Join us for our Spring 2018 Clear Creek Trail Cleanup!

Club members and family are invited for a nice walk along Clear Creek Park, Saturday, April 21. We will meet at Casey’s on the corner of Johnson and Woodland Drives, 8:20am. Then we will drive nearby to the park trail, and spend about an hour walking and cleaning up the grounds.  This is part of the Adopt-A-Spot program for the City of Shawnee!   Should be a beautiful morning, see you there!”
Everything is supplied (gloves, bags, etc.) – just bring your enthusiasm!
If you're planning to join us, please sign up on our Volunteer List by clicking HERE and entering your name on the "...Volunteer List" button, so we know to plan for you!  
More information about the cleanup program can be found at our Clear Creek Trail Cleanup page on our website:
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Welcome to our WJC Rotary Club - Terrie and Scott 2018-04-10 05:00:00Z 0
WJC Rotary Club Meeting Speaker on April 10: Stephanie Clayton Gary Proctor 2018-03-26 05:00:00Z 0
Shelly & Martin Merriam from Beef Jerky Outlet as guest speakers on March 13, 2018 2018-02-19 06:00:00Z 0
Susan Yockey inducted as new member to WJC Rotary Club 2018-02-19 06:00:00Z 0
In the last 5 years we have accomplished the following:
Donations given: >$15,000
Service Hours Worked: > 270 Hours
Funds Raised to our Rotary International Foundation for “Doing good” around the world - $29, 457
Funds Raised in our WJC Rotary Foundation for “Doing Good” in our community - $23, 181
2014 Accomplishments - $6,872 in donations, >36 hours Service Work
  • 2014 New House Shelter District Grant Project - Funds Donated: $4,094-67% from Dist. Grant, $2,768 from WJC Rotary Club Foundation, Total: $6,862; 8 hours Service work
  • 2014 Johnson County Christmas Bureau – 36 hours of Service work
2015 Accomplishments - > $5,000 in donations, >136 hours Service work
  • 2015 Lenexa Art Fair - Fun times and Community Involvement – 24 hours of Service work; $900 raised for Donations later
  • 2015 Malawi, Africa Project – Funds Donated: $3,180 from WJC Rotary Foundation
  • 2015 Safehome District Grant Project: - Funds Donated: $2,214-67% from Dist. Grant, $1,406 -$808 from WJC Rotary Club Foundation, Total: $2,214; 8 hours Service work
  • 2015 Chacala, Mexico International Project – 80+ hours of Service Work
  • 2015 Johnson County Christmas Bureau – 24 hours of Service work
2016 Accomplishments – > $5,500 in donations, > 100 hours Service work
2017 Accomplishments (TBD)
  • “Give A Hand Up” District Grant - Funds Donated: $3,012-67% from Dist. Grant, $2,004-$1,008 from WJC Rotary Club Foundation, Total: $3,012; 12 hours Service work
2018 Accomplishments
WJC Rotary Club Accomplishments Summary 2018-02-01 06:00:00Z 0
WJC Rotary Check Presentation to Charlie's House 2018-01-30 06:00:00Z 0
JD LaPierre will be our guest speaker on February 13, 2018
JD LaPierre will come speak at our club on Risk Management.
James D. LaPierre was appointed Regional Director in the FDIC's Kansas City Region in September 2005.  He has oversight of all aspects of risk management and consumer compliance supervisory activities for the region. The Kansas City Region encompasses the states of Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota
February 13, 2018 - Mr. James D. LaPierre 2018-01-28 06:00:00Z 0
Srinivas Kolli inducted as new member to WJC Rotary Club 2018-01-23 06:00:00Z 0
WJC Rotary Happy Hour & Learn about Rotary Foundation Meeting Jan 23'2018 2018-01-23 06:00:00Z 0
Join us Tuesday January 12, 2015 at the Grand Street Cafe in Lenexa to hear Stuart Ludlow of RFP 365 explain how he got started as an entrepreneur and learn all about reinventing RFP's. 
Stuart Ludlow, Co-Founder of RFP365 2016-01-12 00:00:00Z 0

