Serving the greater Grandville community

Everyone's Welcome!

Come to the Grandville July 4

PANCAKE BREAKFAST

at Grandville Middle School

Friday, July 4, 2008

7:30 - 10:30 a.m.

A complete breakfast including

all the pancakes you can eat!

Bring the whole family and enjoy a hearty breakfast to benefit Rotary charities

before watching the parade!

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You don't want to miss this wonderful tradition of the

Grandville Rotary Club

Travelogue Series

at Grandville High School Auditorium

4700 Canal, Grandville, MI

7:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:30)

2008/09 Series:

Tues. Oct. 7:  Gulf Coast Adventure:  Still Wild and Beautiful

Tues. Nov. 25:  The Other Side of Mexico

Tues. Jan. 6:  Hawaii:  Pacific Paradise

Tues. Feb. 17:  Inside the Tuscan Hills

Tues. Mar. 18:  Beneath the Jungle... and Beyond (Mesoamerica)

Tues. Apr. 28:  St. Vincent and the Grenadines:  Caribbean Jewels

 

Tickets are available at the door, or

advance season tickets are available from

Danford Richmond 616.534.3377

 

See Calendar of Events tab for dates and topics

 

 

 

 

Contact Information:

Grandville Rotary

P.O. Box 281
Grandville, Michigan 49468
United States of America

Club 2796
District 6290

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President: Tom Dula  616.669.1520


President Elect:  Christopher Oisten
President Nominee: Matthew Butts
Secretary:  Lori Brooks
Treasurer: Dave Shaffer

Past President:  Amy Kosta
Director: Dave Kaat
Director: Larry Walburg

 

Click here to

learn more about our district

or

to learn more about Rotary International

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Harold Johnson designates son Ken

as a recipient of a Paul Harris Fellow award

Chris Oisten receives his Paul Harris Fellow award from Rotary District Governor Chris Etienne

Grandville Rotarians aspire to “LEAD THE WAY”

as explained by

William B. Boyd, the 2006/07 President of Rotary International:

“… be leaders in your communities to show others that solid integrity, concern for others, and generosity of spirit are ageless values and that good business does not preclude good ethics.”

 

March 20, 2008

Grandville Library program promoting

preschool literacy.  Grandville Rotary Club provided book bags for the children.

 

 

 

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