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In 2018, we will be creating a makerspace at the Central Library to ensure that our residents can develop the digital skills that they will need in the future. If you haven’t visited your public library lately, maybe it’s time for a visit. June 4 to 11/22 was Pride Week in the Bay of Quinte, the first in person Pride events since 2019. As the organizers said, “After 2 years of staying in, they were finally coming out”! On Saturday June 11 the Rotary Club of Trenton was represented in the Quinte Pride Parade by Micheline Jackman and friend Lorrie Smith of Kissimmee Florida. This is a tremendously positive event for both the LGBTQ community! The club received an excellent presentation filled with beautiful photographs of scenery and historic castle from Austria.
- Discover and celebrate diverse perspectives with a global organization.
- David and Rosemary spend their summers at their cabin on the lake and shared many pictures of the lake and its interesting demographics and history.
- They are a vibrant club of approximately 50 members who are recognized as passionate supporters of the Prince Edward County community and can be counted on for both charity and volunteering, locally and internationally.
- With just a limited amount of wine produced, 120 cases , we expect it to sell out very quickly.
- All Rotarians and others interested in international development can glean important information from this success story.
Culturally important sites in the park are root cellars that help sustain the local population over the years. Many interesting geological formations are found in the park including chimneys and sections showing strata of the earth’s history. Prof. McBean also outlined things cities and individuals can do including better urban forestry management, better water drainage design and management and personal preparedness. The project’s pilot project provides information and a start up system for a small village in Kenya with limited clean water. Water tables made of corrugated metal use the sun’s power to purify water in PET bottles. This water can be used for drinking or washing reusable menstrual kits. Juan Gallego from the Rotary Club of Chelsea, Massachusetts brought us up to date on the Colombia water project. Phase One of the Global Grant for this project is complete with 5 wells drilled in this water scare region. Hector Silva Rodriguez shared insights to his native country of Colombia.
REASONS FOR 100 YEARSThe Rotary Club of Oshawa 1920
Make your donation count as 100% of all proceeds go toward the project. Rotary members share a unique passion for taking action to improve their communities and the world. The Rotary Club of Orangeville has spent years helping our community through financial support, hands-on service and project development. Today, there are over 34,000 clubs around the world with 9 clubs in and around Winnipeg. The RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg is a proud member and is home to the Rotary Club of Winnipeg’s weekly lunch meetings.
- It’s 21 members, of which 6 live off-island, are still very active with recovery projects post Hurricane Maria.
- We have a comitment to improve the lives of youth in our community.
- The Adventures in Agriculture Program is hosted by the Rotary Club of Regina Eastview.
- Chuck gave us a brief history of the island which included the long history of American involvement and the rise to power of Fidel Castro.
- The NGO, NAWA was responsible for the establishment of this tribal farm community.
Books, technology and school supplies are also provided to inspire and encourage learning. Youth Service recognizes the positive change implemented by youth and young adults through leadership development activities, involvement in the community, international service projects, and exchange programs. The Rotary Club of Portsmouth, DM is the younger one of the two Rotary Clubs in Dominica . It’s 21 members, of which 6 live off-island, are still very active with recovery projects post Hurricane Maria. Next to the 23 schools mentioned above they have provided learning technologies to 4 more primary schools and a secondary school. They have also donated new roofs, fish pots, water filters, and various donations to primary schools.
ROTARIANS ARE PEOPLE LIKE YOU
The Rotary Club of Bowmanville has run an annual music event to raise money for Feed the Need Durham for several years but this year presented a unique challenge with Covid-19 halting any in person events. The Rotary Club of Fonthill was pleased to welcome Julie Andrews and Amy Guilmette to their weekly meeting on June 22nd. Julie and Amy introduced the members to the new partnership between these libraries and shared all the new and exciting opportunities that exist for community members. This will be awarded to a current Rotarian who demonstrates exemplary service to Rotary and the community.
The program also enlists adult volunteers passionate about improving the standards of literacy. On Wednesday March 23, MLA Jordan Sturdy will be speaking to the BC Liberal Governments Climate Change Leadership Plan. Jordan is a long time Pemberton resident, a Past Mayor of Pemberton and a local farmer. Over 30 local businesses and organizations will be showing their stuff at the PemberTON Event hosted by Tourism Pemberton/ Pemberton Chamber of Commerce.
2023 Rotary Club of Wellington Board of Directors
Kim then travelled back to Delhi and visited several Rotary supported clinics. One Rotary supported clinic provided free blood services to needing people of India. They visited a government supported hospital that provided surgery and prothetic support to Polio sufferers. One doctor had dedicated his career to helping Polio sufferers and he had preformed over 25,000 surgeries. In addition to high academic achievement in agriculture and/or an agriculture related discipline, scholarship criteria must include significant evidence of community service and leadership.