 Join us Tuesday, October 13th at 5:30pm to hear Jim McGraw, former chief operating officer, corporate officer and board member of pharmaceutical firm Marion Laboratories, and  former  Chairman of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Board of Directors, a leading voice for quality education,entrepreneurism and free enterprise. Jim will present  LEAPP  II: Building  Blocks For Success.
 If you'd like to learn more about:
  •  Grit
  •  How to Make Good Decisions
  •  When NOT to Act Like an Executive 
  •  Other Effective Leadership Skills
Jim has received rave reviews from thousands of area business people, civic leaders, university students and community groups who have heard his original message of Leadership, Empathy and the Power of Persuasion.
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Join us at Falcon Valley Clubhouse where along with Johnson County, Shawnee and Lenexa Rotary Clubs we will host Rotary Day for PolioPlus. Admission is $10.00 which includes one drink, a burger, chipsand a cookie. There will be a short presentation on PolioPlus and Dr. Priti Lakhani, healthcare executive for Cerner's Physician Alignment Organization will speak about her climbing expedition to Mt. Kilamanjaro. This is a great opportunity to bring a friend. We will be passing the hat for donations to PolioPlus.
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Posted by Scott Hamele on Jul 29, 2015

Start-Up Rewind Entrepreneur Speaker Series

Entrepreneurship is a process of identifying and starting a business venture, sourcing and organizing the required resources and taking both the risks and rewards associated with the venture.
Our clubs next speaker is coming soon. Get inspired and learn about these great success stories of young companies. hear about their struggles and triumphs. 
If you are interested in being involved, please contact

Scott Hamele

Start-Up Rewind Entrepreneurial Speaker Series Scott Hamele 2015-07-30 00:00:00Z 0
Do you ever wonder what happens with Foundation funds Kelly Vaille 2015-05-05 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Kelly Vaille on Feb 28, 2015
The final number are not in yet but it looks like in spite of the ugly winter weather the brief escape to Brazil for Carnival was a success! A great time was had by all and our chosen charities will surely benefit from all the hard work and team effort of the club. Pictures will be posted soon. A big thank you to everyone for all the support in time and money, without you we couldn't pull this off.
ATWP A SUCCESS Kelly Vaille 2015-03-01 00:00:00Z 0
Chris Kuehl to speak March 3, 2015. Managing Director of Armada Corporate Intelligence, Dr. Chris Kuehl is a Managing Director of Armada Corporate Intelligence. He provides forecasts and strategic guidance for a wide variety of corporate clients around the world. He is the chief economist for several national and international organizations Fabricators and Manufacturers Association, National Association of Credit Management, Finance, Credit and International Business and the Business Information Industry Association.
Chris Kuehl to speak March 3, 2015 2015-03-01 00:00:00Z 0
Welcome to our newest member Jim Houvener - . Jim joins us from Midland, MI. He has been engaged in his community and past Rotary club as a member of the Board of the Chamber of Commerce and as a Foundation Chair. Look for more about Jim in the next newsletter.
Welcome to newest member - Jim Houvener Kelly Vaille 2015-02-18 00:00:00Z 0
Robert D. Caplinger, Author of "A Wild Irish Rose" The story of a young quixotic attorney who cleaned up the most corrupt county in Kansas (Atchison County in 1922) Mr. Caplinger shared the story of how he found and pieced together this dark chapter of Atchison County history. An Attorney himself, Caplinger came across the beginnings of the story while searching for details of the building of the first concrete road in Kansas. What he found was a story of corruption, political entrenchment and how one man led the battle to set things right in Atchison County.

