Kendallville Rotary Club

PO Box 5116, Kendallville, IN  46755

Meetings held on Tuesdays at 6:15 p.m. at the American Legion, Kendallville

Rotary in Florida

Looking forward to another 

fun and productive year.

Rotary's Four-Way Test

Sugar & Shots Fundraiser: $5700.00 to the Bashor Home

Porkburger Scholarship Fundraiser

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Our Activities

Apple Festival

The Apple BBQ Chicken Wings sold at the Kendallville Apple Festival amount to one of the largest fundraisers of the year! The funds go toward the local programs supported by the Kendallville Rotary Club.

Porkburger Sales

Porkburger sales each year support the Richard Stonebraker Memorial Scholarship, which is awarded to East Noble students.

Claws for a Cause

Claws for a Cause raises money for a local project. 

Trail Clean Up

The Kendallville Rotary Club works with Noble Trails to clear the Fishing Line Trail of trash and debris.

International and District Leadership:

R. Gordon R. McInally

District Governor

Holli Seabury is the executive director of the Delta Dental Foundation, which is dedicated to oral health equity and advancing dental science through education and research. She also serves as the chair of Delta Dental of Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana’s IDEA Committee, which serves to foster an organizational culture that celebrates similarities and differences, and exemplifies inclusion, equity and authenticity internally and externally.


Previous to working at the Delta Dental Foundation she was the CEO of McMillen Health, a national nonprofit health education center. She graduated from Defiance College and holds a doctorate in educational technology from the University of Florida.


Holli is a member and past president of the Rotary Club of Fort Wayne and is the District 6540 District Governor Nominee and the Zone 30 Global Grant resource. She lives in Lansing and is married with seven children and three grandchildren.

Stephanie A. Urchick


Stephanie Urchick is a member of the Rotary Club of McMurray, Pennsylvania, USA. She will serve RI as president in 2024-25. She has been an RI director and Rotary Foundation trustee. She has served RI in numerous capacities, including as training leader, regional Rotary Foundation coordinator, and RI president's representative. In addition, Stephanie was a representative and member-at-large to three sessions of the Council on Legislation.


Stephanie has also served as chair of the Rotary Strategic Planning Committee and The Rotary Foundation's Centennial Celebration Committee, as well as a member of various Rotary committees, including the Election Review Committee and Operational Review Committee.


A Rotary member since 1991, Stephanie has participated in a variety of international service projects, including National Immunization Days in India and Nigeria. In Vietnam, she worked with clubs to help build a primary school and traveled to the Dominican Republic to install water filters. A student of several Slavic languages, she has mentored new Rotary members in Ukraine and coordinated a Rotary Foundation grant for a mammography equipment and a biopsy unit for a hospital in Poland. In its commemorative book, the Rotary Club of Krakow, Poland, noted Stephanie as a key figure for helping the re-birth of Rotary in post-Communist Poland.


Currently, Stephanie is helping to partner clubs and districts in the U.S. with Rotary clubs in Albania, Kosovo, and Ukraine for humanitarian and educational services.


Stephanie's professional background is in the higher education, consulting, and entertainment industries. She received her doctorate degree in Leadership Studies from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and has been recognized and awarded by The Rotary Foundation and numerous community and international organizations.