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P.O. Box 958121 Hoffman Estates, IL. 60195

We meet Fridays at 12:15 PM
CHANDLER'S Chophouse & Banquets
401 N. Roselle Road
at the Schaumburg Golf Club
Schaumburg, IL  60194
United States
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The Rotary Club of Schaumburg-Hoffman Estates engages in year-round fundraising to make possible a wide range of service project in our communities and around the world.  Each year the club’s The Rotary Club of Schaumburg-Hoffman Estates award grants to not-for-profit organizations which are either located within or serve the citizens of Schaumburg and/or Hoffman Estates, Illinois. The club provides these grants in an effort to strengthen our network of support, addressing basic needs and empowering those in need in our community.  This year the the Rotary Club of Schaumburg-Hoffman Estates The Rotary Club of Schaumburg-Hoffman Estates will award up to $25,000 in such grants. 



Helen Keller Junior High School is hosting its Second Annual College/Career Day Event on: Wednesday, March 7th , 2018 and the Rotary Club of Schaumburg/Hoffman Estates has been invited to participate in the presentations that day.  Vince Sanasardo is coordinating this activity for our club.  Please contact him with questions.  More detail can be seen by clicking on read more box


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On Friday 17 November Rotarians from the Schaumburg-Hoffman Estates club gathered at our Community partner GiGi's Playhouse in Hoffman Estates.  Lunch was provided by Best Truckin' BBQ and served to us by the GiGi's program participants, who also joined us for lunch.  

On Saturday, October 28th, a small, but dedicated group of Rotarians braved the elements to collect 7 bags of garbage from the area of Golf Road between Roselle Road and Plum Grove Road. Rotarians that participated were Brian Berg, Bill Kelley, Glenn Szurgot, Jean Schlinkmann, Jack Lucas, Bob Fleisher, and Brian Townsend. In addition, 2 of our Fishing Well program members, Brian Callero and Carlos Segura, assisted with the effort.


It is amazing how much refuse accumulates in just a few short months, but it was no match for the efforts of the Schaumburg-Hoffman Estates Rotary Club. Keeping the community clean helps to instill pride in our villages and we’re proud to support the Roadside Clean-up Program.


A Rotaract service club began at Harper College this year! In collaboration with the Rotary Club of Schaumburg / Hoffman Estates & Barrington Breakfast Rotary, Schaumburg AM Rotary Club sponsored a Rotaract Club at Harper College in Palatine. This student-led club held its inaugural meeting on Harper’s campus this September with 15 of its 20+ inaugural members in attendance. Club members had the opportunity to get to know one another a bit at the meeting & many great ideas were shared! The club’s focus is on performing community service & they facilitated their first service project on Friday, September 22 by helping to clean up and beautify a park in the Arlington Heights community.

Rotary has been working to eradicate polio for over 30 years, and our goal of ridding the earth of this disease is in sight. We started in 1979 with vaccinations for 6 million children in the Philippines. Today, Afghanistan, Nigeria, and Pakistan are the only countries where polio remains endemic.

Three member of the Rotary Club of Schaumburg-Hoffman Estates -- Jillian Bernas, Anita Forte-Scott and Bill Kelley -- are participating in the second half of a Rotary Friendship Exchange between Districts 6440 and 3461.  The sixteen-member team began their visit to Taiwan on 7 November.  They will be visiting at least eight clubs while in District 3461.  This visit comprises a cultural exchange and a service project.  Some of the Rotarians travelling from District 6440 will be leading and immersion English as a Second Language (ESL) experience for elementary students in Taiwan. 
A delegation of Taiwanese Rotarians came to our district in June.  They were hosted by District 6440 Rotarians, attended clubs in our district, including Schaumburg-Hoffman Estates and visited many cultural sites in the area and well as enjoying a number of fellowship opportunities.  
Members of the Rotary Club of Schaumburg-Hoffman Estates assisted Schaumburg Fire Department Firefighters conduct Fire Safety Checks in the homes of Lexington Lane on Saturday, September 23.

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