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Monday April 5th U.S. Army Capt. Sean M. Minton addressed the Rotary Club of Sandy Springs. Sean is a Rotary Scholar, is currently stationed at Fort Steward near Savannah, but has recently spent much of his time abroad. Sean presented a brief overview of the whirlwind events of his last year of studies.
Sean’s area of study is International … [more]
Just a call for help was all the Americus Rotary Club had to hear before alerting members of a new community need. This time, it was to volunteer at the local vaccination center which was moved from Phoebe Sumter Medical Center to the site of the National Guard Armory, a facility better suited to handle the growing population of residents seeking … [more]
At 12:10 AM on Friday morning, March 26, 2021, an EF4 Tornado came through the historic residential district of Newnan, Georgia. The tornado reached winds as high as 170 mph and the path covered seven miles, causing catastrophic damage. The Rotary Club of Newnan is seeking to provide assistance needed over the long journey to recover from a storm that damaged 1800 homes (300 deemed uninhabitable), left 6,500 of 10,000 Newnan Utilities customers without power (now mostly restored) and did severe damage to Atkinson Elementary and Newnan High School (picture #1). Read more about the damage and how Rotarians and their clubs can help. [more]
|Apr 5, 2021||Rotary and the U.S. Government support Italy's fight against COVID-19|
|Apr 5, 2021||$15.5 million gift will fund new Rotary Peace Center in Middle East or North Africa|
|Mar 23, 2021||Philippine WASH project delivers toilets and hygiene education to villages|
|Mar 23, 2021||Sri Lanka Rotary uses ingenuity, invention to protect communities against COVID-19|
|Mar 22, 2021||Educating in a pandemic and beyond|
|Mar 16, 2021||New Rotary Foundation grant supports scaling proven malaria program in Zambia|
|Mar 9, 2021||Rotary-led Partners for a Malaria-Free Zambia awarded US 6 million dollars to reduce burden of malaria in heavily affected districts|
|Mar 4, 2021||Catherine Coleman Flowers reveals Americas dirty secret|
|Mar 3, 2021||Water for Peace|
|Mar 3, 2021||Club innovation: The expat experience|
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