Speakers
Service Project OR Stuart Miller
Oct 02, 2019
Service project or (if rainy) presentation on social media
Service Project OR Stuart Miller
Oct 09, 2019
Service project or (if rainy) presentation on social media
Committee Meetings
Oct 30, 2019
Alice Munn
Nov 06, 2019
Women United and Dolly Parton Books for Kids Program
no meeting - Pancakes
Mar 04, 2020
no meeting - Pancakes
Mar 11, 2020
Board Meeting
Mar 15, 2020
no meeting - Pancakes
Mar 18, 2020
 
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
Director-Community Service
Director-Vocational Service
Director-Club Service
Director-International Service
Rotary Foundation
Membership
Programs
Interact Advisor
Director-Youth Service
Immediate Past President
 

Meeting Make Ups

Rotary Club of Burton Middlefield offers many solutions to members who want to make up missed meetings. If you need to make up a missed weekly meeting you can do one or more of the following:
 
1. Attend an on-line class at the Rotary eClub One site (click on link)
2. Do a make up at several of the area clubs
3. Attend a BMR Board Meeting
4. Participate in a club sanctioned work project not held on a regular meeting night
5. Get involved in one of the committees and attend their meetings and work projects
 
 
 
Club Information

ROTARY CLUB OF BURTON MIDDLEFIELD

Burton-Middlefield

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:00 PM
Welshfield Inn Banquet Hall
14001 Main Market Road
P.O. Box 516
Burton, OH  44021
United States
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BMR News
The Maple Splash Raffle Drawing took place Wednesday, June 26 at Welshfield Inn.
 
And the winners are:
 
Two Instant Winners of $250
     Holly Blair
     Mentor, Ohio 
     
     Arron Jacks    
     Burton, Ohio     
 
Grand Prize Winner ATV/Cash prize
    Ed Keiser
    Cranberry Twp. PA
   
Second Place Winner of $1000
    Tammy Wendl
   
Third Place Winner of the 55" Smart TV
    Ross Hornak
   
Fourth Place Winner of $500        
    Scott Hildenbrand 
 
Congratulations to all the winners and thanks to all participants in the Maple Splash Raffle. You participation helps to support the philanthropic work that the Burton-Middlefield Rotary does here in Geauga county and around the world. 
 
Burton-Middlefield Rotary.

It's Pancake Breakfast time in Burton. If you are looking for a special breakfast, you have found the right place at Burton Middlefield Rotary's Sunday morning breakfasts with all  you can eat pancakes. We will be serving every Sunday in March (March 1, 8, 15, 22  and 29, 2020).

Pre-purchase tickets online here. (not active until 2020) Please be sure to print your receipt to bring to the pancake breakfast.

 

Students from Cardinal: Cloe Suddeth; Cloe Dubaski; and Matthew Byler; and from Berkshire: Josiah Cheung participate in the 4-Way Speech Contest
 
 
 
 
 
On September 5, 2018, through the extreme generosity of Fran Bayless PDG, and her late husband, Tom, fifteen Rotarians and three community members received Paul Harris awards giving BMR the rare status of 100% Paul Harris Fellows.
From left to right: President Jim Dvorak
Kailyn Foutty; First Place; Cardinal; Easily Offended Society
Brendan White; Third Place; Cardinal; Me Too Movement
Josiah Cheung; Berkshire; Second Place; Milk, Cancer and Public Information
Abby Geesling; Cardinal; Fourth Place; First Impressions
 
On Wednesday, November 29, 2017, we started our meeting early to tour the Stephen Douglas Company in Newbury. Then we had dinner at Mangia Mangia also in Newbury.

 

 

 

Burton Middlefield Rotary Members helped to take out the windows and ready a house in Claridon for demolition. The Red Tulip House, a sober, safe, and smart environment for women, will rise out of the debris
BMR Members participate in the grand opening ceremonies of the new Seidman Cancer Center at UH Geauga. The club's donation along with a matching grant made a $50,000.00 donation possible for the Center.
Chuck White graciously offered his lake property for our picnic this year. Fishing, boating, kayaking, eating and great fellowship was had by all.
 
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Four Way Speech Contestants from Left to Right: Brendan White, Cardinal, Junior; Kaitlyn Foutty, Cardinal, Sophomore; Tori McClain, Cardinal, Senior; Josiah Cheug, Berkshire, Sophomore; Shannon Lewis, Newbury Junior; and Hannah Lewandowski, Newbury, Senior
    
 
On Wednesday, September 28, 2016, members of Burton Middlefield Rotary began finishing the interior of the Maple Museum on Century Village Historical Society Grounds.