The annual Barn Dance hosted by the Rotary Club of Monroe is one of the Monroe community’s favorite events and is the club’s only fundraiser.  This year the club surpassed all previous records for money raised to enable so many worthwhile local and international community projects.  The preliminary tally of net proceeds is around $85,000. To see photos, click this link.
 
 
 

 
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Martin Perrin ended his exchange year with the Rotary Club of Monroe July 1st with a BBQ attended by all of his host families, club members, friends, and Martin’s entire family.  The Perrin’s flew into Vancouver and visited the city for several days before coming to Monroe, where they stayed with Greg Starup and Annette Shannon and visited people and places that Martin got to know during his stay. 
The BBQ included an exchange of club banners by incoming Monroe President Bob Martin and incoming Rotary Club of Chaumont, France President Vincent Perrin (Martin’s dad).
 
The Perrins left Monroe July 2nd to travel for a week on Vancouver Island.   On their way to Victoria, host parents Jill and Mitch Ruth treated the family to a San Juan Island cruise on their boat.
The Perrin family...Frédérique, Martin, Florine, Vincent, Bérénice and Joséphine
 
 
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Member Birthdays:
  • Philip Spirito
    July 1
  • Katy Woods
    July 3
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  • Jill Ruth
    Mitch Ruth
    July 31
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    July 29, 2015
    5 years
 
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