Posted on May 22, 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.

Remember those who served this Memorial Day.
Memorial Day Parade begins at 10 a.m. after American Legion Post ceremony at City Beach.
Our new Rotarians are funny, smart and committed!
“My life is defined by stupid luck,” new Rotarian Ahlke Heydemann told her peers. The brilliant research analyst lauds Penn State, National Institute of Health, and University of Chicago as some of her career launchers,  teaching medical and graduate school and researching cures for Muscular Dystrophy. Clinical trials, cell transplants and unlimited data led her passion for helping others fight debilitating diseases. Describing herself as a speed addict as a kid, in biking, skiing, soccer and rugby, Heydemann now has set her sights on retirement. She hopes to continue to teach on a collegiate setting. She found the perfect home and yard in Oconomowoc and wants to serve others in her new pursuits.
“Frustrations? I don’t really have any frustrations.” Dr. Michael Sereno described the joys of serving as Superintendent of Schools, and expounded on the OASD’s career based learning strategies. He said few communities wrap themselves around the school district as Oconomowoc does. Always striving to improve the learning community, Sereno takes great pride in leading five elementary schools, two intermediate schools and one high school, covering three counties. After gaining a new hip last summer, he’s attempting his tennis game again. He enjoys tackling obstacles and turning hurdles into opportunities.
Become a Director on our Board!
Rotary is seeking new board members! If you have an interest in leading our terrific, dynamic organization, call Chris Young at 262-719-4916 to become a board member!

Rotary’s 100th Year
Mark April 25, 2025 for the 100th celebration at the Golden Mast.

Changing of the Guard
Incoming president Katie Quirk announced she will host the Changing of the Guard at her lovely lake home June 24 at 5:30 p.m.

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.

Splash Pad
Fundraising continues for this exciting new project.