Meeting Info
Kirksville-Thousand Hills

People of Action

We meet In Person
Thursdays at 7:00 AM
Kirksville Parks and Rec
801 E. Mill St.
Conference Room
Kirksville, MO 63501
United States of America
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Immediate Past President
Community Service Chair
Service Projects Chair
Membership Chair
Vocational & Youth Service
Rotary Foundation Chair
International Service
Public Image Chair
Program Chair
Vocational & Youth Service
Club Service
District 6040
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This week at Rotary, Kevin Powell from the Missouri Department of Conservation came to speak on Conservation. He spoke on the invasive weeds on lakes at this time of the year, the new K9 teams for the conversation department, and all day Turkey hunting this year!
Pictured below is Kevin Powell alongside fellow Rotarian Jason Munn.
Breanne Hunt, executive director of Lifeline in Kirksville, was the featured speaker at a recent meeting of the Rotary Club of Kirksville-Thousand Hills. Lifeline's purpose is to help individuals who find themselves facing unexpected pregnancies. The organization provides support, encouragement, referrals to other providers, educations, and supplies for expectant parents and babies. All services are provided free of charge. Lifeline is community supported, and is a Christ-centered ministry. The organization also provides educational programs in over 50 area schools. Pictured are Breanne Hunt and Tonya Hall, Thousand Hills Rotary Club member
This week at Rotary, two cast members in the KHS Theatre, performed an act from their upcoming musical, Legally Blonde: The Musical.
Reese Williams and Carson Kelly did a great job, and our members are excited for the whole musical. 
Pictured is Reese Williams, Carson Kelly, with Reese's grandparents and fellow Rotarians, Roger and Terry Miller.
Dan Martin, who is on the Forest Lake Area Trail System (FLATS) board, spoke at the Thousand Hills Rotary club last week. Dan explained that FLATS was very excited to be adding a pavilion to the FLATS Theta-Psi trailhead.
Pictured below is the club president Ernie Loft (right) and president elect Courtney Bonnell (left) presenting a $5,000 check to FLATS. The $5,000 donation was made possible by the Reverse Raffle, which is the club's annual fundraiser.
Stephanie Mills came to the Thousand Hills Rotary Club this morning to speak about the non-profit Fairy Godmother. Fairy Godmother provides prom dresses for high school girls in foster care, who otherwise wouldn't be able to go. Not only do they provide dresses, but the non-profit assists these girls with all the essentials needed for prom and provides an ambassador for life.
The United Way of Northeast Missouri drive chair, Amanda Selby spoke this last week to the Thousand Hills Rotary Club.
Amanda presented on the impact that the United Way has on the committee around us, and how she has personally been impacted by the organization.
Pictured below is club president Ernie Loft presenting Amanda with $1,000 donation to support the United Way.
The $1,000 donation was made possible by the Reverse Raffle, the club's annual fundraiser.
Jason Munn officially became a member of the Thousand Hills Rotary Club on August 21st. The picture above is Jason in the middle, Zach Springer, to the left, was his sponsor, and Ernie Loft to the right is the club president. The club is excited for the new and unique ideas that Jason brings.
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