Kordell Norton wows audience with lunchtime presentation

Past President De-de Mulligan introduced Kordell Norton by describing what one of his clients said. "He's like watching popcorn pop without the lid." Kordell is an expert in sales, marketing and leadership who has worked with clients as varied as PNC, L'Oreal, and IBM as well as associations, and education and government clients. He is

February 9th, 2016|

Congressman Dave Joyce addresses Hudson Clocktower Rotary

Congressman Dave Joyce has been a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Ohio's 14th congressional district since January 2013. He was previously the prosecutor of Geauga County. In November 2014, Congressman Joyce was elected to his first full term to represent the district for the 114th Congress. He serves on the House Committee

January 27th, 2016|

Attorney Rick Martin speaks of healing and energy

Rotarian Rick Martin, Esquire is a Vietnam Veteran. He received his BA in Philosophy and History in 1974, magna cum laude and his Juris Doctorate in 1977 both from the University of Akron. He practices law in the areas of business, taxation, real estate relations, bankruptcy etc. Rick is a member of the Akron Bar,

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Katie Spotz gives inspiring presentation

Katie Spotz, achiever of incredible things, was introduced to the Hudson Clocktower Rotary Club by Dr. Mark Bowles, Professor of History, who coauthored her book, Just Keep Rowing. Mark said Katie was very quiet when it came to her accomplishments which started when she got off the bench and took an elective college course on

December 9th, 2015|

Hudson Clocktower Rotary mourns the passing of Al Brock

Hudson Clocktower Rotary Secretary Gerry Sawyer reports that member Al Brock passed away in October after suffering a heart attack. There will be a memorial service at the Hudson United Methodist Church on November 21 at 11 a.m. The church is located at 2600 Hudson-Aurora Road in Hudson, just west of Stow Road. We extend

November 11th, 2015|

Club Assembly addresses branding, fundraising, events and more

President Phil Leiter led our Club Assemby with a discussion of branding. He said we should follow the lead of Rotary International's new guidelines and graphics. He also noted that although the official name of our club is The Rotary Club of Hudson Clocktower, we usually refer to ourselves as the Clocktower Rotary. This led

November 10th, 2015|

Meetings are moving to Laurel Lake

Hudson Clocktower Rotary meetings will be held at noon on Wednesdays at Laurel Lake Retirement Community beginning in November. The move is necessary because the Country Club of Hudson is closed for lunch throughout the winter. We will move back to Hudson Country Club in April 2016. Laurel Lake is located at 200 Laurel Lake

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Second Wednesday Speakers Forum ramping up for 2016

Planning is underway to bring a speakers forum to Hudson on a quarterly basis in 2016, and possibly more frequently in years beyond that. The Hudson Clocktower Rotary Club launched a speakers forum in September 2015 with Summit County Executive Russ Pry talking about the future of Summit County. The feedback we received was overwhelmingly

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