Upcoming Meetings
May 28, 2016
May 30, 2016
Jun 06, 2016
Karen Sommers
The Dean Ornish Program
Jun 13, 2016
Stan Glanders
Our American Flag
Jun 20, 2016
Dr. Bob Haworth
Elkhart Community Schools--NOTE: This meeting will be held at Wellfield Botanic Gardens
Jun 27, 2016
Terry Rickel and Scott Puckett
The Passing of the Gavel for the New Rotary Year
 
Our Club Leadership
President
President Elect
Vice President
Treasurer
Secretary
Assistant Secretary
Past President
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
 
 
 
 
Welcome to the
 
Elkhart Rotary Club!
 
Serving the Community for
Nearly 100 Years!
 
 
                       Meetings and Club Activities
 
Dr. Jim Brenneman, President of Goshen College,
Addresses the Club about the Roots of Goshen
College in the City of Elkhart
 
 
 
 
Dr. Shane Larson, from Adler Planetarium,
Spoke to the Club
 
 
 
 
Matt Miller, President of Newmar Corporation,
Tells the Club about the Manufacture
of High-End RVs
 
 
Our Club Exchanges Flags with Visiting Rotarian
Ondrej Tuma from the Czech Republic
 
 
 
Dr. Jonathan Neufeld,
V.P. of I.T. and Integrated Care for Oaklawn,
Addresses the Club
 
 
 
Representatives of "Partnership for Children"
Spoke to the Club
 
 
Elkhart Rotary Honors Our First Responders
 
 
The April 11th meeting of the Elkhart Rotary Club was a special day for the public safety officers of our community.  Elkhart Rotary honored the men and women of the 911 Center, Emergency Management, Elkhart Fire and Elkhart Police Departments.  Over 100 officers for the respective agency’s attended the luncheon and listened to presentations by Dan Shaffer of 911, John Faigh of Emergency Management, Police Chief Ed Windbigler and Fire Chief Chad Carey. Mayor Timothy Neese made closing remarks.
 
 
Drew Buscareno, Assistant Vice President for
University Relations and Notre Dame,
Spoke to the Club
 
 
 
 
Jeff White, Vice President at the RV/MH Hall of Fame,
Addresses the Club
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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As of 1 May, the Rotary shop will be available on a new platform. We may experience some downtime during the transition and apologize for any inconvenience. If you have any questions, please contact us at shop.rotary@rotary.org or at 847-866-4600.
Rotary districts mobilize to support survivors of Ecuador, Japan quakes
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Get live updates from the Council on Legislation
Get live updates and vote totals from the Council on Legislation on Rotary.org beginning on 11 April. Representatives from Rotary clubs worldwide will gather in Chicago 10-15 April to consider changes to the policies that guide Rotary International and its member clubs.  Many of this year’s proposed changes are designed to increase membership by giving clubs greater flexibility in the timing and the nature of their meetings. Other proposals would amend membership requirements.