United to amplify their individual contributions to make their communities and the world a better place to live and work.
Editor's Note: This article shares highlights from Director Ferrell's recent visit with some of our Caribbean Island Rotary family in the Caribbean, also part of Rotary Zone 34, just like us. Several of our clubs have already expressed interest in helping out. If your club is interested in getting involved, contact District Disaster Relief Chair Steve Stanfield.
I would like to share a recent experience traveling to Barbados, Dominica, St Maarten, Anguilla, and Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. My visit came 4+ months after the hurricane. I had considered such visits earlier, but was concerned that I would be considered a “looker” when what was needed was “doers.” When I did visit, I came to see the damage and the recovery progress, and most importantly to be with the people. [more]
Posted by Jackie Cuthbert
March 6, 2018
Warmer weather, blooming plants, and longer days – all signs that district conference is just around the corner! Rotacon 2018 promises to be a weekend full of great speakers, enjoyable excursions, and Rotarian fellowship that you won’t want to miss. Join us in Sandestin from April 26-29! [more]
Posted by Ryan Clements
March 6, 2018
The first—and arguably the best—reason to be a Rotarian is because Rotary amplifies your ability to serve others. By joining with 1.2 million other Rotarians around the globe, you dramatically increase your impact on our world. Alone you can do little. As a Rotarian you can help a disabled neighbor gain access to their house; fix a life broken by abuse; build a dam in Africa; provide food to children in our schools who are hungry; help thousands learn to read; eradicate polio; and support tens of thousands of other acts of kindness all across our planet.
The Rotary Foundation, your foundation, is the engine that enables this multiplying effect.
As we head towards the fourth quarter of this rotary year, I ask you and every Rotarian to take a look at your financial situation and consider providing some additional support to our foundation. If you have already given, think about giving a little more this year. And if you haven't yet gotten around to making your gift this year, please go ahead and do so now.
Posted by Alec Smythe
March 5, 2018
|Mar 17, 2018||Liberian nurse fights for peace|
|Mar 14, 2018||Rotaract: 50 years of changing lives|
|Mar 8, 2018||Rotary women celebrated for changing lives|
|Feb 28, 2018||Nowhere to turn|
|Feb 23, 2018||5 things you might not know about ending polio|
|Feb 20, 2018||7 things you did not know about Rotaract|
|Feb 19, 2018||Vision Quest|
|Feb 8, 2018||Healing scars of war|
|Feb 5, 2018||Interota 2017 recap|
|Jan 26, 2018||Rassin's 2018 presidential theme|
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