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Tuesday 
7:30AM Short North, Yankee on N. High
12:00PM Upper Arlington, Scioto Country Club
Wednesday
7:00AM Westerville Sunrise, Old Bag of Nails
7:30AM TriVillage, OSU Golf Course Club House
7:30AM New Albany, New Albany Country Club
12:00PM Gahanna, Jefferson Golf & Country Club
12:15PM Dublin-Worthington, LaScalla Restaurant
Thursday
7:30AM Olentangy, Bridgewater Banquet Center
7:30AM Grove City, Pinnacle Golf Club
12:00PM Hilliard, Heritage Country Club
12:00PM Westerville, Villa Milano Party House
Friday
7:30AM Dublin A.M., Country Club of Muirfield
7:30AM Clintonville, Patrick J's
7:30AM Worthington A.M, Worthington Hills Country Club
7:45AM Lewis Center, NorthPointe Conference Ctr
12:00PM Whitehall-Bexley, Columbus Country Club 

 
 

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Columbus Rotary

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
The Boat House at Confluence Park
679 W. Spring Street
Columbus, OH  43215
United States
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MONDAY'S PROGRAM

 
Like mud?  Like fun with a challenge?  Want to support community service projects?  The “CRAWL. CLIMB. RUN.” has it all!  

Run the Columbus Rotary Obstacle course then hose off and enjoy delicious food and cold refreshing beverages while celebrating with teammates and friends.  Help each other through the course, wear costumes (prize for the best) and have fun!  Entry fees are $20 per person, or $75 per 4 person team, plus bring items for Mid-Ohio Food Bank, Homeless Families Foundation and homeless shelters.

Participants face a shorter, but challenging obstacle course that promises to be an experience to remember, and while it may be somewhat demanding, have fun and support a good cause. You may run it individually or as part of a four person team, and team members may help each other get through the obstacles. Wear costumes if you like and a prize will be awarded for the best one.

 
 
 
HAVE FUN!
Monday
May 11, 2015


"Student Service Above Self Project"

The twelfth annual Columbus Rotary High School “Service Above Self” Fair is Monday, May 11, with 20 Columbus City high schools participating. There will be 60 projects exhibited in the Ohio Union on the OSU Campus beginning at 11:00 AM and there will be presentations of a few exemplary projects during the luncheon meeting in the same room.  Guests are welcome and encouraged.

The event will be held in the Archie Griffin Ballroom.  This is a chance for you to interact with the students that are emulating Rotary ideals by making their communities a better place through their projects.  Another highlight of the Fair is the opportunity to enjoy lunch with the students, so please ask them to sit with you or vice versa. If you cannot make the entire event, come some time after 11:00 to speak to the students, then duck out before the program begins.  
 
The Scholarship Committee will also be presenting a number of Service Above Self Scholarships to deserving seniors during our luncheon.  Of note is the $25,000 Luke and Mary Beth McCormick Make A Difference Scholarship.  The recipient of this scholarship is kept secret until the award is presented.  To learn that they have just received $25,000 has been a life changing moment for many of the recipients.   
 
The Ohio Union South Garage is available for parking and is located immediately adjacent to the north side of the building with access from High Street and College Road. This garage offers 800 visitor-only spaces, including accessible parking and main campus disability permit access. A passenger drop-off loop is located off of the 12 Avenue entrance to the Ohio Union. Classes are NOT in session.  
For more information, please visit:
http://www.campusparc.com/osu/garages/ohio-union-south



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