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Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 6:30 PM
Geneva, OH
United States of America
First and third Tuesdays
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Each year the Geneva Rotary Club honors the top 25 students of each class at the Breakfast of Champions, 2020 is the 25th year. We were unable to hold the Breakfast of Champions in person this year. However, with the help of high school teacher Mr. McQuoid, we were able to make a virtual presentation that was released on May 15th. 
Thank you so much to Ford Behm who had been leading this event for many years. Also, thank you to Geneva Superintendent Eric Kujala for reading all of the names.  
Here is The Breakfast of Champions link:
On Tuesday July 29th, Eric Kujala and Doug Wetherholt welcomed 4 Geneva High School graduates and recipients of the Geneva Rotary scholarship. Each shared their gratitude to Geneva Rotary on our generosity and support for their future endeavors in college!
The Next Meeting will be 6:00pm at Eddie's Grill hosted by Richard Dana! This is a fun social evening and great opportunity to bring along guests and family. We typically eat in the rear area. 
On Tuesday July 23rd, Vice President David Thomas welcomed US Census Representative Susan Licate to speak at the Rotary meeting. Susan shared about the upcoming 2020 US Census and how the impact of every count matters in Ashtabula County and elsewhere. She also was able to answer a variety of important questions from members regarding policies of the census. 
The Next Meeting will be 6:30pm at the Geneva State Lodge and will be presented by Doug Wetherholt and Eric Kujala hosting High School Rotary Scholarship winners. 
On Tuesday, July 16th President Alex Anderson welcomed Cooper Krieg. Cooper is a rising Freshman at Geneva High School who attended a STEAM Camp with the help of our Geneva Rotary Club. Cooper shared about his experience and gratitude to Rotary. 
Immediate Past President Jim Santiago also presented a photo slide show of his year in review from Dr. Mike. Jim formally gave Dr. Mike the Rotarian of the Year Award for his dedication and steadfastness to Geneva Rotary. 
Rotary Vice President David Thomas hosted volunteers with the Conneaut D-Day reenactment festival for his program on July 9th. Brenda and Debbie shared the reenactment is in its 20th year bringing 2,500 WWII reenactors and over 40,000 visitors to Ashtabula County during the weekend of August 16-17th. 
Tuesday's Rotary Club program was Natalie Frank, a rising freshman at KSU who received a Rotary Scholarship and spoke on her future plans for Speech Pathology. We also heard from President Alex Anderson on ideas for making our Club great in the 2019-2020 year. Beginning at our meeting on July 16th, the meeting schedule will be flipped, with members ordering from a pre-selected menu option during the Program and eating following hearing from our guest. For questions, please contact Alex Anderson. 
Dr. Lori Herpen spoke to the club about the free Remote Area Medical Clinic coming to Ashtabula April 20-22.  She shared a tremendous amount of information about RAM and how we are able to help with this outstanding project.  Anyone who is interested in volunteering can do so by signing up at Thank you Dr. Herpen for taking the time to speak with us.
Rotary Club of Geneva 
"Chocolate Fest 2018"
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Geneva High School
Tickets $5.00
Includes 5 Chocolate Samples
Philip Gerken introduced our guest speaker, Roger Corlett.  On January 16, 2018, Mr. Corlett spoke to the club about property taxes and recalculating property values.  This was a very informative presentation.  Thank you for taking the time to speak with us.
District Governor, Amy Kapostasy joined the Geneva Rotary Club at the annual Christmas Dinner on December 19, 2017.  Also in attendance was District Governor Elect, Beverly Ghent-Shrzynski.  Thank you for joining us for our Holiday Celebration.
At the meeting on October 17, 2017, Alex Anderson's program was Dennis Woodard, President of the Amboy Rifle Club.
Geneva Rotary prides itself in making a positive difference in our local community as well as having a positive impact in the lives of others on an international level.  At our October 3, 2017 meeting we discussed the great success of our 37th Annual Run for the Grapes and members of the Rotary Club of Oberlin visited our meeting to present Jack Hopkins with a check for his travel to Africa.
On September 26, 2017 we hosted the annual steak fry at Kiwanis Park in Geneva.  Thank you to Tim Mills for preparing the delicious meal and to Evan Jahn and Steve Vincent for organizing the event.
On September 12, 2017 The Geneva Rotary Club got the opportunity to tour the Waste Management Plant on Tuttle Road in Geneva.  Thank you to Evan Jahn who organized this activity for the club.
Officer Sterik visited the Geneva Rotary Club on Tuesday September 5th. He brought along Butch, his drug dog, who performed a search for drugs during the meeting.
The Geneva Rotary Club also received an award from the county commissioners recognizing the club for their efforts with the Life Skills/Life Consequences classes. 
50/50: Corinne, Doug, and Alex-Donated to Bleacher Project
Queen: $127 to James Mayer and Ford Behm
Mystery Gift (Arts Dinner Donated by James Mayer): Dan Drought
Next meeting is Tuesday September 12th at the Waste Management Landfill on Tuttle Rd. in Geneva. Meeting time is 5:45. Please contact Evan Jahn with questions. 
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