Elkhart County Prosecuting Attorney Curtis Hill shares his views on crime, American freedoms, and Elkhart’s education system.



President-Elect Ellen Janowski rang the bell to calling to order the June 17th meeting of the Elkhart Rotary Club.

Dick Kallenberg honored four club members who achieved Paul Harris Plus awards. Scott Troeger and Dick Treckelo reached Paul Harris Plus One.  Stu Barb reached Paul Harris Plus Two and Kurt Janowski reached Paul Harris Plus Three.  Mr. Kallenberg also informed the club that in the current Rotary year which ends July 1, 2013 the Elkhart Rotary Club has raised $ 28,371.00 for the Rotary Foundation, whose primary mission is the eradication of Polio in the World.  Since the foundations inception Elkhart Rotary has donated more than $ 520,325.00.

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The Sergeant at Arms was Bob Shultz who received a standing ovation from his table in hopes of garnering leniency. It did not work. The Sergeant’s committee raises over $ 18,000.00 a year in “fines.” Those funds are then donated to local charities.

The Speaker was: Elkhart County Prosecuting Attorney Curtis Hill.  Mr. Hill shared his view on crime, American freedoms and Elkhart’s education system. Mr. Hill said that Elkhart County sends more high level felons to the department of corrections per capita than any other county in the state. 

For more information visit: http://www.elkhartcountyprosecutor.com

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Next meeting: Noon Monday at the Matterhorn Banquet and Conference Center, 2041 Cassopolis St.