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SHOES FOR ORPHAN SOULS - 2015


A schoolbus was packed with over 1000 pairs of shoes as part of the District 6710 Shoes for Orphan Souls Project.


FEEDING AMERICA

On April 21st, members of the Club presented a check to Feeding America and packed food boxes as part of the Club's Rotary Shares initiative.  Pictured are Larry French, Gary Bohannon, Jemes Jeffries, Kelly Emerine, Val Claycomb and Chuck Willis.

 


ELIZABETHTOWN ROTARY CLUB 2015 SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE:

Scholarship     TypeTarget Group or School          Amount

GED                   Hardin County Schools                       $1000

Jim Owen          Graduating Senior Attending ECTC   $1000

Vocational         Student to Attend ECTC                      $500


 

ELIZABETHTOWN ROTARY 2014 SCHOLARSHIPS

Jim Owen Scholarship-ECTC - $1000

Jim Owen Scholarship-ECTC - $500

Scholarship recipients Ms. Muychheng Neng of Vine Grove pursuing a degree in nursing and Mr. Stephen Beck of Upton pursuing a degree in construction management are congratulated by Past President Val Claycomb nd Rotary President James Jeffries.

 

ELIZABETHTOWN ROTARY 2013 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

Scholarshipa are awarded to students from three area high schools and a Hardin County student attending Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.  The following are recipients of the 2013 scholarships:

 

Stone-Taylor Scholarship ($1000) - Alex Powell, Elizabethtown High School

Harlan-Treadwell Scholarship ($1000) - Chante Hicks, John Hardin High School

Hays-Murray Scholarship ($1000) - Cody Madris, Central Hardin High School

GED Scholarship to ECTC ($1000) - Sara Monroe, Mulberry-Helm Learning Center

 

RYLA

RYLA, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, is a program sponsored by our Club.  The program helps develop leadership skills for high school students.

 

ROTARY SMILES

Val Claycomb serves as a "scribe" for our Club's Rotary Smiles Program.  The program provides dental screenings for all Hardin County 3rd grade students and treatment for those students without treatment options.

 

ELIZABETHTOWN ROTARY 2012 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

Scholarships are awarded to deserving students in three local high schools, and the Hardin County Schools Learning Center and Elizabethtown Community and Technical College to assist them in continuing their education.


Harlan-Treadwell Scholarship for $1000

Halie Fairfax - John Hardin High School


Hays-Murray Scholarship for $1000

Skylar Jeffries - Central Hardin High School


Stone-Taylor Scholarship for $1000

Morgan Thompson - Elizabethtown High School


GED Scholarship for $1000

Michaela York - GED

 

ELIZABETHTOWN ROTARY 2011 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

Scholarships are awarded to deserving students in three local high schools, the Hardin County Schools Adult Learning Center and Elizabethtown Community and Technical College to assist them in continuing their education


Harlan-Treadwell Scholarship for $1000

Cara Hardesty - John Hardin High School


Hays-Murray Scholarship for $1000

James Trivett - Central Hardin High School


Stone-Taylor Scholarship for $1000

Hannah Miller - Elizabethtown High School


GED Scholarship for $1000

Bobbie Jo Walton

 

 

2011 BIKES FOR KIDS PROJECT

Rotarians donated 38 bicycles and helmets for distribution to area children for Christmas.

 

 

ROTARY SMILES 2011

Rotarian Larry French is pictured with dental staff providing screening for 3rd grade students in Hardin County.  Rotary Smiles is a community service project of the Elizabethtown Rotary Club and the Hardin County Water District No.2.

 

 

ROTARY SMILES 2010

Rotarians Kelly Emerine, Carol Belcher and James Jeffries were recognized for their leadership of the Rotary Smiles Program, a program that provides dental screening and treatment for Hardin County third grade students.  Not pictured is Rik Hawkins.

 

ROTARIANS BOWL FOR KID'S SAKE

Rotarians Glenn Ross, Ken Collord, Mike Byers and DeeJay Hall along with "Little" Tilyah Richardson adn Chris Collored took to the bowling lanes in support of the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program. 

 

 

COATS FOR KIDS Richardson

The Elizabethtown Rotary Club donated six bags of coats (27 coats) for the Radcliff Rotary Club sponsored coat drive on Friday, November 26th.

Pictured are Radcliff club members Mike Enlow, Niel Atcher(President) and Howard Williams.

 

 

ROTARY PAVILION MAKEOVER

Elizabethtown Rotary Club members met at Freeman Lake Park on October 30 to make repairs to the Rotary pavilion.  Members that lent a hand were: Larry & Betty Sue French, Val Claycomb, Rik Hawkins, Bill Carter, President Cathy Williamson, Greg Stapleton, Ted Stiles, and Bob Swope.  Not pictured, but working were Rodney Crook and his son and Alex Brosky.  Also working and taking pictures was Rotarian Hans Marsen.

