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11220 Algonquin Road
Huntley, IL  60142
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Nominate A Community All Star
On the 20th Anniversary of the Rotary Club of Huntley the public is 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 5:00pm on December 31, 2019. These awards will be presented at the 20th Anniversary Dinner in April. Click here to make your nomination:

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.
Sending a big shout out to four Huntley High School students with outstanding community service.  These Red Raider seniors embody the true spirit of Service Above Self with a combined total of 2,240 hours of service.  Pictured from the left:  Rutva Bhatt - 900 hours, Nicolas Reese - 600 hours, Jim Uszler - club president, Jonathan Lee - 350 hours, and Marissa Vasques - 390 hours. 
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!
To never know hunger is a blessing. To be able to help someone who knows hunger is an even greater blessing.  The Rotary Club of Huntley would like to thank all those who donated to our Lock Out Hunger campaign that benefited the people served by the Grafton Food Pantry.  We would also like to thank all the organizations that helped us facilitate the collection.
Rise and Shine Campers!  Once again our club members were up early to prepare pancakes at this local event.  We love seeing the all the messy hair and glazed over eyes turn into laughter and smiles as the campers eat their breakfast.
Its hard to believe that Polio is still a disease that needs to fought against. While the US has not seen any cases of the disease in many years, there are are still parts of the world where Polio is a threat. The Huntley Rotary club is proud to join with Rotary International to help stop Polio This year our club displayed a real Iron Lung at the Huntley Fall Fest as part of our clubs ongoing effort to eradicate the disease. As a whole, Rotary International made nearly $100 million grants to support the global effort. 
Members Ken Black and Karen Hutchings volunteered at the Battle of the Books held at Martin Elementary School. The battle quizzes students about their knowledge of books they have been reading through the school year. The Rotary Club helps to sponsor the books purchased for the program.
The Huntley Club donated $1,000 to the Huntley Area Public Library to support Tumblebooks, an online literacy tool for students. Library Director Frank Novak was present to receive the check and give an update on the library.
Huntley Club Members again sponsored the Battle of the Books Literacy Project at Conley Elementary School. For the third year running the Huntley and Lake in the Hills Rotary Clubs have shared the cost of the program to provide new materials for students. Both clubs will participate in the "battle" in the spring.
The club greeted hungry campers on Saturday, September 9 with a hearty pancake breakfast. This annual event is fun for club members, gives us a way to participate in a local event, and provides a few dollars for our coffers. 
The Huntley Club is excited to welcome our new Foreign Exchange Student, Hana from Japan! Her host family was on hand to greet her at the airport when she arrived. Welcome, Hana! We're glad you're here!
The Huntley Rotary Club past president, Karen Hutchings purchased a tree and donated it for planting at Little Journey Preschool. During Huntley's annual Green & Clean Day, Little Journey was selected as the recipient of the tree donation as part of a new Rotary International initiative.
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"Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change - across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves"

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