Monday, JULY 5, 2021

This month Rotary International has asked us to focus on This month Rotary International has asked us to focus on its new leadership. One option to grow as a leader is the Rotary Leadership Institute.  Explore this topic with us at our meeting Wednesday at noon at MVR or virtually via Zoom. 
The  Zoom ID is: 330 967 0456

Our Weekly Meetings

Last week's event: 
  • Robert A. Manchester II Club Leadership Award: Elayne Bozik & Operation Pollination Committee 
  • Charles F. Owsley President's Award: Aundrea Cika Heschmeyer and the Communications Committee
  • Edward J. Hulme New Member Award: Gerri Jenkins
See more pictures of the President's Dinner HERE
This week's meeting:
2021-22 Rotary Officer's Installation
3rd Annual Groundhog Craft Beerfest
Stambaugh Auditorium Parking Lot
July 10, 2021, 5 -9 PM
Sell Tickets for Beerfest
Together we can make this the best event yet! Everything you need to know about the Beerfest is available on the 3rd Annual Craft Beerfest Page #drinkforcharity 

Remember to tell your friends and family to get their tickets a


Rotary Night at the Indians 

While we missed last year, we are glad to announce the annual Rotary Night at the Indians is back now and raising money for End Polio Now.
On July 22, 2021, the Cleveland Baseball team will play the Tampa Bay Rays. And Rotary will be there too—in the Terrace Club! Join us to walk on the field with “End Polio Now “t-shirts, have the First pitch raffle, and other exclusive raffle auctions. Now we just need YOU!!! Grab a friend and make your reservations today HERE!
Why the Rotary Year begins July 1
Rotary’s first fiscal year began the day after the first convention ended, on 18 August 1910. The 1911-12 fiscal year also related to the convention, beginning with the first day of the 1911 convention on 21 August. The term “Rotary year” has been used to signify Rotary's annual administrative period since at least 1913. Learn more about it HERE

Rotary Magazine 


This Rotary issue introduces us to Rotary’s new President: Shektar Mehta. Mehta asks us to “grow more and do more.” “Dream Weaver” is the title given him and the essay that sets forth his accomplishments. Happy Schools, an amazing program that seeks to end illiteracy in India, is just one of his many initiatives. Read the testimonies by those who know him and his work and through his example of service and fellowship be inspired to dream of how we might continue to grow and contribute to the work of Rotary locally and internationally.





July 1, 1976: RCY Past President and Past District Governor Robert A. Manchester II began his year as Rotary International President.


Rotary Anniversaries:
Becky Mottram - 1 year
Becky Davis - 6 years
Ron Faniro - 15 years
Fred Owens - July 6
Josh Prest - July 3

The mighty oak is truly a giant of the plant kingdom.
Not only do they sustain a crucial and complex web of wildlife above ground, they are as impressive underground producing enormous root systems that make them champions of carbon sequestration, and watershed management.
It's true. They sustain everything from acorn-collecting woodpeckers to caterpillars that dazzle like jewels.
Oak trees (also pollen producers!) support more life forms and interactions than any other tree genus in North America?
Welcome Message from new District Governor   
"I think it is important that our clubs have plans to rebuild, reflect, revitalize, and reinforce for the present and the future. There is a popular adage often attributed to Benjamin Franklin, the father of time management: "failing to plan is planning to fail." Planning is essential to achieving success in all areas of life, including our government, businesses, educational communities, for our residents, and especially for Rotary as our clubs strive to become better." 
- Steve Wilder, Governor
District 6650 2021-22
Welcome Back Event!
Sunday, August 29, 2021, 1- 5 PM
2260 International Pkwy, North Canton, OH 44720
Includes free admission, food & fellowship  
Best Wishes from
Zone 30-31 Director Floyd Lancia
"As we move into a new Rotary year, as I think back on the past two years the word that comes to mind is appreciation. To all who allowed me to be part of their Rotary family, I’m thankful.  At this challenging time for our members, our organization, our communities, and our families, I can’t imagine anyone more capable to hand the baton to than RID Elizabeth Usovicz. I look forward to our paths crossing in whatever new role or assignment is in store for each of us." Read his whole letter here
Rotary International 
Convention 2022
Houston, Texas
June 4-8 
Registration is open and hotel rooms are filling up! Now is the time to reserve your spot to attend this incredible gathering of the world's Rotarians this time next year. Learn more about it here
July is New Leadership Month
Each year Rotary Clubs and Districts across the globe induct new leaders. Our leaders exemplify all of the qualities that make our members extraordinary; integrity, expertise, and commitment to service. 
Rotary develops leaders by providing opportunities for all members to provide service to our local communities and communities across the globe. With that service comes a learning experience in the areas of leadership, team building, planning, marketing, communication, and organization.
Serving as a Club or District officer or committee member provides an opportunity to enrich your leadership skills by sharing experiences and ideas with other Rotarians throughout the region.
Russell Hampton
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Welcome to Youngstown Rotary

Service Above Self

Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
Wick Park Pavilion
260 Park Avenue
Youngstown, OH 44504
United States of America
(330) 743-8630
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