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Keokuk

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Meyers Courtyard
629 Blondeau Street
3rd floor (elevator available)
Keokuk, IA  52632
United States
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Incoming president, Tony Conn, presents an engraved watch to outgoing president, Joe Steil, in recognition of his service as president of Keokuk Rotary for 2010-2011. 

Joe Steil (right), President of Keokuk Rotary, and Kathy Asbury (left), Membership Co-Chair, acknowledge Bob Wustrow's 50 year membership with the organization.  Bob joins George Eichacker, Irv Lindner and Bill Logan as 50 year members of Keokuk Rotary!  

 

Greg Dunning (left) of Auckland, New Zealand, is paddling his kayak down the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico to support research for finding a cure for Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases.  A member of Rotary International, Dunning recently attended a Keokuk Rotary Club meeting at the Keokuk Country Club where he received a meal, a warm welcome and a Keokuk Rotary Club flag from President Joe Steil.  Dunning expected to reach St. Louis by the Fourth of July weekend to meet with one of his daughters. 

In May, the Keokuk Rotary Club awarded three scholarships in its annual Rotary Four-Way Test Essay Contest.  Priya Khanolkar won first place for a $500 award and Jaime Neff received $250 for second place.  Brandon Boltz, who was not present, was given a $100 scholarship.  Honorable mention participants included Destinee Briner, Katelyn Grishom, McKenzie Horton and Rachel Maxwell.  Students read their essays during one of the luncheon meetings. 

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