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Welcome to Canfield
Canfield

We meet In Person
Fridays at 11:55 AM
Rotary Community Bldg. at Fair Park
318 Oak St; P.O. Box 11
Canfield, OH 44406
United States of America
Home Page Stories
At a recent Canfield Rotary luncheon meeting Rotarians welcomed Canfield High School
Head Football Coach Mike Pavlansky, and his number one fan and supporter and mom,
Bernie Pavlansky.
Pictured left to right:
Mike Pavlansky, Bernie Pavlansky, and Kim Gennaro, Rotary Club of Canfield President
At a recent Canfield Rotary luncheon, students of the month for March were recognized.
Recognizing students representing each Canfield school is always a special event for Canfield
Rotarians.

The Canfield Local Schools “Students of the Month” awards for March were presented by John
Vitto, assistant Superintendent, and the students’ respective principals. The students also
received a yard sign to spotlight their recognition. The student of the month program was
initiated by the Rotary Club of Canfield in October 2021. Students are selected based on
academic standing, significant effort, community involvement, extracurricular activities,
leadership, and service to others.
 
The Canfield Village Middle School student of the month will be recognized at a later date.
Pictured left to right:
C.H. Campbell honoree, Lucy Emrich, Principal Travis Lavery; Hilltop Principal Mike Flood and
Kenzie Stacey; Canfield High School honoree Dom Nacarato and Principal Mike Moldovan
Please send a check for $35 per flag for new subscriptions & renewals made payable to "Canfield Rotary Association" to the following address:
Canfield Rotary Association 
PO Box 706, Canfield, OH 44406
For Questions:  Contact Kim Gennaro at 330-307-5639
Our beautiful new gazebo project is complete for now. The sound system, landscaping and some touch up paint will be completed in the spring. These wonderful construction photos are compliments of Denny Wingard. Thank you, Denny!
We have decided to move Lighting of the Green to Thursday, Dec. 1 @ 6:30 pm to allow people to enjoy the championship game without conflicts.  All activities will follow the original time schedule.
Go Cards!
 
 
 
Our First Annual Wine Gala on the Green was a great success!  We raised nearly $18,000 to support our Rotary projects in the community. Thanks to all of those that supported our event in one way or another. 
 
We have been blessed for more than 60 years with the support of businesses and professionals in the community, and because of that support, the Canfield Rotary has made substantial improvements to our community. 
 
This fabulous event featured 5 Ohio wineries, music by the Dickey White Band and Canfield Rotary's own Jazz Trio, attendees were provided with a signature event wine glass, some sampling tickets to get started with the option of purchasing more wine by the sample or by the glass, and a catered dinner by Canfield's own AngeNetta's.  Cut & Toast was there with their mobile cigar truck.  Attendees enjoyed participating in the 50/50, a silent/basket auction, and much, much more.  
 
 
 
This year, with Covid under reasonable control, we will be back on the Green for the Lighting of the Green. We are proud that we were able to do this event virtually in 2020, but seeing Santa in person is much better.
 
This year, Lighting of the Green will be on Friday, December 3, starting at 6:30 PM. The parade and Santa's arrival will start at 7:00 PM. The will be performances at the Canfield Methodist Church by the students from C. H. Campbell and Hilltop starting at 7:30 PM. Santa will greet children at the Township Hall, and there will be carriage rides around the Green. Both the War Vets Museum and the Dispatch Center will be open for tours. Finally, refreshments will be available at the Victorian Tea House.
Craig Olson received Spirit of Canfield AwardThe Regional Chamber of Commerce held its semi-annual Canfield meeting (Good Evening Canfield) and surprised its MC, Craig Olson, with the Spirit of Canfield Award. Instead of the traditional award ceremony, Craig was treated to a roast from several of his close friends, including his own son Kip. Craig has been active in the Chamber of Commerce for years and frequently is the MC of their events because of his humor, good-natured kidding, and respect by his peers in the community. 
The Canfield Rotary Club has, for the fifth year in a row, broken the district record for highest per capita giving to the Annual Fund of the Rotary International Foundation. The club's per capita giving was over $785 for 2020-2021, which is more than three time the next highest club in the district.  Foundation Chair Randy Swartz set a lofty goal of $40,000, and with his hard work and the generosity of our club members, we far exceeded that goal! 
 
 
On Saturday, May 22nd, at Boak and Sons (75 Victoria Road, Youngstown), the Canfield Rotary Club will be conducting a free garage sale. Anyone can stop by and fill a large box with anything that they like from the sale. We have furniture, toys, books, small appliances, electronic devices, and clothes of every type. During this difficult year, we want to do something for the community and the people in need.