Custer Rotary Club 

In the Beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota

Program Committees
July= Roy Roadifer, BJ Shipp , Curtis Tyler     
August=  Dick Nolte, John Twiss, Verl Scheibe      
September=  John Carson, Charley Najacht,     
October=  Kathy Scheibe, Marguerite Cullum   
November=  Don Kraus, Mark Naugle   
December= Eve Trandem, Karen Kraus , Terri Cornelison 
January=  Dan Hutt, Lynn Kolund,  
February=  Becky Hove, Gail Trask, Jim Meyer    
March=  Steve Engelbrecht,, Patti Hauschildt 
April = Rex Jorgensen, Bonnie Ramer, Rick Wheeler 
May =  Mike Chase, Nathan Wiederholt   
June=   Dick Brown,  Tom Nelson      
 
 
 
 
 
 
Directors
President
President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Past President
 
Club Information

Welcome to our Club!

Custer Rotary Club

SERVICE ABOVE SELF

We meet Mondays at 12:00 PM
Custer Senior Ctr.
538 Mount Rushmore Road
Custer, SD  57730
United States of America
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Rotary International is the world's first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide. Rotary club members are volunteers who work locally, regionally, and internationally to bring peace and stability to the world by providing water and sanitation, disease prevention and treatment, maternal and child health, basic education and literacy, economic and community development, peace and conflict prevention/resolution. One of the major commitments is to eradicate polio from the face of the world. Our motto: Service Above Self.  

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Custer Rotarian Roy Roadifer ( Custer Rotary’s Rotarian of the Year) is honored in the 4 th of July Parade in Custer.  
 
Rotarian Mike Chase presents a check for $300.00 to the HOSA (Health Occupations Student Association) group.  They shared their experiences about the trip they went on to learn more about health fields that are available to pursue.  
Kadense Dooley, Mindy Dooley (advisor) and Mr. Baker.  
 
Kathryn Bradeen is this year’s Custer$1000 Scholarship Winner.  Custer Rotarian Kathy Scheibe presenting Kathryn her Scholarship Certificate.  Kathryn will be attending South Dakota State University this fall. Congratulations Kathryn! 
 
 
Monica Whiting being presented with a $500 donation for the Senior Meals by Custer Rotary President Jill Kettle. 
 
 
Sandy Arsenault presented to the Custer Rotary Club, what their membership does in providing scholarships, to deserving young students, and grants to teachers to enhance their projects in the classroom.  Crazy Horse Museum Curator/Director of Cultural Affairs,  Andrew Dunehoo, spoke about events and the University at Crazy Horse.  
New Member Gaylon Baker being presented with New Member Plaque of 4 Way Test, by District Gov. David Lorenz.
 
 
Doris Ann Mertz updated the Custer Rotary Club on happenings at the Custer Library.  Rotarian Marguerite Cullum presenting a $500.00 donation to the Custer Library.
Verl Scheibe presents to Mark Simonsma from Hope Haven a donation of $1000 from the Custer Rotary Club to go toward wheelchair distributions that they do.   Verl went on the last Hope Haven Wheelchair Distribution to Vietnam in March, and gave a presentation of that trip at the regular Rotary Club meeting. 
 
A great presentation by Nancy Falkenburg Brown on the Healing Gardens at Custer Regional Hospital on  April 29.  Thanks for spearheading that fundraiser to make that happen!  
8 of the Custer High School Sophomore will be going to Washington DC this spring.  They presented the program, and explained the many areas and sights they will be going to in DC.  It sounds like quite an educational trip!   Good luck and safe travels.  
 
Mark Naugle, Custer Rotary President Elect, presenting Gary Enright, Director of the Custer County 1881 Courthouse Museum, a donation from the Custer Rotary Club for $200.00.  Gary gave the Custer Rotary Club an update on the Custer County 1881 Courthouse Museum.  
 
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Roy Roadifer is being presented a plaque for Rotarian of the Year for 2019 by Custer Rotary President Jill Kettle.  Roy's support, and presents is being honored this year by being selected Rotarian of the Year.  Roy has over 20 years of perfect attendance.  Congratulations Roy! 
 
 
Speakers
District Governor Ina Winter
Sep 30, 2019
District Governor review for the District
 
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Ok, another challenge..... if you are reading this, and would like to get $250 added to your journey toward your Paul Harris Fellow, surf this website, (you can't ruin anything, or hurt or change anything) in the process you will become familiar with the site....  (No BIG hint this time, )

As you surf the site, look for the italicized words" 0 Polio Cases after you login as a member (member login), use the "communications" from the menu, and send me an email that you found it. ( and where).....  any questions on how to do this, ask Verl 

 
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