Rotary Club of
Crystal Lake


Volume 3 | Issue 7



Welcome to another issue of our weekly bulletin
We'll try to keep everyone up-to-date on our weekly meetings and all our Dawnbreaker activities.
Country Inn and Suites
Terry will summarize
the changes approved at the
2019 Council on Legislation 
Every three years, Rotarians meet at the Council on Legislation to review and vote on proposed changes to the legislation that governs Rotary.
They consider enactments, which change Rotary’s governing documents,
and position statements by the RI Board.
Our meeting will be followed by a meeting of our
Charity Fund Board
Board of Directors
Everyone is welcome to stay!
Monday's board meeting
was cancelled and will be replaced by a short board meeting after our regular meeting
next week
As always, everyone is welcome so reserve a little extra time next Wednesday morning

McHenry County Coalition of Rotary Clubs
meeting 7:30 TONIGHT
at Northwestern Huntley Hospital
10400 Haligus Rd
Mtg Room 1B
(go in main entrance, front desk staff will direct you)
There's still time (but not much!) to reserve  seats on the bus going to the
Milwaukee party/game
Sept 7th
If you're interested email Mary B
This Saturday is the
NISRA Hawaiian Luau Dance!
August 17th
Crystal Lake Main Beach
Contact Mary M to volunteer!
This is the last week to register for
this year's class of the
District Leadership Academy 
It is an all-online class
that you can do in your free time.
For more information: 
Deadline to register is August 15th
We will be painting a unit for
Home of the Sparrow
Saturday morning
August 24
Easy-peasy sign-up online
on our website!
Go to
and click on the event on the right hand side
Many thanks to Bill and Penny for volunteering to serve on the Charity Fund Board
Board of Directors!
Did you know...
In 1942, in the midst of World War ll, Rotary convened a conference in London that succeeded in assembling ministers of education and observers of 21 governments — many of them in exile in London — for the purpose of considering the organization of a vast educational and cultural exchange after the conclusion of the war. Later that same year the group began laying plans for UNESCO and thus, literally, the United Nations was born.
Rotary International and the Red Cross are the only two
Non-governmental Organizations holding seats
at the United Nations. 
McHenry County Coalition of Rotary Clubs: Aug 13th  7:30 Huntley Hosp
Deadline to enroll in the District Leadership Academy:  August 15th
NISRA Hawaiian Luau Dance:  August 17th
Home of the Sparrow Painting Party:  August 24th   8:00-12:00
Rotary Road Trip to Miller Park:  Sept 7th
Rotary Day at Richardson Farm:  Sept 15th
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