Batavia High School Interact Club Members are now helping dress children around the globe.
Join the Fox Valley’s newest team, and the Fox Valley Service Clubs for a night of family fun. The service clubs of Fox Valley and the Chicago Steel are uniting to raise funds for LivingWell Cancer Resource Center. A portion of the ticket proceeds purchased through this online portal will go towards LivingWell.
Bonnie Streid Grand Prize Winner of the 2017 Corvette Raffle accepts the grand prize from Batavia Rotary Club President Rick Pumo.
The Winning Ticket is revealed from our Batavia Rotary President Rick Pumo and Raffle Drawing Chair Tom Von Lunen.
Congratulations to the Winners of the 28th Annual Corvette Raffle
Grand Prize Winner of the 2017 Corvette Coupe (1LT) or $45,000
Ticket #0467 - Bonnie Streid
Plus Our 10 Additional Prizes Winners of $500 Cash!
#0313 - Terry Igoe - $500
#0776 - Ray Jaquette - $500
#0961 - James Frybarger Jr - $500
#0081 - Dennis Richerson - $500
#0322 - Robert Albrecht - $500
#0031 - Mike Minella - $500
#0425 - Robert Goodson - $500
EARLY BIRD WINNERS!
#0014 - Danny Youmara (August 19th Winner) - $500
#0637 - Robert White (September 19th Winner) - $500
#0842 - Jason Posluszny (October 19th Winner) - $500
Letter from Interact.
Written by Bianca Celozzi, Interact Exec Board memeber
Interact Club at the Batavia High School has been super busy with volunteering in the month of October! From helping package food at Feed My Starving Children to watching a movie at inclusion movie night at the Batavia Public Library, there has been a lot of students participating in both of these events. Interact Club, also, linked up the Central Dupage Hospital for Halloween. We got fifty bags and filled them with gooey eyeballs, pencils, and other halloween toys. Then we donated all of them to Central Dupage Hospital for Halloween. It was a blast and all the children in the hospital loved the goodie bags. We plan to do something with the hospital again sometime this school year. Along with the Halloween theme, there was a huge amount of people volunteering with the Haunted Quarry downtown Batavia. They got to dress up on the weekends and make the Haunted Quarry come alive by scaring the little kids. Everyone had so much fun, definitely a success. There is a handful of volunteer opportunities coming up for the holidays that Interact Club is tremendously excited about!
Thursday, August 11th - 6:30 p.m.
Cougars vs. Cedar Rapids - $12 each - Fifth Third Bank Ballpark
One night at a baseball game, a great time to be had by all. Take this time and consider a child who needs a polio vaccine. Just think: for the price of one hot dog you can save a child from Polio. Join the Batavia Rotary Club and help us strike this disease off the face of the earth forever.
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Fifteen children applied and were approved in 2015. Through outreach and awareness efforts, we expect that figure to grow by more than 40% in 2016 After Kindergarten Enrichment needs are met, Success By Six will fund pre-school scholarships for low income and homeless as well. It is our goal to have as many children as possible have Success By age 6 and develop skills and habits for a life of learning.
Winner of the 27th Annual Corvette Raffle takes the keys!
Roy Wackerlin takes delivery of his Brand New 2016 Corvette Convertible. Members of the Batavia rotary Club were there to thank Roy for his participation in the 2015 Annual Corvette Raffle. Batavia Rotary Club President Holly Deitchman (pictured) was there to hand Roy the keys.
The Rotary Club of Batavia, Illinois Annual Corvette Raffle enables us to do the great work which includes support for local, national, and international service projects. We support programs to eradicate polio, fight hunger, provide clean water, promote literacy, and alleviate suffering worldwide. We get involved!