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                Welcome to our Club!

           Geneva Lake West Rotary Club

                        Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 11:45 AM
Abbey Resort and Spa
269 Fontana Blvd
Fontana-on-Geneva Lake, WI 53125
United States of America
ZOOM MEETINGS ONLY (TBA) UNTIL AT LEAST JANUARY
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In person meetings suspended until January.  Zoom meetings only TBA.
 
DECEMBER 10     ZOOM MEETING      BFHS CHOIR WILL PERFORM
 
DECEMBER 17      TBD                             HOLIDAY FOOD ASSISTANCE
                                                                      DELIVERY
Freedom for Girls 2020 
You may or may not be aware of the Freedom for Girls program that is hosted by Pat and Steve Werner.  Steve is a long time Rotarian and he and his wife have been fundraising for this program for years.
 
I have attached the letter that they send out every year and also a link to their Facebook page where you can find more information about this important cause.
 
 
The Geneva Lake West Rotary Club makes an annual donation to this program but you can make your own donations to this organization, if you would like.  Donate HERE (send us an email that it is to be allocated to FFG)
 
We just wanted to share the information and let you know what other Rotarians are passionate about.
 
Thank you,
Heidi L. Alten, ​Secretary
Welcome our New Members:
 
Steve Hartmann
Beth Hartmann
Bob Milliman
 
All three sponsored by Don Holst and inducted on 9/24/2020
Speaker 9/10/2020 at Big Foot Inn (Pam Carper)
      Boys and Girls Club
      
 
Speaker 9/24/2020 at The Abbey (Kim Bushey)
      County Clerk (election update)
      
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