Driving Social Change at the Rotary Club of Beloit

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By Marina I. Jokic  (link to original article)

The Beloit Rotary Club in Beloit, Wisconsin has been an integral part of the local community since its founding in 1919. Until the 1980's, the club largely supported local charities through financial donations such as its support for eradicating polio, for example.

Later on, they took on more hands-on projects and increased their involvement with a myriad causes. Current President William Beckley is proud to serve the Beloit Rotary Club, which has sixty-five members today.

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Rotary Club of Beloit gives Student Scholarships

Posted by Ruth Carlson

Each spring, the Rotary Club of Beloit awards multiple $2,000 scholarships to high school seniors wishing to further their education. Of these scholarships, at least one will be awarded to a candidate furthering his/her education in a certified technical or two-year program. Students from Beloit Memorial High School, Beloit Turner High School, and Rock County Christian School, and home-schooled students are eligible for the Rotary Club of Beloit Scholarships.

Deadline for application submission is April, 12, 2012

 2011 Scholarship Application


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Club inducts Tim Scholten, President 2011-2012

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On June 28, 2011, Rotary Club of Beloit hosted its annual Changing of the Guard ceremony at the Rotary River Center.

Outgoing President, Kirke "Bo" Plank presented awards to club members for outstanding work. Tim Scholten presented Bo with the President's gavel plaque for his leadership in the 2010-2011 club year.

With 12 past presidents in attendance, the gavel was passed to Tim Scholten

 passing the gavel

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