Monthly Charity
Celebrating 30 Years of Women in Rotary - Funds for women's hygiene kits for disaster areas and underserving countries.
 
 
Club Executives, Directors, Committee Chairs
President
President Elect
Vice President (Program Chair)
Secretary
Sergeant-at-Arms
Past-President
New Member Chair
Red Badge-Blue Badge Chair
Executive Director
 
Meeting Responsibilities
Rotary Minute and Guest Introductions
7/19/18
DeGroff, Mark
 
7/26/18
Underwood, Joanie
 
 

Downtown Topeka Rotary Club - People of Action

Downtown Topeka

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Usually Capitol Plaza Hotel or Maner Conference Center, CHECK topekarotary.org for weekly location
1717 SW Topeka Blvd
Topeka, KS  66612
United States

Phone:
(785) 232-7216
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Featured Information
Meeting:  July 12 - Ramada Hotel, Regency East Ballroom
Program:  New Club President Mark DeGroff, Updates and Goals for 2018-19 Rotary Year
 
Meeting:  July 19 - Ramada Hotel, Grand Ballroom
Program:  Kansas University Medical Center, St. Francis Campus
Rotary District TEAM training is FREE to all Rotarians.
Cider Gallery
810 Pennsylvania St.
Lawrence, KS 660rr
8:30 - 1:00 pm
CLICK HERE to register
T - Transform
E - Engage
A - Advance your mission
M - Make A Difference!
 
Our club will be joining the Topeka South Club for a Rotary Service Trip to Guatemala from July 15 to July 21, 2018.  Past President Grace Morrison will fill a suitcase with needed items to take to Guatemala - Baby clothes Tooth brushes  Pens  -  Pencils  -  Crayons  -  Erasers Soccer balls  Basketballs Volleyballs  Over the counter medicine such as:  prenatal vitamins  -  ibuprofen  -  Advil  -  Tylenlol.
 
 
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Signature Charity
In 2016 the Topeka Downtown Rotary Club selected Topeka Center for Peace and Justice to receive a $20,000 grant for Restorative Justice.  This is truly a life changing program for students in our community.  Click on the video to learn more.
 
 
 
 

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