Police chief to be target of Rotary Roast

Plymouth Police Chief Jeff Tauscheck will be in the crosshairs when the Plymouth Rotary Club hosts their 2015 Rotary Roast event Wednesday, Nov. 4, at Amore. — Submitted photo Plymouth Police Chief Jeff Tauscheck will be in the crosshairs when the Plymouth Rotary Club hosts their 2015 Rotary Roast event Wednesday, Nov. 4, at Amore. — Submitted photo The Plymouth Rotary Club will host the 2015 Rotary Roast event featuring Jeffrey Tauscheck, Plymouth Chief Of Police, Wednesday, Nov. 4, at Amore Banquet Facility, Plymouth.

This popular event will begin with a social hour at 5:30 p.m. and the dinner at 6:30 p.m. The roast and a silent auction will follow.

Prepare for an evening filled with laughter led by Master of Ceremonies Chris Merklein with roasters Mayor Don Pohlman, Char Lammers, Todd Neils, and the highest bidder.

The final roaster spot will be auctioned off online at www.Rotary Roast.com now through Oct. 31.

Tauscheck was named Plymouth Police Chief in February 2007 and began his law enforcement career with the city as a patrol officer in 1980. He served as the police liaison officer in the Plymouth School District from 1995-1997.

Throughout his career, he was involved in the department as the firearms instructor, evidence technician and drug investigator.

Prior to becoming chief, he was promoted to captain in August 1997 and deputy chief of police in January 1998.

In addition, he served as a certified Department of Natural Resources boating safety instructor.

His community involvement includes: board member of the De- Land Receiving Home since 1998, Plymouth Board of Education member from 2001-2010. He has served as a bell ringer for the Salvation Army for the last four years.

Tauscheck has selected the Plymouth School District and De- Land Receiving Home as the recipients of funds raised from the event. In addition, the event will support other Rotary community projects.

“These organizations serve the youth of our area,” stated Tauscheck. “They are making a difference in the lives of young people.”

“We are pleased Chief Tauscheck agreed to be our 2015 roastee,” stated Dustin Turicik, president of the Plymouth Rotary Club. “He is well-known and is dedicated to making safety a priority within our community.”

The reservations for this event are limited and the cost is $75 per person. Table sponsorships are available for $1,000 providing you or your business with premiere table location; guaranteed seating at one table for eight; company/ organization logo displayed on reserved signage; listing on the event program; and verbal recognition at event.

The last year’s Rotary Roast featured Teresa Van Horn of Van Horn Automotive Group. It was attended by nearly 150 people and raised funds for St. John the Baptist School and Generations along with other Rotary community projects.

Over the past several years, funds from the Plymouth Rotary Club have supported many community projects and organizations including: Rotary Park, Plymouth Ambulance Service, Plymouth Mill Pond Lake Association, The Welcome Table, Plymouth School District, Plymouth Arts Foundation, Plymouth Intergenerational Center, Plymouth Police Depart- ment, Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, Making Spirits Bright and may more organizations throughout the years.

The Plymouth Rotary Club, chartered on Nov. 9, 1967, is affiliated with Rotary International and the motto “Service above self!”

The club meets Wednesdays at 12 noon at Mill Street Gardens in downtown Plymouth.

Register online at www.Rotary- Roast.com or send reservations to: Plymouth Rotary Club, P.O. Box 171, Plymouth 53073 with checks payable to Plymouth Rotary Club.

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