The Pataskala Rotary Club honored 2 local residents on March 17, 2021 at the Nutcracker Restaurant. Honored were Dave Hunter and Steve Jr and Kim Butcher. The awards were presented for their dedicated service to the Pataskala community. Hunter was nominated due to his dedication to the Pataskala Police in their Community Service Programs. He was instrumental in the Shop for a Cop program and the Pataskala Citizens Police Academy. The Butchers were honored for their continuing support for students from Licking Heights Schools with Disabilities in which students worked at the Nutcracker Restaurant learning valuable skills needed to work and support them in the future. The program was started by Steve Sr and Nancy Butcheries in 2017.
Congratulations to Dave, Steve Jr and Kim for their dedication to the Pataskala community. Share
Watkins Memorial rallies at Licking Heights to take back Broad Street
Watkins Memorial 35, Licking Heights 28
The Warriors claimed the Battle for Broad Street for the first time since 2014, receiving the plaque near midfield and racing over to celebrate with the students.Share
The following businesses have geberously agreed to provide a percentage of sales on these dates to help us end the spread of polio throughout the world.
Jersey Mikes: On October 16th, October 24th and November 5th, Jersey Mikes will donate 20% of sales when the flyer is presented. You must show the paper flyer or an electronical copy when ordering.
Hot Head Burritos: On October 23rd, Hot Head Burritos will donate 25% of sales when the flyer is presented. You must show the paper flyer or an electronic copy when ordering.
Little Caesar's Pizza: On November 12th and 19th, Little Caesars will donate 10% of ALL sales. No flyer is needed.
Poliomyelitis, or polio, is a paralyzing and potentially fatal disease that still threatens children in some parts of the world. Poliovirus invades the nervous system and can cause total paralysis in hours. It can strike people of any age but mainly affects children under five. Polio can be prevented by vaccines, but it is not curable. Unlike most diseases, polio can be eradicated.
For more than 30 years, Rotary and our partners have driven the effort to eradicate polio worldwide. Our PolioPlus program was the first initiative to tackle global polio eradication by vaccinating children on a massive scale.
Rotary members have contributed $1.9 billion and countless volunteer hours to protect more than 2.5 billion children in 122 countries from this paralyzing diseas Share
Jeff Smith of Licking Memorial speaks to our club.