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It's time to nominate the cream of the crop for the 2016 Excellence in Teaching Award.
 
Delaware County has earned the reputation of having excellent schools. and this hasn't happened by accident.  The teachers take their role seriously and commit to our students' success. Because of this our Rotary annually recognizes an elementary, middle and high school teachers representing one of the following schools, Buckeye Valley, DACC, Delaware City and/or Delaware Christian.
 
The Delaware Rotary Club is excited to offer the opportunity to nominate an excellent teacher for the 2016 Excellence in Teaching Award.  The awards will be presented at the Delaware Rotary Club meeting and luncheon on  May 2, 2016.  The deadline for submission of applications is:MARCH 10, 2016.  Applications are to be emailed or mailed to the  attention of Teri Meider, Delaware Area Career Center 4565 Columbus Pike Delaware OH 43015 or meidert@delawareareacc.org  Applications and nomination forms are located in the right column.
 
If you have any questions, please contact Teri Meider at (740) 201-3204
 

 
 
 
 
Angel Boulis Shares news about Connexus, Click for more details on her visit
 
 
 
Allen Armstrong talking to members after our meeting. Click for more details
 
 

 
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Mel Corroto, Executive Director of Andrews House, accepts a check for $3,000 from the Delaware Rotary Club in support of the summer lunch program at Woodward Elementary. This grant supports the weekend backpack meals that are sent home with kids on Fridays throughout the summer.
 

 
 
This Saturday Rotarians took to the streets of Delaware to clean it up. I hope you join us next time in helping, I happen the think our stretch of SR 521 is the cleanest in Delaware! 
 

 

 
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Rotary was out in force to serve and support our community during the week of the fair, Congratulations to the winner Limelight Beach driven by Yannick Gingras in a time of 1:50.4
 
 
 
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