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We meet In Person & Online
Thursdays at 7:30 AM
Village Inn Family Restaurant
11713 East Main Street
Huntley, IL 60142
United States of America
(858) 876-8279
Currently meeting in person and virtually the FIRST & THIRD WEEKS. To join our virtual meetings contact HuntleyRotary@yahoo.com. Check our website for updates, service projects and socials.
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Club Meetings
Board of Directors meeting
Jan 26, 2023 12:00 PM
remote location
Christmas Party
Jan 28, 2023 5:30 PM
remote location
Feb 02, 2023 7:30 AM
Eric Blaser
Feb 16, 2023 7:30 AM
Home Fire Safety
Board of Directors meeting
Feb 23, 2023 12:00 PM
Remote Location
Habitat for Humanity
Mar 02, 2023
Update from Lance Dailey
Club Assembly
Mar 09, 2023
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Board of Directors meeting
Mar 23, 2023 12:00 PM
Huntley Area Public Library
Social TBD
Mar 30, 2023 5:30 PM
Mission Statement

"Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change - across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves"

$1,500 Vocational Scholarship
Huntley, Ill. The Rotary Club of Huntley invites local students pursuing vocational or trade careers and working toward an associate degree, diploma or certificate to apply for $1,500 Career and Technical Education scholarships.   Rotary encourages education and will grant 15 scholarships this spring to students living in Chicago’s north, northwest and many western suburbs.
Career examples are auto mechanics, administrative assistants, heating/ventilating/air conditioning tech., computer tech., paralegal, pharmacy tech., human services, law enforcement, elder care and many other fields.
Candidates must be sponsored by their local Rotary club and show good high school grades in relevant subjects, work experience in their chosen field, volunteer work in their chosen field, good extracurricular activities, character recommendations and more.  Huntley Rotary will screen applicants and sponsor one or two students each to the suburban Rotary selection committee.  That committee will interview and screen applicants further to help determine the vocational scholarship winners.
Information and the application form are at https://rotary6440.org/sitepage/vocational-service.  Students must submit their application to their local Rotary club by March 1 at Post Office Box 323, Huntley, Illinois 60142 or HuntleyRotary@yahoo.com.
Ceremony will be noon, December 17, 2022 at Huntley Cemetery.
After the ceremony, join a leader to lay a wreath on the marker for a veteran.
Thank you to our Sponsors:
Rookies All-American Gril
Hampton Inn
DeFiore Funeral and Cremation Center 
Huntington Learning Center 
American Community Bank
Digital Origin Solutions
Hope you had
a Terrific Time.


Huntley Rotarians delivered new warm winter jackets  to Grafton Food Pantry.  Sizes L to XXL per request from pantry for gifts for Christmas,

From left:  Jim Uszler, Huntley Rotary president, Pantry Manager Gloria Newman, Rotarians Denise Pitcher, Tetyana Torzhevska, Karen Hutchings, Jim Drendel and Pantry Manager Sandy Domek.

Everyone likes to help cute little children and donate gifts and clothing to them, but what about their parents? 
Pantry managers soon realized the mothers stopping in needed jackets, and the pantry did not have enough adult sizes to cover the need. The pantry asked Rotary to help them provide jackets in larger sizes this year so November 17th, members of the Rotary Club of Huntley delivered racks of jackets to the Pantry for Christmas gifts to adults, along with knit hats for each.
Save the date and sign up for your
Elf hat and T-shirt with QR code
A wreath on every veteran's grave is the goal of Wreaths Across America, You can purchase a wreath to be placed at Huntley cemetery, St. Mary's Cemetery, Coral, Union, or Hampshire cemeteries. Last year over 3,000 cemeteries across America participated in Wreaths Across America. Join us for the 12:00 pm ceremony at Huntley Cemetery, Join a Cemetery leader to place a wreath on a veterans grave.  You will be helping a veteran who helped all of us.
About 2,000 lb. of electronics were collected at our initial BlueStar event to provide a service to our      community while helping BlueStar hire people with disabilities such as autism. 
Thank you Huntley!
Fees charged for TV's, radios, vacuum cleaners, etc. and FREE for Computers & Cellphones  
Running of the Elves Sponsors
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Club Executives & Directors
Immediate Past President
Sergeant at Arms
Foundation Chair
Grants Chair
Membership Chair
Club Public Image Chair
Vocational Service
Community Service Chair
Youth Service
Youth Service
Social Media Coordinator
Club Historian
International Service
Virtual Meeting Coordinator
Environmental Service Chair
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