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Serving Berea, Middleburgh Heights
and Olmstead Falls
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Baldwin Wallace University
Student Union - Colony Room
unless indicated elsewhere**

For further information contact:
Matthew Lombardi
440-476-8645
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MAKEUP? All Rotary clubs have an attendance requirement. If you know you will miss a meeting, plan to attend another club to make up the missed meeting. Attending another club's meeting can be a truely rewarding experience. You will feel welcome.

Locally:
•Strongsville Rotary: 7:15am, Fridays at the Strongsville Recreation Center.

•Brunswick: 7:15am, Thursdays at the Winking Lizard on 303.

•Lakewood & Rocky River: Noon, Mondays at the Rocky River Civic Center.

Lakewood & Rocky River Sunrise: 7:15am Wednesdays Rocky River Memorial Hall

•West Shore (Fairview Park, North Olmsted, West Park): Noon, Tuesdays at the 100th Bomb Group.

•North Royalton - Broadview Heights: 7:15am, Wednesdays at Mom's Deli & Grille.

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Berea OH 44017
440-234-5966

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440-503-2121

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Meeting Information:
Tuesdays 6:30 PM
Baldwin Wallace University
Student Union - Colony Room

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Rotary International is the largest service organization in the world with over 1.2 million members in 162 countries who contribute their time and money toward the advancement of international understanding, goodwill and peace. Rotarians are persons who look beyond themselves to their community, nation and the world.

The Berea Rotary Club undertakes a wide variety of projects including awarding three scholarships annually to one student from Berea-MidPark High School, Olmsted Falls High School and Polaris Vocational Career Center. Rotarians also support; Church Street Ministries; Clothing Drive; Thanksgiving Meal Program; Rotaract Club; the Southwest Community Access Network and many more community projects.

Funds to help support these programs are raised through an annual Reverse Raffle and Silent Auction, Spring Plant Sales, Shred Fest collections, Electronic Roundup collections and the Lou Groza Charity Golf Outing.

Numerous opportunities are available for new members to get involved in community programs as well as those in Northeast Ohio and of a national and international nature. Membership is by invitation, and members are chosen to represent their respective business or profession providing a cross section of the Berea, Middleburg Heights and Olmsted Falls Communities. Weekly meetings are held on Tuesdays at 6:30 PM at the BW University Colony Room. Visitors are welcome.

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