Speakers

The Rotary Club welcomes speakers to its weekly meetings and Rotarians appreciate the opportunity to come to you.  The Club is particularly interested in  the communities’ economic development, its’ services, charitable organizations, educational programs, the arts, parks and recreation, military and veterans’ services, and other topics of import to the four communities we serve.  Should you be interested in presenting to our club or inviting us to your location, please  email us at northcoastrotaryclub@gmail.com.

 

 

Information For Speakers

Meetings are held at 7:30 AM Tuesdays at 500 Community Drive – Grace Hall, Avon Lake, Ohio 44012. Doors are open at 7 AM and we suggest you arrive in time to view the room, set up your presentation, and distribute any handouts.

The Rotarian who has been your contact will greet you and provide assistance.  Please provide him / her a brief bio for your introduction.  After breakfast  you will be introduced to give your presentation.  We suggest a 10 – 15 minute presentation plus a couple minutes for questions.  Following your presentation and Q&A, there will be a short club business meeting.  You are welcome to stay for the business meeting, but we understand if you must leave earlier.  The meeting will end no later than 8:30 AM.  If you are available, Club members may want to talk with you following your presentation.

Attendance usually is about 10-25 members. You may bring brochures to distribute to club members. Distribution of brochures is permitted only for information or events that are open to the entire community, free of charge, and do not have a religious or political purpose. Distribution of documents or making statements during the program to promote sales is not permitted.

The acoustics are good for presentations without a microphone.

Directions: In Avon Lake, Community Drive is easily accessed from Route 83 just north of its intersection with Walker Road or on Walker Road east of its intersection with Route 83. Follow Community drive to to the Main Street Care Center building – large portico over entrance.

  • Parking is available west of the building’s entrance.
  • Continue straight down the hallway to Grace Hall (our meeting room)

If you have additional questions concerning our meetings, your presentation, or directions, please contact the Rotarian who has scheduled your presentation or Mary Crehore  at mcrehore@gmail.com.

Past Speakers include:

2018 Speaker Topic 2017 Speaker Topic 2016 Speaker Topic
NFIB Avon Lake Economic Development Second Harvest Food Bank
Avon Parks & Rec Brookside students and Little Dresses Project Habitat for Humanity ReStore
Bees & Beekeeping Youth Self Esteem and Karate Nicaragua – Children of the Dump – Rotary Boxes Project
Ariel Ventures Projects Lorain Seat belts on school busses Far West Center
Murray Ridge Alpha House Rotary’s Polio Plus Campaign
Keller Real Estate Alzheimer’s Association HOBY participant
Sheffield Sheffield Lake Schools Rotary District #6600 Resource Centers International Boy Scouts of America
Avon Lake Bicentennial Family First Fire Protections Alcohol & Drug Addiction Services Board of Lorain County
Cleveland Clinic Hospital Avon Lorain County Redistricting Rotary’s Group Study Exchange to Scotland
Polio Survival Mayor of Avon Lake Quilts of Valor
Les Amies De Gaelle Participants in HOBY and Rotary’s World Community Workshop American Red Cross
Medical Equipment Supplies Abroad MESA Public Utilities Commission of Ohio End of Life Legal Planning
  Mission Trip to Iraq Community Resource Services Holiday Workshop
  Cabella’s Lake Erie Crushers
  LCCC Water Quality Research Rotary Scholarship winners and World Community Workshop Participants
  Brookside Stained Glass Restoration Project Unveiling Lorain County Free Clinic
  Big Frog Workshop Players in Amherst
  A Kid Again Local Housing Market Update from a Realtors Perspective
  Positive Re-Entry – Ohio Prisoners Program Rotary District #6600 Resource Centers International & MESA
  University Partnership at LCCC Cleveland Clinic Philanthropy
  New Memory Care Unit at Sprenger “We Can Project”
  Rotary at the Crushers Stadium Legacies for Future Generations
  Avon Lake BiCentennial Levies on March Ballot
  Rotary at ALHS Media Center LCCC Entrepreneurship Innovation Institute
  ALHS Grad Matt Maroon, “Determined to Develop” Malawi Rotary United Cerebral Palsy of Cleveland

 

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