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No thorns allowed on Rotary delivery day.  "It was another record-breaking year for the sale. Last year, the Rotarians sold 1,325 dozen roses."

 

ANOTHER ROSE RECORD Ed Bejarana 2017-10-21 07:00:00Z 0
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Published on September 16, 2017 at 5:00 am | By DEVIN HEILMAN Staff Writer for the CDA Press.
 
The CDA Rotary Club kick's off their annual rose sale.
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Many hands make light work. Rotary members make fast work sorting through  and organizing 2400 pounds  of donated food at September 14, United Way Day of Caring.
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Credit - CDA Press Article - Saturday, September 17th
 
This rootin'-tootin' rowdy Rotary rodeo queen had just one message for her peers and for the entire community: It's Rotary Rose Sale time.
 
The 26th annual Rotary Rose Sale commenced Friday with a Wild West theme chosen by Heidi Rogers, Club President, who is a cowgirl at heart.  The benefits of the Rotary Rose Sale are twofold — someone's day is brightened when they receive a dozen long-stem roses on delivery day and all of the proceeds from the sale benefit a variety of charitable organizations and causes within the community. In the past, Rose Sale funds have helped support the Boys and Girls Club, college scholarships, the Coeur d'Alene food bank, the Kroc Center, Polio Plus, Specialized Needs Recreation and many more.

 

The roses come in a variety of colors, from deep red to peach to bright fuchsia. Last year, 1,150 dozen roses were sold and delivered to nearly 14,000 people, raising more than $35,000.

"Building a culture of community service in Coeur d'Alene, I've realized, takes many hands working together," Rogers said. "This is why now more than ever I see our community joining forces to build a momentum of taking care of the place where we live, learn, work and play."

Rotary Rose Sale roses are $28 per dozen and will be available early Oct. 21. To order roses, contact Katie Hunt, 818-0300, or email coeurdalenerotary@gmail.com.

In the last five years, the Rose Sale has pulled in nearly $400,000. And along with monetarily supporting these causes, many times roses are delivered to those who utilize their services, such as clients of Tesh, Inc., St. Vincent de Paul and Union Gospel Mission.

 
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   Coeur d'Alene Rotary Grants in Motion
 
In the middle of June, Coeur d'Alene Rotarian
members traveled with a team of 34 from the
Northwest in effort of setting up mobile
medical and dental clinics.
 
 
While there, the team also provide many other
services including distributing about 1000 pairs
of shoes. These adjustable shoes filled a gap
when there wasn't an exact pair that fit the child.
 
 
Honduras Shoe Impact Michele Dirks 2016-08-21 00:00:00Z 0
 
 
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COME ONE COME ALL TO THE FIRST ANNUAL
COEUR D'IRISH PARTY
ON MARCH 17, 2016
5:30 TO 9:30 AT THE COEUR D'ALENE RESORT
 
 
 
Purchase your ticket by clicking on the following button
 
PURCHASE YOU TICKETS HERE - HIT THE BUTTON
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Our 2015 Coeur d'Alene Rotary Rose Sale Patrons!

 

This year we have created a Patron Rose Level ($1,000) and includes 25 dozen roses. The program was well received by our fellow Rotarians and we have had some generous Rose Patrons. 

Special thanks to our 2015 Rose Patrons for being a community hero: Young Construction, Tom Addis Lake City Ford, Northwest Specialty Hospital, CDA Press, Hecla Mining, and Mountain West Bank. 


   
John Young with Young Construction
 
  
Jim Addis with Lake City Ford
  
Rick Rasmussen with Northwest Specialty Hospital 
 
Coeur d'Alene Press
 
 
Luke Russell with Hecla Mining Company
 
 
Russ Porter with Mountain West Bank
 

 

 

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26th Annual Rose Sale

GIVE BACK TO YOUR COMMUNITY! Coeur d'Alene Rotary is holding our annual fundraiser to support a variety of charities and civic projects in the greater Coeur d’Alene community. Over the past 25 years our club has raised over $693,000 to give directly to programs listed below.

