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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • James Barr
    May 15
  • Kevin Wallace
    May 17
  • Rita Fletcher
    May 31
  • Michael Falese
    Jill Falese
    May 22
Join Date:
  • Valerie L Salmons
    May 3, 1989
    35 years
  • Peg Mueller
    May 9, 2013
    11 years
  • Brad Sullivan
    May 11, 2023
    1 year
  • Michael Musson
    May 22, 2008
    16 years
  • Bill Gabrenya
    May 28, 2020
    4 years
  • Karolyn Nance
    May 31, 2012
    12 years
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Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 12:15 PM
Villa Olivia Country Club
1401 W Lake St
Bartlett, IL 60103
United States of America
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Our regular meeting is at 12:15 at Villa Olivia.  The first meeting of each month this the Rotary Board Meeting held at 11:00 am also at Villa Olivia.  **
Thanks to those members that volunteered to assist at the Bartlett Public Library for Literacy Night on February 8
Retro rocking at the 50's/60's dance on February 24th was a good time!  Thanks to Stephanie and Ray for putting together a fun night.  
A special CPR class is being offered by the Bartlett Police Department to Rotary Members on March 13 from 5-8 pm at the Police Department training room.  Join fellow Rotarians to learn this life saving skill.  Please considering signing-up below: 


Rotary International Goals for the Upcoming Year

Gordon McInally, member of the Rotary Club of South Queensferry, Lothian, Scotland, will begin his one-year term as president of Rotary International on 1 July 2023. 

During his term, McInally will focus on steering the global membership service organization with an emphasis on mental health, recognizing its critical role in community well-being worldwide. McInally aims to create a culture that understands and supports mental health, while working to reduce stigma, increase awareness, and improve access to mental health services. With 1.4 million members in 200 countries and regions, Rotary will continue to actively address mental health as part of its ongoing efforts to tackle the world’s most pressing challenges.

“Mental health has often been a less talked-about aspect of wellness. However, in a world grappling with various challenges, it is imperative that we bring mental health to the forefront. Rotary, with its widespread network, has the capacity to foster dialogue and support,” said McInally. “By emphasizing mental health, we can make a considerable difference in communities around the world. This is about nurturing humanity for a better tomorrow.” 

More about the goals of the new RI President can be found in the link below.  His three priorities for the year are mental health, peacebuilding through virtual exchanges, and empowering girls.  Here is a link to it on the RI website

Chicago will host the 2030 Rotary International Convention in 2030! 
“We’re thrilled to announce today, on the anniversary of the first Rotary club meeting in 1905, that Chicago will once again host Rotary’s biggest gathering,” said the chair of Rotary’s Chicago Bid Team, Lyle Staab. “We can’t wait to show our visitors all Chicago has to offer.  We’re determined to deliver a memorable experience for the participants, and to make a difference in Chicagoland through the event.”
Rotary members and participants from around the world will gather in Chicago to connect, learn from each other and various experts, and share ideas for bringing positive, lasting change to communities across the globe. The annual Rotary convention was last held in Chicago in 2005 and was attended by approximately 40,000 participants.
 “What started with the vision of one person, our founder Chicago attorney Paul Harris, to gather professionals with diverse backgrounds to exchange ideas, form meaningful, lifelong friendships and give back to their communities – quickly grew to become a global movement,” said Rotary International President Jennifer Jones. “As the birthplace of the world’s first service organization, Chicago is the ideal location for our members and participants to reflect upon and celebrate our successes, and plan for the next 125 years and beyond to improve lives and strengthen communities around the world.”
Healthier lives ahead for South Pacific children

Rotary’s Give Every Child a Future program vaccinates 100,000 young people

At convention find breakouts tailored to you

Take away bold ideas about how to improve your club experience, your community, and the world from breakout sessions at the Rotary convention in Singapore.

A labor of love

Supported by a Rotary Programs of Scale award, an initiative in Nigeria seeks to remedy the country’s high instances of maternal death

Heat is on for urban planners

As temperatures rise, cities transform heat islands with tree cover, “cool pavement,” and other adaptations.

Food of the future

Breadfruit, a starchy fruit long a staple in the tropics, is attracting new interest globally as farmers and scientists search for crops that are hardier while still nutrient dense.