Rotary Club of Alliance, OH

 
 
 
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Welcome to our Club! If you would like to get more information about becoming an Alliance Rotary member contact Mark Locke at 330-823-6260 or mlocke@neo.rr.com

Alliance

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 11:45 AM
YWCA
239 E. Market St.
Alliance, OH  44601
United States
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7/5 -  NO MEETING- HAPPY 4th of JULY

7/12- Stan Jonas- What's Happening at Alliance Community Hospital

7/19– Chris Cutter-Optimizing sales performance  
7/26- John Gross - Castle Crusade
 
8/2-   Paula Schaper - The Magical World of Beveldom - Ned Schaper
8/9-   Marlington Tour- Science Lab & new turf
8/16- Mike Raulin- Rotary District Governor
8/23- Vince Kehres- Mount Union Football Coach
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October
Bill Bowman
Susan Bowman
 
 
 
November
Jessica Grimes
Randy Crawford
 
 
 
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