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Massillon

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 11:45 AM
St. George Cultural Center
364 1st St SE
MASSILLON, OH 44646
United States of America
Phone:
(330) 833-7232
Every Thursday at 11:45 EXCEPT FOR FIFTH THURSDAYS WHICH ARE EVENING SOCIAL MEETINGS
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This week's speaker was Lauren Louive, She is a graduate of Massillon high School.  Lauren is a wrestler who lives and trains at the Olympic training center in Colorado Springs Colorado.  She hopes to wrestle on the United States Olympic team in 2024.
The Rotary Club of Massillon in association with the Rotary Foundation of Masillon awarded $24,000.00
to six Nursing students attending local colleges.
April 14, 2022
The Massillon Rotary Foundation Awards $133,000 in Grants
 
The Massillon Rotary Foundation awarded funds to the following recipients to help fund programs for their Organizations:
 
  • Massillon Knights Foundation ($2,582) Grant provided funding of the purchase of two defibrillators
  • Massillon City Health Department ($3,850) To fund the purchase and distribution of Infant CPR Anytime Kits
  • Massillon YMCA ($20,000) This grant is for the funding of scholarships. It will support memberships for individuals you could not otherwise to join the Massillon YMCA
  • Domestic Violence Project ($20,000) Grant will provide financial support to the Massillon shelter of domestic violence victims
  • AHEAD Inc. ($9,500) Grant will provide behavior consulting to Massillon school children
  • Massillon Girls and Boys Club ($24,000) This grant is for year around consulting services for child and adolescent behavior
  • Reservoir Pump House Restoration ($50,000) This grant along with $200,000 of additional grants will complete phase I of the restoration of the reservoir pump house. Phase I is the complete restoration of the structure and outside of the building.
  • Vantage ($3,000) Support for Meals on Wheels of Northeast Ohio
 
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