Rotary Club of Coopersville, Michigan
Together we can do so much. ~Helen Keller

 

 

 

 Join us for one hour

weekly luncheon meeting.

August 2010 Museum outside with windmill small 

Each Tuesday at noon

 

Want to know more about Rotary?  Be our guest!

 

Catered at the Coopersville Farm Museum & Event Center

375 Main Street, Coopersville, MI

(616) 997-8555
www.coopersvillefarmmuseum.org

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CLOCK 2010

Coopersville Rotary Club purchased the clock that stands on the corner of Eastmanville & Main Street as a gift to the City on the occasion of the Centennial of Rotary International.  The Coopersville Rotary Club has established a fund within The Coopersville Area Community Foundation expressly for the maintenance and upkeep of the clock.

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atiReading Bus 2010
Rotary's Words on Wheels
 Putting books in the hands of children...
With the help and assistance of other organizations Rotary of Coopersville places this community resource on the road for the benefit of making the printed word readily available throughout the Summer.  We understand that reading skills are likely to slip over a summer without access to interesting and challenging reading materials in the hands of early readers.  The Words on Wheels bus underlines our commitment to literacy in our community.

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Service

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Club Executives & Directors
President
Treasurer
Secretary
IPP
Public Relations Chair
Life Leadership Chair
Summerfest and Car Show Co-Chair
Foundation Co-Chair
Summerfest and Car Show Co-Chair
 
Home Page Stories
Polio this week +1  (Total for 2016  = 28)
 
Afghanistan  +1 (9 YTD)
          One new case of WPV1 was reported in the past week, from Paktika province, with onset of paralysis on 28 September, bringing the total number of WPV1 cases for 2016 to nine. It is the most recent case in the country.
 
Pakistan  +0 (15 YTD)
          No new cases of WPV1 were reported in the past week. The total number of WPV1 cases for 2016 remains 15. The most recent case had onset of paralysis on 3 September, from Sujawal, Sindh.
Nigeria +0 (4 YTD)
 
No new cases of WPV1 were reported in the past week. The total number of WPV1 cases for 2016 remains four. The most recent case had onset of paralysis on 21 August, from Monguno Local Government Area (LGA), Borno.
 

 
 
10 REASONS TO JOIN COOPERSVILLE ROTARY

1. Professional Networking

2. Service Opportunities

3. International Awareness

4. Friendship

5. Good Citizenship

6. Family Foundations

7. Entertainment

8. Ethical Environment

9. Leadership Development

10. Diversity in Membership
 
 
 
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