The Lexington Rotary Club Endowment is the entity through which the Rotary Club of Lexington carries out its philanthropic activities without regard to race, creed, color, sex, nationality or age. It is established to receive and disburse funds in support of the vocational, community and international avenues of Rotary Service. The Endowment Fund in providing partial funding and implementation of these philanthropic activities will directly serve young people, aged and disadvantaged persons and other groups.
Where will you be as a Rotarian in two years? Will you help your club through your Rotary Leadership Institute enhanced knowledge and leadership skills?
The Rotary Leadership Institute A series of quality fast-paced, interactive, one-day courses designed to increase a Rotarian’s base knowledge of Rotary Courses are fun, topical and geared toward busy business and professional Rotarians who want to become more effective leaders. Leadership skills obtained through the Institute benefit Rotarians professionally as well. Courses are facilitated by experienced Rotarians who have served Rotary in a multitude of leadership positions.
The Process: The Institute is offered by D6740 on a Saturday in the fall and winter. There are three one-day parts. Rotarians register for Part I followed by Parts II and III. Each Part is $50 at registration and includes session materials, continental breakfast and lunch. The next Institute will be held on January 27, 2018 at Four Points Sheraton on Stanton Way in Lexington. Attendees may register online at www.hoa-rli.org For more information or questions, contact Judy W. Marcum, D6740 RLI Co-Coordinator at 859.608.9646 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rotary Club of Lexington will be hosting the eighth annual “Dancing with the Lexington Stars” on May 12, 2018, at the Marriott Griffin Gate Resort and Spa.
This sensational event will feature community leaders paired with Arthur Murray Professional Dancers in a fun competition to support a group of wonderful charities including:
Surgery on Sunday (major beneficiary) • Aviation Museum • Baby Health Services • Boy Scouts Camp Hors’n Around • Child Development Center of the Bluegrass • Children’s Advocacy Center Easter Seals Cardinal Hill • Explorium • Girl Scouts • GleanKY • God’s Pantry Food Bank KY Horse Park Foundation • Lexington Habitat for Humanity • Lexington Hearing & Speech Lexington History Museum • Lexington Public Library • Lexington Theatre Company • Life Adventure Center • Mary Todd Lincoln House • Mission Lexington • OperaLex • OWL Inc Radio Eye • Reading Camp • Salvation Army • Seedleaf • Six Treasures Ministries • St. James Place • The Nest • YMCA