Speakers
Kerry Harvey
Sep 21, 2021 12:00 PM
“Out of Darkness Walk” fundraiser for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Scott Albers Nor-Am
Sep 28, 2021 12:00 PM
Nor-Am
Julie Noel
Oct 05, 2021 12:00 PM
St. Joseph Parks Dept. on the history/development of the Parkway System
Club Information
St Joseph #32

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 11:45 AM
Benton Club
402 North 7th Street
St. Joseph, MO 64501
United States of America
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Home Page Stories
On June 30th, 2021 Rotary Club #32 installed its new Board for the 2021-2022 year.  We look forward to a fantastic year ahead under its leadership!
Rotary People of Action.  Club #32 Celebrating 20 years of collecting shoes in District 6040 for Shoes for Orphan Souls.
District Governor Don Glahart was presented with his Paul Harris Fellow Plus 2 pin on February 23rd, the 116th birthday of Rotary.  As Mr. Harris once said, "Whatever Rotary may mean to us, to the world it will be known by the results it achieves," and Paul Harris Fellows are honored for significant contribution to the Rotary foundation to aid communities worldwide!  
District Governor Don Gladhart doing duty as a Downtown Rotary Club #32 member and participating in our annual event ringing bells for the Salvation Army.  Thank you Don and all our other members who helped too!
 
District Governor, Don Gladhart, presenting Houston Roberts, our newest Rotary Leadership Institute graduate, with his certificate and pin.  Congratulations Houston!
The three St. Joseph Rotary clubs wrapped up the 2019-2020 District Grant with a check presentation at Mark Twain Elementary School.  The money being presented reimbursed the trainers whose dogs are now certified Trauma dogs, already helping students in the St. Joseph School District.  Together we are accomplishing so much.  Our 3-club (Downtown, East Side, and Southside) Trauma project is continuing this year with a Global grant sponsored by a Rotary Club in Australia.  Just wait and see what we accomplish next!
Downtown Rotary Club #32 is helping to gather school supplies for United Way's annual Stuff the Bus program.
Dr. Tim Curry displays his new Paul Harris Fellow pin.  Dr. Tim is a loyal supporter of The Rotary Foundation and President Mary Beth was thrilled to present him with a Paul Harris Fellow +5 pin at the July 14, 2020 club meeting.  Way to go Dr. Tim!
Downtown Rotary Club #32 is proud of Don Gladhart, District 6040 DG 2020-2021!  Don is a graduate of the Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) and was President of our club from 2014-2015.  He also served as President of our Local Foundation from 2010-2014.  He served as an Assistant Governor in District 6040 from 2015-2017 and has been a member of the Rotary Show Me Council since 2015.  In addition he is a member of the Bequest Society, a Benefactor and a Paul Harris Fellow.  As you can see, he is and an all-around wonderful person and District 6040 is in good hands.  Congratulations Don!
Outgoing President Sara Wilson installed the 2020-2021 Rotary Board at the June 30, 2020 luncheon meeting.  Some of the new Board were installed in person and others via Zoom.  Rotary carries on!
 
New Rotary year, New Administration! Say hello to our new Club Exec Board!
- President: Mary Beth Revels
- President Elect: Andrew Windhorst
- Vice President: Andrew Klonowski
- Secretary: Don Montgomery
- Treasurer: Bob Crouch
- Membership Chair: Jodi Bloemker
- Foundation Chair: Dr. Timothy Curry
- Programs Chair: Doug Walter
- PR Chair: Houston Roberts
- Service Chair: Louie DeLeon
- St. Joe Rotary Fdn. Pres.: Julie Walker
- Sergeant-at-Arms: Sam Ghattasheh
- Assist. Sergeant-at-Arms: Tammy Killin
- Assist. Sergeant-at-Arms: Susan Charles
Thanks to Mary Beth, Doug, and Jodi who volunteered to read to the children at a local school of Feb 21st.  Each Rotarian read a book which was a challenge by our District this week to celebrate the 114th Birthday of Rotary.  #Rotary #District6040 #peopleofaction

#Rotary takes action to improve the lives of others, especially children. Like providing the training and equipment for educators in the St. Joseph, Missouri School District to help at-risk children manage traumatic experiences and focus on learning. Transforming lives in our communities - that’s what the St. Joseph Rotary Club does. We are #PeopleofAction.