Lake Zurich Evening Rotary Club launched at Reinvinia
Eight local businesspeople became members of the new Lake Zurich Evening Rotary Club recently at Reinvinia in Cary.
Reinvinia is a music and entertainment evening sponsored each year by Lake Zurich Rotary President Mike Rein. Rotary District Governor Julie Clark swore in the new members, as well as Rein and the new Rotary Board.
The Evening Rotary Club meets at 6:30 p.m. the first and third Mondays of each month for speakers, networking and planning community service projects.
The meetings take place at La Hacienda, 21520 W. Field Parkway, Deer Park. They are open to the public and interested businesspeople are encouraged to stop by.
"We're excited about being able to give back to the community and get to know a great group of people," said Evening Club chairman Eric Corzine, product manager for Rittal Corp. in Schaumburg.
"It's really convenient for most of us to join an evening meeting, and that's why we started this. Anyone who wants to contribute to a great cause is welcome to join us."
Evening Club members are full members of the Lake Zurich Rotary Club and participate in all of its charitable work, including ending polio worldwide. The disease is found in only two countries now, down from 3 million cases annually in the 1980s.
Lake Zurich Rotary Club also runs an event for the Special Olympics each May, gives scholarships, and distributes books to poor children at the local food pantry every month.
For more information, contact Eric Corzine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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