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Rotary Opens Opportunities

Welcome to Our Club!

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Zoom, phone or hybrid meeting
Temporary change due to COVID-19
North Manchester, IN 46962
United States of America
Members get Zoom access details via email. Those wishing to join us may contact President Anne Gregory or Secretary Sandy Bendsen.
What's happening at Rotary
The Classis Wreath is the most popular selection.
The Rotary Club of North Manchester makes it easy to join in on the spirit of the holidays with live wreaths that give back in more ways than one.
 
Your order will help raise money for local projects, such the Manchester Early Learning Center, and global disease prevention projects for children, including worldwide polio eradication efforts and safe drinking water for schoolchildren in Kosovo.
 
Rotarians will take orders for wreaths on Saturdays, on Oct. 10, 17 and 24. Look for the Rotary table at Neighborhood Fresh grocery store, 1204 W. State Road 114. 
 
For local orders, Rotary members will personally deliver wreaths the week before Thanksgiving.
 
You can place an order with any club member or email RotaryWreaths2020@gmail.com to see photos and get more information. For a wider selection and FedEx delivery, go to GiftItForward.com Order a wreath, door spray, centerpiece or tabletop tree and use the fundraising code MANCHEIN002.  It is easy to select, order and have a gift sent directly to your home, family, friends or business clients between Thanksgiving week and Dec 8.
 
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Making an Impact in Our Community
  • Funding landscaping at the new Ogan's Landing Park on the Eel River
  •  Initiating and funding the $100,000 Robin’s Way ½-mile bike/walking path in northeast North Manchester
  • Sponsoring a Manchester Recreation Association youth baseball team
  • Bringing the community together for our Election Day Pancake Breakfast
  • Giving scholarships to Manchester High School seniors
  • Hosting the annual Rotary World Affairs Conference for area high school students
  • Sponsoring the Manchester High School Mental Attitude Awards for high school athletes
  • Supporting the Early Learning Center, Junior Achievement and the North Manchester Public Library
  • Initiating and overseeing local projects at The Thomas Marshall House and the nearby Rotary Gazebo 
  • Participating in the South Mill Street Revitalization Project
  • Collecting food for the North Manchester church food pantry
  • Collecting food for the Manchester University student food pantry at theAcorns
  • Sponsoring Manchester High School students for Rotary Youth Leadership Award camp
  • Supporting literacy 
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