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Club Information

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 of America
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Are you ready to share some love???
The deadline has been extended!
 
 
Not for profit organizations are invited to partner with us in fund raising, even as you get your name out there, and have some fun creating your awesome lip sync video!
 
We told you this was coming – the first annual #looselipsync contest and love fest.  Now it’s time for your organization to step up to the plate, share some love, and raise some money for all the good work our organizations do in Queen Anne’s County.
 
The process is simple:  round up some “syncers” and a cell phone videographer who has the YouTube app, and record your group lip synching along to a favorite tune.  Upload your video to YouTube and fill out the form found at https://form.jotform.com/90917021420143 including the share link from YouTube.* Submit the form by clicking the button at the bottom.  DEADLINE:  June 4.
 
Our webpage will go live as soon as the first videos are received, and remain open for voting until June 21.  By the way, votes are available in blocks of seventeen, for a dollar a vote.
 
Help us – and yourself -- even more by sharing our video with your social media friends on Facebook and Instagram.  #looselipsync #lovinqueenannes # insert name of your club #centrevillerotary
 
You might post on Facebook, for instance, with some or all of the following:  just be sure to include the link to our webpage and the contest.
 
[Name of your organization] will sharing the love here in Queen Anne’s County, and we need your votes to raise awareness -- and dollars.  Follow this link to the webpage for the Rotary Club of Centreville, Maryland, and vote for us with your dollars. 
 
 
Centreville Rotary is known in the community for Rotary House, scholarships for our students, dictionaries for third graders, Wells for Life, and support for a wide variety of organizations in Queen Anne’s as well as participation in national and international projects such as the elimination of polio, a signature project for Rotary.  While the club will retain a percentage of your voting dollars to accomplish their own good work, [name of your organization] will earn 25% of the take.
 
Vote early and often!
 
 
On the form, notice that you have 100 words to give important details about your organization that will be shared on the voting page, another way to get the word out about your organization. 
 
You can either pay online through our safe Square store, or mail a check to Centreville Rotary, P.O. Box 533, Centreville MD 21617.  Registration is only $27.00.  What are you waiting for?
 
Please note that your video should not be longer than four minutes (even that is a lot for some people’s attention spans) and that all content, lyrics and performances alike, need to be family friendly.  We reserve the right to withhold any video deemed inappropriate.
 
Get syncing!
 
#looselipsync
#lovinqueenannes
#centrevillerotary
 
 
 
Announcement of 2019 Artisans Festival.
The Centreville Rotary Club is pleased to announce their 48th Annual Artisan Festival to be held on Saturday, October 5th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm and Sunday, October 6th from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.  For the 3rd year, this Community Event will be held at Chesapeake College, Wye Mills located at the intersection of Rts 50 and 213.
Over 50 artists from the Delmarva Area will be selling original works of art ranging from paintings, wood work, pottery and an array of beautiful works.  
This is a FREE event for all ages.  Children's activities will be available as well as a food court.  It's a fun time for all.
Donations are accepted at the entrance and all proceeds go to support scholarships for high school students, operational support of the local home for victims of domestic violence, Lifetime Wells International (a clean water project in Africa) and other local charitable organizations.
Application and Rules for participation can be found on the front page of the website.  For more information contact Chris Perkins at 410-978-0198.
The Centreville Rotary Club awarded its Citizen of the Year Award to George "Smokey" Sigler  at the club's breakfast on Thursday, July 29, 2017. Pictured from left to right.   Rich Graves, District Governor for Rotary District 7630, John Walden, President Centreville Rotary Club and Citizen of the year George Sigler.   
 
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.
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.
 
 
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
 
 
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