WELCOME TO THE SERTOMA CLUB OF SPRINGFIELD ILLINOIS
ALL ABOUT US AND OUR ACTIVITIES
SERTOMA CLUB OF SPRINGFIELD MEETS ON THE FIRST AND THIRD MONDAYS (excluding Holidays) OF EACH MONTH,
AT THE MCL CAFETERIA, 2151 W. WABASH, FOR LUNCH, CLUB BUSINESS, AND SOCIAL INTERACTION. WE ALSO HAVE A VERY INFORMATIVE SPEAKER
AT EACH OF OUR MEETINGS. FOR THOSE WHO ARE UNABLE TO REGULARLY ATTEND MEETINGS, AN ALTERNATIVE MEMBERSHIP IS ALSO
AVAILABLE. GUESTS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS (see home page) ALSO MEETS MONTHLY
TO HANDLE THE BUSINESS OF OUR CLUB. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT CLUB MEMBERHSIP
Contact the Sertoma Club of
Whether you'd like to join the Sertoma Club of Springfield, get assistance with a hearing loss issue, find out more information about our fundraisers or learn more about us,
please fill our the form below and one of our members will contact you as soon as we are able to. Thank you for your interest:
Sister Sertoma Club of San Pedro de
las Colonias, Coahuila, Mexico
David Groesch, clinical director of
Central Illinois Hearing was famous in San Pedro, Coahuila Mexico
in November of 2018, when
he went there with our Springfield Sertoma Club to perform hearing examinations. Groesch's visit to offer free hearing testing was promoted
in San Pedro through the internet, megaphones on top of cars for blasting announcement, and billboards in front of supermarkets
with Groesch's name on them. Groesch performed 61 examinations over four days with the coordination of the San Pedro Sertoma Club.
With a mission to improve people's quality of life through better hearing health, Springfield Sertoma Club has been a sister club to San Pedro Sertoma since 1996.
In 2019 61 hearing aids were sent to those individuals.
The Boys and Girls Club of Central Illinois continues to thrive under the leadership of William Legge a previous speaker at a recent Sertoma membership meeting.
The Boys and Girls Club fills the gap between school and home where they provide a positive environment to aid in academic success,
character building and a healthy lifestyle to kids between K and 12. They help build supportive relationships with peers and caring adults.
Consider supporting or volunteering to help the Boys and Girls Club. The Sertoma Club has supported the Boys and Girls in several projects
including: The Great Futures Gala Event, Christmas Party (pictured above-2019), and the Boys and Girls Camp.