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Alaska's Little Norway on the Inside Passage

Petersburg

Service Above Self

Wednesday 12:00 p.m.
Salvation Army Hall
N. Second Street and Fram Street
PO Box 1172
Petersburg, AK  99833
United States of America
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What's New with Our Club

Rotary differs from other service organizations because Rotary has a specific plan to transform the planet by bring more stability and peace throughout the world by focusing our humanitarian efforts in six specific areas. 

 

The Pyramid below, identifies the six areas. 

Pictured Rotarians Dave Berg, John Birks and President Desi Burrell presenting grant award to Brandi Heppe director of the Petersburg Childrens Center, Also pictured some of our future Rotarians and precious cargo of the Petersburg Childrens Center.
Club President David Byrne, L, pictured with Lt. John Birks of the Petersburg Salvation Army, display trophies Rotary earned in 2014 and 2015. The Petersburg Rotary Club raised the most money of all bell ringers two years in a row.

President Kilkenny presented a cake and offered kind words to Rob Thomason on his last meeting as a Petersburg Rotarian. He and his Bride (Susan) are moving to Bend, Oregon.

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The ideal candidate is a mid-career professional, looking for training that will gear them up for a substantial role in peace and conflict resolution in their neighborhood, our country, region, or the world.

One of the pillars of Rotary service is our support of the Intl. Rotary Foundation which works to support initiatives such as clean water, literacy, health, and polio eradication.   You can support our club's goal of 100% participation.

Consider making your donation of $100 or more to the Rotary Foundation Annual Programs fund to become a Paul Harris Sustaining Member for the 2014-2015 Rotary year.

"Every Rotarian Every Year" is our goal.   Have you already become Paul Harris Sustaining Member for the 2014-2015 Rotary Year?  Will you be next?  (If you have given directly to the Foundation via their website or other method for the 2014-2015 Rotary year, please let Chad Wright know so he can include your name as appropriate.

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President Elect
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
Immediate Past President
Salmon Bake Chairman
Youth Exchange Lead
Youth Exchange Officer
Membership
Kids Don't Float Chairman
Manor Christmas Chairman
Road Clean Up Chair
Scholarships
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Duck Race Chairman
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Board 2018/2019
President
Thornburg, Chandra
 
President Elect
Kludt-Painter, Erica
 
Past President
Wright, Chad
 
Sergeant At Arms
Mason, John
 
Vice President
Loesch, Ronald
 
Treasurer
Upshaw, Loni
 
Secretary
McGrath, Bennett
 
Member At Large
Burrell, Desi
 
Committee/Meeting Responsibilities 2018/2019
Weather Report
Welde, Douglas
 
YE Update
Murrison, Nancy
 
Membership
Burrell, Desi
 
Grants
Dillman, Karen
 
Scholarship
Loesch, Anne
 
Rotary Rose Chair
Cummings, Joyce
 
Salmon Bake Chair
Braun, Rick
 
By-Laws Chair
Thornburg, Chandra
 
Duck Race Chair
Berg, Dave
 
Manor Christmas Chair
Wright, Chad
 
Kid's Don't Float Chair
Kludt-Painter, Erica
 
Salvation Army Kettle Bell Ringing
Mason, John
 
Road Clean Up Chair
Welde, Douglas
 
Website Chair
Berg, Dave
 
 

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