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The Journey To Eagle Pt. 1

Goodness are we excited to tell you about all the activities of Crew 91. But nothing could excite us more than to announce Trevor has begun his Eagle Scout Service Project! 320 more words

Adventures

Putting books in the hands of children

By Rotary Voices staff

Rotary members in Gujarat, India, have launched a program to put books into the hands of children from low income families who cannot afford them, or whose schools lack large library collections. 309 more words

Eradicating Polio

A Blooming Community: Manresa Opportunities for Service

The Manresa Program is often classified as a “community,” and while I find that completely true, the beauty of the program is that it doesn’t only emphasize the building’s community or Fordham’s community, but the surrounding community as well. 300 more words

Community

Cans to Cans Updates

Last time I had the pleasure of interviewing Jeremy Hurley about Cans to Cans (C2C), the organization had not completed one full rotation of its cycle of giving back to the Charlottesville community. 752 more words

Meigan

This Weekend: Earth Day Clean-up Volunteer Event

Enjoy majestic waterfalls and be a steward of our Earth! SOLVE Volunteer Service Project Saturday, April 18th; 10 am – 2 pm

Silver Falls State Park and SOLVE Oregon invite you and your friends & family to help take care of this special corner of our planet.  63 more words

Family Fun

Two of the most exciting words in Rotary

By Kenneth Solow, incoming governor of District 7620 (Maryland, USA)

Can you picture Dr. John Sever, member of the Rotary Club of Potomac, Maryland, asking Rotary’s 1979-1980 Board, at the request of RI President Clem Renouf, to imagine “what if” Rotary adopted the goal of a polio-free world?” The rest is history. 340 more words

Fighting Disease

Case Closed!

My “littles” are easily thrown by change. They get nervous and anxious by a change in routine, new experiences, and the unexpected. They lived lives of uncertainty and high anxiety in their early years, as they weathered the scary road of abuse and foster care. 853 more words