What's Happening?
The RCLGKHW will be sponsoring the Hawthorn Woods Concert Series from 6:30-8:00 pm on:
 
June 10th - Big D and the Nomads (Classic and Southern Rock)
July 15th - The Noise (Modern & Classic Rock/Motown/Soul)
August 12th - Bossydog (Rock and Country)
 
In addition, we are sponsoring the Movie after the concert on July 15th.  Encanto will be playing at 8:30pm - come see a movie amongst the stars!
 
Bring your lawn chair or blanket and head on out to the Hawthorn Woods Community Park (35 N Old McHenry Road) with your friends and family for a free evening of entertainment!  Stop by our booth and say Hello!
Join us Saturday July 16th, 2022 at the Quentin Collection for Electronics Recycling Event!
Our club is working with Blue Star Recycling to save electronics waste from the landfills and recycle it while providing jobs for some disAbled persons.  We will be in the parking lot of the Quentin Collection (20771 N Rand Road, Kildeer, IL) on May 7th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. 
 
A Unique, Timely opportunity to raise funds for polio eradication!
 
Rotarian Flavors of the World Cookbook
Restaurants are closed due to the pandemic, keeping patriots away.  Cooking at home is now a daily routine performed by many.  What better way to help them enjoy this experience than by making available a cookbook featuring recipes from over 100 countries!
 
400 Gourmet Recipes by Rotarians.
 
Appetizers and Beverages,
Soups and salads
Vegetables and Side Dishes
Main Dishes
Desserts
Ten Minute Meals
 
Pandemic Special!
Now for a limited time only: $10.00 per cookbook.
We have only 10 cases left or a total of 360 books, available on a first come basis.
Clubs or individuals that purchase a case of 36 books can save $ at only $10.00/book. Total cost : $360.00 + $35.00 S+H = $395.00
Clubs are requested to make a donation to polio. Questions: call PDG Bill at: 847-302-6310.
 
Send order with check to: Rotarian Flavors of the World Cookbook
                                         P O Box 6099,
                                         Buffalo Grove, IL 60089.
Erik Elsea fulfilled a childhood dream when he paddled his canoe the length of the Mississippi River, from its (alleged) headwaters in Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico. Along the way, he spoke at and was supported by many Rotary Clubs as he spread the word about Shelterbox. Like Ross, he is one of the top fundraising ambassadors for the Shelterbox.  You can watch his presentation here:
 
Our Club is continuing its efforts to eliminate invasive plants in our area. Teasel is the tall (3 to 8 foot) "thistle" with white or purple blooms that shoots up along roadsides and vacant lots. Teasel reproduces without opposition, tending to crowd out desired plants and creating "visual blight".
 
The result of unhindered teasel may be observed along side Route 53 as you exit on the way to Lake-Cook Road.
 
We'll be ZOOMin' again on Tuesday with the link previously published.
 
The program will be a rerun of last year's bizarre presentation at Joanie's when the laptop would NOT project the slides, and the presenter (me) had egg on his face. I've wiped it off and can guarantee interesting photos and tidbits about the history of Kildeer, especially along Long Grove Road. Some extra, Ela Township, items will be included.
 
I have invited a number of Kildeer folks, some ex-members and friends. You may also invite folks by forwarding the email with the link that Lyle or Greg sent.
 
If you are a member reading this, check your emails for more. Or, email me at: george@dorners.net
 
George Dorner 
The Rotary Club of Long Grove, Kildeer, and Hawthorn Woods will be holding a blood drive on Saturday, February 29th, from 9 AM to 2 PM.  The drive is part of the "Everything Expo" being sponsored by the Lake Zurich Area Chamber of Commerce.  The event will be held at Concorde Banquets in Kildeer.  Donors may register at www.vitalent.org.  Please search on the date of the event to sign up.
 
 
 
Thanks to Bill Ferreira for donating books for our Little Free Libraries in the community and to Marilyn Dopler for continuing to be our librarian and restocking them.
 
What's Happening?
The RCLGKHW will be sponsoring the Hawthorn Woods Concert Series from 6:30-8:00 pm on:
 
June 10th - Big D and the Nomads (Classic and Southern Rock)
July 15th - The Noise (Modern & Classic Rock/Motown/Soul)
August 12th - Bossydog (Rock and Country)
 
In addition, we are sponsoring the Movie after the concert on July 15th.  Encanto will be playing at 8:30pm - come see a movie amongst the stars!
 
