Rotary Club of Rutland

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The Rotary Club of Rutland  
 
 

Rutland

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:15 PM
Elks Lodge
44 Pleasant St.
Rutland, VT  05701
United States of America
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October 6, 2020 - The sculpture of Rotary founder Paul Harris was unveiled and now resides at its downtown Rutland location on Merchants Row. The sculpture designed by Amanda Sisk and sculpted by Evan Morse is the eighth local history inspired marble sculpture installed making up the growing Rutland Sculpture Trail.

The Rotary Club of Rutland partners with three local Rotary clubs on a global grant to support a significant need for PPE, durable/sustainable equipment and food for the Rutland Area. Partner clubs include Rutland Rotary South, Killington-Pico Rotary Club and West Rutland Rotary Club. The $35K grant was the highest single grant given in the Rotary district including matching funds from both the District Rotary Foundation and from the Rotary International Foundation for a Rotary Foundation COVID-19 Recovery Global Grant.

Rotary Club of Rutland Club Assembly at Rotary Park in Rutland on September 28, 2020. Check presented to the recipient organizations of the 35K Rotary Foundation COVID-19 Recovery Global Grant. Club awards and recognitions. Welcome to new Rotarian members Vanessa Robertson, Arwen Turner, Brianna Schneider and returning club member Lyle Jepson.
NOVEMBER 2019 - The Rotary Club of Rutland presented David Wolk with an honorary Paul Harris Fellowship. Rotarian Dick Rohe spoke to the membership about Wolk's service to the Rutland Community and all the lives he has touched. As part of this honor, a $1000 donation is made in his name to the Rotary Foundation.
Rotarians and residents of Shrewsbury scraped and painted on Saturday, June 1.  The weather was perfect for painting and the local black flies gave a warm greeting.  700 sq. ft. were scraped, primed, and finish painted and addition 700 sq. ft. was scraped and primed. The entire front and one side of Pierce's Store in Shrewsbury now shows shiny white with new black trim around the windows.  One more step in the restoration of the store and these efforts were remarked as splendid.
Rotary Club of Rutland Rotarians help collect, count and organize donations from the Rutland area businesses and residents.
With the help of sponsors, volunteer organizations and U.S. Postal Service employees in 10,000 communities nationwide, the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) conducted its 27th annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on Saturday, May 11. Stamp Out Hunger is the nation’s largest single-day food drive.
Rutland City Rotarians gathered at the Country Village Campground on Saturday, August 11 to participate in the Annual Veteran's Weekend festivities. The club served a delicious barbeque dinner to over 60 participants.

Welcome New Members

Ethan Zorzi
Green Mountain Power
Keri Franzoni
Rutland Herald
Mary Cohen
Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce
Matt Cataldo
Carpenter & Costin

 

Stacy Harshman
The Sparkle Barn Shop
Edmund Hemmer
Retired
Greg Cox
Vermont Farmers' Food Center
Pam Clark
Bar Harbor Bank
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Rotary joined with Comcast to continue work on the Greenhouse project.  A great day of community service.
You can open the Greenhouse Project Photo Album to the right for more pictures of the day.
Past President Dick Rohe had the opportunity to visit the Rotary Club of Antiqua Sundown and speak with Club President Diana V. Browne
about forming a twin club relationship between the two Clubs.
 
Rotarians young and not as young gathered for a fun evening of miniature golf, hot dogs, and ice cream.  Thank you Stephanie for another great event.
 
Congratulations to Dick Rohe for being recognized for his efforts in Membership Development!
Russ Marsan brought in a big I Love Rutland banner for the Club.
Thank you, Stephanie for organizing another great social event as the Club and family turned out to enjoy an evening of bowling and pizza.
You better be good (sign up for more shifts)
​       You better not cry "I'm too busy". 
​            Santa knows who's been naughty and nice !
Speakers
Dr Peter Hogenkamp
Nov 02, 2020
Family Practioner, Local Published Author
Q2 Club Assembly / Christmas
Dec 21, 2020
Wheel Ceremony, Goals Reporting, Recognition Ceremony
Q3 Club Assembly
Mar 29, 2021
Wheel Ceremony, Goals Reporting, Recognition Ceremony
 

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Rotary Club of Rutland invites all busineses and individuals to support families in need. With each $45 donation a Rotary Christmas tree will be given to a local family in need. Join us in extending joyful happiness this holiday season.
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