Rotary Club of Centreville - MD

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Welcome to our Club!

Centreville

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 7:30 AM
Centreville United Methodist Church
608 Church Hill Rd.
Rte. 305 & 213
Centreville, MD  21617
United States
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This week's meeting on Thursday, July 30th, will feature Mark Anderson, County Commissioner for Queen Anne's County.  He will give us a short update on the state of our county. 
 
We also want to thank Rich Graves and his bride, Kim, for hosting a wonderful party at their home this past Saturday.  Beautiful sunshine, fellowship and good food was had by all.  And special Thanks to Karen Marshall for helping us with the preparation and planning.
 
Also want to remind everyone to check your contact list for new partners for our Report to the Community.  This is our largest fundraiser of the year.  From this,  we are able to support our scholarships for high school students.  We Need Your Help.  Please consider becoming a benefactor, too!  We have a lot of worthy projects we want to support this year.
 
See you Thursday!
 

 
Please attend this week's meeting at 7:15 pm to retake our Club's picture for the Report to the Community.
Our guest speaker for Thursday's meeting this week is Michael Lee.  Michael presented to our club a few months ago about his service project for 4H.  Michael's project is to replace the current swing set at the 4H park.  He will update the club and let us know how we can help him to complete his project.
Also during this meeting, we will have access to this website so we can take pictures and update our personal information. 
 
We also encourage you to keep working on securing Partners in Service for our current Report to the Community.  This is one of our most important fundraisers of the year.  We need everyone's effort to make this a successful effort.
 
Thank you - Chris
 
 

 
Congratulations to Shelby Haggerty of Queen Annes County High school who was the recipient of the Faye Lister Teen of Character Award.
 
 
Pictured here at the County Commissioners Meeting on May 26, 2015.
 

 
Congratulations to the Michael Schiwy Service Above Self Award Winners.
 
 
 
Left to Right:  Rachel Poad and Aaron Gestole of Queen Anne’s County High and Madeline McCaslin and Stephen Woodall of Kent Island High
 

 
 
Imagine the sight of hundreds of American Flags massed at the corner of Rt 50 and Rt. 213 at Chesapeake College. We are excited to share an event we are kicking off to honor past and present military veterans and service members of all types including police, fire, and rescue personnel. The "Flags for heroes" endeavor will be one which honors individuals by displaying an American Flag in their name on Memorial Day weekend, through sponsorships from our local community members. the flags will be displayed Friday May 22nd through Monday May 25th as well as newspaper coverage for those names of the honored.
 
If you wish to participate you may elect to be an individual sponsor at $50 per person honored or  a corporate sponsor at $250, $500, or $1000. Donations are tax deductible and should be and payable to Centreville Rotary Community Fund and sent to P.O Box 533, Centreville, MD 21617. the money raised from this event goes right back in to the community in various ways through our work.
 
If you have questions please contact Lora Davis at 410-708-7160, Dick Sossi at 410-829-0500, or Brad Lundberg at 410-490-8837.
 
 
 
 

Mark your calendars for the Centreville Rotary Club's 12th annual clay shoot and raffle at PinTail Point in Queenstown, MD on Saturday May 9th from 9 am-2 pm.

Lundberg Builders will be sending a 4 man team to shoot. Drawing will be for a Beretta A300 Max4 12GA Shotgun or a one week stay in a Ocean City Oceanside Condo that sleeps 8.

To purchase tickets ($20/each or 3 for $45), sign up to shoot ($70), or sponsor a station ($100) contact our office at 410-643-3334.

Shooting prizes go to (4) Lewis Classes, Top 3 Juniors, Top 3 Ladies and Top Team

 

 

 

 

 

 
Becoming a member of Rotary International and the Centreville Rotary Club is very different than most of our civic and community affiliations.  The first surprise comes when one learns that you must be invited to join by a current member of the Rotary Club in your community.  And members are always seeking fellow professionals and community leaders to add strength and vision to the club’s program of work.
 
 
 
 
 
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