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Meetings
Club breakfast meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:15 - 8:30 am at the Lenexa Public Market, upstairs in the Prairie Star Room. 8750 Penrose Lane, Lenexa.
 
Club social is the 4th Tuesday. Please see our calendar for specific time/location information each month.
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
Treasurer
Secretary
Rotary Foundation
 
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4th ANNUAL TRAP SHOOT & GAMES AT POWDER CREEK
 
Trap Tournament

 Get that shotgun cleaned and get ready for the 4th Annual Trap & Games Fund Raiser Event at Powder Creek.   If you don't fancy shooting we invite you to come enjoy the Corn Hole Games, food, drink, and other games. Don't forget to wear your hunting or fancy Hat for the fun of it!  There will be a prize for the best hat!

Here is a LINK to the event flyer for more details.

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When: June 7, 2019

Time: 12:30am Registration
1:30 p.m. Rules, Regulation & Safety Review (Mandatory)
2:00 p.m. Start shooting tournament; start Corn Hole toss tournament

Where: Powder Creek Shooting Park - 8601 Monticello Rd. Lenexa, KS 66227

Who: Singles or Five-Person Teams (must register individually)
 

$350.00 - 5 Trap Shooter Team = 2 Rounds of Trap, bottled water during event, 1 meal, & 2 adult beverages (beer/wine/margarita) for each person on the team after tournament

$75.00 - Trap Shooter = 2 Rounds of Trap, bottled water during event, 1 meal, & 2 adult beverages (beer/wine/margarita) after tournament.  Bring your own shotgun, ammo and eye protection (ammo for sale at club house, 12ga & 20ga.)

$25.00 - Non–Shooter = 1 meal & 2 adult beverages (beer/wine/margarita)

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Gary Proctor: 913-515-0411 or g_proctor@yahoo.com

Funds Raised will go to Sunflower House Charity:
 
We have quite a few members of the Western Johnson County Rotary Club perform volunteer service work with the Rise Against Hunger initiative at Shawnee Mission Northwest High School on November 13.   They packaged up over 20,000 meals to be sent to families in need.   Congrats to our team Rotatry and all the other volunteers!   We appreciate your service.   Below are some photos of that activity.
 
    
We had three adventurous members perform clean up duties on the 2018 Spring Clear Creek Clean Up project.  Thank you Kelly, Dave and Jim for your Service work over the Memorial weekend.   Cheers Western Johnson County Rotary!
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