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Your Fellow Rotarian - Aimee Fifarek

Librarian Aimee Fifarek brings a wealth of experience to Rotary Club of Youngstown, and has a few good stories about her brushes with fame. Don’t wait for the book – read this now!
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Your Fellow Rotarian - Bill Lawson

RCY Past President Bill Lawson was inspired by three other past presidents to join Rotary. Read on to learn more about his other inspirations – history, family, community – and his knack for knowing someone wherever he goes. 
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Your Fellow Rotarian - Gayle Catinella 2020-10-02 04:00:00Z 0
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Your Fellow Rotarian - Barbara Brothers

This week, we become better acquainted with Barbara Brothers, whose passion for education continues beyond her career. She loves the Youngstown of today and shares great stories about the Youngstown of her childhood, including trolley car rides into downtown.
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Rotary Speakers August 19, 2020 - Sr. Ann McManamon, H.M.

We had the opportunity to hear from Sr. Ann McManamon, H.M. of the Dorothy Day House on how the organization is helping to feed those in need during Covid-19.

To support this important work, Rotary Club of Youngstown President Samantha Turner presented Sr. McManamon with a $1,500 check for the purchase, preparation, and packaging of food for takeout for its clients. 

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Your Fellow Rotarian - Bob Siffrin

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Although he's not a Youngstown native, The Very Reverend Robert J. Siffrin has been a leader in our community for many years as well as in the church.  He is currently the diocesan administrator for the Youngstown Catholic Diocese, a role he will hold until a new bishop can be named.  For a priest, he has a very interesting relationship with the art of song.
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Rotary Speaker August 5, 2020 - Andrew Wingard Aimee Fifarek 2020-08-10 04:00:00Z 0 Andrew Wingard,Social Justice,YSU,black lives matter,equality diversity inclusion
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Det. Sgt. Michael R. Cox - July 22, 2020

Our program was Michael R. Cox a Detective Sgt of 21.5 years from the Youngstown Police Dept.  Currently assigned to Detective Bureau and mainly investigate crimes committed against a person. He is currently the President of Youngstown Police Ranking Organization, President of Struthers School Foundation for Educational Excellence and the former Vice President of Struthers Rotary Community Corps. 
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Island Inspiration! November Fundraiser for Rotary District 6650's International Project, the Dominica Mission Trip

Posted by Heidi Daniel

ImageSupport District 6650's Dominica Mission Trip Project and have a night of Caribbean magic! 

When: November 14th, 2013 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm.  

Where: Caribbean Pools & Hot Tubs, 4728 Mahoning Ave. Youngstown, OH 

There will be appetizers provided by Flambeaus Caribbean Take-Out.  There will be a full buffet and cash bar.  Island music provided by DJ Dr. Goo. 

Brought to you by the Youngstown Rotary Beers Cheers and Gears, Austintown Rotary Club & Polish Youngstown Polish Happy Hour.  

The suggested donation is $5/ person, plus children's hygiene supplies or g rated dvd's.   

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Facebook Fun

Posted by Heidi Daniel

You know the saying that it takes a village to raise a child?  Well, it also takes a an entire Rotary Club to make the Facebook page interesting, too.  You may see me running around our meetings trying to take pictures of people speaking, or new members.  I'd like for you ALL to run around and get pictures of Rotarians doing fun, interesting Rotary type things.  You can then post the picture to your Facebook page and tag Youngstown Rotary, and we'll make sure it gets added to our timeline.  

We want to look like the fun, happening club we are on our social media presence, so get out there and snap away!  And sit in the front of the room. Not only will you make President Scott happy, but all the cool kids do it and it looks great for those pics!  


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Betty Bannon discussed this at our meeting. It is a great story, so I also wanted to share it here. This ride is in honor of her late son.  In addition, several past Rotarians who have passed away of ALS were remembered at our last meeting. 

Dear Friends,

This summer will be the fifth year in a row that Team Bannon will bike the Tri-State Trek--270 miles in three days from Boston to New York--to raise money to help find a cure for ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. We have been training hard, and will ride July 19, 20 and 21, 2013.

Team Bannon began in 2009 after my sister Lisa and I lost our brother, Chuck, to ALS after a three-year battle. We vowed to continue riding until we raise enough money to find a cure or treatment. Last year, Hugh Macdonnell, whose mother-in-law is afflicted with ALS, joined our team for the first time. This year we are expanding further to eight..yes eight the word spreads about this challenging ride that has done so much to raise awareness and funding for ALS research. In recognition of this expansion, we are renaming the team Crush ALS/Team Bannon.

Thanks to your generosity last year, Team Bannon exceeded our fundraising goals, raising over $25,000 and making us one of the Trek's top fundraisers. This year, we'd like to raise another $25,000 and surpass $100,000 total that we've raised since we began riding in 2009. This impressive amount has come from truly grassroots donations--$10 to $1000 donations--from hundreds of our friends and family. It's come from all of you.

And it's making a difference. As you remember from last year, ALS TDI, the Boston-based research lab which sponsors and utilizes our funds from the Trek, had discovered two compounds to be promising treatment candidates for ALS. Well ALS TDI recently launched its first human clinical trial, and this very month, the trial is enrolling patients in four centers across the country. By the time we start riding the Trek, ALS patients will be testing this potential treatment - a significant accomplishment in the fight against this mysterious disease, which currently has no treatment or cure.

Please consider supporting me in our Trek by going to the following link and contributing:

We will have a Facebook page this year (thanks to my niece Nell) so you can follow us on this amazing journey:

If you'd like to write a check, please make it out to Tri-State Trek/Breen Bannon and mail it to me at 3478 Bentwillow Lane, Youngstown, Ohio 44511, or give to me.

Thank you in advance. You make a difference. I am proud and humbled by your generosity.

Never give up!
[CRUSH ALS team bannon]


Hugh, Lisa & Breen 2012 Tri-State Trek

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