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2019/2020 President Cory Rehard passes the gavel to 2020/2021 President Jeff Neidig. Even a pandemic didn’t keep the Newcomerstown Rotary Club from continuing to help the community. The Club is looking forward to our future ventures. If you would like to help your community and join a local Service Club, consider The Rotary Club. We would be glad to have new members and new ideas for future projects.
Our Rotary Club had a special guest Monday: Rotary District Governor Linda Henderson from our district, 6650, made the trip from East Liverpool to Newcomerstown and enjoyed a dinner at Olde Main Street Museum before her presentation to our club. A big thank you to Bakers IGA for the meal, the museum staff for the evening setup, and everyone that had decorated the museum for the holidays. Linda loved the museum and village and wants to visit us again!
Our club participated in the 1st annual Gateway to Fall Festival in Newcomerstown. We provided helium balloons to the kids and had 2 yard games for them to participate in. Thanks to everyone for participating in and supporting this project.
Show your patriotism while supporting Rotary Community Projects by leasing a US Flag from the Newcomerstown Rotary Club. For $30 you can have the flag displayed during 6 holidays during the year. Rotary will own the flag, and we will store the flag when not in use. See the Fly the Flag Information at the bottom right of this web page.
Rotarians cleaned up the landscaping and applied fresh mulch with the help of local Boy Scouts.
Club Information
Rotary Club of
Newcomerstown Ohio
Newcomerstown
We meet In Person
Mondays at 6:00 PM
Olde Main Street Museum
213 W Canal Street
Newcomerstown, OH 43832
United States of America
Meeting Every 2 Weeks
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
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