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Welcome to our Club!

We meet Thursdays at 12:15 PM
Jimmy's Charhouse text
1180 W. Devon Avenue
Northeast Corner of Rohlwing & Devon
Elk Grove Village, IL  60007
United States
 
Home Page Stories
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!
Vocational Chair Jesse Peterman presents Mary Cronin and Keeley Cronin with Elk Grove Rotary Scholarships. Mary and Keeley were unable to attend our Scholarship Awards Dinner earlier this year. Each year we award over $10,000 in scholarships to graduating high school seniors who are advancing their education in technical school, junior college, college, or university study. The scholarships are awarded based on community service, academic success, essay content, references, and interview results. 
Last Thursday we celebrated the installation of the 2017/2018 Elk Grove Rotary Club President Steve Pickett. Outgoing President Kitty Weiner presented Steve with the portrait of Rotary Club founder Paul Harris. A long-time tradition, the Club President hangs the portrait in a place of honor in their home or office during their term. We​​​​​​ are looking forward to a great year with Steve at the helm. 
On behalf of all Elk Grove Rotarians Bill Marston thanks 2016/2017 Club President Kitty Weiner for her leadership over the last year. It was a great year!
 
Elk Grove Rotary Club would like to thank everyone for supporting the 2017 Rotary Fest.  Once again it was a huge success because of the support of our community and everyone who attended or volunteered.
 
 
 
 
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