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Committed to doing good in the world through community and humanitarian service.

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Highlighting current and past winners of Elmhurst Rotary “Service Above Self” Scholarship.

From left to right, the individuals are:  Abigail Pettineo (2020 Year Award Winner);  Jake Lococo (2023 Year Award Winner); and Daniella Chavez (2024 Year Award Winner).

Abigail just graduated this May from UIC and will be applying to medical school in the fall. Jake finished his first year at the University of Kansas, majoring in finance. Daniella will be attending Michigan State University this fall as a neuroscience major. 


Weekly Meetings

Thursday at noon at Elmhurst Public Library

Join us in the Kossmann Room
(125 S. Prospect Ave)

Join us weekly for community and club committees updates, as well as guest speakers. Each meeting lasts one hour. This is a great time to learn about our club's continuing efforts in assisting others. Visitors are welcome at all meetings.

Meeting Speakers

What we're all about


The Rotary motto is “Service above Self”.  In this regard, the Elmhurst club is always looking for ways to be on hand to give assistance.   In the recent past, we have been actively involved in handing out food at local food pantries as well as in the city of Chicago.  We have also been involved at YMCA’s in the city cooking food for a holiday celebration as well as playing Santa Claues.   


Being able to collect funds through fundraising activities and through the generosity of members, we have regularly given assistance to organizations such as DuPage Pads, the Elmhurst Walk-In Assistance Network, Bridge Communities and NAMI DuPage as well as many others.  We are aware of the needs in the community and try to help in any way we can.􀮶


Our weekly meetings are a chance for us to enjoy each other’s company.  We share a meal while catching up with what we are each doing.   In this regard we become aware of the lives of our families and acquaintances.  As a result, we each expand our reach throughout the community.   And we often find ways to assist each other. 

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