2019-2020 Board of Directors

Pictured Left to Right: Cindy Gawenda, Vocational & Club Service Chair; Dave King, Community Service Chair; Bill Zerinskas, Membership Chair; Sue Wolf, Early Act Coordinator; Joe Pilch, Secretary; Jessica Rucinski, Youth Service Chair; Mark Zerinskas, President Elect/Sergeant-At-Arms; Jody Redmann, President.  Not Pictured: Elizabeth Lewitke, Grants Chair

 

 
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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Oak Forest!!

Oak Forest

Service Above Self

Winter: Tuesdays at 12:15pm at Beggar's Pizza. 1st Tuesday of each month we meet at Beggar's at 6pm. Spring/Summer/Fall: Tuesdays at 12:15pm at Midlothian Country Club. 1st Tuesday of each month 6pm at Beggar's Pizza.
Beggar's Pizza
15600 S Cicero Ave
Oak Forest, IL  60452
United States of America
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Jody Redmann and Joe Pilch 

Dave King

2019-2020 Community Service Chair/2018-2019 Rotarian of the Year

Jody Redmann

2018-2019 Club President/2017-2018 Rotarian of the Year

 

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