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We return the Villa Milano at noon Nov. 4 for our weekly lunch meeting. Our World Polio Day observance will be the program, with an update on Rotary’s worldwide effort to eradicate polio from our speaker, District 6690 Polio Plus Chairwoman Melinda Thomas.

We also will host and celebrate our November Students of the Month,

Also in this delayed observance of World Polio Day (Oct. 24), we present a check to Melinda, culminating our Polio Plus giving to date for this Rotary year, and our Oct. 21 End Polio Now fundraiser held at The Aloft Hotel.

Melinda hails from Saint Clairsville, Ohio, near the eastern border of our state.  She travelled extensively during her career, then moved back to her hometown in 2014.

Melinda holds a chemical engineering degree from Ohio State University and worked for 25 years for Procter & Gamble in various roles, culminating as the Director of Procter & Gamble Ireland, before retiring as a supply chain executive.

Past president of the Rotary Club of Saint Clairsville, Melinda also is a 125 Club member and a Paul Harris Fellow.

Please join us for lunch, to hear from this excellent speaker, and to mark World Polio Day, at noon Nov. 4 at the Villa Milano Banquet & Conference Center, 1630 Schrock Road.


The Rotary Club of Westerville

Founded in 1959, the Rotary Club of Westerville is a service club of business professionals and leaders working to improve our community and larger world. We are part of Rotary International. Find out more at Contact the Club and learn how to join at

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The Rotary Club of Westerville is accepting applications for new membership.

The best way to pursue membership is to contact an existing Club member, and attend one of our lunches or events as her or his guest. Members of the public also are welcome to attend our events on their own, to see what our service club is all about. If possible, please give notice of your intent to attend a luncheon or social by emailing

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