 

 

 

NOON ROTARY REACHES MS WALK GOAL!

Rotarians participated in the MS Walk held at Freeman Lake Park on

September 11, 2010.  Pictured left to right are:  President Cathy Williamson, Larry & Betty Sue French, Nannette Johnston, Keith Johnson and Kendra Stewart.  The Club exceeded its goal of raising $500.

 

 

 

NOON ROTARY SUPPORTS BACKPACK PROGRAM

Past President Tim Asher presents a check from Noon Rotary to Tami Delaney of Feeding America to support the Backpack Program in Hardin County.  Under the Adopt a Backpacker Program, 37 children will be served by this donation.  That means that as a result of this donation 1,480 bags of food will be distributed to needy children during the upcoming school year.

 

 

NOON ROTARY CLUB'S ROTARY SMILES PROJECT

Rotarians Claudia Thurman and Glenn Ross along with former Rotary President and dentist Debbie Borden helped with dental screeninigs as part of the Rotary Smiles Project.  The project will provide dental screenings for all Hardin County third grade students.

 

NOON ROTARY CLUB 2010 SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS

Scholarships are awarded to deserving students in three local high schools, the

Hardin County Schools Adult Learning Center and Elizabethtown Community

and Technical College to assist them in continuing their education.

 

The Lewis Hall Scholarship and the Bok Mitchell Scholarship are not part of the

Club's awards but are family sponsored scholarships.  However, both Lewis Hall

and Bok Mitchell were long-time active members of the Elizabethtown Noon

Rotary Club.

 

HARLAN-TREADWELL SCHOLARSHIP FOR $1000

David Sun - John Hardin High School

 

HAYS-MURRAY SCHOLARSHIP FOR $1000

Samantha Sliker - Central Hardin High School

 

STONE-TAYLOR SCHOLARSHIP FOR $1000

Chelsea Kaufield - Elizabethtown High School

 

GED SCHOLARSHIP FOR $1000

Taylor Joy Sanders

 

LEWIS HALL SCHOLARSHIP FOR FULL TUITION AT ECTC

 

BOK MITCHELL SCHOLARSHIP FOR FULL TUITION AT ECTC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOON ROTARY WINS DISTRICT COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD

The Elizabethtown Noon Rotary Club was recognized

with the District 6710 Community Service Award for

2009.  The club sponsored the Hardin County Backpack

Program that supplies supplemental food for over 600

Hardin County students. (Pictured: Rotary President

Glenn Ross with Rotarians James Doughty and

Greg Jenkins)

 

 

NOON ROTARY SUPPORTS BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS

The Elizabethtown Noon Rotary Club was honored at

its meeting on March 24, 2009 as the club that raised

the most money for the Bowl For Kids Sake fundraiser.

Team members included Mike Byers, DeeHay Hall,

Brad Burchett and Tim Asher.  Pictured with team

trophy are Mike byers and Club President Glenn Ross.

 

 

NOON ROTARY SUPPORTS CASA

Rotary President Glenn Ross presents a check for

$250 to CASA Executive Director Sylvia Griendling.

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) is an

established program nationwide that is new to the

Hardin County area.  CASA utilizes volunteers to

advocate for children in the Family Court System.

 

 

NOON ROTARY SUPPORTS BACKPACK PROGRAM

 

Rotarians Larry and Betty Sue French, Bart Lovins and Prsident Glenn

Ross unpack cartons of food to be placed in backpacks for Hardin County

students.

Rotarians James Doughty, President Gklenn Ross, Ted Stiles, Larry

French, and Bart Lovins unload cases of food to be used in the Hardin

County Backpack Program.

 

At their regular meeting on September 9, 2008, the Elizabethtown Noon

Rotary Club made a donation of $6,500 to America's Second Harvest to be

used to support the Hardin County Backpack Program.  This donation

totally funds Hardin County's Backpack program for one month.  The

backpack program provides nutritional weekend meals for over 700 Hardin

County students.

 

NOON ROTARY SUPPORTS MS WALK

 

 

On Saturday, September 5, 2008, Rotarians participated in the

Annual MS Walk and raised over $1300 to help find a cure for

Multiple Sclerosis.  L to R: Chuck & Diane Willis, Kay Sharon,

Johnnie & Cecilia Long, Ted Stiles, Betty Sue French, Lisa

Williams, Nannette Johnston, Larry French, and Rik & Sandy

Hawkins.