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Unfortunately the 2020 District Conference has been cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns. However we are planning a big celebration on Saturday, June 13th in Columbus. Stay tuned for details

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Congratulations to Faith Fitzgerald (Thomasville High) for 2nd Runner Up Statewide Laws of Life Winner

Congratulations to Faith Fitzgerald of Thomasville High for being the 2nd Runner Up Statewide Laws of Life Winner! This is one of the most amazing programs we have every year and we will publish Faith's essay in a later newsletter. Thank you to all the amazing students who worked hard and shared their essays for the Laws of Life Content!!!

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Posted by Angela Williamson
Rotary Club of Thomasville
April 5, 2020

Stay Connected and Strong in These Challenging Times

I pray you and your families are safe and well. These are truly challenging times. Last week was my wedding anniversary and obviously the celebratory trip I had planned was cancelled, and the Atlanta Fish Market. where I proposed to Donna and we have our annual celebration dinner, was closed. Thank the Lord for Waffle House, where I was able to order two All American breakfasts to go to bring home to start the day with breakfast in bed. And our anniversary highlight was not the umbrella drinks while watching the sunset across the ocean that was planned, but playing a new board game, Sequence.

In a similar situation, we will not be meeting together in Jekyll Island for District Conference later this month; we will look forward instead to a day of district celebration in mid-June in Columbus. And many if not all of our clubs are finding truly innovative ways to demonstrate our District theme for this year, Connect With Rotary. Internet meetings, conference calls, social media, etc. are all being used in new and exciting ways for Rotary connection. And the Rotary Club of Thomasville has shared their special approach to being sure they're all connected during this difficult time. [more]

Posted by Jim Squire
Rotary Club of Sandy Springs
April 4, 2020

Calling for All District Grant Reports and Applications!

District Designated Funds (DDF) allow us to do many of the projects we do in our local communities to make a difference. This current Rotary year, 55 clubs in District 6900 took advantage of the money available for standard and/or competitive grants - you can even read about the Rotary Club of Cuthbert's project in this newsletter. Don’t leave … [more]

Posted by Lisa Leggett
Rotary Club of Cordele
April 4, 2020
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Feb 6, 2020 International delegation of Rotary leaders visits Pakistan in support of polio eradication
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Jan 28, 2020 Holger Knaack sees opportunities for Rotary to change, thrive
Jan 24, 2020 The Sustainability Challenge

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