Classic Rock Classic!

On March 2, the Rotary “Classic” Rock event brought together music enthusiasts and community advocates for a night of entertainment and philanthropy.

The Rotary Club of Schaumburg-Hoffman Estates Classic chairwoman Gayle Vandenbergh reported the event, not only offered attendees a chance to groove to their favorite tunes but also raised an impressive sum of more than $180,000 for local nonprofit organizations to eradicate community poverty. This is thanks to the Rotary Club’s planning committee, over 350 attendees, additional donors, and sponsors of the event.

One of the highlights of the evening was the initiative delivered by longtime Rotarians and honorary chairs, Loren and Anne Trimble. Loren speaking on behalf of both of them, emphasized the urgent need to address poverty within the community. Schaumburg and Hoffman Estates, with well over 5000 people living in poverty today, faces a significant challenge that requires collective action.

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On March 2nd, the Rotary "Classic" Rock event united music lovers and community supporters for a night of entertainment and charity. Led by Gayle Vandenbergh, the event raised over $180,000 for local non-profits fighting poverty, thanks to the Rotary Club's planning, 350+ attendees, donors, and sponsors.
 
Loren and Anne Trimble highlighted the urgency of addressing local poverty, proposing immediate aid and long-term solutions. They urged individuals to recognize their role in combating poverty, emphasizing that every dollar raised signifies a stance against it.
 
The success of the event underscores the community's dedication to vital causes and the power of collective action. As Schaumburg and Hoffman Estates strive for a fairer future, events like these inspire solidarity in the fight against poverty.
 
For those interested in contributing, visit www.scherotary.org and mark your calendars for next year's event on March 8, 2025.
Join the Rotary Club of Schaumburg/Hoffman Estates and the Special Leisure Services Foundation in their mission to support recreational programs for individuals with disabilities. By participating in this event, you'll not only enjoy a day of golf at the scenic Bridges of Poplar Creek Golf Course but also contribute to enhancing the lives of children and adults with disabilities.
 
Your involvement will directly impact the Special Leisure Services Foundation (SLSF), which serves as the fundraising arm of the Northwest Special Recreation Association (NWSRA), as well as the Rotary Club of Schaumburg/Hoffman Estates. The funds raised will support SLSF's initiatives across various essential pillars, including general programs, inclusion, athletics, scholarships, and accessible transportation.
 
The Northwest Special Recreation Association (NWSRA) is committed to providing individuals with disabilities the opportunity to participate in recreational activities, fostering social connections, personal growth, and overall well-being.
 
Your support will play a crucial role in empowering individuals with disabilities to lead fulfilling lives, ensuring they have access to recreational opportunities and can fully participate in community life. Together, we can create a more inclusive society where everyone is valued and celebrated.
 
Come be a part of this meaningful cause and make a lasting difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities. For more information and to participate, please visit. Let's make a positive impact together!
 
Wednesday, June 26, 2024
Bridges of Poplar Creek Country Club, 1400 Poplar Creek Drive, Hoffman Estates, IL 60169
Contact Information: https://www.slsf.me/bridgespoplarcreekgolf
Rotary Club of Schaumburg/Hoffman Estates Opens Scholarship Applications and Project Funding with Support from Fundraisers
 
The Rotary Club of Schaumburg/Hoffman Estates is thrilled to announce the opening of applications for scholarships and Project Selection funding, providing valuable opportunities for high school seniors, those interested in Applied Technology Fields, and non-profit organizations. This longstanding tradition would not be possible without the generous support of the community and the success of fundraising events such as the upcoming Classic Rock Classic on March 2, 2024.
 
Scholarships for High School Seniors:
Dr. James V. Moon Scholarship: https://portal.clubrunner.ca/2404/sitepage/dr-james-v-moon-scholarship 
 
Applied Technology Fields, Including Automotive Repair:
Don Redmon and Community Applied Technology Scholarship: https://portal.clubrunner.ca/2404/sitepage/community-applied-technology-scholarship
 
 
How to Apply:
All interested applicants, whether high school seniors, individuals in Applied Technology Fields, or non-profit organizations, can find application forms and additional information on the Rotary Club's website (Links Above).
 
The Rotary Club encourages community members to participate in fundraising events like the Classic Rock Classic to ensure the sustainability of these valuable programs.
Rotary Club of Schaumburg Hoffman Estates: Making a Difference in the Community
 
Introduction:
The Rotary Club of Schaumburg Hoffman Estates has been actively involved in various community service initiatives, demonstrating their commitment to making a positive impact in the local area. Recent projects showcase the club's dedication to improving the lives of community members and fostering a spirit of service and collaboration.
    
Butterfly Garden Clean-Up at
Children’s Advocacy Center
   
 
Packing Food for
Feed My Starving Children
   
 
Thanksgiving Sides for
WINGS
   
 
Roadside Cleanup
on Golf Road
   
 
 
Toys for Tots Collection
 
AND
 
Shop with a Cop
Donation and Volunteering
   
 
Giving Tool Kits to
Hoffman Estates High School
Graduates Entering
Auto Mechanics
   
 
Scholarships and Mentoring
for Harper College
Fishing Wells Students
   
 
As we continue our mission of service and community betterment, the club invites individuals who share a passion for making a positive impact to join their efforts. If you're inspired by the initiatives mentioned above and want to contribute to the community, consider attending a Rotary Club meeting. Meetings take place every Friday at Noon at Chandler's Chophouse in Schaumburg. This provides a great opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and learn more about how you can actively participate in upcoming projects.

Additionally, mark your calendars for a special event that not only promises a fantastic time but also supports the Rotary Club's charitable endeavors. The Classic Rock Classic, scheduled for March 2, 2024, is an event you won't want to miss. By purchasing tickets or sponsoring the event, you directly contribute to the club's fundraising efforts, ensuring the continuity of impactful community projects.

For more information, tickets, or sponsorship opportunities, visit our website www.scherotary.org or contact us directly.

Join the Rotary Club of Schaumburg Hoffman Estates in making a difference – your involvement can be the catalyst for positive change in our community. Together, let's continue the journey of service and collaboration for a brighter and better tomorrow.

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