District 6440, Club Number 3139

Rotary Club of Park Ridge

PO Box 130

Park Ridge, Illinois 60068 

 
 
 
 
 
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Welcome to our Club!

Park Ridge

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Summit Square of Park Ridge
10 North Summit Avenue
847-825-1161
Park Ridge, IL  60068
United States of America
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On December 8, the Rotary Club of Park Ridge held its annual Citrus Sale raising money for service projects and scholarships.
 
 
On Wednesday October 3rd, the Rotary Club of Park Ridge held a craft beer fund raiser at Harp and Fiddle. Over $4,000 was raised for college scholarships.
The Park Ridge Rotary Club presented 8 “Make a Difference Scholarships” to high school graduates with records of service and leaderships.
 
Randy Wear was installed as the Park Ridge Rotary Club President for Fiscal Year 2019.
20180131 100% Foundation Giving Award
District Governor Don Brewer presented the Park Ridge Rotary Club the Rotary Foundation 100% Banner signifying every member of the club donated to the Rotary Foundation and the average member donation exceeded $100.
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10 term Congresswoman Schakowsky spoke for 20 minutes on what is happening in Washington. She then took questions from the audience.
 
The Park Ridge Rotary Club and St. Luke’s Lutheran Church served over 75 nutritionally challenged clients at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church on Sunday January 21st.
Every December the Rotary Club of Park Ridge holds their annual Citrus Plus Sale. Proceeds support college & vocational scholarships for high school youth and local charitable organizations.
The Park Ridge Rotary Club held a Craft Beer Fund Raiser. The moneys raised will support various organizations in Park Ridge.
 
The Park Ridge Rotary Club sponsored the Park Ridge Charity Classic. Proceeds from the run support the club’s college scholarship donations.
 
The Mayor of Park Ridge, Marty Maloney, presented Club President, Gayle Mountcastle, with a proclamation recognizing October 24, 2017 as World Polio Day in Park Ridge.  Past Club Presidents Roger Crawford and Allan Bartel accepted the proclamation with President Mountcastle.
 
World Polio Day is recognized around the world and raises awareness of the efforts of Rotary International, World Health Organization, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, United Nations Children’s Fund, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
 
To learn more about efforts to end Polio a livestream update about eradication efforts will be presented on October 24, 2017 at 2:30pm Seattle time.  To watch the livestream in English go to endpolio.org/world-polio-day .
 
 
 
 
 
Rotary members marched in the WGN Morning Show Parade in Park Ridge on July14th! 15 Rotary members continued their community service and presence volunteering 40 hours at the Taste of Park Ridge selling event tickets!
Gayle Mountcastle was installed as the Park Ridge Rotary Club President for Fiscal Year 2018.
This year the Rotary Club of Park Ridge presented six scholarships to recipients who made a difference in our community. The recipients are Isaiah Easo, Jigarbhai Patel, Clara Kochanski, Liza Henn, Emily Pieta, and Sarah Baker.
Maine East and Maine South Interact Club RYLA recipients are shown.
The Maine South Interact Club for raising $2,650 as a part of the school’s Rett Syndrome charity fund raising event held this year.
$105,000 Zinga Children’s Hospital Rotary Foundation Grant is completed.
The lead lined door on the imaging building that will house the imaging equipment project that our club has spearheaded is completed.
 
 
The Park Ridge Rotary Club and the Maine East Interact Club served over 90 nutritionally challenged clients at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church on Super Bowl Sunday 2017. 
 
 
Linda Burton presented to the Park Ridge Rotary Club the 100% Participation Certificate. To earn this certificate, each club member made a donation to The Rotary Foundation in the fiscal year and average club member donation over $100.
The Park Ridge Rotary Club raised over $6,000 to help support Rainbow Hospice & Palliative Care and other local organizations.
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Park Ridge Rotary Club ran the registration for the 2016 Park Ridge Charity 5k Classic Run. More than 325 runners participated in the event. The event generated over $6,500 to be given to various local charities.
 
 
Roger Crawford was installed as the Park Ridge Rotary Club President for Fiscal Year 2017
 

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The new Maine East Rotary Interact Executive Officers planned, promoted, and hosted the most successful Interact event in our short history. Over 300 interested students attended the 2014-2015 Rotary Interact Kick-off meeting in our school cafeteria. Big thanks to John VandenBrink for being at the meeting. 

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Rotary Provides X-ray System for Street Children of Guatemala City.

Two-thirds of the world’s population does not have access to basic X-ray services? That is a huge problem since sixty percent of all medical diagnoses require X-ray analysis.

 
 
 
 
 
2019 CITRUS ORDERS

The Rotary Club of Park Ridge thanks each and every person who purchases delicious fruit, candy, hams & pecans during our annual Citrus + Sale.  Each year 100% of the proceeds underwrite local youth scholarships and fund many other local and worldwide humanitarian projects to improve lives.

For citrus orders only, click HERE 
 
All orders for non-citrus products must be placed thru a Rotarian.  Call Randy at 847-878-8008 with any questions or issues. 
 
Thank You for Your Generosity!
 
 
 
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