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On Monday evening at 6:30pm, we'll hear about Scouting in our area from John Kenny, Senior District Executive of the Pathway to Adventure of Boy Scouts of America.  The Pathway to Adventure Council is the local Chicago-area Boy Scouts of America Council. They serve roughly 14,000 young people, including several strong units in Lake Zurich -- Troop 93 and Pack 91. 
Lake Zurich Rotary meets both in person and by Zoom. Please send an email to nancyshepherdson@hotmail.com by 5pm Monday if you would like to receive the Zoom link. Hope to see you there!
Join Lake Zurich Rotary for a delicious Indian luncheon on Friday May 5 and invite your club members! 
We're supporting a school for homeless girls in India -- the goal of Kid Power is to graduate them all from college! Lake Zurich Rotary invites you to an enjoyable luncheon Friday May 5 at 11:30am at Gaylord Fine Indian Cuisine, 555 Mall Dr., Schaumburg. 
Reserve your place at www.eventbrite.com/e/luncheon-fundraiser-for-kid-power-india-tickets-598668382247 and bring a friend!  Suggested donation: $40 per person.  Sponsorships/tables available at the EventBrite link. Venmo, checks and cash also accepted. Please reply to this email to RSVP if you'd like to pay that way.
Hope to see you there!
Roadside Cleanup, Saturday May 6, 9:30 a.m.  Make plans to join us for our next Lake Zurich Rotary roadside cleanup. (Ela between Rt. 22 and Cuba).  We'll bring the vests, bags and pickers -- you bring your enthusiasm and wear sturdy shoes and gloves. Meet at the southwest corner of Ela and Rt. 22 in the Jewel parking lot.  Hope to see you there! Please sign up at signupgenius.com/go/10c0f4cabab2aa31-lzrotary1#/  Interact students will be joining us and you may bring kids to help, too, as long as they are older than age 10. 
Contest for the "weirdest roadside find" will also be happening. Bragging rights are up for grabs!
If you've ever wondered what you would do if your debts became overwhelming, you'll want to attend the next Lake Zurich Rotary meeting on Monday at 6:30 pm.  Richard Padula, who grew up in Lake Zurich and is now a law student at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, will provide answers about bankruptcy and managing debt. Specifically, after the pandemic, he wants to help the community understand the bankruptcy process and remove some of its stigma and the options for avoiding financial hardship.
Our meetings are held at the Ela Area Public Library, 2nd floor conference room, 275 Mohawk, Lake Zurich.  We also offer a Zoom option. Please send an email to nancyshepherdson@hotmail.com if you would like to receive the Zoom link before the meeting.
On Monday (March 20), we'll be having a special business meeting focused our the work of our Committees.  We'd like Committee Chairs and co-Chairs to present an update about their work. We have a lot of exciting things going on and this will be a chance to start planning for President-Elect Joe Janicki's Rotary year.
If you need a Zoom link, it will be sent to members on the day of the meeting.  Please let us know if you're not a member and would like to attend via Zoom. We'd love to introduce you to all the good work that Lake Zurich Rotary is doing.
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Lake Zurich

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Mondays at 6:30 PM
Ela Area Public Library
275 Mohawk Trail
Lake Zurich, IL 60047
United States of America
(847) 340-0262
1st and 3rd Mondays at 6:30 p.m.

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George Young | Chief Information Security Officer
George Young has over 30 years of experience in secure computing and is responsible for networking and cybersecurity at CB Technologies, Inc.   In addition, he is currently Co-Chairman of the Security Privacy & Trust in IoT Center of Excellence. Before joining CB Technologies Inc. in 2014, George held key positions within IBM, as well as startup organizations that went on to become extremely successful public companies. 
George dedicates a significant amount of his time in supporting charitable organizations such as the Shriners, Scottish Rite and Rotary International.  Having recently joined the Rotary, he says that he can see the impact that our Rotary Club provides, whether it’s donating books to children at the local food pantry or sponsoring the education of girls who to live in the slums of India, as well as providing assistance to a local domestic violence organization that provides shelter, advocacy, counseling and education for families in crisis. He holds a master’s degree from Northwestern University in Communication Systems. He currently serves as an Adjunct Professor teaching Operating Systems, Information Technology and Cybersecurity at the University level.
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