotary International. Find out more at WestervilleRotary.com. Contact the Club and learn how to join at westervillerotary.com/contact-form.
Interested in joining?
The Rotary Club of Westerville is accepting applications for new membership.
The best way to pursue membership is to contact an existing Club member and attend one of our lunches or events as her or his guest. Members of the public also are welcome to attend our events on their own, to see what our service club is all about. If possible, please give notice of your intent to attend a luncheon or social by emailing WestervilleRotaryEvents@gmail.com. Learn more about Rotary International at Rotary.org.
We hope to see you soon!