Serving our Community
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Foreign Exchange Inbound
Foreign Exchange Outbound
Future Planning and Foundation
Rotary's Six Areas of Focus
Providing Clean Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
Saving Mothers and Children
Growing Local Economies
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Picture by Yeagley Architects Looking Northwest Note the Old Post Office on the RH corner
Possible Floor Plan Looking North
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Louisville Rotary Projects
For six holidays, we post and retire 1,154 US flags in front of participating resident's homes.
In 2013, from the proceeds of this program we donated 6 $1,000 grants to kick start or support projects that effect the citizens of Louisville.
1. Louisville Community Cupboard - Food Pantry
2, Louisville Scholarship Foundation - College scholarship for college student.
3. Louisville YMCA Strong Kids - memberships for children with needs.
4. Louisville Library Literary Supplies $825 - summer reading program for elementary students
5. Louisville Constitution Committee - upfront funding for 2013 celebration.
6. Meals on Wheels - serve 350 meals per week to Louisville area shut-ins.
Purchased a Shelter Box for survivors of earthquakes in Haiti '10 and Japan '11: (tents, beds, food and a full kitchen for 10 people) Sponsored & housed over 22 Foreign Exchange students (Japan, India, Brazil, England etc.)
We maintain a mile of the Nickelplate Walking Trail
Yearly, we donate to eradicate Polio worldwide
Annually we organize a speech contest for LHS speech students
We raised funds to construct restrooms at Metzger Park in 2007
Raised funds for Gazebo & Clock on the square
Constructed new benches for Nimishillen School
Refinished park benches in Downtown Louisville
Donated a new sound system to YMCA
Operated the Haunted House by the Dairy Queen in 1980
We moved the St. Joseph's Hospice - 89 senior resident households in 1974. Wow!
Built the large picnic shelter in Constitution Park in 1960
We led a bond drive for HP Products after a major fire in 1954, the company of 100 employees still operates in Louisville