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2014 KIRKWOOD ROTARY GREENTREE RAMBLE SPONSORS

Another successful Ramble!
 
 
A special thanks to our sponsors!
 
And to our runners!
 
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We Ramble again Sept. 12, 2015!
 
Save the Date. Spread the word.
 

Home Page Stories

2014 GREENTREE CLUB VOLUNTEERS
 
Special thanks to those who "manned" the Beer Booth (no photo available)
Peter Bogetto
Art McDonnell
Bob Brennan
Bob Miller
Pete Broeder
Rick Redington
Barb Byerly
Tom Riggs
Ginger Cayce
Paul Schaefer
Clyde Farris
Bob Sears
Kirk Hutchison
Blake Smith
Dave Jayne
Gwenne Hayes Stewart
Deb Lavender
Lynn Suydam
Mike Lucey
Lloyd Todd
Carl Lumley
Dennis Vitt
Jim Matush
Tom Williams
 
And to those who helped with the Parade Line-of-March:
Pete Broeder Paul Paese
Ginger Cayce Rick Redington
Mike Croghan Tom Riggs
Gerry DeWulf Jim Rose
John Heimburger Blake Smith
Clyde Farris Lloyd Todd
Dave Jones Joe Walsh
Sterling Littlepage Tim Walsh
Chip Obert  
 

Pictured (l-r): Lloyd Todd, Clyde Farris, Gerry DeWulf, John Heimburger, Mike Croghan, & Tim Walsh.
 
 
 
 

 
 
Hands On Kirkwood Receives Boost from Kirkwood Rotary Club
Hands on Kirkwood is inviting every member of the community to go and to serve neighbors in need during a single all day volunteer event. This year’s event is scheduled for Saturday, Oct 4. This annual effort, started by the Kirkwood Baptist Church, has been joined by Harrison Avenue Missionary Baptist Church; Concord Lutheran Church; Kirkwood United Methodist Church; Kirkwood United Church of Christ; City of Kirkwood; St. Louis Community College at Meramec and numerous organizations. The donation from the Kirkwood Rotary Club was made possible by proceeds from the Club’s recent annual Kirkwood Greentree Festival Rotary Ramble. The donated funds will be used to purchase supplies for home projects, which is a major focus of the effort, as well as other needs.
Kirk Hutchison, Kirkwood Rotary Club President, left, presents a $1,000 check from the Club to Dr. Scott Stearman Senior Pastor, Kirkwood Baptist Church accepting for Hands on Kirkwood, Blake Smith, Co-Chair 2014 Greentree Festival Ramble, and Deb Lavender, Rotary Club liaison to Hands On Kirkwood.
 
 

 
Lynn Suydam gives Paul Harris Award to his wife, Connie
 

 
 

Kirkwood Rotary's Community Projects Over the Years.

 If YOU know of any additional projects OR have info. and pics on these projects please send them to:
webmaster@KirkwoodRotary.org.  Thank you.

Kirkwood Rotary has a long tradition of community projects.  Here is a partial list:

  1  Quarry Park Look-out/Education platform.
  2  Walker Lake Dock
  3  Farmer's Market Pergola
  4  Mudd's Grove Library Bookshelves (2009)
  5  Mary Culver Home Refreshment Station
  6  Manor Grove Gazebo
  7  Meacham Park Garden Shelter (2013)
  8  Four Rotary Bike Racks (2014)
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2014 KWD Rotary Installs Bike Racks.
 

Kirkwood Rotary Club members, from left, Tom Riggs; Pete Broeder, club president;
Kirkwood Mayor Art McDonnell, & Dave Jayne check out the bike rack recently installed in Kirkwood Park.
 
Four new bike racks were recently installed in the Green Tree City by the Rotary Club of Kirkwood.

Two are located at the Farmers' Market and two at Kirkwood Park; one near the tennis courts and the other at the concession stand near the ball fields. The Rotary emblem is prominently featured on each.

These rack's are being installed in connection with Kirkwood Rotary's annual community project.  "In the past we built a gazebo at Manor Grove, a fishing dock at Walker Lake in Kirkwood Park, a pergola at Farmers' Market, shelving at Mudd's Grove and more," said Pete Broeder, club president.

"These bike racks respond to a need prompted by the popularity of the cycling public. In fact, the city is currently developing a plan, with the assistance of the park board, for Kirkwood to become a more pedestrian and bicycle friendly community," said Tom Riggs, Rotary club past president. "It is a healthy, enjoyable activity for people of all ages and our club is pleased to join the effort."
 
 

 
 
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OCTOBER
Keightley, Robert  02
Cayce, Ginger  04
Meyers, David  05
Lavender, Deb  11
Tucker, Eric  17
Lumley, Carl  28
 
NOVEMBER
Ewing, Neil  11
Purcell, David  14
Beyer, Bob  20
Riggs, Tom  22
Evans, Jane  24
Linza, Zoe  26
 
DECEMBER
Kays, Vernon  11
Smith, Blake  19
Todd, Lloyd  19
 
JANUARY
Combs, William    01
Jones, David    02
Geiger, Joseph    08
Jones, Herbert    16
Walsh, Timothy    28
Williams, Tom    31
 
 
 
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