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If a pig roast, cornhole and tug of war contests, Rotary fellowship and just plain FUN - or any combination of that is on your top 10 list, sign up now for District Conference with a Green Acres theme, coming April 27-30 to Sandestin, Florida. Enjoy an update on our youth programs, time at the beach -and more Take the time right now to follow the link to register and make your hotel reservations. Do it now before registration prices rise!
Then take a minute to watch an episode or two of this 1960s TV favorite starring Eddie Albert and Eva Gabor as a couple who move from New York City to a country farm - check out their costumes and get ready to join us in Sandestin! [more]
Join District Governor Elect Andre at District Training Assembly on March 25, 2023 at the Historic Iron Works (Convention and Trade Center) in Columbus, Georgia. District Training Assembly is a chance for club officers, committee chairs and assistant governors to further develop leadership skills and refine strategies to achieve their goals. All Rotarians who accept key club leadership roles are encouraged to attend the District Training Assembly. And, the session is not just for club officers; it's where club officers, chairs, emerging leaders, and ALL Rotarians can learn more about what Rotary has to offer. [more]
|Feb 2, 2023||Rotary Foundation approves targeted funds for Pakistan and Ukraine|
|Jan 30, 2023||Life during wartime: a frontline report|
|Jan 30, 2023||Rotary projects around the globe - February 2023|
|Jan 26, 2023||Remembering Jewish Salonica|
|Jan 24, 2023||Second woman nominated as Rotary International president|
|Jan 19, 2023||Leveraging expertise: Shelterbox|
|Jan 16, 2023||6 Rotary members honored as People of Action: Champions of Inclusion|
|Jan 16, 2023||Expand our reach: a conversation with Katey Halliday|
|Jan 9, 2023||Lebanon’s Rotary clubs unite a divided nation around a water project|
|Jan 9, 2023||R. Gordon R. McInally wants Rotary members to create hope in the world|
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