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Working on two Eagle projects.

*** Just an FYI we will be working tonight (5/28) weather permitting at Didier’s at 6:30 PM. ***

The Boy Scouts in Troop 82 are now assisting two Life Scouts that have both started working on Eagle projects. 71 more words

2015

Medical camp delivers the gift of sight

By Himal Pandya, past president of the Rotary Club of Bhavnagar Royal, Gujarat, India

Every year, our club has arranged multiple medical camps in and around the town of Uttarkashi. 220 more words

Fighting Disease

FreeFlo Conference sponsors table to inspire love of STEM for local at-risk children!

The Florida Humanist Association’s annual conference, FreeFlo, is the only freethought conference in Florida geared toward Humanists, Skeptics, Atheists, and other freethinkers.  It occurs in Orlando in the fall (November 6-8 this year) and features amazing nationally-acclaimed speakers and local and national vendors that represent groups or offer goods or services that enrich the secular community. 551 more words

Community

Pakistan picnic benefits blind children

By Nosherwan Khalil Khan, president of the Rotary Club of Rawalpindi, Pakistan.

My club recently arranged a picnic for children who have visual impairments or learning delays at the Lake View Park in Islamabad. 87 more words

Fighting Disease

Happy Mother's Day! A message from your favorite Worthless Advice Blogger!

A Happy Mother’s Day to all the awesome moms that take the time to read my blog; I do appreciate you taking the time away from your kids to read my words of wisdom (or rather my Blog of Worthless Advice). 199 more words

Children

Summer Calendar is Out!!!

Want to know going on with this summer?  Check out our calendar one sheet.  All the major events on one easy piece of paper.  Hang it on the fridge, pin it on the wall, or post it on your younger sibling!   9 more words

High School

Community Service project at Ulupo Heiau State Park, Sat. May 9, 2015

Join us on Saturday May 9, 2015 at Ulupo Heiau to malama this wahi pana (sacred place). At 8:30 am we will begin our Oli Kahea and have an orientation to this mapele heiau. 106 more words

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