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Meetings
Club meetings are now held the 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month at 5:15 - 6:30 pm at the Blue Moose restaurant, Woodland Rd and K10 in Lenexa.
 
Club social is still the 4th Tuesday.   Please see our calendar for specific time/location information each month.
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Treasurer
Secretary
Rotary Foundation
Immediate Past President
Community Service and Projects
Social Media & Public Relations
Programs and Speakers
 
Links/Social Media
 
 
 
 
      
 
Rotary Club of Western Johnson County members met at member Marla Williams' home to compete in a club chili challenge. Winners will recreate their recipe for the Lenexa Chili Challenge in October 11-12.  Along with chili, club members also brought kids coats for donation to the Johnson County Christmas Bureau for the upcoming 2019 Holiday Shop held December 4-11, 2019. Rotary District Governor Jason Leib also dropped in our meeting for chili and conversation. Pictured: Mike McVey and his winning cornbread recipe, the spread of goodies, Jim Houvener and his winning traditional chili recipe.
 
Several members of the Rotary Club of Western Johnson County got up extra early Saturday, August 24 to volunteer with Johnson County Parks&Recreation Kid's Triathlon held at Kill Creek Park. The day started out very rainy but began to clear up by event start time. Club members were there to clap and encourage kids to complete their events. It was a fun and rewarding day helping in even a small way to make a big impact in our community's kids lives. Pictured: President Elect Kelly Vaille, President Jim Houvener and Sheila Houvener. Not pictured: Past President Kristin Johnson, Terri Johnson, Caroline Beecher, and Leslie Nelson.
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