This Wednesday, January 18th, we will be continuing our year of Imagine-Rotary.  We will be continuing our focus on Health and Wellness in the month of January.

Dr. Ashley Cooper was born in southeast Ohio but grew up across the river in northeast Kentucky.  He graduated from Morehead State University with a bachelor’s degree in science and subsequently earned his Doctor of Chiropractic degree at Sherman College of Chiropractic in Spartanburg, SC, having graduated cum laude.  While in school, Dr. Cooper attended extracurricular trainings to further his expertise in Diversified, Thompson, Gonstead, Cox, and Activator techniques.  He also enhanced his knowledge in pediatric and pregnancy adjustments.  Additionally, his passion for sports and inevitable sports injuries led him to become certified in active and passive rehabilitation.

Dr. Cooper believes in treating the whole body of all ages to further a patient’s optimal potential.  Through chiropractic care, active and passive rehabilitation, massage therapy, orthotics and nutrition, his goal is for every patient to experience a healthy, pain-free life style with increased range of motion, strength and flexibility.”

A teaching team and student from the Hudson High School Service Learning Class will be on hand to share what is new with the program.    

Meetings this month

    January 18  Gala Committee
    January 25  Ken Fogle, NEO Gift of Life
                      Biergarten Committee
All meetings will be held immediately following the general session and any active Rotarian is invited to attend.

Past Meetings 

Rotarian Jim Ahern is shown with Speaker Nicole Becher.  It was back to school when Nicole Becher, Clinical Coordinator with the Summit County Public Health Department working with program initiatives under communicable diseases and senior and adult services, was our presenter.  We had a pre- and post-test on Brain Health Issues.  The importance of diet, exercise and hints on activities to keep us healthy and active were shared.  
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and did you know

...It was pinning day when Tom 
Tobin was awarded his Paul Harris
Award with 5 jewels representing
$5,000 in total contributions to 
the Rotary Foundation.  The Rotary Foundation helps Rotary members to advance world understanding,  goodwill, and peace by improving health, providing quality education, improving the environment, and. alleviating poverty.   It is one of the largest charitable organizations in the world and Rotarians are encouraged to support it through the Every Rotarians Every Year (EREY) program.Tom's. dad Phil Tobin 
pinned his son and is one proud Papa!
...Look to see some of our
traditions returning.  Kris Barker
led us in a rousing version of 
"Happy Birthday" as we
acknowledged the January
Birthdays. Perhaps a little more
song will wake us up!
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Kris Barker
January 1
Elizabeth Kwolek
January 3
Mike Swain
January 8
Phillip Butto
January 16
Joseph Boysel
January 17
George Snider
January 25
Ralph Day
January 27
Richard Warfield
January 28
Phillip Warburton
January 31
Join Date
Terri Bortnik
January 1, 2021
2 years
Thomas Vince
January 1, 1970
53 years
Kathryn Sines
January 3, 2013
10 years
Evan McCauley
January 28, 2015
8 years
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