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Rotary Club of
Newcomerstown Ohio

Newcomerstown

Serving Since 1925

Meeting As Scheduled
April's Country Kitch'n
640 HELLER DR
Newcomerstown, OH  43832
United States
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The power of light

Rotary members from Durango, Colorado, USA, team with the Navajo Nation to bring solar lights to remote, off-the-grid homes on the country’s largest Native American

Rotary advisers put polio on world stage

Behind the scenes of polio eradicationRotary’s national advocacy advisers are putting polio on the world stage. Here’s

On the road

Rotary helps fuel a brigade of mobile clinics that deliver free health care to rural

Six reasons you should give to Rotary on Giving Tuesday

You can start the holiday season on a charitable note by donating on Giving Tuesday, 28 November.Why should Rotary be your charity of choice? Because our 1.2 million members see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our

Bringing up babies

After overcoming a tough childhood, pediatrician Ramon Resa is helping to raise a new generation of

 
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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.
 
The Rotary Club of Newcomerstown helps coordinate work days on Newcomerstown's own walking/biking trail, Buckhorn Creek Trail. Owned by the Ohio & Erie Canal Coalition, the trail is maintained by many local volunteers. Follow us on Facebook for scheduled workdays.
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.

​Amber Moore and George Brode, juniors at Newcomerstown High School, are selected to participate in the 22nd  annual Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Conference,  The conference is a leadership training and awareness program   Amber and George are two of 90 participants  representing more than 50 high schools within North East Ohio.

 

The Newcomerstown Rotary Club presented members of Newcomerstown's third grade with their own personal dictionary's.  The students will use them throughout the year then will be able to take them home for future use.

 

They were the special encyclopedic edition of the Webster's dictionary for students.  The students were excited to get them.

 

The Club has donated another batch of children's books to the Newcomerstown Library.  Pictured is Jennifer Coventry, Youth Services Librarian, with a selection of the two dozen new books.  The books are signed by the guests and speakers who attend Rotary's meetings.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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