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Greenwood

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Jonathan Byrd's Cafeteria
100 Byrd Way
Exit off 1-65
Greenwood, IN  46142
United States
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Greenwood and Greenwood / White River Rotary Clubs'

Golf Outing for Scholarship Fund.

Thursday, May 23, 2013. 12:30 PM.

Dye's Walk Country Club.

To register go to "Golf Outing" on top left of this Home Page.

 

 

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GREENWOOD ROTARY GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

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ImageThaddeus Rex is an awesome speaker.  Greenwood Rotary was honored to have him as our keynote speaker today.  To learn more go to www.thaddeusrex.com

 

 
 

Greenwood Rotary will host a Rotary Youth Exchange student from Indonesia.  Dena will stay with The Brewers and The Lees.  Jerry Sparks will be her Youth Exchange Officer and Alex Smith will be her Youth Exchange Counselor.  She was greeted by all upon arrival at the airport.  Image

 

 
 

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Loren Minnix is President of Warrior's Hope and has traveled extensively to assist veterans. 

Mission Statement

Vet to Vet Facilitator Greenwood
 
 

Warrior’s Hope offers peer support from a biblical perspective. 

 
Vision Statement
Warrior's Hope seeks to engage military veterans and service members
to assist them in experiencing peace for their soul (character growth),
purpose of mind (God thoughts), and prosperity of spirit (spiritual growth),
resulting in renewed and invigorated lives for those who accept our challenge.
 
Warrior's Hope assists veterans and active duty personnel in finding positive and alternative methods to deal with the things that trigger combat related imagery and (other trauma) or problems after returning to a civilian environment.
 

 
 

Crew Carwash

Rotary Club of Greenwood has scheduled a fund raiser for April to begin raising money for Greenwood Parks Department. Each Greenwood Rotary member will get 20 Crew Wash Coupons to sell for $8, The club will net $3.905 for each coupon sold. Proceeds go to fund a project for Greenwood Parks and Recreation. After the winter we have just had, many of our friends, family, neighbors, and associates will be needing to get their car washed. What better way than to get a car wash and benefit Greenwood Parks and Recreation. See Jerry Sparks317.296.1450 or jsparks@fcfcu.com for details. 

 

 
 

The Outing
 Thursday, May 21, 2015.
 At Dye’s Walk Country Club located
at 2080 S. SR 135, Greenwood
 Registration/Lunch at 11:30 a.m.
 Shotgun Start at 12:30 p.m.
 Florida Scramble format.
 Contests include: hole-in-one (car),
longest putt and closest to the pin.
 $90 entry fee includes: greens fees,
cart, dinner, and golfer’s goodies.
 Outing is open to the public.
 No foursome? No worries; any
number is welcome. We’ll place you
on a team.
 Call Lyle Pettigrew at 514-7124 or
Chris Rosser 412-5114.
 In the event of rain, the outing will
not be rescheduled and there will be
no refunds.

 

 

 
 

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Lee Money makes the presentation to Ramesh Joshi, the recipient of the 2014 Ernie Mishler Award. 

 
 
 

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Greenwood Christian School Show choir provided the entertainment for this years Holiday Celebration. 

 

 
 

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Our distinguished Christmas Event Committee members - Cindy Weddle, Lyle Pettigrew, Chastity Fritto and Nancy Lewark. Others who helped include: Brian Chatham- photographer, John Skaggs- piano, Steve Schellin - the sing -a-long and coordinated the Greenwood Christian School Show Choir.  

 

 

 
 


It's the end of the year and a good time for make a donation to the Paul Harris Foundation. The Greenwood Rotary club has a matching program where we will match up to 500 points for the 1000 point requirement to be a Paul Harris Fellow. See Dan Wagner, Treasurer for details. 

 

 
 

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The Rotary Club of Greenwood, Indiana welcomes you to our web site and invite you to attend our meetings. We offer fun fellowship as well as service to both our local community and our international community. 

Our motto is "SERVICE ABOVE SELF".

 
 
 

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This program matches local families with sponsors who can provide toys and clothing to children during the holiday season. United Way of Johnson County also partners with Grace United Methodist Church to run the Angel Tree Store, which gives out toys and clothing donated by local businesses and individuals.   In 2013, the program impacted 643 Johnson County families. 1,661 children were served during the program by the 177 sponsors. Gifts and or clothing collected by our Club will be used to stock The Christmas Angel Tree store which will be Thursday, Dec 18,  and Friday, Dec 19 at Grace United Methodist church, Franklin, IN All toys and / or clothing must be new and left in original packaging. Thee is usually an abundance of toys for younger ages, however, there is always a need for donations for ages between 12 and 17. Contact Nancy Lewark at nlewark@ecommunity.com if you have questions. 

 

 
 
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Speakers

Aug 31, 2015
Greg Kindle
YMCA director "Why the Y?"
Aug 31, 2015
Greenwood Rotary.....5th Monday Social
Meet at Oaken Barrel at 5:30 pm and Please bring your family and friends
Sep 07, 2015
No Meeting, Labor Day!
Enjoy your time with family and friends, see you next week 9/14/2015
Sep 14, 2015
District Governor Jim Bright
Rotary District 6580