Join us for a community clean up day in downtown Marietta! We will be cleaning out flower beds on Front Street, pruning shrubs, and applying fresh mulch. Following activities on Front Street, we will be freshening up Discovery Gardens in preparation for planting. See you there!
The Makerspace at the Epicenter, which is run by Building Bridges to Careers, is a gathering point in our community. Here you will find people with shared interests who gather to imagine, explore, create, design, and prototype. This physical space offers access to a collection of tools and technology as well as collection of individuals interested in learning, making, and creating.
Join us for a field trip to learn about how the Makerspace is improving our community!
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Adam Khatib, Production Coordinator for Visual Media at Rotary International, will present to the Marietta Morning Rotary Club on April 26, 2019. The meeting starts at 7am and will be hosted at the Marietta Country Club at 705 Pike Street in Marietta, Ohio. RVSP by emailing MariettaMorningRotary@gmail.com by April 21st.
The Marietta Welfare League was founded in 1926 with the purpose to encourage members to become active in the civic and social life of the community. In the past 93 years, more than 3,000 women have volunteered more than ONE MILLION hours of service to Washington County, Ohio!
Our programs have evolved over the decades and our membership has grown. Our mission is still the same: to make a difference in Washington County, Ohio through active membership, volunteerism, and financial support of groups who benefit the community.
Special guests from the Marietta College Special Collections will be sharing information on their upcoming exhibit and lecture series inspired by David McCullough’s new book “The Pioneers”. This will focus on the founding of Ohio, early pioneer education and so much more!
The Washington County Behavioral Health Board is the local authority for planning, monitoring, evaluating, and financing publicly funded treatment and prevention services for mental illness and alcohol and drug addiction in Washington County. The Behavioral Health Board studies the local community's needs for mental health and alcohol / drug addiction services, sets priorities and plans strategies for treatment and prevention.
The 14th annual Taste of the World International Dinner will take place on Saturday, March 23. Event organizer and Rotarian Khadine Ritter, describes the evening as a “feast for the senses.” This event not only provides a night out with amazing food, but promotes diversity and internationalism here in the Mid-Ohio Valley. It is quite impressive to see how many parts of the world are represented right here in our own backyard.
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We have been to the bottom. We know the pain of being addicts, and we know the pain we put our families through. We’ve been behind the prison walls and have been held captive for years by our own thoughts and shortcomings. We know the solution! We have found freedom! Freedom from addiction, fear, and self hate. It is our passion today to help others find their freedom as well, help families heal, and help give support to anyone and everyone that needs it!
Come to the meeting this Friday to hear about how this organization helps people transition from prison to purpose.
Did you know that there’s a local company that has trained thousands of baseball players from 46 states (many of whom have gone on to play D1 or pro ball) and taken team teams to compete all over the world. Come to the meeting this Friday to learn more! You won’t be disappointed.
Music Therapy is an exciting profession that provides musicians with the opportunity to use their musical skills to support the empowerment and development of others. Raquel Ravaglioli will be presenting at the meeting on Friday at 7am about Music Therapy at Marietta College! Come to the meeting to learn more!
The mission of the United Way Alliance of the Mid-Ohio Valley is to unite communities, contributors, and human service agencies in a common goal to improve the quality of life in the greater Mid-Ohio Valley area.
Come learn more about the United Way on February 22nd!
Come to the meeting this Friday at 7am to learn more about the Fair Housing Board!
The Federal Fair Housing Act, passed as part of the Civil Rights Act of 1968, prohibits discrimination in housing-related transactions in America for individuals who are members of several protected classes — these include race, color, gender, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, disability and, in the State of Ohio, veterans.
The Marietta Fair Housing Board is an auxiliary initiative created by and operating under the direction of the Mayor of Marietta, OH.
Felix Burrows will present a summary of the Marietta Fair Housing Board’s Activities and leave some reference material for members to review and use when discussing Fair Housing issues in Marietta, OH.
The Muskingum Valley Council (MVC) is a Chapter of the Boy Scouts of America. The MVC BSA was founded in 1953 and is located in east central and southeastern Ohio. Ed Mulholland, Scout Executive will be speaking about the organization on Friday at 7am at Jeremiah’s Coffee House.
This Friday at 7am we will be meeting at Jeremiah's Coffee House on Front Street. Our guest speaker is Darlene Lukshin, a well known Rotarian and Program Specialist for OSU Extension. She will be presenting on community development in Washington County.
An accomplished chef and published author, Sara Bir will show the Rotary how to create great-tasting breakfast items with Thanksgiving leftovers.
You don’t want to miss this meeting! Jose Herrera of Islamorada Beer Company, a brewing company and distillery located in the Florida Keys, makes a presentation to Marietta Morning Rotary about how the company started, how they are rapidly growing the brand, and how they still have a significant focus on service.
THIS MEETING WILL FILL UP. Please register to attend by emailing email@example.com to ensure we have a seat and meal for you. Morning Rotarians are free; guests are $10.
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