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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Western Johnson County!
 
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Club breakfast meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:15 - 8:30 am at Eggtc!, 7182 Renner Blvd, Shawnee, KS. 
 
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September Breakfast Meeting – Rebuilding Together Shawnee!

Join us Tuesday, September 12th, for our September club breakfast meeting at Eggct! (Renner Rd at Midland Drive & I-435), at 7:15am.

Our guest speakers will be Ron Freyermuth and Neal Sawyer, co-presidents of Rebuilding Together Shawnee, one of the organizations that our club supports.

Founded in 2007, Rebuilding Together Shawnee seeks to inspire the citizens of Shawnee to make a difference in their community and the lives of their neighbors, helping residents in need live independently with dignity. From maintenance to housing repairs and rehabilitation, the organization aims to help homeowners live safely and independently. Rebuilding Together Shawnee is an affiliate of Rebuilding Together, the nation’s largest volunteer home rehabilitation organization consisting of more than 200 affiliates across 46 states.

Part of their mission statement reads: “The organization is committed to helping the elderly, disabled and economically disadvantaged residents of Shawnee live independently with dignity. From a grateful heart, we lend a hand to man.”

The Rotary Club of Western Johnson County is pleased to present our annual Charity Golf Tournament on Thursday, September 21st, 2017 at Falcon Valley Golf Course!
 
Proceeds from the event will benefit our local children's safety organization, Charlie's House (http://charlieshouse.org/).
 
Sign up is open to individuals and teams of 4.  If you sign up individually you will be paired with other golfers on the day of the event. Spectators are encouraged to cheer you on and invited to dinner for a minimal fee/donation.
More information about the event, including a sign-up link, can be found on our website at:  http://westjocorotary.org/page/2017-charity-golf-fundraiser
 
There is also information on our website for those individuals and organizations that would like to expand their support of the event and become a sponsor (or you can click HERE to access the sponsor flyer)!  
 
Special thanks to the following sponsors that have already committed:
  • Nationwide Insurance - The Marla Williams Agency - Cart Sponsor
  • Edward Jones - Nick Wilson - Hole #1 and beverage tent sponsor
  • CompAlliance Managed Care - Jim Weir - Meal Sponsor
We look forward to seeing you at this fun event for a great cause!  Please sign up as soon as you can and forward this message to your friends and associates so we can appropriately plan for the food.  
 
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