POWELL-DOWNTOWN COLUMBUS SERTOMA
We have served thousands of
individuals and familes in central Ohio
DINNERS COST $90.00 EACH PER FAMILY
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Our focus is on assisting the people with hearing health issues and educating the public on the issues surrounding hearing health. Over several years Powell-Downtown Columbus Sertoma has also sponsors other community projects to to assist youth and families to benefit from a variety of other local community needs.
"OUR PURPOSE: To meet the needs of communities through volunteer service.
OUR VISION: To create communities of change under common leadership and with a common voice that will serve the many in need.
OUR MISSION: To improve the quality of life today for those at risk or impacted by hearing loss through education and support"
Powell-Downtown Sertoma changes the way the world is heard, seen, and fed.
The Powell-Downtown Columbus Sertoma Club is a 501-C organization located in Powell, Ohio.
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100% of your donation goes directly to the funding and support of Powell Sertoma. All Donations are tax deductible to the extent provided by law as we are a non-for-profit incorporated organization.
I joined Sertoma in 1969 and was the Charter Secretary of the original German Village Club. After rejoining the Downtown Columbus Club in 1975 and truly learning about Sertoma and becoming President, District Governor, State Director and then International Director I helped our Club build the Powell Sertoma Club in 1997. When the Downtown Sertoma Club disbanded in 2013 I switched my membership to the last Club I was associated with. I am truly enjoying being involved with all the members and fundraisers and serving as Vice-President while also serving as Regional Director of the Great Lakes Region on the Sertoma National Board.
Owner since July 1997 of Auto Assets , 356 W Olentangy St, Powell, OH 43065. Employed by Auto Assets in Powell Ohio since 1997. Purchased Auto Assets in 2005. Operate an independent European repair facility servicing 350 cars per month. Started imported and collector car sales in 2005. Sell 330 collector, imported and special interest cars locally and nationally.
He joined the Powell Sertoma Club in 2000 and has served as the Secretary of the Club for the past six years. Mr. Naples is a retired licensed audiologist and speech language pathologist. Prior to working at the center, he was an audiologist at the Ohio Department of Health, and public school speech language pathologist.
Larry started coming to Powell in 1964 and moved here in 1973. Licensed as a Realtor in 1973, than as a broker 1980 and runs Larry Coolidge, Realtors. Founding member of the Powell Sertoma Club. Larry is in charge of the Powell Cruize-In and Pig Out held in August each year and also heads up the Holidays Dinners for deserving families.
Powell Sertoma President Patty Coolidge (right) presents $5,000.00 to Bethany Moore, Executive Director of the Delaware Speech and Hearing Center. Funds will be used to help fund the Center's Summer Programs for Children. The Center maintains offices in Delaware and Powell. For more information, the Center's web site is www.delawareshc.org.
Haley Wemple (center) receives a Powell Sertoma Legacy Scholarship Award from club president Patty Coolidge. Olentangy Schools Superintendent Mark Raiff was present to celebrate Haley's outstanding academic achievements and lasting contributions to her community.
Haley Wemple, her parents, and Mark Raiff, Superintendent of the Olentangy Schools. Haley was the recipient of the 2018 Powell Sertoma Legacy Scholarship. Patty Coolidge, Club President, awarded a certificate acknowledging her accomplishments.
David Betz, Service to Mankind Award, Chip Vance, Sertoman of the Year; Michael O'Brien, Service to Mankind Award.
The Powell Powell / Downtown Columbus Sertoma members and Sertoma representative Larry Coolidge paid tribute to recently retired Powell Police Chief Gary Vest on May 15th, 2019. Chief Vest has served as the Chief of Police for the City of Powell for 23 years.
$1,000 donation to Aaron Taylor and Joe Kibbey at the Living Hope Church during their " Big Give" drive.
Powell-Downtown Columbus Sertoma Club
356 West Olentangy Street
Powell, Ohio 43065
(740) 803-1161 to leave a message
DINNERS COST $80.00 EACH PER FAMILY