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Sip-N-See Baby Tea ~ The Beginning of a sweet new Chapter!

Huntsville JSL was so happy to host a Sip-N-See Baby Tea for many of the new and soon-to-be moms of the Pregnancy Care Center.  We had a lovely shower celebrating the start of a sweet new chapter in the lives of those families in attendance!  74 more words

Service Project

Montaña de Luz (Mountain of Light), Honduras

I recently spent a week on a volunteer service trip to Montaña de Luz in Nuevo Paraíso, Honduras. This is an orphanage for children living with HIV. 724 more words

Community Service Projects

Community service projects are a great way to get girls involved in their communities and complete some program work. Recognizing and using your talents and abilities to help others, being wise in the use of resources, taking action for a better world and sharing in the sisterhood of Guiding are all fundamental to Guiding. 594 more words

Program Work

Community Service Project at Na Pohaku o Hauwahine, Sat. Feb. 21, 2015

Please volunteer with us on Saturday Feb. 21, 2015 from 8:30 am – 12:00 pm to help restore Na Pohaku o Hauwahine located along Kapa’a Quarry Rd. 92 more words

Announcement

Ten years of changing lives in Honduras

By Neal Beard, past president of the Rotary Club of Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, USA

Rotary members from District 6760 returned from Central America on 5 Feburary, after completing a 59-home electrification project in Chaguiton, Honduras. 536 more words

Building Community

What We Love: Ministry Partners

Earlier this week we blogged about company culture and a big part of our culture is cultivated by our ministry team. This team does everything from organizing employee baby and wedding showers to planning our company mission trips. 150 more words

Simple Pleasures

Replacing classroom and library books in the Philippines

By Charlene Santala Gearing, public relations chair, Rotary Club of Kapolei Sunset, Hawaii, USA

Are you familiar with the word serendipity? That certainly seems like what has happened for the Rotary Club of Kapolei Sunset, Hawaii. 230 more words

Supporting Education