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Webster Groves Rotary Club
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Saturday, March 17, 2012
Katy Fox was honored by President Obama for her Japan earthquake relief efforts.
Webster Groves Rotarian Katy Fox has been recognized by President Obama and ShelterBox USA with a Presidential Volunteer Service Award for her efforts during 2011 to provide shelter, warmth and dignity for survivors of natural and other disasters worldwide. Dick Sant, another Webster Groves Rotarian, also received the honor. See previous story: Webster Groves Rotarian Earns Presidential Volunteer Service Award. In the aftermath of disasters such as the Japan earthquake and tsunami last March, many watched on the television wishing they could make a difference. Fox knew ShelterBox, an international disaster relief charity, would be on the scene delivering it’s iconic green box containing a family tent, water purification, a cook set and …
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Dick Sant has been recognized by President Barack Obama and ShelterBox USA for his volunteer efforts following the Japan earthquake and other disasters.
Dick Sant, a Webster Groves Rotarian, has been honored by President Barack Obama and ShelterBox USA with a Presidential Volunteer Service Award. As news of the Japan earthquake and tsunami unfolded last year, many watched the television wishing they could make a difference. Sant knew that ShelterBox, an international disaster relief charity, would be on the scene delivering its iconic green box, which contains a family tent, a water purification system, a cook set and stove along with other lifesaving supplies. Through Sant’s efforts in raising awareness and funds for ShelterBox, the organization was able to provide more than 17,600 ShelterBoxes to families throughout the world in 2011. "ShelterBox is not part of Rotary, but it was started…
Friday, December 16, 2011
A memorial service for the long-time Webster Groves Rotary Club member is scheduled for Dec. 17.
Carl "Bud" Holekamp, Jr., is being remembered as a true inspiration to others with his many years of service to the community—most notably, more than six decades as a member of the Webster Groves Rotary Club. Mr. Holekamp, of Webster Groves, died Dec. 2. He was 90. A memorial service is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 17 at 1 p.m. at the Parkway United Church of Christ, which is located at 2841 N. Ballas Rd. Mr. Holekamp served as a member of the rotary club for 63 years. He is credited with 51 years of perfect meeting attendance. Club members say he was a kind and caring man always willing to lend a hand. "Bud always greeted you with a smile and a loving handshake," said Rod Cooper, the club's current president. "He was always concerned …