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Jekyll Island | April 30 - May 3, 2020
We're off to a fine start to a new decade and the second half of our Rotary Year. The holidays were extra special this year for Donna and I because we had the chance to spend time with many of you and learn about the good work you are doing to connect Rotary to the needs in your communities.
As you read this newsletter, you'll learn about projects that benefit Make A Wish Foundation, Scouting, holiday shopping and photos with Santa, women's shelters and more. You can get a glimpse into the world of our Global Grant Scholar Sean Minton as he makes the most of his year in London focused on Peace and Conflict Resolution. And you'll see some important dates to keep in mind - starting with the Rotary Leadership Institute this week and moving on through a February webinar on district awards, a special Rotary Foundation event in April with RI President Mark Maloney and First Lady Gay, our District Conference in Jekyll Island that includes a Derby party, and RYLA camp in June.
It's all part of connecting with each other and the world! [more]
To describe this year with one word is a considerable challenge. The word, like my year here, must be complicated, yet simple; meaningful to me, yet to other people, a thing said in passing and never considered again. With these criteria (and my cousin) in mind, I decided that the best word would be some physics term, and what better than “ … [more]
Leap Into Rotary” is a Rotary Social Event on Saturday, February 29th (or as close to that date as possible) where all of Rotary Zone 34 will be hosting individual Club parties for prospective Rotarians. The year 2020 happens to be a Leap Year, so this gives us a great opportunity to have a fun theme for a party that helps us bring future Rotarians into our clubs. [more]
|Jan 9, 2020||Rotary establishes peace center at Makerere University|
|Jan 7, 2020||Toastmasters and Rotary partner to help members grow professionally and make a difference in their communities|
|Dec 5, 2019||Value of Rotary volunteering|
|Nov 25, 2019||The Sustainability Challenge|
|Nov 12, 2019||6 humanitarians honored for their work with refugees|
|Nov 11, 2019||Hoops on the Hudson|
|Oct 31, 2019||World Polio Day cheers major achievements toward global polio eradication|
|Oct 30, 2019||Rotary provides millions in polio funding as wild poliovirus type 3 is eradicated|
|Oct 21, 2019||Join us for Rotary’s World Polio Day Online Global Update|
|Oct 21, 2019||The plus in PolioPlus|
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