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Georgia Rotary Student Program (GRSP) Chair Bert Guy recently announced Katheryne A. Fields as the inaugural Marketing and Development Director. In her role at GRSP, Fields will work to strengthen the program’s strategic initiatives, fundraise and market the student scholarship program throughout the state. In the role, Fields will be working … [more]
Carolina Mateus was Carl and Judy Tott's GRSP student in 1996 when Carl was Americus Rotary President. Carolina married their son Glenn a number of years later. In Carolina's text to Carl, she stated “After the situation in DC on Wednesday [January 6, 2021], the GRSP class of 1996-97 decided to write a letter to GRSP headquarters mentioning our love and deep belief in US democracy and thanking the program for shaping us to be ambassadors of peace as we moved into our adult lives. After sending the letter, many other GRSP classes joined in signing it and we have since received warm responses from Rotarians.” See Carolina’s letter:
We hope you are excited as we are to head to San Destin for District Conference April 29 - May 2. The focus of the weekend is for Rotarians from around District 6900 to get away and enjoy a long weekend reconnecting with friends. There will be a few sessions, a couple of planned parties and of course the hospitality suites, but there is also plenty … [more]
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|Jan 12, 2021||The future: What can we expect when we get there?|
|Jan 7, 2021||Why Rotarians should engage with program alumni|
|Dec 30, 2020||The sad truth about altruism is that there aren’t enough altruists|
|Dec 30, 2020||History: Rotary in Spain survives challenges|
|Dec 23, 2020||Help on wheels|
|Dec 16, 2020||Rotary Foundation receives highest rating from Charity Navigator for 13th consecutive year|
|Dec 16, 2020||Building bridges, overcoming roadblocks|
|Dec 12, 2020||ShelterBox recognizes Rotary with Global Humanitarian Service Award|
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