Join us Tuesday, February 16th to hear Congressman Schneider


Legislative Update and reflections on recent news including the Capitol Attack and Impeachment vote

Brad Schneider represents Illinois’s 10th District in the United States House of Representatives, where he is serving his third term. He is a member of the House Committee on Ways and Means and House Committee on Small Business. He has previously served on the House Foreign Affairs and House Judiciary committees.

As a member of Congress, Brad is focused on building a thriving economy that works for all Americans, and ensuring every family has affordable health care, quality education and a rising standard of living.  He knows that our communities are stronger when small businesses invest and grow, our environment is healthy, and people are working together for a better future. 

Brad is committed to tackling the challenges we face as a nation, including protecting Medicare and Social Security for future generations, reforming our broken immigration system, passing sensible gun safety legislation, and critically, urgently taking action to reduce the rate and address the impacts of global climate change. 

He is also a staunch advocate for the rights of women, including ensuring equal pay for equal work and protecting every woman’s right to make her own health care decisions about her body. Brad also favors extending federal civil rights protections to the LGBTQ community and was a strong supporter marriage equality long before he held public office.

Brad remains an influential voice on foreign affairs in Congress and believes our nation and world benefit when the United States exercises leadership and engages with the international community. A longtime proponent of a strong U.S.-Israel relationship, Brad consistently leads on efforts in Congress to promote cooperation on security, counter Iran’s nefarious influence, and condemn efforts to delegitimize the Jewish state.

Last Days to Support Neighbors Helping Neighbors 



The Rotary Club of Northbrook will host a Neighbors Helping Neighbors [NHN] Reverse Raffle that will be live streamed from the NSYMCA on March 13, 2021 at 6:30 pm.   Tickets are $50 each and must be purchased online BEFORE March 6, 2021, but winners do not have to be present to win.
The First Bank of Highland Park 
Carlos & Sandy Früm
Quick Kill Exterminating
Sunset Foods 
Northbrook Bank & Trust Company
Fields Auto Group
Miller Cooper & Co., Ltd.
Good Earth Lighting
Northern Weathermakers
Northbrook Ace Hardware
In-Kind Supporters:
North Suburban YMCA
Northbrook Herald - a Daily Herald Publication
Our raffle will be live-streamed from the North Suburban YMCA on Saturday, March 13th so everyone can take-part and virtually participate in the fun!  For more information, to buy tickets or to sponsor the event log on to our home page and click the Raffle icon. Three $100 prizes will be drawn before the Grand Prize which is a 50/50 split up to $5,000! There are links to purchase tickets on the homepage of or ask a local Rotarian for details.
Ticket sales END on March 6th  -this week!!
Use this RallyUp link, to purchase tickets.
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Carlos & Sandy Frum
Toastmasters on Tuesday Night

Invite from Suzanne Gibson to join in at 7 PM on February 16th 

As you may be aware, Toastmasters and Rotary have formed an Alliance to benefit both of our organizations.  One of the benefits is the structured leadership development courses offered by Toastmasters. Rotarians are encouraged to invite Toastmasters to join in on club service projects.
On February 16th at 7:00 pm, we are invited to join the Mt. Prospect Toastmasters Club as they Celebrate their founder Ralph C. Smedley's 143rd birthday with a meeting focused on Leadership and featuring speakers who are both Rotarians and Toastmasters. Rotarians and Toastmasters share the values of Leadership and Service.  The event is open to all, registration required at Eventbrite  and click on the green "register" button. 
Julia Kaufman, Distinguished Toastmaster and Rotarian, will be one of the speakers on February 16th.  See her video presented at the RI Virtual Convention 2020 under Roatrians you Should Know link.  In this video, Julia Kaufmann presents how she initiated a project to assist Outbound Youth Exchange students in preparing for presenting their presentations to their host clubs.  Julia organized a supportive safe environment for the Outbound students to present their presentation and receive an evaluation from experienced Toastmasters. 
Free, but registration is required:
Mar 09, 2021
International Service
Mar 16, 2021
Gratitude Generation
Mar 23, 2021
Getting Ready for Retirement in this COVID environment
Mar 30, 2021
Leadership vs. Management: The difference between surviving and thriving during COVID.
Apr 06, 2021
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March 7
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March 8
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March 14
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March 18
Mitch Portugal
March 19
John Cavanaugh
March 23
Ken Kurtz
March 25
David Waring
March 29
Ken Kurtz
March 27
Gary Moriello
Beverly Hides-Moriello
March 29
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March 1, 2016
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March 3, 2011
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March 5, 2013
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March 6, 2018
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March 24, 2020
1 year
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March 27, 2012
9 years
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