Stories tagged with: Zanesville noon Rotary Club

July 14, 2015 - 6:44pm
1 week 6 days ago

Zanesville Noon Rotary Club has a new President.

Stacy Clapper has been the President of the club since July first of this year. Clapper tells us about some of her plans that the future will bring.

"There are some goals that need to be met and that includes making an adjustment to attendance, and changing it to engagement touch points." said Clapper.

Clapper said that they will work toward making Rotary more of an active club rather than just meetings on Tuesdays...

August 20, 2013 - 5:24pm
1 year 48 weeks ago

The club is bringing a fellow Rotarian and motivational speaker to town next month and they're inviting the community. The topic will be, "How to interest someone in 15 seconds."

"The Noon Rotary Club of Zanesville is very excited to host one of our own. Rotarian from Troy, Michigan. His name is Michael Angelo Caruso," said Mollie Crooks, president of the club. "He is going to be in Ohio and he's willing to share his gift of being a communication consultant...

July 23, 2013 - 4:47pm
2 years 4 days ago

Tuesday's speaker at the Noon Rotary Club of Zanesville discussed the need for an alpaca industry and how it would drive back business to the United States.

"Our alpaca farm is a breeding farm," said Jaime Morgan, Marketing Director of The Alpacas of Spring Acres. "Currently in the United States, there's probably a little over 300,000 alpacas and we need a million to create an industry here in the United States."

You can make everything from sweaters, scarves...

April 30, 2013 - 5:24pm
2 years 12 weeks ago

An exchange program brings young professionals from Peru to the United States.

The Group Study Exchange Team is made of five Peruvian professionals who were brought to the US by different rotary clubs. Tuesday, the Noon Rotary Club of Zanesville had them give a demonstration about their country. Team leader Dolly Parra believes these trips are educational.

"It's important because it allows both cultures to integrate with each other to break down the stereotypes, for examples...

December 22, 2012 - 12:25pm
2 years 31 weeks ago

Two local organizations brought Christmas to those who can't be home for the holidays this year...

The Zanesville Noon Rotary and Economy Linen teamed up to bring presents to patients at Genesis Good Samaritan Hospital Saturday morning.

"Everyone wants to be home, particularly at the holidays, and so, this is a great way just to remind them that people in the community are thinking about them at this time of year, and just spread a little bit of good will," said Rotary...

September 5, 2012 - 4:57pm
2 years 46 weeks ago

The Zanesville Noon Rotary Club is giving back to needy people the community.

The club purchased a hog from the Muskingum County Fair, had it processed and then donated the meat to Christ's Table.

Rotarian John Parker said sausage and pancakes were served Wednesday to those who walk in the door as well as homebound meal recipients.

"I understand that Christ's Table will do about 400 meals in a day and with the homebound and people who come in," said Parker, and I...

August 28, 2012 - 3:22pm
2 years 47 weeks ago

Rotary received a boost of motivation at their Tuesday meeting.

The Noon Rotary Club had a chance to receive a motivational pep talk from local speaker Phil Zehms. Zehms is a member of the Zanesville day Break Rotary Club, this was his first time to speak at the noon meeting.

"I love coming out to groups and organizations and talking about motivational things and finding out what's going to help motivate them and help them improve themselves and improve their group or...

July 31, 2012 - 4:32pm
2 years 51 weeks ago

The Tuesday noon Rotary Club in Zanesville had a special visitor Tuesday.

District Governor Michael Brown was in town to reinforce where rotary is going this year and to help the club with their various projects. This year's theme is peace through service.

"Within Rotary, we all bring peace to various people within our community through the service that we provide. Whether it's an individual, a group of people, an organization, or whatever so every club is involved with...

July 10, 2012 - 2:41pm
3 years 2 weeks ago

One local organization received information on proper social networking procedures in the workplace.

Jim Evans, founder of JK Evans and Associates spoke to the Zanesville noon Rotary club today about new policies in regards to social media, representing employers but also protecting the interests of employees as well.

"They have certain rights to talk about issues among their co-workers but also trying to balance that with the interests of the employer who may feel that some...

June 26, 2012 - 5:24pm
3 years 4 weeks ago

One local club is celebrating a new president Tuesday afternoon.

The Tuesday noon Rotary Club of Zanesville held it's final meeting with John Hill as president. During his year Hill is most proud of his work with the community through fundraisers.

"A couple of the projects I'm really proud of is our Gun Fest project. It's a fundraiser, we're trying to establish it as one of our premiere fundraising events so we can do some of our community service projects," said...

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