May 13

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Rocco DelPrince, the president of Woofington Dog Park, came to speak to us. It’s been a few years in the works but plans to transform a grassy area into dog park are underway.
 
The board of directors of Woofington Dog Park have selected a site for the park they have been working to create for several years. The site selected for the dog park is next to the Visitor’s Bureau.
 
They received zoning approval from the County Commissioners and will be building 2-3 enclosures for different size dogs. More info at https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Dog-Park/Woofington-Dog-Park-1272896862733235/
Feb 27

Dr. Verlynn Kleppe

Dr. Verlynn Kleppe, of Whole Health Chiropractic Center, is a Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist by the National Academy of Sports Medicine.

Her presentation was on posture and 3 steps to help.

  1. Release
  2. Stretch
  3. Reset

She included techniques for all 3 steps that can be done at home or at work. To download the presentation CLICK HERE.

Feb 27

Lydia Latimer, February Student of the Month

Lydia Latimer, of Warren Area High School, accompanied by her parents Greg and Dede Latimer is our February Student of the Month. She has been on the volleyball, swim, and track teams, as well as Varsity Club, Yearbook staff, and Spanish Club. She plans to attend Cleveland State University for Environmental Science, and to play Division I volleyball.

Feb 18

Jeff Granger

From Bosnia to Afghanistan and beyond , Jeff Granger, our speaker on Feb 13th, has worked in education around the globe. He helped set up a training program in Bosnia to train their teams on how on de-mine areas. In Afghanistan he helped establish a school for girls. He then worked in our area with the Forestry Service.

Feb 18

Bradley Conquer of Superior Tire & Rubber Corp

Bradley Conquer VP of Finance and Administration of Superior Tire & Rubber Corp came and talked to the Club on Feb 6th. Founded in 1964, Superior Tire & Rubber Corp. is a designer and manufacturer of polyurethane and rubber industrial components for the material handling, construction, agricultural, military, and mining industries. They operate three plants, a distribution center, and offices and employ 285 employees in our area.

Jan 28

The Community Foundation of Warren County

John Lasher from the Community Foundation of Warren County came to speak to us about the Foundation and it’s focus.

In 1949, a small group of men and women thought that Warren County should have a foundation that would be able to provide support for education and various other projects for the citizens of Warren County. From its initial modest beginnings, this foundation has grown into a multi-million dollar organization.
In the last 5 years, the Community Foundation of Warren County has made distributions totaling over $10 million to local non-profit organizations and to scholarships for students attending colleges or trade schools.

Oct 18

Lacey Hanson form the United Fund of Warren County

Lacey HansonLacey Hanson came to Warren Rotary Club this past week to talk about the United Fund of Warren County and it’s support of PA 2-1-1.

All campaign and administration of the United Fund of Warren County costs are covered by income from an endowment fund administered by the Community Foundation of Warren County. That means that 100% of your tax deductible gifts goes directly to member agencies serving the Warren County communities.

PA 2‑1‑1 Northwest is part of the national 2‑1‑1 Call Centers initiative that seeks to provide an easy-to-remember telephone number and web resource for finding health and human services– for everyday needs and in crisis situations. Search our vast database of services and providers to find the help you need today.