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Welcome everyone who likes helping others

We meet In Person & Online
Thursdays at 7:30 AM
Pinecrest Golf Club
11220 Algonquin Road
Huntley, IL 60142
United States of America
Phone:
(858) 876-8279
In-person meetings will be 1st and 3rd Thursdays. To join our virtual meetings contact HuntleyRotary@yahoo.com.
Club Meetings
Alice Benedict
Aug 06, 2020 7:30 AM
History, vocation and fun - bio
DG Lyle Staab
Aug 12, 2020 6:30 PM
Board Meeting off site
District 6440 Governor Lyle Staab
Aug 13, 2020 7:30 AM
District opportunities for each member & discussions
Goal Setting and Motivation
Aug 20, 2020 7:30 AM
Jenna Davila is with Northwest Medicine
Social Visit at Pub 47
Aug 27, 2020 5:30 PM
Fun and service
Col. Baggio, JROTC
Sep 03, 2020 7:30 AM
Opportunities
Chief Porter - Huntley Police Department
Sep 17, 2020 7:30 AM
Talk about friendly, supportive officers who protect our Village
What opportunity is waiting for you?
People of Action
 
DG Lyle Staab installed
Tetyana Torzhevska
and her board of directors 7-16-2020 for the 2020-2021 Rotary year. A Delightful evening at Casa Rubi-os Mexican Kitchen with hopes and goals for a wonderful year. The national anthem was played by Sofiya Kyrylyuk-Catron along with other selections.  Inspiring.
Bob Gajewski, with Edward Jones Financial Advisors, is planning to move his offices to the Huntley area. He is presently located in Crystal Lake at 650 E Terra Cotta Suite 107.  Bob learned about the District 158 Incubator program at one of our last in-person Rotary breakfast meetings prior to Covid-19, where he volunteered to work with Jack Towne's class with a Zoom 30 minute presentation of Sales & Marketing.  Originally from Schaumburg, Bob has enjoyed Huntley for 17 years and is married with 6 children.  We are excited to welcome Bob to the opportunities of Rotary.
 
 
HUNTLEY HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS - $3,000
Six seniors were each awarded $500 scholarships from the Rotary Club of Huntley. Parents, along with their students attended a virtual zoom meeting to talk about dreams and goals for this summer, their advanced education and how they have contributed to our community.
 
Julianna Ghanayem, volunteered at NW Community Hospital to learn about the medical field since prior to her freshman year she was inspired by many doctors and care givers. She attended the Medical Academy and Police Academy and worked 15+ hours a week at Woodman’s for the last two years. Other volunteering included Habitat for Humanity since 2016 and Grafton Food Pantry. She plans to be a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, beginning her studies at Carroll University, Waukesha, WI this fall.
 
Hadley Giovacchini’s interest in medicine began with a biology class where she was fascinated on why and how the body works. She attended HHS Medical Academy, National Student Leadership Conference at NW University, and received CNA certification for service at Crystal Pines Rehabilitation. She also helped at Heritage Woods, worked with Peer jury and Dream Riders and was employed at Tom’s Market. Hadley will attend Wisconsin Lutheran College, Milwaukee, WI for pre-med/ bio-chemistry and Spanish to learn how to treat and prevent illnesses.
 
Samantha Martel will study to be an ER doctor or surgeon in Pre-med/Neuroscience at the University of Alabama in Birmingham. She attended Medical Academy with youth residency at NW-Huntley and was on the board for Buddies Club and VP of National Honors Society. For three years Sammy has had the same “little” at Big Brothers Big Sisters and she had the most volunteer hours in her graduating class which included Huntley Park District, Heritage Woods, Horizon Camp, Advocate Sherman and classroom assistance.
 
Victoria Smolen plans to study computer science and Spanish at DePaul University in Chicago . She enjoys theatre, having volunteered 500 hours at HHS theater, plus helped at Heritage Woods, Huntley Park District, Horizon Camp, Advocate Sherman and in classrooms. She was in IHSA theater at IL State, was in GEMS (girls in engineering) plus participated in NHS, yearbook and speech team. Tori designed an App for seniors for Huntley Fire Department, which Apple is expected to approve soon.
 
Heather Strait will train at McHenry County College to be a Vision Itinerate Certified Teacher to ensure children are able to fully meet their potential within their educational setting. She has worked with two “littles” at Big Brothers Big Sisters for two years while being employed at Alden Nursing Home, working 3 to 4 days a week in 8 hour shifts, averaging 32 hours a week.
 
Maryam Syed enjoys Biology which sparked an interest on her first day in class and changed her career path from being a teacher. “It struck me that the true value of biology is that it’s a lens through which healthcare professionals can understand and assist patients by listening to their concerns and correctly diagnosing medical conditions.”. She plans to study at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI as a physician assistant. She is secretary of Future Business Leaders of America, competes in Broadcast journalism, participated in Summer leadership conference plus volunteers at Grafton Food pantry, tutors in middle school, at her mosque and the Huntley Area Public Library.
 
Rotary Club of Huntley raises funds for civic support, including scholarships through the annual Memorial Day Carnival (when we don’t have a pandemic) “Huntley’s Got Talent” variety show and the Fresh Sweet Corn booth at Rockin’ Ribfest. You are invited to visit us for programs, leadership opportunities, breakfasts at Pinecrest, socials at local attractions, virtual meetings and opportunities to give service. Contact Jim for information.
Dr. Elizabeth Eyles-Lagerhausen who recently opened her Lake in the Hills Family Chiropractic office on Algonquin Road and Alice Benedict, Data Operations Manager of American Veterinarian Medical Association were installed in the Rotary Club of Huntley today.  Everyone is pleased and excited to join in service projects and learning opportunities together.  
Jazz, opera, classics, skits and magic acts excited the audience along with Irish dancers, hip hop and comedy.  Huntley's Got Talent Community Variety Show was a colorful and convenient way to see good local talent while supporting scholarships for Huntley High School students.  Thanks Huntley for an entertaining evening.  Look for us again next January!
Salvation Army annual support from Rotarians in Huntley and this year we were at Woodfield Mall as well as Drendel Corners on Route 47 Huntley.  Such a good feeling to help others and people in the community gave good support.
 
 
Nominate A Community All Star
 
For the 20th Anniversary of the Rotary Club of Huntley you are invited to nominate someone who lives or works in Huntley for a Community All Star Award. There are many deserving people in our community who help others, make an outstanding contribution to their organization, or put in extra effort to make a difference. Nominations must be received by February 29, 2020. These awards will be presented at the 20th Anniversary Dinner in April. Click here to make your nomination: https://form.jotform.com/92845016580156


 
Rotary International's President Mark Maloney spoke to the youth exchange students at Calvin College in Grand Rapids this July.  Rotary Clubs of Huntley and Fox Valley Sunset hosted Farah from Indonesia this past school year and Mady has left for Croatia to study and enjoy meeting new people until spring of 2020.  They joined students from 19 districts to learn, share and enjoy new friendships.  Short and long term exchanges for high school students are available along with RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Award) weekend scholarships, starting this fall. Check with your school or Rotary.
Education is a gift that keeps on giving.  The Huntley Rotary Club is thrilled to be able to partner with other local Rotary clubs to sponsor and help inspire the future leaders of the world.  Our club's inbound and outbound students presented to our club this week - WOW!  Looking forward to seeing all the great things they will accomplish!
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