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Mike Hill
Feb 22, 2019
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Mar 01, 2019
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Mar 08, 2019
BSA Legacy of Service
Mike Splitt
Mar 15, 2019
The Patriot Run 2019
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Mar 22, 2019
Citizen's Climate Lobby
Mar 22, 2019
Beach Party 2019
Pres Joe and Roscoe
Mar 29, 2019
Club Finance Report
Apr 19, 2019
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John Hudson
Apr 26, 2019
2019 Peace Essay Luncheon
Chris Cantwell
May 03, 2019
Our Next Inbound Exchange Student
May 10, 2019
Rotary Beach Party Set Up
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Club Information

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Woodstock!


Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 12:10 PM
Woodstock Country Club
10310 Country Club Road
Woodstock, IL  60098
United States of America
District Site
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Rotary Club of Woodstock
This Friday is our holiday performance by the Woodstock High School Madrigals.  This photo is of their performance on the Steve Cochran WGN Radio show yesterday!
Thanks to all Rotarians who put in countless hours of volunteer time to make CCH 2018 such a success.  A new warehouse, traffic pattern and loading dock made delivery day go off smoothly.  Unscientific polling reflected close to 50% first time delivery drivers!  The positive power of social media pulled in many of the drivers from out of town.  Deliveries were completed about 10:40 am and the warehouse was cleaned up, swept out and locked up by 12:45.  1300 families had a better Christmas due to the efforts of CCH.
Donations are coming in for other organizations.  Last week John Buckley received donations from:
Woodstock Professional Business Women
Woodstock Moose Lodge
and Bear Hugs (Phyllis Close)
It seems that the Hurricanes in Florida and North Carolina happened a long time ago. For the people living in the affected area it is still just the beginning of the recovery and rebuild from all the damage. The schools in some of the areas just started about a week ago and homes in the area are still no where near being repaired even for those with the money to pay for the work.  District 6440 is asking for donations for help in the rebuilding process. If you look at the District news letter, there is an article explaining how to make donations thru our District 6440 Charitable Foundation. Our charitable foundation is a 501 C 3 and any moneys are tax deductible . Donations can be made by logging on to the District web site and clicking on the Charitable foundation link.  Donations can be earmarked for either or both of the hurricane affected areas. Any donations to the Foundation will be administered our district and will channeled thru Rotary clubs or Rotarians in  the area.  For anyone wishing to travel to the affected areas there is a possibility of a hands on work mission. If you are interested volunteering you can contact me and if there is enough interest among members of our district we will try to get something  started. Last year we were invited to participate with Greater Barrington Area Hurricane Relief Association. I just found out a couple weeks ago that I am still the District 6440 Disaster Relief Liaison. Apparently I will have this job until I get it done right, so please open up your hearts and pocket books and donate generously . The next disaster relief effort will probably be centered on the fires in California but nothing can be done from our perspective until the fires are under control.  The affected areas will be trying to rebuild and recover from the damage for years to come. For some perspective  on the level of a damage, my son lives in North Carolina about 10 miles from Wilmington which was central target of the hurricane. It is estimated that  the cleanup just to clear fallen trees in the area will cost at least 15 million dollars and will have work crews working 15 hours daily until the end of March 2019.  Bill Schuberth
This Friday is food truck day so try to plan a little extra time to help out before  returning to work after this Friday's meeting. It is supposedly going to be a  little warmer in the next couple of days.
Tag Days - November 21, 23 and 24. 
Week of December 18th - Keep open and be available for all things CCH.
CCH Day December 23.  NEW LOCATION- 950 Dieckman.  Across the street (Rte 47) from Harley Davidson.
 Your gifts help provide...
• Vocational training in South Africa
• Water filters and hygiene training in India
• A scholarship for a medical professional in Italy to reduce child mortality rates
• Peace-building seminars in Uganda

• Insecticide-treated mosquito nets to prevent malaria in Mali

By making a gift of US$85 a month or $250 a quarter you can join the society in a safe and secure way! You can sign up for Rotary Direct online or by completing the form below and see your life-changing gifts throughout the year.   Sign up form is on our webpage.

The Rotary Club of Woodstock was chartered by Rotary International on April 22, 1968.  Throughout its history, the Rotary Club of Woodstock has been committed to implementing community and international service projects and to encourage and foster:

FIRST. The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service;

SECOND. High ethical standards in business and professions, the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations, and the dignifying of each Rotarian's occupation as an opportunity to serve society;

THIRD. The application of the ideal of service in each Rotarian's personal, business, and community life;

FOURTH. The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Rotary Club of Woodstock, feel free to contact any of the current Rotary Club of Woodstock Officers listed to the right.

Why not help make your community and the world a better place through Rotary?

Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Immediate Past President
Sergeant at Arms
Membership Chair
Youth Services Chair
Club Service
Vocational Service
Community Service Chair
International Service Chair

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