Speaker Date Topic
Kevin Milak, Director of Aquatics Jun 21, 2021 12:00 PM
Aquatics Program at Beacon Health & Aquatics
Aquatics Program at Beacon Health & Aquatics

Aquatics
This larger than Olympic-sized pool holds 1.1 million gallons of water and uses adjustable bulkheads to separate the pool into sections to cater to members, programming and events. Whether that is for lap swimming, swim lessons, diving, birthday parties, trainings, swim meets, etc., the aquatics facilities can do it all!

The pool is open: Monday to Friday 5 a.m. – 9 p.m. and Saturday to Sunday 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.

All Beacon Health & Fitness members have access to the aquatic area as well as all other BHF features in the new Elkhart Health & Aquatics facility.

Swim Lessons
Elkhart Health & Aquatics offers a wide variety of lessons for swimmers of all ages and abilities. Our certified, trained instructors lead your child through the motions while supporting and encouraging them. We offer over 30 swim lessons a week at different times of the day. Adult and masters clinics, private lessons for children and adults, and a competitive swim team are also available. Learn to swim.

FEATURES:

  • 10+ lap swimming lanes
  • 1 & 3 meter spring diving boards
  • 3 & 5 meter platform diving
  • Full-size diving well
  • Family, men & women’s locker rooms
  • Warm water therapy pool
  • Whirlpool
  • Adjustable bulkheads
  • Seating for 1,200 spectators
  • State-of-the-art score board/video player

This will be a HYBRID MEETING - - you can attend IN-PERSON OR VIRTUALLY on Zoom at noon: 

Meeting ID: 960 144 8006

Passcode: 1917  

Whether we see you in-person at Matterhorn or see your chat broadcast on the screen, hope to see you there!  

Don't miss it!

'Service Above Self'-Spectacular Jun 28, 2021 12:00 PM
Outgoing Address by President Bill Burton and Distribution of Grants to Local Organizations
Outgoing Address by President Bill Burton and Distribution of Grants to Local Organizations

The Elkhart Rotary Club has two Divisions – one meets at noon on Mondays at the Matterhorn Conference Center, and the other meets at 7:00 am Thursday mornings at Elkhart Health & Aquatics. Each week club members have an opportunity to donate “fines,” creating a fund for grants to local nonprofit organizations. Given the unique challenges facing nonprofits this year, club members made additional donations, and the club chose to use cash reserves to create a fund that was twice the budgeted amount. 

On June 28, we've invited representatives from each of the recipient organizations that we may distribute checks and thank all of the Rotarians for their contributions and thank the nonprofit organizations for all of the great service projects they're undertaking to make our community a better place in which to live, work, and play. 

This will be a HYBRID MEETING - - you can attend IN-PERSON OR VIRTUALLY on Zoom at noon: 

Meeting ID: 960 144 8006

Passcode: 1917  

Whether we see you in-person at Matterhorn or see your chat broadcast on the screen, hope to see you there!  

Don't miss it!

NO MEETING TODAY - Independence Day Observed Jul 05, 2021
Enjoy Your Holiday, Stay Safe, See You July 12
Enjoy Your Holiday, Stay Safe, See You July 12

No meeting today; many businesses will be observing the Independence Day Holiday.

Stay safe, we'll see you next week, Monday, July 12!

Your Board of Directors + Eric Garton, President Jul 12, 2021 12:00 PM
Welcoming new Rotary President Eric Garton + Introduction of 2021-22 Board and Chairs
Welcoming new Rotary President Eric Garton + Introduction of 2021-22 Board and Chairs

Help us welcome new Elkhart Rotary Club President Eric Garton for the July 2021-June 2022 Rotary Year.

Meet our new and returning Board Members, get a review of our Committee structure, and the Chairs of those committees.

Indiana Youth Institute - "Kids Count Data" Jul 19, 2021 12:00 PM
Tami Silverman, President & CEO and Alicia Kielmovitch, VP of Data, Analytics & Research

Our Mission
Our mission is to improve the lives of all Indiana children by strengthening and connecting the people, organizations, and communities that are focused on kids and youth.

Who We Are
For three decades, the Indiana Youth Institute has supported the youth services field through innovative trainings, critical data, and capacity-building resources, aiming every effort at increasing the well-being of all children.

Our Purpose
We believe that every child counts. When children experience the conditions to thrive, to reach their full potential, our families, communities and state benefit. We believe in the power of collaboration and partnership, knowing that the ever-changing issues faced by children and youth cannot be tackled in silos. The success of youth-serving professionals and organizations is amplified when connected with other dedicated partners. We believe in constant learning and innovation. Our work is not finished until every child, in every part of our state, is safe, well-educated, healthy and supported by caring adults.

The 2021 Indiana KIDS COUNT® Data Book is the premier data resource on Hoosier youth.
Published annually, the Data Book is designed to be your go-to source for the latest research and information. Developed with you in mind, it provides an in-depth profile on child well-being across the four key areas of Family and Community, Health, Economic Well-Being and Education.

Access the complete data book here