Rotary Club of Emporia

Club Information

Welcome to the Emporia Rotary Club


Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 11:45 AM
Emporia Country Club
1801 Rural
Emporia, KS  66801
United States
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Venue Map
First United Methodist Church Bell Ensemble
Dec 19, 2017
Christmas Program
Jennifer Bennett and Amanda Gutierrez
Jan 09, 2018
Emporia Recreation Commission Programming and Facilities
Greg Jordan and Lisa Soller
Jan 23, 2018
Lyon County Museum and Historical Society
Club Executives & Directors
Rotary Foundation
Past President
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Hillary Becker, a volunteer for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Flint Hills, told our Rotary Club members that there are currently 134 "Littles" across four counties, and another 68 on the waiting list. The program is looking for community volunteers who can help. A great way to be a role model is the Lunch Buddy Program. Volunteers in this program periodically spend time with those in need over their school lunch period during the school year. For more information on BBBS opportunities, click on this link.
At our Rotary Club meeting, several elementary school principals were our guests to mark the day of our annual dictionary distribution to the third graders in Emporia schools. Our Rotary Club has been doing this for many years.
December 5 Meeting - GUEST DAY
The program - Miss Kansas Kristian Fish 
Bring guests who would like to hear and meet Miss Kansas
Daughters, Grand Daughters, Neighbor's daughters, Wives, Co-Workers, Colleagues , Friends..........
Sign-up sheet at our meetings this month.
Rotarian Sam Purohit represented the Rotary Club of Emporia at the District 5710 Rotary Foundation Dinner. He reported that the speaker was Jim Mates.
Marv Kuehn is our Rotary Club's newest member. Marvin was a member of our Rotary Club in 1994 to 2008. We are happy to have Marv with us again! Thanks to Marshall Miller and Don Hill for being his sponsors.
Rotary International Weekly Update
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