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 four guests today: potential member Chris Bartlett, a CPA with Jones Battle Group, Mike Hope, who recently moved back home to NEOhio after living out of state, and is looking to move to Concord, John Shepard, Tom Cofer, Pastor from First Church Congregational on the square in Painesville, and potential member Greg Sanders from the Lake Health Foundation.  Great to have you all with us!     



Invocation:  Jean Manary

Pledge:  Karen Lawson

Song:  James Mango (Star-Spangled Banner)






Rota Bucks:

  • Eileen won $44 in today's raffle and the Queen of Spades drawing is up to $1,124!!


  • George Inscho turns 93 on October 1st!  Happy birthday, George!


  • Mary Jo announced that James Mango is going to be a judge for the upcoming Extended Housing fundraising event and there are seats left at the Rotary table there if you are interested in attaending. 
  • Brian Kane passed around a GoFundMe flyer for the 9-year old son of his colleage who has been diagnosed with leukemia.  There has been an account set up to help with the medical costs of treatment, etc.

Happy Bucks:

  • Eileen had two: one for Nick, who was very helpful to her after she was involved in a car accident in front of his office, and one for her mom being released from the hospital and doing better.



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 a presentation about Fine Arts Association in Willoughby.  Susie Bauer, Director of Development, and James Mango, Director of Performing Arts and Painesville Rotarian, were the speakers.  Fine Arts is in phase I of a capital campaign that will transform their facility and programs.  The current phase involves building a driveway and parking lot that will be their own, instead of sharing with Andrews Osborne, and will provide direct access to the building from Mentor Avenue.  The second phase will include the addition of considerable square footage to their current building (an additional 8,500 or so) that will allow for more classes, offerings, and people to be served.  Please contact Susie if you or anyone you know is able to contribute to this very important campaign - at any level!  James reviewed the upcoming theater season, and highlighted the shows that comprise it.  There is something for everyone, to be sure, and also creative and flexible options for purchasing packages of tickets - they allow you to mix and match tickets for different shows.  He also called attention to a new and creative use of space this year, by holding two shows at once on the same stage: by staging one toward the back, and then drawing the curtain and putting on a performance on the front part of the stage, the space is essentially used twice as much, which allows for double the entertainment and double the revenue.  Along these lines, they have also added a Senior Series which offers performances on select Wednesday afternoons, a time normally not utilized for revenue-generating performances.  Shows in the 2014-15 season are: Blithe Spirit, The Stinky Cheese Man & Other Fairly Stupid Tales, Willy Wonka, Plaid Tidingst (a Forever Plaid presentation), A Midsummer Night's Dream (performed by the extraordinalily-talented Youth Theatre Company), 19th Annual One Act Festival (Quirky, Quick, and Hilarious), and The Producers. 


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 21, 2014
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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