Posted on Jul 13, 2024
REMINDER! Regular Meeting location move

We are relocating our meetings back to the Roehl Auditorium at the Center for Life Enrichment at Shorehaven, due to extensive heating issues at the Clubhouse. Please tell guests and fellow Rotarians. The address is 1306 W. Wis. Ave., enter through the Center awning doors. We will be stationed in the Roehl until further notice. Thank you for your adaptable spirit at this time and Shorehaven apologizes for the inconvenience.

Club Assembly Monday at noon at the Roehl Auditorium
Rotary Foundation Donation
The Club donated $44,176.69 toward the Foundation. The annual contribution is used to fund our community and world contributions. Pictured, outgoing Pres. Bonnie Lewis-Tschannen and Foundation Pres. Leslie Olson.
District Governor Report
District 6270 consists of 57 Rotary clubs. Pete Bosch described Rotarians’ community outreach and their desire to make new friends, valued connections and perform needed service. Providing water to third world countries through a Guatemalan trip was one of his most memorable experiences. He thanked Rotarians for their unmatched commitment in a variety of capacities.
Rotary Bingo at Shorehaven is July 22
5:30 p.m. Bring joy to nursing home residents’ lives
Aug. 15 Moonlit Movies downtown
Mike Menefee graciously agreed to head the booth downtown during the evening presentation of Wizard of Oz. Rotary will sell water for the crowd. Volunteers needed for this high profile, exciting opportunity. Email Mike to help at
Rotary’s 100th Year
Mark April 25, 2025 for the 100th celebration at the Golden Mast.
Bike Ride
Sept. 14 marks the Rotary bike ride, starting at Ski Slide Park south of Highway 16. Funds will be used to fund the new trail head. The committee is working hard and Dave Breckenfelder has tested all the routes. Posters and signs are available for posting. Still seeking ride sponsors in the $1,000, $600, and $300 categories.
Splash Pad
Ribbon Cutting was July 11. Congrats Splash Pad advocates!
Santas in Oconomowoc is Dec. 6 downtown with a Pub Crawl. Two years ago it raised $1,500 toward the Scholarship Fund.