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Regular Meeting 6 PM

Tuesday, November 10, 2020, 6:00 PM until 7:30 PM
Naperville Clinical Associates
1775 Park Street, Suite 300
Naperville, IL  
Kristy Sullivan
Club Events
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Our “Official” Meeting will start at 6:30pm tomorrow (Be sure to join us at 6pm for fellowship J
I am looking forward to seeing everyone at this week's meeting tomorrow night as we welcome former District Governor and Naperville Rotarian Pat Merriweather to our Zoom stage. We do have an in-person option tomorrow at Naperville Clinical Associates (1755 Park Street, Suite 300, Naperville IL 60563). If you think you might be attending in person, please RSVP back to Kristy Sullivan because attendance will be limited 

If you aren’t attending in person, here is the Zoom Link.

ZOOM MEETING LINK HERE Meeting ID: 237 168 6661

District 6450 Governor 2012-2013
Pat Merryweather-Arges has been a Rotarian in the Rotary Club of Naperville since 2002.  She served as District Governor 2012-2013.  Pat is the Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinator and is the District International Service Chair. Pat served as the Zone 28-29 2016 Chair and Chair of the President's International Peace Conference held in Chicago  She has served as RCN President and received her Club’s Rotarian of the Year and Avenues of Service Awards.   She has served the District as District Grants Chair for 3 years and Diversity Chair.   As a Rotarian Pat has traveled to about a dozen countries working on Rotary projects and has attended Rotary Day at the United Nations and a Rotary Middle East Peace Conference  in Turkey.   Pat’s projects include solar ovens, water wells, and medical equipment and missions.   Pat has received the Rotary Foundation Meritorious Service Award and the Rotary International Service Above Self Award.

Pat is 
Executive Director of Project Patient Care where she works with patients, families, and caregivers to have their voice heard in health and healthcare through advocacy, public health policy, and collaboration with providers.  Pat is married to George, a Rotarian,  and they have four sons, three daughters-in-law, and five grandchildren.