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Serve to Change Lives
Welcome!
We meet In Person
Thursdays at 7:30 a.m.
Country Family Restaurant
410 W Main St
North Manchester, IN 46962
United States of America
Mail: P.O. Box 121, North Manchester IN 46962
What's happening at Rotary
The blue barrel is inside the vestibule at Neighborhood Fresh.
 
The Rotary Club of North Manchester is collecting items for 85 Hope this spring at Neighborhood Fresh.
 
85 HOPE free medical clinics provide primary health care to uninsured and under-insured, low-income adult residents of Wabash County. Its sites in North Manchester and Wabash have served thousands of people in the county.
 
The Rotary service club thanks the North Manchester store for its willingness to aid a worthy local cause. You can buy items there to donate or drop them off on your way in.
 
The Rotary Club of North Manchester has bestowed honorary membership upon David Waas and Tim Hoffman.
 
Honorary membership recognizes those who have distinguished themselves by meritorious service and embody Rotary ideals.
 
Waas and Hoffman, both in their 90s, have been active Rotary members for decades, doing hands-on service and raising money for local projects and supporting Rotary International causes.
 
Our club continues to look for ways to support pollinators.
In 2021, we collaborated with the North Manchester Public Library, Wabash County Purdue Extension and others to establish a pollinator garden at the library.
In 2022, we hope to refresh the garden bed at the Rotary Gazebo between the library and Thomas Marshall House.
 
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Making an Impact in Our Community
  • Our Little Free Libraries promote literacy.
  • We sponsor Manchester High School Mental Attitude Awards for high school athletes.
  • Rotary collects items for 85 Hope free health clinics.
  • We collaborated with the North Manchester Public Library, Wabash County Extension and others to create and maintain a pollinator garden at the library.
  • Rotary raised funding and built the Robin's Way walking/bike path along East Street. It recently obtained a grant to patch and seal the path.
  • Rotary paid for landscaping at Ogan's Landin.
  • We sponsor Manchester Recreation Association (MRA)  youth baseball teams.
  • We donate to the Manchester Early Learning Center, Junior Achievement and Education for Conflict Resolution.
  • We paid to build the Rotary Gazebo between the Thomas Marshall House and library, and Rotary recently collaborated with North Manchester Pollinator Educators to upgrade its landscaping.
  • Rotary donates to the Manchester University Medical Practicum and a clinic in El Salvador. 
  • Rotarians volunteer at the Fellowship of Churches Thrift Shop, North Manchester Center for History and Manchester Symphony Orchestra, to name just a few places.
  • We painted the back hall at the North Manchester Center for History.
 
You might also know us for:
  • Hosting the Rotary World Affairs Conference for area high school students
  • 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
  • Sponsoring Manchester High School students for Rotary Youth Leadership Award camp
  • 2nd Fridays and More
  • Harvest Fest
  • Supporting literacy 
  • Promoting peace
  • Protecting the environment
  • Bringing the community together for our Election Day Pancake Breakfast
  • Giving scholarships to Manchester High students for decades
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