Club Information

Service Above Self. Welcome to our Club!

Elkhorn

Serving because we care and because we can.

We meet In Person
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Matheson Memorial Library in the Community Room
101 N Wisconsin St
Elkhorn, WI 53121
United States of America
Speakers
Emma Madura & Judge Reddy
Dec 02, 2020
Family Treatment Court Program
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If you need a make-up for your attendance or just feel curious on what the other clubs are doing in the area here is a listing of where you can go.

 

 
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During the next few months of 2020 our club will be meeing Wednesdays at noon online via ZOOM.  Programs are still being scheduled.  ANYONE is Welcome to attend.  Just submit a request email and you will be sent a link into the meeting.
The achievements of organizations are the results of the combined efforts of each individual. 
Vince Lombardi
 
We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.
Winston Churchill
 
 

"Serving because we care and because we can!"

 

Come check out our Rotary Club and have lunch with us.   Rep. Paul Ryan came to talk one day.  We would enjoy meeting you. You never know who or what will happen (except some guaranteed fun). 
Elkhorn Rotary gives annually to the following: VIP Services, the Elkhorn Fund, Hope Now, APFV, Elkhorn Food Pantry and scholarships to EAHS grads.  They have also given over $200,000 to the world wide eradication of Polio through Rotary International over the past 30 years.  The picture shows Rotary Dist Gov. Paul Decker giving a $10,000 check to Cindy Simonsen at VIP Services.  The 4th installment of a $50,000 5 year commitment to them.  See a list of more contributions our club has given in the "Downloads" section of this website. 
 
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