Robert D. Caplinger, Author of "A Wild Irish Rose" talks about corruption in Atchison County 2015-02-07 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Kelly Vaille on Feb 06, 2015
Danielle Pfiester, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) Board Member for Wyandotte and Johnson Counties will be the guest speaker on February 17, 2015 "All children deserve a happy and healthy childhood; a home where they experience love, support, nurturing and growth. Sadly, the children CASA serves do not have such basic needs fulfilled. Their world includes drugs, domestic violence, abuse and neglect. Many have been removed from their families and all are feeling scared,confused and alone." Danielle will explain the mission of CASA, how advocates are trained and how volunteers are utilized to aid the children in the system and what the current need looks like in the community.
Danielle Pfiester from CASA Child Advocates to speak 02/17 Kelly Vaille 2015-02-07 00:00:00Z 0
A BIG THANK YOU to the following sponsors for the Around the World Party fundraiser. The major benefactor this year is Safe Home offering support for survivors of domestic violence.
Signature Drink [375]
Party Animal [600]
Lori Maher - Maher Group LLC
Jim Weir - Compalliance
Let's Do This [300]
​Amber Goering - Goering and Granatino, PA
​Jim Frost
John Khoury - Custom Foods Inc.
Joe Harrison
See Me! Game/Activity [200]
Susan F.Davis -  Edward Jones
Other Major Sponsors
Rick Williams LLC, Manufacturer's Rep, Klaussner Home Furnishings - Queen size Enso Sleep System, $2200.00 value
Craig Jorgensen - - Round of Golf, Falcon Ridge $280.00 value

Sponsors Are Showing Support for 4th Annual "Around the World Party" Fundraiser 2015-01-28 00:00:00Z 0
Posted on Jan 24, 2015

Shawn Kinkade full time certified Professional Business Coach and the President of Aspire Business Development, a business strategy, consulting and coaching company spoke to members and guests on January 6th sharing strategies for making the most of your business. Many members had that "ah ha" moment at one point or another during the presentation. Please take a look at a short clip of some of the tips that Shawn shared. 

Business Tips from Shawn Kincade 2015-01-25 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Kelly Vaille on Dec 26, 2014

Western Johnson County Club members were treated to a social gathering with a twist. A big shout out to Lori Maher, one of the original members of our club who hosted a "Between the Sheets" party on November 17th. This event had members and friends bring a set of sheets as a donation for the Johnson County Christmas Bureau. All together there were 42 sets of sheets in all different sizes collected, this allowed the Johnson County Christmas Bureau to provide both kids and parents sweet dreams and a comfortable sleep on brand new sheets. This event was also a great way to get to know fellow members of the club on a more social level.

On December 9th, club members and even some spouses stepped up again to help the Christmas Bureau with the Annual Christmas Shop. From pushing shopping carts to helping recipients make decisions on gifts, the club was represented well with 12 members and a couple of spouses participating in two different shifts.  

Western JoCo Rotary Helps out Johnson County Christmas Bureau Kelly Vaille 2014-12-27 00:00:00Z 0
Biggest Fundraiser of the Year - February 28th Scott Hamele 2014-12-27 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Kelly Vaille on Dec 26, 2014


Thanks to Susan Davis and Paul Mayo for coordinating the Western JoCo Rotary Club Christmas social event at Cellar & Loft, 525 Walnut, KCMO. It was a well attended, fun event and allowed members to get to know each other and spouses better. See our Facebook page for more photos.


Planning is well under way for the club's biggest fundraiser "Around the World Party" February 28, 2015. If you haven't signed up to help out please contact Marla asap. Also if you have any contacts out there that might be able to help out with sponsorship or auction items there is a letter here that you can distribute and don't forget to ask people to put up the flyer in their business windows,

Christmas Gathering - December 16th Kelly Vaille 2014-12-27 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Scott Hamele on Oct 13, 2014
We would like to introduce our newest Rotarian Nick Pickard. Club Spoinsor is Scott Hamele. Nick is an Associate with Newark Grubb Zimmer. Nick specializes in commercial real estate in the Kansas City area and provides both owner and tenant representation. Others shown in the picture is Club President Paul Mayo (left) and Membership Chair Jim Frost (right). Congratulation Nick and welcome to our club!! — with James- Jim Frost and Paul Mayo.

Nick Pickard inducted as new member Scott Hamele 2014-10-14 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Scott Hamele on Oct 13, 2014
Bart Redford is Assistant to the Director.  A graduate of the University of Kansas REES M.A. program, Bart Redford worked for a number of organizations while living in Russia, most notably IREX and American Councils for International Education. Prior to working at CREES he served as Associate Director of the KU Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER). While most of Bart's time at CREES is spent on administrative duties, he also teaches REES 110 Introduction to Russia and Eastern Europe and REES 220 Societies and Cultures of Eurasia. Bart speaks Russian and a smattering of Ukrainian.

