INTERNATIONAL SERVICE COMMITTEE -
8 AM-1 PM
Goodwin Hall at Benedictine University, Lisle
This year's conference is titled "International Service as a Catalyst for Peace".
Jerome McDonnell, host of WBEZs Worldview,
will once again moderate the panel discussion.
Click HERE For more information and to purchase your tickets !
Congratulations are in order!
Congratulations to Prakash Tata and the Int'l Serv Committee on approval of their application by The Rotary Foundation for a global grant in partnership with the Rotary Club of Hyderabad Deccan. The “Save A Life A Day - Let’s Beat Leukemia” Global Grant funding will provide medical equipment for diagnosing leukemia to Basavatarakam Indo American Cancer Hospital Hospital & Research Institute in Hyderabad, India. What a great example of uniting in partnership to take action and create hope and lasting change for children and their families.
Simple Schools in Honduras - read the Chicago Tribune article HERE
The International Service Committee meets the second Friday of the month, 7 am.
International Service exemplifies our global reach in promoting peace and understanding. We support this service avenue by sponsoring or volunteering on international projects, seeking partners abroad, and more. We invite anyone interested to join us at our meeting!
Details International Service Committee Meeting Contact Director Dick Galitz at International Service
YOUTH SERVICE COMMITTEE - Meeting March 7, 1:30 pm Meson Sabika
Thank you to new member Pradeep Sahave for volunteering to serve as a mentor to our NCHS Interact students attending the Empower Leaders Conference Saturday, March 16.
The Youth Service Committee invites all interested members to attend a committee meeting and see what their work is all about. The committee meets the first Thursday of every month, following the Rotary meeting at Meson Sabika, 1:30 pm.
This Avenue of Service involves outreach to our communities youth through Rotaract, Interact and RYLA. The committee is chaired by Kristin Eccles.
If you want to inspire and provide support to tomorrow's leaders, please join us!
Our meeting schedule is March 7, Apr 4, May 2, June 6 1:30-3:00 pm, Meson Sabika
or if you'd like more information, please contact Kristin email@example.com
PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE
Do you have a Facebook page? Are you on LinkedIn?
Then you can play an important role in PR for
Rotary Club of Naperville!
What better way to let people know you are proud to be a member of Rotary Club of Naperville!
Take a picture of yourself at Rotary! Share it, say something about the interesting program that week,
or give a shout out to a committee's work or an organization the club recently supported.
Be a proud Rotarian and let your friends and colleagues know what your club is doing through your digital networks. It's the first step in starting a conversation about Rotary.
click HERE for more information and to register
APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR DISTRICT BOARD
Chuck Corrigan, District Governor Nominee, is chairing the Board Nominating Committee.There are two at-large Board positions that need to be filled for 2019-20. Both positions are for two-year terms. Rotarians may serve two consecutive terms as at-large Directors.
Members interested in being an at-large director on the district board can download and complete the application below and submit to Chuck for the committee's consideration.
Deadline to apply: February 20, 2019
All candidates must be Rotarians in good standing with their Clubs.
Desired qualifications include leadership experience, strong belief in Rotary, and willingness to share ideas and time to assist building vibrant Rotary Clubs in our District.
The committee may interview the candidates in person or by phone.
If interested in serving Rotary as an at-large Board member, please complete this application and return to Chuck Corrigan by February 20, 2019.
The names of the candidates selected by the Committee will be presented to the Board for approval at the March Board meeting.
Board of Directors Application 2019-20
The application form is a fillable pdf document. If you have any questions or any issues with opening or completing the document, please contact Chuck:
Get additional information and register HERE
2/2 Maria Caselli 2/7 Randy Ems
2/9 Kevin Dickson 2/12 Dick Galitz
2/14 Kristin Giannini 2/20 Brian O'Malley
SILENT SAMARITANS BREAKFAST
The 12th Annual Silent Samaritans Breakfast
February 26, 2019
at Hotel Arista in Naperville, IL
7:15 am: check-in
7:30-9:00 am: program
Key Note Speaker: Dr. Katherine DeWitt, Associate Professor and the Clinical Coordinator at South University in Columbia, South Carolina
Dr. DeWitt will speak about the adverse impacts and victimization of Social Media on adolescents and vulnerable populations. Her journey in researching Social Media engagement and behaviors includes her own experiences of bullying and intimidation.
For more information click Samaracare
NEXT WEEK'S PROGRAM - Regular Meeting - Nicki Anderson, CEO Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce