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Speakers
Glenwood Volunteer Fire Dept Needs
Feb 27, 2020
Fire Chief Matt Gray
Home Host Program (REM Iowa)
Mar 12, 2020
Erin Lucas, Director
American Legion Post 141
Mar 19, 2020
Dick Davis (Tentative)
Juniper Metal Works
Mar 26, 2020
Amber Landolt, Owner
John Sibley, Kiewit Building Gp Sr VP (Tentative)
Apr 09, 2020
New Kiewit Construction
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The Rotary Club of Glenwood, Iowa
 
Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world?  Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship.  Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back.
 
 

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Glenwood

Service Above Self

Thursday at 6:30 PM except 2nd Thursday at 12:00 PM
Calvary Glenwood Campus
109 S. Walnut St
Glenwood, IA  51534
United States of America
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News about Glenwood Rotary:
 
On February 13th Julie Shrader, President of Rejuvenating Women (second from right), and Jennifer Snow, Operations Director (second from left), presented an outstanding program on their non-profit organization committed to providing hope and restoration to those enslaved in human trafficking from all over the United States. Julie and Jennifer are shown above with Julie's close friend and Past President Stan Sibley and current club President Katelin George.
 
In August, 2012 Julie realized her long-time vision to provide a safe home in Omaha with a compassionate trauma-informed staff where survivors who have suffered complex trauma can begin to heal.  Her passion is to help every woman find healing, peace and love by going through her Restored Wings Program.
 
In addition to covering her organization and its programs Julie also addressed the four types of Human Trafficking (Sex, Labor, Organ and Infant) for members as well as the surprising extent of those activities across Nebraska and within the Omaha-Council Bluffs metro area.  

You can learn more by going to www.rejuvenatingwomen.com and www.facebook.com/rejuvenatingwomen/ and even do something by donating, volunteering, sharing social-media posts, attending the Restored Wings Gala on 9/10/20, and praying for the survivors in her program, her staff, volunteers, and Board of Directors.

Activities of other District Rotary Clubs
Click here to link to the District Website - Spotlight Page.
 
Other Iowa Rotary Club Meetings:
Red Oak - Tuesdays at Noon - Firehouse Restaurant, 310 E. Washington Ave, Red Oak
Shenandoah - 1st, 2nd, 3rd Tuesdays at Noon, 4th Tuesday is non-noon service/social afterwork - Shenandoah Historical Museum, 100 Maple, Shenandoah
CB Centennial - 1st & 3rd Wednesdays at 7:00 AM - Hy-Vee Community Rm, 1745 Madison Ave, Council Bluffs
CB Noon - Thursdays at Noon - YMCA Healthy Living Center, 714 S Main St, Council Bluffs
 
 
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