Springfield Rotary Club

Speakers

Aug 04, 2014
Bob Patton
Legalization of Medical Marijuana
Aug 11, 2014
Bill Brougher
Final Planning for Gourmet Food Truck Competition
Aug 18, 2014
Bill Bundy
Bunding Baking Solutions
Aug 25, 2014
Michael Connelly, President
Catholic Health Partners
Sep 01, 2014
Sep 08, 2014
Rod Hatfield, Artist
"It's What We See"
Sep 15, 2014
Eric Marcus
Rotary District Governor
 
 
 
 

Club Information

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Springfield

Service Above Self

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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 Need Volunteers for the 10th Annual Dream Soccer Event
Dream Soccer is a collaboration between Springfield Thunder Soccer Club, Special Olympics of Clark County and Springfield Rotary. All activities will be held at the National Trail (NTPRD) Eagle City Road Soccer Complex on Eagle City Road, near the NTPRD Splash Zone. No need to understand soccer, just a willingness to help and cheerlead participants ages 6 years – young adult. You choose the age group you want to assist. Attendance credit is given for every session you volunteer.
 
Practices
Tuesday, August 5 – 5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Thursday, August 7 – 5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, August 12 – 5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Thursday, August 14 – 5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
 
Tournament & Awards Ceremony
Friday, August 15
Tournament begins at 6:00 p.m. Awards Ceremony at approximately 7:30 p.m. (over by 8 p.m.)
Please contact Bonita Heeg at bonita@rotary98.org or 390.8760 to volunteer. If there are any questions, please let her know.
 

 
 
When Doug Iden retired as a financial manager, he pursued a refreshing, new career as a volunteer and zoo educator at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical
Garden.  After six years, he is still excited to be there.
 
INSPIRING PASSION FOR NATURE AND SAVING WILDLIFE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS
 
This is the mission and vision of the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden.  The Zoological society of Cincinnati was founded in 1873 and officially opened its doors in 1875, making the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden the second oldest Zoo in the United States.  The Zoo was founded on 65 acres in the middle of the city, and since then has acquired some of the surrounding blocks and several reserves in the Cincinnati's suburbs.  In an effort to allow maximum space for animals, alternate parking spots are being sought out. 
 
The Zoo was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1987 due to its significant architecture featured in the Elephant House, the Reptile House, and the Passenger Pigeon memorial.  At its opening, there were 800 animals, 400 of which were birds.  Most of these animals were acquired from a bankrupt circus.  In those years, animals were well cared for, but were caged so that visitors could see them up close and personal.  Of course today the animals are in more naturalistic environments, and most are captive born. 
 
The Captive Breeding program at the Zoo has long been successful. The Lindner Center for Conservation and Research of Endangered Wildlife (CREW) was founded in 1986 to strengthen the tradition.  The research has made the Cincinnati Zoo an international leader in the protection and propagation of endangered animals and plants around the world. 
 
Doug hopes that you will all be able to travel to Cincinnati to enjoy the beauty of the zoo and gardens soon!  They are located at 3400 Vine Street, and their phone is 513-281-4700. 
DOUG IDEN
 

 
 

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
 

 
 
Please click here to access the New Member Application Form.
 

 
 
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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