Springfield Rotary Club

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We meet Mondays at 12:10 PM
Hollenbeck-Bayley Creative Arts Center
275 S. Limestone Avenue
Springfield, OH  45506
United States
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Our speaker for August 25 will be Michael D. Connelly, M.A., J.D., FACHE, President and CEO of Mercy Health since 1995.  During that period, Mercy Health's assets have grown from $1 billion to approximately $6 billion through an innovative Co-Sponsorship Model merging five religious sponsors and several community hospitals.  MH's community benefit commitments grew during this tenure from 5% of revenue to 10.5% of revenue annually while preserving a "AA" bond rating for over 15 years.  MH is the leader in quality/safety and market share in its communities. 
 
Prior to joining MH, Mr. Connelly was Regional Executive/CEO, Daughters of Charity National Health System-West, Los Altos Hills, California.  He served as president and CEO of St. Joseph Hospital in Chicago, a 495- bed teaching hospital.  He also practiced law with the firm of Gardner, Carton and Douglas.  Mr. Connelly earned a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, cum laude, and a Master's Degree in Health Services Administration from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.  He earned his J.D. Degree from DePaul University College of Law. 
 

 
BILL BUNDY
 
Bundy Baking Solutions provides intelligent production solutions to baking challenges.  They currently provide over 90% of commercial baking pans worldwide.  They have 23 plants in North America.  Additionally, plants are located in Central America, South America and Brazil.  Total employment totals 1,000. 
 
Bill Bundy, who is part of the leader team at Bundy, works along with his brother and father.  They are committed to and proud of the fact that their pans are "Made in the U.S.A."  Each week five new pans are designed by engineers housed in the Urbana plant alone.  Bundy remains dedicated to re-investment and continuous improvements.  Environmental stewardship is a top priority as they strive to reduce energy consumption and reduce negative impact on our planet. 
 
Bundy produces many private labels for home use, and these can be found at stores such as  Williams and Sonoma, Target and Bed, Bath and Beyond.  These products are made from commercial grade materials so one can expect many years of superior performance.
 
We are glad that Bundy Baking Solutions has chosen Urbana, Ohio as its headquarters.
 
 

 
Dream Soccer hit the 10 yearmilestone this year, and it was another great success!  There were 46 athletes that participated!  In celebrating 10 years, thanks &special recognition were given to:
 
Tony Cooper, Springfield Thunder, Head Coach & Visionary of Dream Soccer – 10 years
Paul Maletic, Springfield Thunder – 10 years
John Copeland, Springfield Thunder, Coach, -- 3 years
Michael Stacey, Special Olympics of Clark County, Coach – 5 years
Tom Rumpke, Springfield Thunder, Coach & Co-Chair – 3 years
Maggie Roberts, Springfield Thunder, Co-Chair – 3 years
Karen Howard,Springfield Thunder, Co-Chair – 1 year
Mary Jane Rumpke, Springfield Thunder – 3 years
Kathy Duffin, Special Olympics of Clark County, Co-Chair – 10 years
Charlie Bosworth, Volunteer Referee -- 9 years
John Roberts, Springfield Rotary volunteer – 10 years
Bill Krafft, Springfield Rotary volunteer – 9 years
Bill Scarff, Springfield Rotary volunteer – 5 years
“Crew Cat” mascot, Columbus Crew Pro Soccer Team – 3 years
“Erzy the Tiger” mascot, Wittenberg University – 1 year
David Howard,Self-Advocacy for You (S.A.Y.) President – 1 year
 
Special thanks also to Springfield Thunder Soccer Club; Special Olympics of Clark County, Columbus Crew Pro Soccer Team for donating Crew drawstring bags for the athletes; Rotarian John Roberts for providing soccer balls for the athletes, Springfield Foundation that provides funding to our program that allows us to offer such worthy efforts as Dream Soccer; and the following Rotarians (including number of years’ service) friends, family & Interact for their invaluable assistance:
 
Tammi Angle-3 years; Hugh Barnett, Sr.-4 years; Fred Bartenstein-2 years; Bonnie Bartos-3 years; Mary Brandstetter-2 years; Bill Hallmark-2 years; Sue Hebner-4 years; Andy Irick-4 years (& Tammy Hale); Bill Krafft-9 years; Bill Kusnierz-1 year; Lenee’ Landry-2 years; Heather Leifheit-1 year; Kerry Pedraza-1 year; Phil Rinehart-2 years; Margaret Roark-1 year; John Roberts-10 years; Joy Rogers-2 years; Bill Scarff-5 years; Roger Storer-2 years; Matt Wilson (&Wife, Stephanie, & children, Sydney & William Wilson)-1 year; Former Springfield Rotarian Nicole Roberts-2 years;  Bonita Heeg(Husband, Jim & grandson, Jonathan Heeg)-3 years; Interact member Maggie Yontz-2 sessions-1 year; Former Interact member Simra Ranginwala-4 sessions-2 years.
 

 
We have many copies of our Rotary Centennial Book still available for purchase.  Books are $20, but if you would like to place one at your business,  cost is reduced to $15.  Please see Kathy if you are interested. 
 
 

 
 

The 7th Annual Kenton Caper Bike Tour will be held on Saturday, September 6, beginning at 9:00 a.m. This ride supports people who have developmental disabilities The start and finish will be at Splash Zone, 300 Eagle City Road, and the course routes follow the Simon Kenton Trail and are mostly flat.  For more detailed information and to register in advance, visit tinyurl.com/DDKC2014
 

 

 
 
Big Brothers Big Sisters has a Springfield High School student from the Promise Neighborhood who will be taking an educational trip to France in 2015.  If you have any unused Euros left over from your travels, please consider donating them to Big Brothers Big Sisters to enhance the trip for this very deserving, hardworking, straight-A student.  If you have questions, please contact Linda Shaffer at 390-9900, or lshaffer@bbbscentralohio.org
 

 
 
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Rotary is an international service organization of business and professional men and women. Founded in 1905, Rotary was the world's first service organization. Today, Rotary has more than 30,000 clubs in over 160 countries around the world.
 
 
 
The men and women of the Rotary Club of Springfield, Ohio are business and professional leaders who volunteer their time and resources to help others in their local community and throughout the world.
 
 
 
The Rotary Club of Springfield, Ohio is guided by Rotary's motto of "Service Above Self" and Rotary's Four-Way Test:

* Is it the truth?

* Is it fair to all concerned?

* Will it build goodwill and better friendships?

* Will it be beneficial to all concerned?

 
 
 
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