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1120 Devon Ave
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
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The Rotary District 6440 Governor Kevin Stevens stopped by the clubs lunch to discuss every thing Rotary.  Governor Kevin was excited to inform the club about many things including this years theme, "Serve to Change Lives".  This is a simple but powerful message that really fits what Rotary is all about.  The volunteers that make up Rotary not only change others lives by serving but also change their own lives.  He also wanted to stress that this is an International organization made up local clubs made up of volunteers.  The Governor was very impressed with our club for a number of reasons especially the commitment we show to the Rotary Foundation year after year.  Elk Grove Rotary Club is one of the few clubs that is 100% Paul Harris Fellows.
President Bill Beaupre presents the Walk Event Manager Samantha Schreiber with a donation to support the Make a Wish Walk.  The walk will take place on October 17 in Busse Woods as a fund raiser for the Make a Wish Foundation.  The Club has supported Make a Wish for many years and appreciates everything the organization does to helping children.  Make a Wish grants incredible Wishes to critically Ill children in hopes of raising their spirits and brightening their day with an ultimate goal of seeing a path to recovery.  illinois.wish.org
Margaret Larco, Trauma Coordinator with AMITA Health in Elk Grove Village is pictured above with Elk Grove Rotary President Bill Beaupre.  Margaret came to a recent lunch to inform the club about a current campaign "Stop the Bleed".  Margaret wants to make people aware of how important the ability to react quickly and stop gushing bleeds which will ultimately save lives.  Margaret demonstrated the proper way to use a tourniquet but also stressed that many things can be used as a tourniquet like a simple belt.
Elk Grove Rotary Club had a School Supply Drive for back to school supplies.  The Drive took place on July 24th 2021 and had locations on the east side and west side of Elk Grove Village.  Special Thanks to Rotarians Amie Granger for organizing and Deb Nelson and Rosanna DeFrenza for watching over the two locations.  The supplies will help many local families in the local school districts.
Elk Grove Mayor Craig Johnson congratulates the Rotary club on a record breaking Rotaryfest. Many thanks to the Village, Park District, High School, and volunteers who contributed to our success. We have begun planning for 2022 and are looking forward to another great year. 
Jesse Peterman installs New President Bill Beaupre at the Thursday Lunch meeting for the Elk Grove Village Rotary Club.  Bill has been a Rotarian for 25 years and this is his fourth time serving the club as President.
At today's lunch meeting, we heard from Pete Zwolfer who is involved with FAIR (Families and Adolescents in Recovery).  He spoke about all of the amazing work that the organization does to help families in our community. He was also able to share a personal story of how his family has benefited from the great work that FAIR does.  The Rotary Club of Elk Grove Village is proud to support FAIR again this year. To learn more about FAIR visit http://www.thefairfoundation.org/index.html
Donna Gulley
Sep 23, 2021 12:15 PM
Update on Shelter Box
Kate Bousum Director of Advancement
Oct 21, 2021
Childs Voice
Barb Gorsky
Nov 04, 2021
Streets of Elk Grove
Ben Grey
Nov 11, 2021
Paul Harris Club Celebration
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