Bart Redford from the University of Kansas to speak on 10/14 Scott Hamele 2014-10-14 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Scott Hamele on Oct 13, 2014
Turn Royals Spirit into Rotary Spirit! Here is a once in a lifetime opportunity to buy a limited edition Royals-inspired Rotary t-shirt. Short-sleeve or long-sleeve, Royal blue for only $20!
You must act quickly because you only can buy for 12 more days!  We all love our Rotary club and now it is time to show it! Wear your Rotary pride around town, at the ballpark, or to your projects.
Proceeds will benefit End Polio Now in the name of our district, and will be matched by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Be sure to note which district/club you belong to in the COMMENTS section when you purchase so funds can be sent appropriately.
Go to  and buy your t-shirt now!
Please let us know if you have any questions, and Go Royals! Go Rotary! Trish Reedy Rotary Club of Overland Park

Show your Royals Pride and raise money for End Polio Now. Scott Hamele 2014-10-14 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by David Huston on Aug 25, 2014

Please welcome Joe Harrison to the Rotary Club of Western Johnson County.  Joe was inducted into the club on Tuesday, August 26th.  Joe comes to our club as a transfer from the Beloit Rotary Club, Beloit, KS.

Joe (left) is congratulated by James Frost (center, membership) and Paul Mayo (right, president).

Newest club member - Joe Harrison David Huston 2014-08-26 00:00:00Z 0
NewHouse Donation David Huston 2014-05-08 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Scott Hamele on Jun 14, 2011

Our Rotary Chartering event was held Wed, June 15th at Falcon Valley Club House.  This was a Hawaiian Party theme.  Everyone broke out their grass skirts and Tommy Bahama shirts.  Terrace Catering provided the food and the Cake Girl of KC created the wonderful cake and cupcakes. Many thanks to all of the other Rotarians that helped us become a new club.  Our club is off to a FANTASTIC start!!

Chartering Event - HUGE SUCCESS!! Scott Hamele 2011-06-15 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Scott Hamele on May 09, 2011

The mission of The Rotary Foundation is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty.
The Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation supported solely by voluntary contributions from Rotarians and friends of the Foundation who share its vision of a better world. To learn more about how you can help, please visit:

For additional information, please contact Kelly Vaille, Foundation Chair for our club. 

Rotary Foundation Scott Hamele 2011-05-09 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Scott Hamele on May 05, 2011

The Rotary Club of Western Johnson County announces its 1st Annual fundraiser to benefit several local charities.  It will be held at Cedar Creek Clubhouse in Olathe, KS (just south of K-10).  Enjoy drinks and food from "Around the World".  February 18th, 2012, 7pm-10pm.  Tickets are just $50 each and the majority of the proceeds will benefit the "House of Hope".  Make checks payable to "The Rotary Club of Western Johnson County".  Event coordinator (Scott Hamele) ~ Ticket  Sales (Marla Williams).

Dress is casual !  Included with your ticket will be wine and beer paired with the food.  Also made available will be a mixed drinks "cash donation bar".

Many Thanks to our Corporate Event Sponsors

Bill’s Plumbing Service 
CompResults Managed Care 
Construction DesignWorks, Inc. 
Custom Foods 

Dan-E Electric, Inc.

Leon Logan, CPA
Maher Group, LLC 
Marla Williams Insurance Agency 
Melinda Dixon – Waddell & Reed, Inc. 
Rimman Liquors 
Schumacher Chiropractic 
Shannon Doser Real Estate Group 
Terrace Catering 
Top Notch Heating & Cooling

"Around the World Party" 1st Annual Fundraiser [February 18th, 2012] Tickets are still availabl! Scott Hamele 2011-05-06 00:00:00Z 0
Learn more about what Rotary is all about! Scott Hamele 2011-03-23 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by Scott Hamele
Entrepreneurship is a process of identifying and starting a business venture, sourcing and organizing the required resources and taking both the risks and rewards associated with the venture.
Our club will soon begin a speaker series on entrepreneurship and are putting together a committee to help sculpt the direction of this series.   It will feature speakers that can offer expert advise as well stories of their own successes.
If you are interested in being involved, please contact Scott Hamele.
Entrepreneurial Speaker Series Scott Hamele 0
Posted by Kelly Vaille

