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Thanks to Adam Keppel for sitting our booth at the "Everything EXPO" this past Saturday.  We shared a booth with our friends at the Rotary Club of Lake Zurich.
After all, we're either already there - in the 55+ cohort - or on the way. 
Susan Dillon, Director of Adult & Senior Services for Ela Township, enthusiastically exposed us to the programs offered to "Seniors" through the township that most of us live in. Emphasizing the social side of providing activities and support services she described the many programs she oversees, including travel, exercise, meals, counseling, and topical presentations. There's something for everyone, if not now at some time in the future. This is a service that we as Rotarians should be aware of and supporting.
Consider subscribing to their informational, periodic school of events.
Dear Friends.
Thank you, on behalf of the patients and families we serve, for your generous contribution of $500 to "Be The Match".  Your gift saves lives.
Right now, thousands of patients with blood cancers like leukemia and lymphoma are in need of life saving marrow or cord blood transplant.  But many patients may face barriers that could keep them from getting the transplant they need.  Your financial gift will help more patients than ever to afford transplant, find a matching donor and have a successful transplant outcome.
Patients count of your support when they need it the most.  We thank you for your passion and dedication to saving lives.
Joy King
Executive Director

Christmas Holiday Roundup

1,048 Red Kettles throughout Chicagoland
$3,444,192 donations raised
2,974 volunteer bell ringers.

That’s a total of 116,024 hours ringing bells!


Thanks again to those Club members that volunteered as Salvation Army Bell Ringers this past Holiday Season.


.. that there is a lot to learn about Robert Mintz's latest hobby. 
Robert educated us about the history and what goes into a premier bourbon whiskey including why it's called that and what it's like to use it as perfume. Actually, we now know how to smell the alcohol, the corn, and the rye when presented with a fine bourbon.
That was great, Robert. We hope you don't merge that with your other hobbies of skiing, driving, and golf. And next time - more samples.
Ryan Birch had scheduled Joe Clancy, Franklin Templeton Investments, to speak when the recent stock market kerfuffle wasn't even on the horizon. Or, was it? 
It was informative to hear Joe expound on related issues and to field informed questions from our own experts.
Thanks, Joe, and thanks, Ryan.
Thanks to our Little Free Library librarian, Marilyn Dopler, for checking all three LFLs and adding some more books to the mix.  Thanks also to Sara Knight for donating more books.  Marilyn was surprised to see a "Thank You" note from one of our young patrons at the LFL at the YMCA in Lake Zurich.
Club Meeting Info

We meet Tuesdays at 7:15 AM
Joanie's Pizzeria
235 Robert Parker Coffin Rd
(Mill Pond Way)
Long Grove, IL  60047
United States

(847) 920-7254
Venue Map
Dan Hotchkin (Knight)
Mar 20, 2018
PGA from Palatine Hills Golf Course, Invocation(Knight),F&F(Michael),RM(Mintz)
TBD (Michael)
Mar 27, 2018
TBD, Invocation(Michael),F&F(Mintz),RM(Cardelli)
Ken & Jane Wittig (Dorner)
Apr 03, 2018
Teasel and Efforts to Eradicate It In Long Grove
TBD (Staab)
Apr 10, 2018
TBD, Invocation(Staab),F&F(Staab),RM(Vallely)
Jill Keenon (Cardelli)
Apr 17, 2018
Brain Health, Invocation(Staab),F&F(Vallely),RM(Bailey)
TBD (Vallely)
Apr 24, 2018
TBD, Invocation(Vallely),F&F(Birch),RM(Biciste)
Club Leadership
President Elect
Immediate Past President
Membership Chairperson
Public Image
Web Site Coordinator
Community Service
Youth Service Chair
Youth Exchange Officer
Club Service
Program Chair
Bulletin Editor
Heritage Race Director
International Service
Vocational Service
Literacy Chair
Director at Large
Foundation Treasurer
End Polio Now
RI Foundation Chair
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