Welcome to the Rotary Club of Rockwell City

 
Are you community minded and would like to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with an energetic group that shares your drive to give back.
 
 
Club News
 
 
Really interesting and fun program today at Rotary. Our Rotary friend Darcy Maulsby spoke to us about “Iowa Amazing Garden Stories”

Our District Governor Carole Bernhard visited our club Friday. She delivered a great message describing Rotary’s role in the District and in the world! Thank you DG Carole for your leadership!

 
Rotarians delivered dictionaries to third graders at SCC Elementary School.
The dictionaries are for each student to keep.  The kids were beyond excited
to receive the dictionaries !
 
 
 
 
 
Had a great turn out for Trunk or Treat held
at Champion Chrysler Center !
 
Hosted by Lowell and Peg Stoolman !
 
Tyjah Sease & Adrianna McCusker. Attended RYLA this past summer. They shared their experience with the
Rockwell City Rotary Club. The main speaker for the week encouraged the kids to take a deep look at themselves
& realize what makes them unique. They stepped out of their comfort zones and made many new and lasting
friendships. 

 

The winner of the Rotary “Citizen of the Year” was honored at our Friday Noon meeting.
Thank you Deb Foster for all you do!
 

Rockwell City Rotary Club has awarded a "Citizen of the Year" award, for a number of years. Many deserving people have received this award!

This year our club decided that we should award a "Youth Citizen of the Year" award in each of the three SCC school buildings. There are a number of deserving students in each school building. Each  building's staff was asked to nominate one student. Listed below are the three recipients. We apologize that we did not get a photo of the High School recipient.

High School Youth Citizen of the year was Caleb Blair

The Middle School recipient was Hayden Stickrod.

The Elementary recipient was Reagan Lynch.

 

Each student received a small gift from Rotary and had their name engraved on a plaque to be displayed in each school.

 

 

 

 

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