We are looking forward to the meeting this week.  Same time and place, Thursday 11:30 am in the Beijing Room at Cornell Commons.
Speaker: Our meeting will include a presentation by local resident Kay Graber about immigrants and helping their path to citizenship.
Last week we had a fabulous former Youth Exchange Student, Robert Petrie present to our club.  He is a Cornell student.  Hearing about his experience was exciting and entertaining!  Speaking of Youth Exchange, our student will arrive on December 23rd!  If you are interested in greeting her at the airport, we will have a group of people their to welcome her.  Ask John Schultz for arrival details.
We are also working on finalizing the CPR training for January 27th.  Promotions coming soon!  
November 16, 2017 2017-11-14 06:00:00Z 0
Posted by Ann Gruber-Miller
Rotary Youth plant trees in MV
Ann Gruber-Miller
Sun News - April 2017
More than 20 youths and adults planted trees near Mount Vernon’s Nature Trail during a training session for Rotary Youth Exchange. 
Rotary Youth Plant Trees Ann Gruber-Miller 2017-11-04 05:00:00Z 0
Posted by MVLSUN on Oct 26, 2017

From the Hawkeye-Record, Dec. 6, 1945 ‘One long vacation’ before the service
October 26, 2017

Editor's note: A search for "cross country" led us to these short biographies of a couple of Rotarians, which appeared in the Hawkeye-Record Dec. 6, 1945.

Two Rotarions Tell Life Stories

George Lewis Albright and Rudy Vodicka gave their autobiographies to the Rotary club on Monday evening at the Baker House.

Rotary From 1945 MVLSUN 2017-10-26 05:00:00Z 0
Join members from the Mount Vernon-Lisbon for a morning of FREE CPR training. Sign up today to be one of the 36 members of our community who will be trained to save a life! This FREE WILL DONATION course will be taught by certified local American Heart Association trainers including Lisbon School Nurse, Julie Light. All supplies needed to participate in the course will be provided and further information and support will be provided by the American Heart Association. 
Community CPR training January 28th John Schultz 2017-01-28 06:00:00Z 0
The Rotary Club of Mt Vernon-Lisbon has partnered with another local Mt Vernon organization called One Mission Fundraising.  One Mission offers a platform for organization and individuals to raise funds for their church, school, medical cause, or community project among other things.  You can buy great products and know that 40% of the dollars you spend go to the cause or you can simply chose to donate directly on the site.  Check out the site at: One Mission Fundraising for Mt Vernon-Lisbon Rotary
Bonus: If you live near Mt Vernon/Lisbon and would prefer to pick up your items and save on the shipping charges, use promo code MVFRIEND to remove the shipping charges from your order.
Buy Great Products to Benefit the Club! 2016-04-27 05:00:00Z 0
Donations were made by the Rotary Club of Mt. Vernon/Lisbon to the Lisbon and Mt. Vernon School districts as well as the Southeast Linn Community Center. $500 was given to each of the two schools for relief of needs indicated by low income families. $2000 was donated to the Southeast Linn Community Center (SELCC) to assist with general operate operations. Members in attendance were President, John Schultz, Rebecca Schultz, Richard Kohl and Addison Ault.
Donations made to area programs 2016-02-13 06:00:00Z 0