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President Kim Walden newest Arch Klumph Foundation Society member!

District Governor, Jim Squire, Polio Zone Coordinator Bob Hagen, Past Rotary International Director Robert Hall visited our club on November 7th to recognize President Kim as the newest Arch Klumph Foundation Society member.

Pictures from President Kim's visit to Rotary International


Posted by Susan Backofen
Rotary Club of Thomasville
November 5, 2019

Halloween Fun

Posted by Susan Backofen
Rotary Club of Thomasville
November 5, 2019

Leap Into Rotary

“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 … [more]

Posted by Jaclyn Donovan
Rotary Club of Moultrie
November 5, 2019
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News From Rotary

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
Oct 21, 2019 The price of polio
Oct 21, 2019 The Rotarian Conversation: Denis Mukwege
Oct 17, 2019 The grief that does not speak
Oct 17, 2019 The Rotarian Conversation: Alex Kotlowitz
Oct 17, 2019 The wheel deal

Becoming A Rotarian/Membership

To get started with Rotary, begin by reaching out to a club in your area. District 6900 serves more than 60 Rotary clubs located in the western part of Georgia. You can search by:

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Since 1985, Rotary has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in the effort to rid the world of the polio virus.

Wild Polio Cases

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