New Meeting Times and Location

North Coast Rotary held its 2nd lunch meeting at the Wine Room giving Rotarians an opportunity to get together when the morning meeting schedule doesn’t work!! Featuring a spotlight on two members- John Daly said, “Rotary is about meeting new people and the friendships you develop.” In his first month of membership, Allen Porter, a distance bike rider, highlighted how he

Allen Porter champions MESA

John Daly Its about friendship

joined Rotarians in a MESA bike ride through southwestern Ohio. Among other Rotary programs, Allen champions MESA (Medical Equipment Supplies Abroad) and its accomplishments throughout the world. Next lunch meeting will be September 25th at 12:15 pm.

Thank you Senator Manning!

State Senator Gayle Manning spoke to our club on August 21 with an update about happenings at the Statehouse, plus highlights from her 7.5 years as District 13 senator. She has focused  here attention in several areas – business growth and jobs, education – Manning is a retired elementary school teacher – transportation, and funding for capital improvements in Lorain County.  Senator Manning also spoke of her efforts to combat the opioid epidemic plaguing our communities.  She expressed her appreciation for all the Ohioans who have helped her understand their issues and shared their expertise in so many areas.  

North Coast Rotary gets Flexible!

….with its meeting times, that is.  If a breakfast meeting doesn’t match with your busy schedule, we invite you to join us at one of our new monthly lunch meetings – the 4th Tuesday of the month at The Wine Room, 35840 Chester Road in Avon.  Lunch is served at 12:15 pm, and the meeting begins at 12:30 pm.  President Pete Sandrev has everyone out the door by 1:15 pm.  Check our website for a list of lunch dates.POA_Banners_Digital_1600x350_EN_Inspire

Farmers’ Market – CRS


Farmersmarket2018At CRS’s new location, Rotarians and friends unpacked and distributed fresh produce at the CRS Farmers’ Market.  The ripe watermelons, heads of lettuce, greens and zucchinis were welcomed by many clients. 

This is the 3rd Farmers’ Market that Rotarians have supported for Community Resource Services!

New Officers Installed for the 2018/2019 Rotary Year Induction Dinner at Parker’s 

Rotarians, spouses and friends applauded as Past President John Crooks inducted Pete Sandrev as President for the 2018/2019 year.   Joe Matuscak was inducted as Vice President. Foundation Coordinator Bob Scott presented Pete with his first Paul Harris Fellow (PHF) award for contributions and service to Rotary.  District Governor Maris Brenner, and Assistant Governor Sandy Kaiser joined in celebrating the new officers and PHF recognition.  Officers also include Mary Crehore, Secretary and Treasurer Larry Calabrese.