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20 Reasons to Join Rotary Club of Coconut Creek

I joined Rotary to make some contacts and meet business leaders in my community. I quickly discovered that while relationships are formed and business does transpire within a Rotary Club, the Service and Fellowship aspects are what keep me coming back and drive me to do better. 85 more words

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Flags Fly on MLK Day

Mighty Civitans had the flags flying downtown for Martin Luther King Day. Eighty-nine flags are on the streets downtown and up to Opelika Rd. near the Frank Brown Rec. 14 more words

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Are you Proudly Rotarian?

By Frank Kofi Owusu Debrah, Foundation Chair and Past President of the Rotary Club of Sunyani Central, Ghana

It is certainly true that the reasons for a person joining Rotary are varied and many. 406 more words


Father, son team up to make a difference

By Tulsi R. Maharjan, a past district governor and member of the Rotary Club of Branchburg, New Jersey, USA

For this father and son combination, Rotary is about much more than belonging to a humanitarian organization. 364 more words

Building Community

January 2018 Good News

The January 2018 Good News  is ready to view.
Get information on our January activities -Congregation Retreat, Great Soup Challenge, and more.

News And Notes

Durango club brings the power of light

By Joe Williams, Rotary Club of Durango Daybreak, Colorado, USA

Most people in the United States take electricity for granted. Only if a powerful storm hits and it is taken away do we get an understanding of what it is like to depend entirely on the sun for our light. 445 more words

Growing Local Economies

Wreaths for Veterans

Hello, trailmen!

The town of Eddington has a lot of respect for its military veterans.
You all have been a great part of helping honor our vets in past events, with our Flag distribution and cemetery clean-ups that we’ve done at the beginning and end of the summer. 222 more words

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