Rotary Club of Painesville

        District 6630 / Club #03555

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Birthdays & Anniversaries

Member Birthdays:
  • George Inscho
    October 1
  • David McCall
    October 16
  • Larry Lamphier
    October 17
  • Larry Lamphier
    Jane Lamphier
    October 6
  • George Inscho
    October 15
Join Date:
  • Donna Price
    October 17, 2012
    2 years
  • Dave Osborn
    October 24, 2006
    8 years

Club Information

Welcome to our Club!


Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Hellriegel's Inn
1840 Mentor Ave
(P.O. Box 821)
Painesville, OH  44077
United States
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We welcomed many guests today: Jean Manary brought Ron Butterfield as her guest; Maureen Kelly brought three guests: two deputies from her office that deal with foreclosures - T. J. Lynch and Melissa Underwood - and Jim Walsh, the IT person for Lake County Courts and other government offices.  Thank you all for joining us!     



Invocation:  Tom Cofer

Pledge:  James Mango

Song:  Dr. Lucker (America the Beautiful)






Rota Bucks:

  • Nick won $32 in today's raffle and the Queen of Spades drawing is back down to $32, after Nick won it all last week!  Congratulations, Nick!!


  • No birthdays this week.


  • Welcome to our two new members: Tom Cofer and Greg Sanders!
  • Dick announced that the dictionaries have been ordered, and when they arrive, will have Four-Way Tests put into them, and then will be ready to be delivered to the third grade classes.  Volunteers will be needed for this distribution.

Happy Bucks:

  • None this meeting.



Welcome our newest Painesville Rotarian: Judy Emery!

If you need help using our program Clubrunner, our website, or just need help getting logged in, then call or email Brad Brown at (440) 510-8122 or 

Today's program was about the Lake County Land Reutilization Corporation (LCLRC).  Presenting was John Rogers, Director of the LCLRC, and also State Representative for House District 60.  The LCLRC is a non-profit organization, not a government entity, and is funded in part by delinquent property taxes in Lake County.  It was created in part as a response to the ever-increasing number of foreclosures in Lake County from 2000 - 2010; though this number has begun to decline in the last three years.  The program serves as a land bank, to which properties may be donated; the organization then demolishes them and creates green space.  This helps neighborhoods in several ways, among them the prevention of (further) property value decline that is caused by foreclosed homes and the creation of attractive and safe green space where there once was blight and potential for crime activity.  The program has an initiative called Moving Ohio Forward, through which 58 properties (in numerous cities throughout Lake County) have been demolished to date, with another handful slated to be demolished in the coming months.  The properties are demolished at no cost to the city or township.  For more information, please visit their website at: 


With Identity Theft and "data mining" on the internet such a problem, it is best if we keep your name, home address, phone numbers, including cell numbers, and other personal information safe from those surfing the internet for information.  However, your trusted fellow Painesville Rotarians might want to contact you or check on the name of your spouse they just can't seem to remember now.  So with a password they can easily find those things out.

We are just trying to find the balance between easy information for you and hard to get information from those you don't want to have your personal information.

P.S. You can get and print a listing of all Rotarians and their contact info anytime you want (and you know it is updated to the latest we have), but sorry you can't forward a contact list from the bottom of the eBulletin (and therefore can't have it forwarded all over the internet).


Rotary Park (formerly called North Park) was renamed in 1996 after the local Painesville Rotary Club donated thousands of dollars and many hours of labor to revitalize and renovate this small neighborhood park. The park offers a ball diamond that is used by several youth leagues for practices. It also has a new play structure purchased with funds from the state Natureworks grant program. This 4 1/2 acre park is located off Hine Avenue.



Oct 28, 2014
Rev. Mary Carson
Recent tour of The Holy Land

Club Executives & Directors

President Elect
Foundation Liaison
Membership Chair


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