Upcoming Events

Site Pages

Contact Us
Enter your email address and the message you want to send.
* fields are required
Club Information

Rotary Club of Shawnee Mission

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Sylvester Powell Community Center
6200 Martway St
Mission, KS 66202
United States of America
Wednesdays at noon. (First Wednesday of the month, please check schedule)
Home Page Stories

Happy New Rotary Year!   I am honored and humbled to step into the big shoes of those of you who have graciously served before me.  Wayne, thank you for everything you have done for our club this past year.  Your hard work, dedication, and mentorship are inspirational.  I look forward to continuing to learn and grow as we embark on a new year.  I am so blessed to be surrounded by such a tremendous group of people and am grateful for all of you!  

Rotary International has appropriately chosen “Rotary Opens Opportunities” as our theme for 2020-2021.   In a time of great challenge as we face a pandemic and tensions within our communities, we also have opportunities to learn, grow, and serve.    I am proud to be part of the Shawnee Mission Rotary Club and look forward to a terrific year together!

Last week was our first-ever Rotary Club meeting held electronically! 
Eighteen members joined and participated in the meeting.
This week we start at noon and our speaker is Allison Kelly, Rotary Youth Camp.
To join:
Go to www.ZOOM.us (or open your app)
Connect online with Zoom or download app.
Read Wayne's email and click the link he sends to join the meeting.
If you have a screen that asks if you want to join the meeting, click join/yes/ok
That's all it takes!
Please contact Joe Bast or Barb Jones if you need help.
President Battani was the focus of Member Spotlight in the June 26, 2019 issue of the Spinning Wheel. This is re-posted with her consent. We are blessed to have her as our President for 2020-2021.
Lisa was born in Ames, Iowa and spent her childhood in the suburbs of Des Moines. She graduated from the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls and immediately moved to Arizona to thaw out (It was COLD up there! :-)). Lisa loves spending time with her parents as well as with her brothers and their families. She has an adopted furball named Kiwi who she believes is secretly a puppy zipped up in a catsuit. Kiwi plays fetch and follows Lisa everywhere- the best of both worlds! Lisa adores all animals and feels very fortunate to have a low maintenance pet.
Lisa is an Audiologist with Associated Audiologists, Inc. Lisa loves to be active! Her hobbies include hiking, biking, and anything active and outdoors in warm sunny weather. Lisa's favorite place for vacation is either at the beach or somewhere that she can hike. At karaoke night, you will find Lisa belting out Bon Jovi's "It's My Life". Her favorite meal is grandma's homemade Italian. Lisa's chosen super-power would be the ability to be invisible (maybe to be able to sneak some extra helpings of grandma's food- yumm!).
Lisa living on the edge at the Grand Canyon!
Amanda Polking serves as a Career Specialist for Jobs for America's Graduates-Kansas (JAGK) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that partners with students facing multiple barriers to success. A trained JAG Career Specialist provides individual and group instruction to 35-45 students in the classroom using the competency-based JAG National Curriculum
Stacy Schultz
Nonprofit Classification
Constituent Events Manager at Alzheimer's Association®
Stacy found us after her move from Cedar Falls IA. 
Stacy's classification is Non-Profit Leadership. She is working for the Alzheimer's Association and has worked the Visiting Nurse Association, Hospice of Southwest Iowa, and the National MS Society.
She has fantastic Rotary credentials having served as club president, she is a Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) graduate, she has worked on her former district's Rotary Youth Leadership Academy (RYLA) committee, on their food drive committee, served as Purple Pinkie Project Chair, and received the Rotarian of the Year award in 2017.
Stacy has two kids; her daughter Shelby is 23 and son Sam is 21. Shelby is graduating from Iowa this may and Sam will finish at the Iowa School for the Deaf in May as well.
She writes that she loves to spend time with her family, enjoying refinishing furniture and spending time outside doing whatever! And she looks forward to getting to know us all better and having an impact in our community and world. 
David Smale
Sep 23, 2020
History of the Kansas City Chiefs

David has recently written a book on the history of the Kansas City Chiefs.  The book was recently published and he will be talking about it and all things related to the Kansas City Chiefs. Vist his website www.davidsmalebooks.com.

Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Rotary Foundation/Polio+ Chairperson
Immediate Past President
Board Member
Board Member
Board Member
Board Member
Board Member
Board Member