Bring your lawn chair or blanket and head on out to the Hawthorn Woods Community Park (35 N Old McHenry Road) with your friends and family for a free evening of entertainment!  Stop by our booth and say Hello!
Join us Saturday July 16th, 2022 at the Quentin Collection for Electronics Recycling Event!
Our club is working with Blue Star Recycling to save electronics waste from the landfills and recycle it while providing jobs for some disAbled persons.  We will be in the parking lot of the Quentin Collection (20771 N Rand Road, Kildeer, IL) on May 7th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. 
 
A Unique, Timely opportunity to raise funds for polio eradication!
 
Rotarian Flavors of the World Cookbook
Restaurants are closed due to the pandemic, keeping patriots away.  Cooking at home is now a daily routine performed by many.  What better way to help them enjoy this experience than by making available a cookbook featuring recipes from over 100 countries!
 
400 Gourmet Recipes by Rotarians.
 
Appetizers and Beverages,
Soups and salads
Vegetables and Side Dishes
Main Dishes
Desserts
Ten Minute Meals
 
Pandemic Special!
Now for a limited time only: $10.00 per cookbook.
We have only 10 cases left or a total of 360 books, available on a first come basis.
Clubs or individuals that purchase a case of 36 books can save $ at only $10.00/book. Total cost : $360.00 + $35.00 S+H = $395.00
Clubs are requested to make a donation to polio. Questions: call PDG Bill at: 847-302-6310.
 
Send order with check to: Rotarian Flavors of the World Cookbook
                                         P O Box 6099,
                                         Buffalo Grove, IL 60089.
Erik Elsea fulfilled a childhood dream when he paddled his canoe the length of the Mississippi River, from its (alleged) headwaters in Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico. Along the way, he spoke at and was supported by many Rotary Clubs as he spread the word about Shelterbox. Like Ross, he is one of the top fundraising ambassadors for the Shelterbox.  You can watch his presentation here:
 
Our Club is continuing its efforts to eliminate invasive plants in our area. Teasel is the tall (3 to 8 foot) "thistle" with white or purple blooms that shoots up along roadsides and vacant lots. Teasel reproduces without opposition, tending to crowd out desired plants and creating "visual blight".
 
The result of unhindered teasel may be observed along side Route 53 as you exit on the way to Lake-Cook Road.
 
We'll be ZOOMin' again on Tuesday with the link previously published.
 
The program will be a rerun of last year's bizarre presentation at Joanie's when the laptop would NOT project the slides, and the presenter (me) had egg on his face. I've wiped it off and can guarantee interesting photos and tidbits about the history of Kildeer, especially along Long Grove Road. Some extra, Ela Township, items will be included.
 
I have invited a number of Kildeer folks, some ex-members and friends. You may also invite folks by forwarding the email with the link that Lyle or Greg sent.
 
If you are a member reading this, check your emails for more. Or, email me at: george@dorners.net
 
George Dorner 
The Rotary Club of Long Grove, Kildeer, and Hawthorn Woods will be holding a blood drive on Saturday, February 29th, from 9 AM to 2 PM.  The drive is part of the "Everything Expo" being sponsored by the Lake Zurich Area Chamber of Commerce.  The event will be held at Concorde Banquets in Kildeer.  Donors may register at www.vitalent.org.  Please search on the date of the event to sign up.
 
 
 
Thanks to Bill Ferreira for donating books for our Little Free Libraries in the community and to Marilyn Dopler for continuing to be our librarian and restocking them.
 
Club Meeting Info
Welcome!!
We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 7:15 AM
Palatine Hills Golf Course
512 W Northwest Highway
Palatine, IL 60067
United States of America
Phone:
(847) 489-9175
1st and 3rd Tuesdays from 7:15 - 8:30am
Speakers
District Governor Bill Kmiecik
Oct 04, 2022 7:15 AM
Official DG Visit - Overview of District 6440
Club Leadership
President
Immediate Past President
Secretary
Treasurer
RI Foundation Chair