16th Annual Police Officer Achievement Award Program

Honoring Officers Demuriel Young and Donald McGhee

The Rotary Club of St. Louis will be presenting the 16th Annual St. Louis Rotary Club Police Officer Achievement Award on Thursday, May 15th.  The award was created to honor outstanding achievement by an officer in the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department.

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Menu for  May 15: Wedge of Romaine w/ Cherry Tomatoes & Creamy Herb Dressing,  Chicken Stroganoff, Buttered Egg Noodles, Steamed Broccoli,  Chef’s Choice Dessert. Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee, Tea and Iced tea.

For members with dietary restrictions, alternate meals are available, but they must be ordered by Wednesday afternoon from the Rotary office at 314-894-1759. Cost: $16.00 or a prepaid luncheon ticket


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Upcoming Speakers

May 15: Chief Sam Dotson, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, Annual              Police office Awards

May 22: Charlie Brennan, "Amazing St. Louis"

May 29: Rotary Community Service Grant Recipients

Committee Meetings

May 12: Program Committee, Noon, MAC

May 13: Classificaiton Committee, NOON 

May 14: Board of Directors, Noon, MAC

May 15: Community Service, 1:00 p.m., MAC

  Club Events

May 12: Bowling Banquet, Maggiano's Italian Restaurant

May 21: Charity Golf Tournament, Forest Park:  

May 30 - June 1: Stag Float Trip


Member Weiss Matt

Alleygations from the St. Louis vs Kansas City Bowling Trip - Matt Weiss

Another glorious spring day greeted 24 of Rotary St. Louis’s finest anxious for the task at hand.  To trek to Columbia MO to retain the coveted “Bowling Trophy” from the wreched heathens of the west, ...

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Bowling Banquet - May 12

The bowling banquet will be at Maggiano's Restaurant, #2 The Boulevard in Richmond Heights (across from the Galleria). The team captains are responsible for getting an accurate count of attendees from their team.

Member Finch Jim

50th Annual Float Trip - Jim Finch

This year will be the 50th time the St. Louis Rotary Club has ventured to Akers Ferry on the Current River to celebrate the rites of manhood.  Before the trip, a notice is sent to all women and families to avoid the river on that weekend.  Among ...

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