 Join the Rotary Club of Western Johnson County for the 4th Annual "Around the World Party"  February 28, 2015 at TEAH Ballroom, 9050 Metcalf Ave, Overland Park, KS 66212
​The major benefactor of this event will be Safe Home which offers support for survivors of domestic violence.
It is sure to be an entertaining evening full of games, good food, silent auction and even a signature drink, sponsored by Construction Designworks

A BIG THANK YOU to all of our other sponsors for your generous support, without you this event would not be possible. Sponsorships and auction donations are still available. For info.

Party Animal [600]
Lori Maher - Maher Group LLC
Marla Williams 
Jim Weir
Let's Do This [300]
​Amber Goering
​Jim Frost
See Me! Game/Activity [200]
Joe Beverage



2015 "Around the World Party" Fundraiser Get your tickets now! Kelly Vaille 0
Posted by Scott Hamele
Rotary Club meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 9th has been changed to 730am. We meet at the Falcon Valley clubhouse in Lenexa. A complementary continental breakfast will be served.

Our guest speaker will be well known sports talk radio personality Kevin Kietzman. Kevin is the host of "Between the Lines" on Sports Radio 810 WHB.

Simply put, “Between the Lines” is the show that reshaped sports radio in Kansas City. Mired in a sports radio abyss in the late 90s, listeners soaked up BTL like a dry sponge. Host Kevin Kietzman has never been afraid to ask the tough question to any guest, or voice his opinion to any listener. Between The Lines is just that - candid, honest and open.

Not only does Kevin, along with co-host Danny Clinkscale and producer Todd Leabo, break the latest in sports news, they typically talk to the newsmaker directly. And when it comes to interviewing, Kevin’s in-depth and insightful questions leave no stone unturned, giving listeners the whole picture. When you want to know the who, when, where and why of the local sports scene, keep it “Between the Lines”. From 2 to 6 pm weekdays, on Sports Radio 810 WHB.

Kevin Kietzman from Sports Radio 810 WHB to speak on Sep. 9th at 730am Scott Hamele 0
Posted by Paul Mayo


As a writer, national blogger and radio show co-host, I love to Dish about what's happening now, in Kansas City and all over the country!
Overland Park, Kan.-based freelance writer and editor Kimberly Winter Stern writes about healthcare, travel, food, lifestyle and design. An adventurer and feline fanatic, she revels in the fast-paced lifestyle of someone in search of words to be written and stories to be told. Though the bipolar atmospheric changes in Kansas are sometimes challenging, Stern admits there is no place like the Heartland as a home base for her love of travel and food. 

Also known as the gregarious and cuisine-informed Kim Dishes to listeners tuning in weekly for her on-the-road segments on “LIVE! From Jasper’s Kitchen,” a popular long-running food show in Kansas City for which she is co-host with KC celebrity Chef Jasper Mirabile, Stern constantly scours the country for culinary and destination jewels, never leaving home without her appetite or her vivid imagination. Prolific in eating, writing and discovering, this foodie satisfies an innate desire to sample the world’s gastronomic rainbow by meeting food artisan trendsetters, gaining insight into the culinary points-of-view of everyone from cheese makers and chocolatiers to brew masters and baristas who set their city’s locavore pace to the farmers and growers who are passionate producers. 

Stern is a sought-after writer with work appearing in diverse national, regional and local magazines including Better Homes and Gardens, 913/KC Star, KANSAS! Magazine, KANSAS Outdoors, KC Magazine, national travel guides, KC Homes & Gardens, Generation Boom, Shawnee Magazine, KC Home Design, Unity, KC Business and Midwest CEO. She is the former managing editor of 435 South magazine where she helped Johnson County's definitive lifestyle publication earn the coveted title of "Best Magazine in Kansas City" in 2011. Stern is a national writer for Dean & DeLuca’s Gourmet Food Blog where she cooks, styles, shoots and writes about food … and loves to lick the bowl clean. The face behind the name of Kim Dishes, a foodie’s dream blog, Stern wrote a popular weekly food column called Dining Bytes for KC Magazine. 

