Meeting Speakers and Activities
Apr 11, 2019
Watchful Shephard
Apr 18, 2019
May 02, 2019
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May 09, 2019
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Upcoming Events
Senior Boys Luncheon at Mon Valley Hospital
Apr 26, 2019
Executives & Directors
President Elect
Recording Secretary
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Student of the Month Chairman
Lockdown Bucket Chairman
Scholarship & Dictionary Chairman
Funny Fundraiser Chairman
Rubber Duckie Derby Chairman
Golf Outing Chairman
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Rotary Club of Monongahela
We meet Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Hills Restaurant
107 Main St.
New Eagle, PA  15063
United States of America
Russell Hampton
National Awards Services Inc.
Dr. Thomas P. Wehrle Remembrance
Today we said farewell to one of our own, Dr. Thomas P. Wehrle.  His obituary follows:
Dr. Thomas P Wehrle, 65 of Elizabeth Twp. left this earthly world on March 4, 2019 surrounded by family, love, and laughter. Born in Punxsutawney, Tom will join his loving parents Paul E and Margaret (Harper) Wehrle along with his siblings Maureen (Leon) Boughner, Paula Squashic, Kathy Kitchen, and Rick Wehrle in heaven.
He leaves his Clarion sweetheart, Patricia (Limberg) Wehrle, his best friend and wife of 43 years to continue spoiling their 5 grandchildren; Chloe, Gia, Isabel, Aurora, and Gavin. He enjoyed a life full of adventures with Pat, and their loving marriage set an example for his daughters. His "Wehrle Girls," Erin (Mike) Golebiewski, Trisha (Tom) Goodge, and Stephanie (Rob) Davies, will affectionately carry on his life lessons, advice, and laughter with their families.
A devoted husband, father, and Papa, Tom will be remembered for his wonderful sense of humor and dedication to his family.  He was a man of many hobbies and thrived on making people laugh. This outdoorsman enjoyed helping others, he loved his dental career, opening his practice in 1986, The Thomas P. Wehrle family practice in Monongahela, continuing to work until his retirement in 2013.
He was a member of the Monongahela Rotary Club for 29 years where he served as past president. Tom is deeply loved and will be sadly missed by his immediate family, nieces, nephews, brother in law, sister in law, and friends. His laugh added so much life and joy to those around him. While we grieve his loss, we will lovingly carry on his memories.
Tom's family asks that you spend time with your loved ones, do something you love, and brush your teeth - That's what Tom would have wished for you.
Club Business & Announcements
March 7, 2019
The Monongahela Rotary Club met at Hills Restaurant over lunch on March 7, 2019, with 11 members in attendance.  President-Elect Gabe rang the opening bell at 12:010.  We pledged our allegiance to the flag and sang our normal invocation. 
Sandy Davis said that she had just come from Dr. Tom Wehrle’s funeral.  She asked the club members to pause for a moment of prayer and silence in honor of Tom.  There were some comments from members recollecting stories about Tom and eulogizing Tom.   Sandy opened an envelope that she had been given at the funeral home on behalf of the club.  The envelope contained a check for $75.00 from a friend of Tom’s as a donation toward a project of our choosing.  Sandy also noted that the club had sent a wind-chime to be included in the flower arrangements at the funeral home. 
Sandy noted that tomorrow will be the annual Trivia Night that the Washington Club sponsors.  We are sending 15 people divided into several teams.  The location is the Franklin Fire Hall behind the Washington Crown Center.
Gabe reported on the Comedy Night project.  He said he has tickets on-hand for anyone who can sell some.  The club members went over what supplies will be needed, vs. those we already have from last year.  We have decided to bring our own pop and beer, rather than paying the New Eagle Fire Hall to supply these items.  There will be a Chinese auction of items donated by club members, and everyone is asked to bring an item for this. 
Half the Take:  Tom Graney won the ticket but not the card.   At meetings end, the Club recited the Rotary Motto and the Four-Way Test.  The closing bell was rung at 12:48.