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Welcome to our Club!

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
Jimmy's Charhouse
1180 W. Devon Avenue
Northeast Corner of Rohlwing & Devon
Elk Grove Village, IL  60007
United States
Home Page Stories
Russ Stock is added as the newest member to the club.
Welcome Russ!
Pictured - Beth Mund, special guest and junior Rotarian Josiah Naumann and the International Space station
Beth Mund spoke about her time at Space Camp and working for NASA. She talked about what she had learned and how that has impacted her.
She also talked about the Shuttle program, the international Space Station, and Space-X.
Very cool! Her talk was way out there (a little space humor). Thanks Beth.
To close out our year, Deputy Chief Lance Harris met with and spoke on the state of the Department. Deputy Chief Harris shared the nature and challenges faced by the department, as well as changes and improvements helping the community and saving money! The new plans for Firehouse construction and consolidation were shared with the club. Thanks to Lance for a great presentation!
The Mead Interact club buys presents for their giving tree. The club raises the money through projects they run at the school.
Great job guys!
Kate Bousum, Director of Advancement for Child’s Voice spoke about the amazing services Child’s Voice provides to empower children with hearing loss Since 1996, Child’s Voice has provided the services necessary to give children with hearing loss the tools they need to succeed in a hearing world. Founded by three families who wanted more for their children, Child’s Voice was created to be a school where children could learn to listen and verbally communicate. To learn more visit childsvoice.org.
What an informative and fun meeting!  Guest guest speaker Martin Konsor (r) shared tips on buying a car. He has been helping people buy cars since he was 12 years old. Tips included buying a car out of state, not negotiating and “leaving with purpose”. Club President Steve Pickett thanked Martin for joining us.
Club President Steve Pickett thanked Nick Olsen, Deputy Chief of the Elk Grove Police Department for giving his Know Your Rotarian presentation. Deputy Chief Olson shared his journey from the police academy to his current position on the force and answered several questions from the audience. Thank you, Deputy Chief Olsen, for keeping Elk Grove Village a safe place to live, work and play!
Elk Grove Rotary President Bill Beaupre
Jul 05, 2018
Year in Review
Father Fred Pesek
Jul 12, 2018
Update on The Queen of The Rosary Church and School
Arnold Randell
Jul 19, 2018
General Superintendent Forest Preserve Of Cook County
Jesse Petermen
Jul 26, 2018
Know Your Rotarian
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