Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
Executive Secretary
Sergeant-At Arms
Immediate Past President
Rotary Foundation
Membership Chair
 
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Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays:
  • Jessi Lane
    November 2
  • A. Gregory Gutgsell
    November 4
  • Liz Zimmerman Waldman
    November 5
  • John R. Wellman
    November 8
  • Roger Schemmel Jr.
    November 10
  • R. Eugene Meeker
    November 12
  • LaWanda Roudebush
    November 16
  • Kenneth Koupal
    November 24
  • Tara Barney
    November 25
Join Date:
  • Greg Larrison
    November 4, 1996
    21 years
  • Jim Wegener
    November 5, 2012
    5 years
  • Wesley W. Rostenbach
    November 8, 1974
    43 years
  • Dana Wilkinson
    November 9, 1998
    19 years
  • Paul Koch
    November 11, 1999
    18 years
  • Michael E. Hamann
    November 16, 1994
    23 years
  • Randy Moore
    November 16, 2009
    8 years
  • James L. Wayne
    November 19, 1984
    33 years
  • Dudley M. Hanson
    November 20, 1991
    26 years
  • Jessica Licko-Avants
    November 25, 2013
    4 years
 
 
Club Information

Welcome to our club!

Davenport

 

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
The Outing Club
2109 N Brady St.
Davenport, IA  52803
United States

Phone:
(563) 594-9473
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District Site
VenueMap
Venue Map
 
Home Page Stories

Dear Friends,

During the Rotary Year 2017-2018, Rotary District 6000 is partnering with World Bicycle Relief, an organization providing access to independence and livelihood through The Power of Bicycles. The money raised through our collective efforts will help to provide specially designed, locally assembled bicycles to students, healthcare workers and entrepreneurs in rural Africa; connecting them with education, healthcare, and economic opportunities.

Each Buffalo Bicycle costs $147, including shipping. We want to be instrumental in showing not only how a Buffalo bicycle can change the economic tree for an entire family, but how District 6000 Rotarians can come together to carry out the 2017-18 theme of Rotary: Making a Difference by making a big or small donation. It all helps.

Spend three minutes watching this inspiring video to see how your support can create a life-changing impact, also download flyer for more information regarding the program:

 

https://yout.be/AXQQiFRhFYg

https://clubrunner.blob.core.windows.net/00000001635/en-ca/files/homepage/2017-world-bike-relief/WBR-flier-for-non-Rotary--1-.pdf

 
 
Speakers
Central High School Auditorium Tour
Nov 20, 2017
Blue Devils New Aud-Come & See
Autumn Phillips-Quad-City Times
Nov 27, 2017
Decision Making and Bias in the Press
Tim Pearson
Dec 04, 2017
Friends of Iowa CASA & ICFCRB
President Sr. Joan Lescinski, PhD, CSJ
Dec 11, 2017
St. Ambrose Update Today & Future
Randy Brown
Jan 29, 2018
Rebound Forward, Rebound from Life’s Most Devastating Losses and Stay in the Game
Mayor Frank Klipsch
Feb 05, 2018
Davenport State of the City
In-Coming District Governor 6000 Tom Narak
Mar 05, 2018
Xicotepec Project
President Steven Bahls
Mar 26, 2018
Augustana Update and Future
 
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