Rotary Club of Mount Horeb
PO Box 173
Mount Horeb, Wisconsin 53572
Meets Noon every Wednesday.  Skal Public House
Mount Horeb Noon Meeting
April 13, 2022
In Attendance:  Burns,J., Burns, D., Kopras, White, Steinhauer, Ulrich, Grabe, Helwig, Christiansen, Bollig, Wallitch, S., Wallitsch, F., Yauchler
Outgoing Exchange Student:
Soren Espe
Mount Horeb Interact Executive Committee:
Jadyn Punzel, President
Emma Clark, Vice-President
Claire Tranel, Secretary
Gwen Mahoney, Treasurer
Kamryn Ibinger, Social Media - Facebook
Ava Kolb, Social Media - Instagram
Happy Bucks:
Susan Wallitsch let us know that her father, who had a heart attach last weekend, is going to recover.  She needs volunteers to help drive her father to UW hospital.  He will be going to UW Hospital each day for 40 days.  Stay tuned.
Let her know if you can help
Next Week:  Presentation on Afghan Refugee situation.
Upcoming: Teacher's Luncheon, August 24th.  Church has been reserved.
Fundraising Committee will meet next Thursday to discuss Raffle and Frolic.
Community Grants came in before April 10th.  Grant Committee will need to meet.
Voting for New Rotary Board Members is on going.  All members were sent a link.
Heidi presented a check to the Interact club.  It was $250 for their assistance at Brunch which was a portion of the 50/50 raffle.
The Interact Officers talked about what Interact means to them.  They appreciated the opportunity for service, both local and international.  Members can choose what opportunities they wish to support.  They get to meet new people.  It is a very organized club.
Interact meets every other Monday morning at 7:30.  Usually 30 to 40 students attend.
The things they work on include:
  • various projects during the meeting.
  • Roadside Cleanup once a month when the weather allows.
  • Take a Sat AM shift at Neighbors Helping Neighbors when possible.
  • organizing "Penny Wars" at the school for 1 month in April.  raising money for "1 Gift, 1 Child" in Haiti.
  • Assisted a traveling nurse in collecting needed donations for Cambodia.
  • made 24 blankets for the Children's Hospital.
  • packed shoebox gifts for kids.
  • made decorations for MH younger schools.
  • went to Nursing Homes and enjoyed Halloween with costumes and did caroling in December.
  • planned a spring cleaning drive for NHN along with the Middle school students.
We are all very impressed with their efforts.
Apr 20, 2022
Afghan Refugee relief
Apr 29, 2022
Jun 08, 2022
Jun 09, 2022
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President Elect
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Youth Exchange Officer
Past President
Public Relations/Social Media
Vice President/President Elect Nominee
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