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Anniversaries:
  • Robert J Krupp
    Jill
    April 30
Join Date:
  • Matt Mittal
    April 26, 2012
    9 years
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Welcome to our Club!
Bartlett

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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NEXT MEETING INFORMATION
NO MEETING APRIL 1 - JUST FOOD PANTRY DISTRIBUTION 10:30 AM-1:30 PM
We are back at Villa Olivia ! 
As vaccinations and room capacity are both on the rise, the board has decided to do in person only.
Thank you to Suzie and Mike Musson for connecting our zoomers this past year. 
 
UPDATE FROM THE LAST MEETING
The Rotary 5000 will be a hybrid event on May 7 at Bartlett Hills.  We will have a special host for the attendees over zoom and they will be able to pick up dinner curbside and will have a special cocktail kit for the "zoomers" as well.  Those attending in the room will have the same meal, fitting our Marti Gras theme.  Of course the main event, our major fundraiser raffle is the star of the night.  $100.00 ticket for a chance at up to $5,000.  Tickets sales made this year with the flyer or on line. "loser" prizes are also part of the mix, and you can find your prize partner on the sidebar or ask Paula.  See the Rotary 5,000 event flyer for all the information. We always need hands on the night of so  Contact Suzie if you would like to help out on this event.  Raffle tickets are available from Paula or Suzie.  

Grants Committee – Ralph and Karolyn are working on a district image grant.   
 
March 11 - program topic "PTSD- Support over Stigma" - The club decided to donate $100.00 to this cause.  

OTHER EVENTS COMING UP
 
April 1 - Service Opportunity - Wayne Township Food Pantry distribution 10:30 to 1:30. 
April 8 - National Library Week presentation
April 11 - Musical Bingo FUN raiser at Bartlett Hills 6-8 pm.  - sign up with Paula by April 1. 
 

CLOCK UPDATE - LOOKING FORWARD TO A  DEDICATION ON APRIL 15! - Time TBD.

 

April 11, 2021
6pm-8pm
 
Join Bartlett Rotary Club at Bartlett Hills for a fun night
$12.50/per or 25.00/couple  includes :  music bingo (tunes from the 50’s and 60’s), prizes, appetizer buffet, two drink tickets
Must register by April 1.  To sign up, email Paula at pschumacher@vbartlett.org
 
Due to Covid attendance is limited to 50
 
 
 
 
The 40th Anniversary Committee met last week and discussed a variety of ways to mark out club's 40 years of service and fellowship.  To recognize our commitment to service we are planning 40 weeks of kindness and services starting on October 1 going to July 8.  Each week members can report out their activity and if they forget, no worries an extra $1.00 in the pan buys you a pass for the week.  In July we are recognizing the fellowship and social aspect of our club and are planning an Anniversary Dinner for July 2021.  
The flyer with the details about 40 weeks of kindness and service is on the website if you want to download a reminder.
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