Clean, sanitary water is something we take for granted. When people don’t have access to clean water, the chance of disease increases, children are generally unhealthier, and a great deal of time is spent by family members carrying clean water […]
Isaiah DeShon spoke to members about Earth’s Workshop, an outdoor classroom/garden at Battle High School.
Nominations are being accepted for the 2019 Vocational Service Award. This award is given annually to someone who conducts the affairs of their business and/or profession in accordance with the principals of high ethical standards while recognizing the worthiness of […]
Tom O’Connor will speak to members about “The Wide World of Water and Wotary.” Norm Benedict will serve as our weekly greeter. Cindy Whaley will present our invocation, lead members in the pledge and provide a fundraising opportunity.
Garrett Pearson spoke to members about the City of Refuge.
Annual Visitor’s Day! The program for the day will focus on what it means to be a Rotarian. If you are planning to bring someone, please RSVP to Victoria Brees by February 27. Jim Stock will serve as our weekly greeter. Tim Sullivan […]
The next Meet the Managers session will be held February 26 at the Family Impact Center. Local community youth are invited to receive assistance with their resumes, job searches, scholarship applications and have any questions answered. The event begins at 4:30 […]
On March 6, members are encouraged to bring prospective new members to our weekly luncheon. The program for the day will focus on Rotary, what it means to be a Rotarian and what is expected of members. If you are […]
Last year, conflict and violence displaced more than 68 million people, and half of those were children. Rotarians do not think this has to be the norm, which is why one of the six areas of focus of Rotary is […]