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Massillon

Service Above Self

Every Thursday at 11:45 EXCEPT FOR FIFTH THURSDAYS WHICH ARE EVENING SOCIAL MEETINGS
Eagles #190
303 WEIRICH BL. NW
MASSILLON, OH  44647
United States
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This past Saturday, a group of Rotarians, their family, and some friends from Tigertown AOK joined us for our annual cleaning of the Aaron Seesan Memorial at Lincoln Park.
Over 20 people donated their time to help keep our town beautiful.
         Great Meeting........   Full House.......    Paul Harris Award......  Tiger Win!
 
Packed House. Thank you event committee!       One; we will always remember!
 
Go TIGERS
 

Here's another Member Monday! Where you get to meet some of our amazing Rotarians. This week is Dr. Bill!
Name: William G. Leffler D.D.S.,J.D. (Bill)
Occupation: dentist
Hobbies: boating, drones, telescopes, shooting, Ham Radio, watches, cigars, craft Beers, and swimming.
Number of Years in Rotary: 30+ years
Favorite Thing About Rotary: fellowship, only chance to interact with professionals and business members in Massillon Favorite Rotary Project: As a freshman Rotarian I was charged with running the Polio Plus Program in the 80’s. Our goal was $7,000.00. ( based in club size from District) We placed coin buckets in all the banks in Massillon and businesses, and a campaign with our members and raised $18,000.00 in 6 months.
Fun Fact: I’m just FUN!

Rotary, a proud sponsor of the Washington HS Distinguished Citizens Award
Class of 2018
Today's "meet a Rotarian" is Tom Jingo. A Rotarian for 40 years and our Sec. for 24 YEARS!
WOW and thanks for such great service to our club and city of Massillon.
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