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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Glenview - Founded March 26, 1945!

Welcome to our Club!

Glenview

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:15 PM
Hackney's on Lake
1514 East Lake Ave.
Glenview, IL  60025
United States
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Welcome to our Rotary Club!

As President of the Rotary Club of Glenview, it is my privilage and honor to welcome you to our web site and extend a personal invitation for you to visit our weekly meetings - held every Tuesday from 12:15pm to 1:30pm at the Hackney's Restaurant on Lake, just East of the intersection of Lake and Waukegan. Our meetings are filled with friendship, fun and educational Guest Speakers!   

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Our Club has been a vital part of the Gleview community for over sixty years - and we invite you to join us for lunch to learn more about us and how you could get involved as a future Rotarian!

Chuck Balling

President 

 
 
 

1. Define our club vision, values and priorities by reaching out and listening to our members

2. Make all members feel special and proud to be a Rotarian

3. Focus on camaraderie, quality programs and great food at weekly meetings - this will drive our membership program and goal of adding at least three new members 

4. Better recognize "above and beyond" service to others

5. Raise over $3,000 and support causes that help those in need 

 

 
 
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