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Come one come all to Fall Training  

When: October 25th from 9am-12:30pm

Where: Doubletree Hotel, 1909 Spring Rd, Oak Brook  

Who: any and all Rotarians

Why: learn more about Rotary strategies and best practices and ramp up your leadership and public speaking skills

  


There will be a plenary session with lots of great content for everyone - My Rotary, how we communicate, District Conference, Paul Harris Home, leadership development, youth exchange and more.

 

Presidents-elect will meet with District Governor Elect Osei during a breakout session, we will have ongoing Secretary/Treasurer training and we would like the Rotaract/Interact/EarlyAct liaisons to meet each other and share ideas.  The rest of the breakouts are geared toward all Rotarians.  

 

Share Membership strategies and best practices, work on your club identity, learn more about Rotary history and structure, start collaborating on community and international projects, and hone your public speaking, conflict management and mentoring skills.  

 

There’s lots to learn and do so join us for Fall Training.



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As featured at the 2008 RI Convention in Los Angeles, Click Here for a Presentation.

 

 

 

This photograph of Rotary founder Paul Harris is located in a scrapbook titled “What Happened At Paw Paw to the Rotary Club Boys July 10-11, 1909”.

 

Through its archives, the Rotary Club of Chicago collects, preserves and makes accessible the history of Rotary and specifically The Rotary Club of Chicago.  It includes many documents and photographs of the founders of Rotary, along with a wide variety of documents and materials. 

 

For a quick view of some photos, Archives

 

To access more information on the Rotary Club of Chicago Archives and see materials from its collection, click here.

 

 

 
 
 
 The Boys of 1905 - From the Archives of ROTARY/One

 
 
 
 
 


 
 
Rotary was founded on February 23, 1905.  Leaders of the Rotary Club of Chicago went on to establish Rotary International in 1910. 



Club Leadership

2014-2015 Board of Directors and Committee Chairs


Pedro Cevallos, president
Jodi Santeford, secretary
Matt McNulty, treasurer 
Cheryl McIntyre, president elect

Paul McConville, president nominee

Khaled Akkawi, fellowship
Vanessa Allmon, director
Eric Cempel, director & grants co-chair
Conor Gee, public relations & membership

Gus R. Noble, director
Pancho Nunez, director
Marshall Schmitt, service director
Mike Faris, nominating chair
Don Garner, program chair
Peter Schmitz, community co-chair
Kevin Swan, international chair
Phil Zaczek, community co-chair

 

Foundation Board of Trustees

 

Arol Augsburger, chair

Andrea Luehmann, vice chair

Jim Buik, treasurer

Gail Anderson, secretary

Robert Knuepfer

Paul McConville
Cheryl McIntrye
Ted Nebel
Mohan Rao

Chicago Expansion Clubs

 

Rotary Club of Chicago Financial District  

Thursday 12:15 p.m.,

Union League Club

65 West Jackson Blvd  

Reservations for Lunch, please e-mail: info@rotarycfd.org

 
Rotary Club of Chicago Near South

- Wednesday 12:15 p.m.
 IIT Campus 3201 S State St
 

Rotary Club of Chicago Lakeview

Wednesday 7:00 p.m.

      3343 N. Clark St.

 

Rotary Club of Chicago Far North

- Tuesday 7:15 a.m.
 5333 N. Sheridan
 

Rotary Club of Chicago Northwest

- Thursday 7:15 p.m.
 3210 W. Irving Park Rd
 

Rotary Club of Chicago Southeast

- Thursday 6:15 p.m.

 7801 South State Street 


For other clubs throughout Chicagoland, Click Here..

 

 


 

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