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The Rotary Club
of Naperville

Who We Are

The Club's members represent leaders in the 
business, professional, nonprofit, educational, 
and government communities who share a 
common commitment to community service.


Get Involved

Chartered in 1941, the Rotary Club of Naperville 
is one of the area's oldest civic organizations. 
Thank you for visiting our website, we'd love to have you visit in person. 


  Our meetings are held Thursdays at 12:15 pm at             Meson Sabika.


Guests are Welcome
Club Mailing Address:
PO Box 2, Naperville IL 60566




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UPCOMING EVENTS
10/17  Board Meeting, Naperville Bank & Trust, 4:00 pm

10/18  Regular Meeting,
Laughing Lincoln, Mary Lou Wehrli


10/25  
Rotary Harmony Park Dedication, 4:30 pm,  RAISE THE BARRed Arrow Tap Room, 5:30 pm
 


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REWARDS



2018-2019 Officers

President

Randy Ems
president

President Elect

Rachel Ossyra
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President Nominee

Alma Jones

Past President

John Norman

Treasurer

Curt Stowers
treasurer

Secretary

Kathryn Hoffman
secretary

Sergeant at Arms

John Higgins

 

Director Club Service

Kristin Giannini
club service
Dir Community Service

Brian O’Malley
community service

Dir Vocational Service

John Wightkin
vocational service

Dir International Service

Dick Galitz
international service
Director Youth Service
Kristin Eccles
youth service

Public Relations Chair

Christine Bloom
news

Rotary Foundation Chair

Richard Tatara
foundation

Membership Chair

John Gallagher
membership

Program Chair

Alma Jones
programs

Website/Nairator Editor

Christine Bloom

Audit Committee Chair

Denise Gierach

Historian

John Knobloch

Hearts & Flowers

Roger Iliff


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HomeMemorial - Frank Allston

 

 

Rear Admiral Frank Allston Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

 

 

Naperville Author's Work To Go Down In Naval History

July 14, 1998|By Jeff Coen, Tribune Staff Writer.

A 29-year Naperville resident will join the likes of Ronald Reagan, George Bush, Bob Dole and Bob Hope on Thursday when he is honored with the highest award the Navy bestows on civilians not employed by that branch of the military.

Frank Allston, a retired rear admiral in the Navy Supply Corps, U.S. Naval Reserve, will be recognized for his 10-year volunteer effort to write a history of the Navy's business arm, receiving the Navy Distinguished Public Service Award.