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Rotary Club of Shawnee Mission

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Milburn Country Club
7501 W 69th Street, Overland Park, KS 66204
Overland Park, KS 66204
United States of America
In person lunches on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month. Lunch reservations requested: Member cost: $10 Guest cost: $15
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We had six volunteers on Wednesday over lunch to help with litter pick-up on our adopted street, Lamar Avenue. We were out for about 40 minutes, and even though we had to talk Jeff out of the brush before we lost him to Narnia down the hillside, we think we made a big impact. There's always more trash than you think. Thanks to Jeff, Wayne, Roger, Ellis and Emily and a special thanks to Mission friend Brooke who came to join us. Brooke is a regular volunteer with the City of Mission and came out to help. She admitted that she didn't know much about Rotary International before helping beyond the signs you see out and about, but she does now! The Adopt-a-Street program asks that we do four clean-ups a year. Be on the lookout for pick-ups scheduled in spring and summer of 2022! 
We were back at Growing Futures Early Education Center on Saturday, November 6. This time, we prepared the raised garden beds for winter, assembled giveaway bags with hygiene items, school supplies and food for their holiday drive-through coming up in December and assembled a piece of musical equipment that gave us fits! It was just a simple flower that children can hit with a mallet to make musical notes, but it turns out that everything hinges on it being assembled at the factory correctly! We prevailed, though! 
Rotary District 5710 Conference in Manhattan, KS was a great success. Happening Friday, October 21-23, it focused on fun, learning and service. There was a service project of preparing 1,000 emergency birth kits that will go to health care providers and mothers-to-be around the world. Each kit had the essential supplies including a bar of soap, plastic sheet, razor blade, umbilical cord ties, latex gloves and gauze pads. Many Rotarians working (and laughing) all at once assembly line style had the kits ready in about an hour. Each supply was counted out ahead of time to ensure no kit went out without all the essential items. It was a fun and meaningful project that addresses Rotary's Maternal and Child Health Area of Focus. There were great and inspiring speakers, grants training, and one note with special significance to one of our club members, Vickie Randel from the Lawrence Rotary Club received the Distinguished Service Award presented by The Trustees of the Rotary Foundation "in recognition of outstanding efforts to promote the Foundation's many programs dedicated to international understanding."
Rotarians were out early in the morning to help with the Harvesters Mobile Food Pantry event at Shawnee Mission North High School on October 30. The event takes place each fifth Sunday of the month and is drive-through with volunteers loading food items directly into vehicles. 
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