Kimberly Winter Stern to speak at our club on 9/16/14 at 5:15pm Paul Mayo 0
Posted by Scott Hamele
Great turn-out at our annual Rotary Club Holiday party at Falcon Valley!! Thanks to all who brought food for our pot luck dinner.  We had close to 50 who attended....most in their christmas attire!
Holiday Party!! Scott Hamele 0
Posted by Scott Hamele
Jordan Rappaport from the Federal Reserve of Kansas City will be presenting to our club about national economic matters.  The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City is one of 12 regional Reserve Banks that, along with the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., make up our nation's central bank. 
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City to speak on May 1st at 515pm. Scott Hamele 0
Posted by Scott Hamele
What an inspiring presentation.  Thank you!!! Kathleen Kastner lives in Kansas City and is the Owner of Maya Yoga studio. She completed a B.S in Journalism and a M.S in Exercise Physiology from the University of Kansas and has been teaching yoga since 1996. Her celebrity clients include, Deepak Chopra, Molly Sims and Emily Deschanel. She has been published in Yoga Magazine three times, has a Teen Yoga DVD and an iPhone application with She is vegan, has three cats and thinks animals are people too!   Kathleen is also a recent author of a new book called “The Cheerleader Speaks: What God Taught Me About Men and Myself” available on  For more information visit:
Kathleen Kastner with Maya Yoga spoke to our club on April 24th Scott Hamele 0
Posted by Scott Hamele
Great success!!! "Beer Tasting Club Social" which was held at Boulevard Brewery on Thursday, April 19th.  We raised over $400. Proceeds to benefit a charity to be determined.
Beer Tasting Club Social Scott Hamele 0
Posted by Scott Hamele
Our 1st annual "Around the World" party and fundraiser was a resounding success!  Over 130 people gathered at the Cedar Creek clubhouse in Olathe for a fun filled evening on Feb.18th.  Guest enjoyed food and drinks from 7 different countries.  Many thanks to our many sponsors as well as Terrace Catering, Rimann Liquors and Boulevard Brewery. 
"Around the World" Party & Fundraiser a huge success!! Scott Hamele 0
Posted by Scott Hamele
Our own Renee Herrmann was our speaker on 2/28.  Rennee spoke to us about Teenage & Adult Depression.  This topic has or will most likely affect us all.  Thank you Renee for a GREAT presentation!!
Renee Herrmann- speaker on Feb. 28th Scott Hamele 0
Tuskegee Airmen program on Feb. 14th, 2012. Scott Hamele 0
Chacala, Mexico Rotary project presentation on 1/31/12 Scott Hamele 0
Andy Wingert from Rimann Liquors spoke on 2/2/12 Scott Hamele 0
Dr. Marlin Berry, Superitedent of the Olathe School District- 01/24/12 program Scott Hamele 0
Posted by Scott Hamele
We truely enjoyed your presentation on autism and want to thank Dr. Smith for taking the time to speak to our club.  Dr. Smith is a Licensed Psychologist and Clinical Assistant Professor at the Center for Child Health and Development, University of Kansas Medical Center. Dr. Smith earned her undergraduate degree from West Virginia University and a doctorate degree in Developmental and Child Psychology from the University of Kansas. She has worked with children with autism and developmental disabilities for over 15 years. Currently, she is a faculty member in Center for Child Health and Development and is involved in clinical, research, training and community outreach activities.
Thanks to Catherine Mancina-Smith, PhD- who was out speaker on 1/17/12 Scott Hamele 0
Thanks to Leslee Fonseca- Assistant City Administator for City of Lenexa Scott Hamele 0
Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation to Speak on 11/1/11 Scott Hamele 0
Posted by Scott Hamele
Thank to our Rotary District Governor John Vandewalle who spoke to our club on Oct. 25th at Falcon Valley clubhouse.  John presented our club with the 100% Paul Harris Club Banner. 
100% Paul Harris Club Presentation on 10/25 Scott Hamele 0
Thanks!!-Jeff Lanza, former FBI agent Scott Hamele 0