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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • James Barr
    May 15
  • Kevin Wallace
    May 17
  • Rita Fletcher
    May 31
Anniversaries:
  • Michael E Camerer
    Robin
    May 10
  • Michael Falese
    Jill Falese
    May 22
Join Date:
  • Valerie L Salmons
    May 3, 1989
    28 years
  • Karen Pearson-Kirkby
    May 9, 2012
    5 years
  • Peg Mueller
    May 9, 2013
    4 years
  • Michael Musson
    May 22, 2008
    9 years
  • Ralph Tovar
    May 22, 1986
    31 years
  • Karolyn Nance
    May 31, 2012
    5 years
 
Club Information

Welcome to our Club!

Bartlett

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
Villa Olivia Country Club
1401 W Lake St
Bartlett, IL  60103
United States
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Home Page Stories
Paula Schumacher announced the National Night Out Blood Drive will be July 29, 2017.  She asked that Rotary be a co-host.
Make-ups:    Matt at Carol Stream May 16th, also Tim Ridenour and Mike Musson interviewed the applicants for the Vocational Scholarship.
Mayor Wallace has asked Kristina Gabrenya to serve on the Village Board.  Her induction will be Tuesday, May 16th.
Donna Weir is selling tickets for the 4th of July Turtle Race. If interested, please contact her. 
We will be able to donate the $16,00 to the Bartlett Parks Foundation as promised. The presentation of the donation  is tentatively scheduled for July 25, 2017 Bartlett Park Board Meeting. 
Join us for our Annual GOLF OUTING and Tailgate Party -
 
Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce Golf Outing - Bartlett Hills Golf Club
Sponsorship Opportunities - June 22, 2017
A Portion of all sponsorships go to the BACC Scholarship Fund
Bartlett Lions 2017 Golf Outing
Thursday, June 1, 2017 at Bartlett Hills Golf Club.
Check in 10:00AM. Shotgun start at 11:00AM
$100.00 per person, includes lunch and steak dinner
Raffles, Betting Holes, and a chance to play Pebble Beach
Contact for the event is Lion John Sias
May 20th is the District Assembly offering training.  Anyone who will be an officer for the next term should try to attend.  Also, it is open to anyone who is interested.  See the attached link: http://rotary6440.org/event/spring-training/
The Lake Zurich Rotary Club is looking for volunteers to help out on May 7, 2017 with their Special Olympics. 
 A motion was made at the April 13, 2017 regular meeting to donate $100 to the Global Arts Festival. JoJo seconded the motion it was approved. 
The Board is still determining the cost for future lunches.  The Board will have an update after the June Board Meeting.  
 
The Lions Club  requested a donation for the golf outing fundraiser.  Ralph made a motion to donate $100 and Bob Mueller seconded the motion.  Motion passed. 
Larry Kanar spoke on the Rotary HealthRays project, which is focused on providing 29 x-ray machines in Guatemala.  10 have been provided to date.  The cost is $75,000 per unit.  The goal is to have some level of participation from all clubs in District 6440. 
Our Rotary Club will be hosting a Dine to Donate Event at Morretti's on Thursday May 25, 2017.  Karolyn will be distributing promotional materials this week for our members to post throughout the community. A flyer must be presented at  the restaurant on the day of the event. A donation of 15% per check (Not including alcohol, gratuity, and or tax) will be donated to the Bartlett Rotary Club.  
 
Flyers will be passed out on Thursday. 
 
If you have any questions, please let Karolyn know.
Karolyn made a motion to donate $200 to Arts in Bartlett to help support their Global Arts Festival. Jojo seconded the motion. Motion was approved. 
Financial Request:  Carol Stream 30th Annual Golf outing, $150 sponsorship.  Motion made by Valerie Salmons, 2nd by James Barr.  Motion passed.
Please welcome our newest member-Paula Schumacher-Village of Bartlett Administrator!!! 
There will be A District Training Assembly at Harper College on May 20, 2017.  Please let Dr. Kris know if you would like to attend. 
 
Anderson Animal Hospital sent a thank you letter for our donation in honor of Debby (Falese) Thoman. 
The March 16, 2017 Random Rotary will be held at Fireside. Please be sure to RSVP with JoJo. 
 
Mike Musson thanked everyone who helped with the Rotary 5000.  Mentioned JoJo, Rita, Kristina and Matt.  We sold 180 tickets and made approximately $12,000.  
Thank you to Elgin Academy Head of School Seth Hanford for his presentation on the Elgin Academy. 
 The Bartlett Rotary Club provided food for over 100 needy families at the Wayne Township Holiday Food Box Project. Thank you to the following volunteers: Gerry Abraham, Ralph Tovar, Mary and Skip McFarland, Alka Amin and her in-laws, Ted and Diane Lewis, Syed Zafar, Kevin Wallace and Mike Musson. 
 
 
 
It's that time of year again!  
 
The Rotary Club will cover the beer tent on Monday 7/3 from 5-8pm.  We will need 15-18 people in the beer tent total. (No need for ticket booth this year, as the fest committee has  group covering the whole weekend!)
 
Please let Karolyn know if you are interested.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The 2017 District Conference is scheduled for the weekend of April 27, 2017 through April 30, 2017 at the Lincolnshire Marriott. If you are planning on attending, please let Kris know. 
 
 
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