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Great Salmon Send-Off

This past weekend Burnaby Mountain District had a wonderful presence at the annual local community event, the Great Salmon Send-Off. Organized every year by the Stoney Creek Environmental Committee (this was the 28th annual event!), community and environmental organizations gather at Stoney Creek School for a rain-or-shine day of family friendly outdoor fun. 159 more words

Girl Guides Of Canada

Assisting Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh

By Eric Lee, a member of the Rotary Club of Cheat Lake, West Virginia, USA

Service above self was the underpinning theme of our aid project for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh this year. 348 more words

Promoting Peace

Community Service: Ways to engage college students in service

By seizing this opportunity to collaborate on service projects that meet the students’ goals and accomplishes the Auxiliary’s mission, our communities will thrive.

Submitted by Sallie Rossman, National Community Service Southern Division Chairman 680 more words

Family Support

Brooke's Books Project

Brooke Trevett

Brooke’s Books Project

One day Brooke Trevett, a 10-year-old living in Oswego County, New York, was clearing out her personal library of hundreds of books when she was struck with an idea: why not put these books directly into the hands of kids who don’t have enough books or who don’t have… 737 more words

Children's Literature

April Service Project: Yard Sale at The Servant Center

On April 21, The Servant Center held a yard sale at Glenwood United Methodist Church. Glenwood Methodist is actually our new office space and we hope to move in early June, along with TSC’s administrative offices and the Disability Assistance Program. 89 more words

Together we transform, one mangrove at a time

By Hope A. Sealey, president, Rotary Club of East Nassau, Nassau, Bahamas. Photos by Alyce Henson, Rotary International.

Storm damage and coastline erosion are threatening many shores around the world, especially islands in the Caribbean. 438 more words

Building Community

Rotary alum turns trash into treasure

By Binish Desai, a member of the Rotary Club of Bulsar, India, and a former Rotary Youth Exchange student 

I started my journey in Rotary as a… 517 more words

Developing Leaders