 

Roses are $28 a dozen and $18 is tax deductible!  Please provide what color you would like (red, pink, yellow, orange) and to whom/where the roses should be delivered. 

Checks can be made payable to CDA Rotary FoundationDelivery date is Friday, October 16.

To place  your order please contact Britt Towery, Chair of the PR Committee at btowery@kh.org or 208-625-4489 

 

Donations in the past years have gone to support the Rotary Bandshell & Summer Concert Series, Fallen Heroes Plaza, McEuen Park, KROC Center, Boys and Girls Club, Hospice of North Idaho, St. Vincent de Paul, CDA Youth Symphony, CASA, Heritage Health Community Clinic Mobile Unit, area youth grants and college scholarships for area students to UI, LCSC, and NIC to name a few.

   

President Ron Ouren, aka Pete Rose, kicking off the annual Rose Sale!

 

 
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Posted by Brian Simpson
A well deserved tribute to
Denny Hague as the Rotarian
of the year and our
Past President, Lori Mayfield
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The volunteer of the year is Joe Sharnetsky
who volunteered behind the scenes to
help with the great posters for the Auction for
the last couple of years
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Honoring four of our Rotarian vets: Stewart Butler, Tom Cronin, Brian Simpson, and the late Jim Elder. Terrific Veterans’ Day program presented by Janet & Les Atchley!

 

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Jim Elder, deceased, was honored with his wife, Helen, their children and grandchildren present.

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Posted by Wanda Quinn

Happy New Year,

Your Board of Directors hope you had an enjoyable Christmas and are looking forward to 2014.

As we begin the New Year, the club begins the process of dispersing the funds you have worked so hard to raise. We want all club members to be aware of the grant process so you can promote it in our community.

Coeur d'Alene Rotary Club 2014 Grant Applications for Youth Grants, Local Community Service and International Service will be available on the club website and Facebook by January 8, 2014 and must be submitted by February 13, 2014 by 5:00 PM PST.

The Club will not be offering Civic Improvement Grants this year. Last year, our club, along with Sunrise and Thursday Night clubs, committed to a multi-year award to the Panhandle Parks Foundations for naming rights to the McEuen Park - Harbor House.

New this grant cycle…

1.  The establishment of a Local Community Service Committee, for community needs that did not meet the requirements of youth grants or civic improvement. This committee’s focus is on organizations that provide basic social/welfare needs such as housing and food; health life style choices; enrichment activities including arts, music or cultural events.

2.  For local and international projects to be considered for Rotary International or District Funding, as well as, the paddle raise at our April Auction, funding requests must be submitted through this application process by February 13, 2014 at 5:00pm PST.

3.  A Coeur d'Alene Rotary Grant Workshop will be offered on January 15, 2014 7:30-8:30am University of Idaho Coeur d'Alene 1031 N. Academic Way. The workshop is open to those interested in applying for club grants.

In the last five years, Rotary Club of Coeur d’Alene and Foundation have awarded $425,890 in community and international grants and donations.

The following resources will be on  the  club website and Facebook

1.    2014 Grant applications

2.    List of committees and member assignments

3.    List of recipients of our charitable donations for the last 5 years

Wishing all of you a healthy and happy 2014!

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Posted by Brian Simpson

ImageCoeur d'Alene Rotary recently provided grant funding to local community organizations through our club's Rotary Youth Grant program. 

Children's Village was one organization that received grant funding which will be utilized to purchase a commercial style dryer for use in serving the children housed at Children's Village. 

Pictured from left to right: Lori Mayfield, Past President CdA Rotary; Sandy Saffeels, Children's Village; Tom Cronin, CdA Rotary President and Wanda Quinn, President-elect CdA Rotary

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Les Atchley was kind enough to lend me his copy of "Rotary Wisdom, Reflections on Service".
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Coeur d'Alene Rotarians are known for their continuous and generous support to our community through grant gifts and rotary sponsored projects. Coeur d'Alene Police Chief Wayne Longo recently expressed his gratitude to Rotarians on the behalf of the Coeur d'Alene Police Department.

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