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Welcome To The Hoopeston Rotary Club!

Hoopeston Rotary Club

Service Above Self

We meet Tuesdays at 5:00 PM
Carle Hoopeston Regional Health Center Country Terrace Dining Room
701 E Orange St
Hoopeston, IL  60942
United States
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The Hoopeston Rotary Club recently purchased a new conssesion trailer for serving its soft serve ice cream. The trailer was picked up in Northern Indianna on July 2, 2012 and put into service on July 3rd for Hoopeston's July 4th celebration. The lettering was put on the sides just in time to attend the Hoopeston Regional Hospital's New Surgical Center Open House on July 14th. From there the club set up at Mowrey Farm Auction in Milford, IL on July 18. The unit will be used again on August 15 at Mowrey Farm Auction and from there it will be going to 5 days at Hoopeston's National Sweetcorn Festival held on Labor Day Weekend. As far as is known now, the final useage for the season will be back at Mowrey Farm Auction on September 19. If anyone or club would like for the Hoopeston Rotary Club to assist with a special event and/or fund raiser, just get in touch.
With the challenge in place, Rotarians find ways of making things happen. Click HERE and see what is happening to eliminate polio.
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