It's back again! The 3rd Annual Rotary Club 50/50 Super Raffle ticket to benefit our 4th of July fireworks event in Ashland!
 
Each ticket is $100 with a maximum of 150 tickets to be sold.
 
The lucky winning ticket holder will receive 50% of the jackpot. Winning ticket to be drawn approximately 8:30PM July 4th.
 
The drawing will be held live on Rotary Club of Ashland's Facebook page and broadcast live on 88.9FM, WRDL. Get your ticket before they are sold out! Or split it with a friend or two, but don't miss out on the opportunity to win up to $7,500 (if all tickets are sold).
 
You can purchase online here and ticket - select 50/50 will be mailed to you or contact Mitch Piskur at mpiskur1@gmail.com or call Mitch at 419-281-6349.
 
 

2022 Leadership Ashland Work Benefits Ministry to Impact the Next Generation 

Ashland, Ohio - Leadership Ashland has partnered with Pathfinder Farms and the Rotary Club of Ashland to raise funds for capital improvements at the farm, which teaches young people important life skills. The improvements include:

  • A heating and cooling system, which will allow activities to continue regardless of weather conditions.
  • A low ropes course that will facilitate training programs with multiple age groups.
  • An outdoor pavilion and/or a new building for the young women’s ministry.

We're doing it again!  Our Holiday Nut Sale is underway and you can help support our STRIVE Scholarships.  

Rotarian Lisa Armstrong, Armstrong Accounting is chairing this important community event.  

Pecans  $14.00
Mixed Nuts  $12.00
Cashews $12.00
Honey Roasted Cashews $12.00

Orders for nuts can be made online via this link.  You can also email any questions to Lisa.

These high-quality holiday nuts make great gifts for friends, relatives and business associates or buy them for yourselve.
 
Nut Orders can be picked up at:
ARMSTRONG ACCOUNTING 
1236 CLAREMONT AVE
ASHLAND OH 44805
 
Upcoming Events
 

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Speakers
Mark Zimmerman
Jun 07, 2022
Eli – The Phenom’s Story

Eli Weaver is 19 years old.

He has lived his entire life within 10 miles of his home near Mt. Hope, Ohio.

He is a farmer. A carpenter. A horse trader. A blacksmith.

…and every Saturday afternoon – a ballplayer.

Eli Weaver is Amish.

His father sees him as a blessing from God – ensuring the future of his family’s farm.

A major league scout sees in Eli God-given talents that can’t be taught.

What happens when a young man with an 18th century upbringing, steps into the 20th century world?

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We meet In Person & Online
Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
The Greens at Brethern Care
2000 Center Street
Ashland, OH 44805
United States of America
1st and 3rd Tuesdays
 
 
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