Courtesy of  Ray Leisy, Club Historian
On July 8, 1991, Tim Zuercher took the gavel for the 1991-92 Wooster Rotary Year. President Tim announced the Youth Service grants for the year: Junior Achievement Applied Economics Program $500; Wooster High School Speech  Department $675; City of Wooster Parks and Recreation $100; Wayne County Public Library Children’s Summer Reading Program $420; Wooster City Public Schools Summer School Scholarships $500; and City of Wooster Pool Passes for low income youth $500.

President Tim announced that the Wooster Rotary annual family picnic would be held at the OARDC on Monday, August 19th. He also announced that 271,447,689 children world wide had been immunized through Polio Plus. Membership in Wooster Rotary stood at 228. The schedule for the Adopt a Highway group of 48 Wooster Rotarians was distributed to cover both sides of U.S. 30 from the Fairgrounds to Oak Chapel United Methodist Church. It was noted that Bob Gates asked that separate containers be used to collect aluminum cans which he would exchange for money to be added to the Teapot.

The Rotary International Rotary Foundation was celebrating its 75th Anniversary 1917 to 1972. During that time the Foundation had granted 1,300 scholarships, sponsored 300 Group Study Exchanges, sponsored grants for 70 international humanitarian projects and funneled interest on Foundation funds to Polio Plus. The 83rd Rotary International Convention was held in Orlando, Florida, June 14-17.  Countries with approved Polio Plus grants stood at 97.

The 26th Annual Christmas Luncheon for 340 Senior Citizens was held at the YMCA gym. Everyone was entertained by musical groups from Wooster High School.

The Antique and Collectible Auction was held March 27 & 28. The Chairpersons were John Campbell and Jack Gant. The gross was $205,000 which should net the Club $35,000.