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Daily Chronicle
Agencies benefit from Rotarians at Work DayPark District, as part of its own Park Pride Day, had Rotarians weeding and cle
Agencies benefit from Rotarians at Work Day
Daily Chronicle / Posted 42 minutes ago
Park District, as part of its own Park Pride Day, had Rotarians weeding and clearing around the sign at the entrance to Rotary Park at Sycamore Lake. • Rotarians helped prepare land near the historic Joiner Cemetery for ceremonies to be held... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Sycamore Rotary donates to Pay-It-Forward HouseAs part of Give Local DeKalb County on May 3, the Sycamore Rotary Club donated
Sycamore Rotary donates to Pay-It-Forward House
Daily Chronicle / Posted 43 minutes ago
As part of Give Local DeKalb County on May 3, the Sycamore Rotary Club donated $250 to the Pay-It-Forward House in Sycamore. The money was earmarked for gardening supplies, which were used during the club’s annual Rotarians at Work Day on May 7 as... Read more
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Louth Leader
Sureshot Damion wins darts prizeThe Rotary Club of Louth recently took a group from the Louth Interskill Centre
Sureshot Damion wins darts prize
Louth Leader / Posted 47 minutes ago
The Rotary Club of Louth recently took a group from the Louth Interskill Centre to the Rotary District Disabled Games at Scunthorpe. Hundreds of people from Lincolnshire and Yorkshire took part in a range of competitions. The darts champion from... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Right Path event was held to fight hungerChamber; Boy Scout Troop #207; Washington State Community College Branches; The
Right Path event was held to fight hunger
The Marietta Times / Posted 4 hours ago
Chamber; Boy Scout Troop #207; Washington State Community College Branches; The Pigtails; Marietta High School SADD; Team Rotary. It was refreshing to have so many youth involved as this is a great community service opportunity for... Read more
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Gazette
Yate students raise £27,000 for Ugandan trip of a lifetimeSodbury and Kingsgate Park music festival in Yate. After toppling the £20,000
Yate students raise £27,000 for Ugandan trip of a lifetime
Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
Sodbury and Kingsgate Park music festival in Yate. After toppling the £20,000 the students wrote to Chipping Sodbury Rotary Club and after several members met the group and discussed the trip, they were awarded £3,000. Rotarian John Berridge... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
May 28 CalendarMethodist Church, 609 Liberty Drive, Thomasville, on Tuesdays. Call (336) 862-0
May 28 Calendar
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 4 hours ago
Methodist Church, 609 Liberty Drive, Thomasville, on Tuesdays. Call (336) 862-0172 for more information. The Lexington Rotary Club meets from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m. every Tuesday at the J. Smith Young YMCA. For further information, visit the... Read more
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Nevada Appeal
Teri’s Notebook: It’s summer — time to get off the couchfilling in on breaks. All proceeds from the Brewfest will go to a $12,000 scho
Teri’s Notebook: It’s summer — time to get off the couch
Nevada Appeal / Posted 4 hours ago
filling in on breaks. All proceeds from the Brewfest will go to a $12,000 scholarship awarded annually by the Carson City Rotary. That evening, the Carson City Smackdown is returning to Fuji Park. It’ll start at 6 p.m. and feature bull riding,... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Memorial Day weekend activitiesand more at the Choctaw Event Center, 3702 Choctaw Road, along with the Durant
Memorial Day weekend activities
The Oklahoman / Posted 4 hours ago
and more at the Choctaw Event Center, 3702 Choctaw Road, along with the Durant Rodeo, a parade, a 5k run and the Durant Rotary Magnolia Bike Tour happening throughout the community. Information: www.MagnoliaFestival.com. 21st annual Oklahoma... Read more
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North Fort Myers Neighbor
Save Our Summer - Feed the Cape:battle to determine which one can best deliver a “knockout punch” to hunger. Or
Save Our Summer - Feed the Cape:
North Fort Myers Neighbor / Posted 4 hours ago
battle to determine which one can best deliver a “knockout punch” to hunger. Organizations already lined up include the Rotary Clubs of Cape Coral, the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association, the Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral, LCEC,... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Gnarly Trombone: It’s well past time we embraced the traffic coneWeek, all of the big football games, weekend events Downtown, and all celebrati
Gnarly Trombone: It’s well past time we embraced the traffic cone
Greeley Tribune / Posted 5 hours ago
Week, all of the big football games, weekend events Downtown, and all celebrations. The Traffic Cone Mascot can speak to Rotary Clubs and Kiwanis Clubs and all the other clubs, promoting Conetown Greeley. The Traffic Cone Mascot has to speak in... Read more
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Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer
Save Our Summer - Feed the Cape:battle to determine which one can best deliver a “knockout punch” to hunger. Or
Save Our Summer - Feed the Cape:
Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer / Posted 5 hours ago
battle to determine which one can best deliver a “knockout punch” to hunger. Organizations already lined up include the Rotary Clubs of Cape Coral, the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association, the Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral, LCEC,... Read more
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Lehigh Acres Citizen
Save Our Summer - Feed the Cape:battle to determine which one can best deliver a “knockout punch” to hunger. Or
Save Our Summer - Feed the Cape:
Lehigh Acres Citizen / Posted 5 hours ago
battle to determine which one can best deliver a “knockout punch” to hunger. Organizations already lined up include the Rotary Clubs of Cape Coral, the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association, the Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral, LCEC,... Read more
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The Pine Island Eagle
Save Our Summer - Feed the Cape:battle to determine which one can best deliver a “knockout punch” to hunger. Or
Save Our Summer - Feed the Cape:
The Pine Island Eagle / Posted 5 hours ago
battle to determine which one can best deliver a “knockout punch” to hunger. Organizations already lined up include the Rotary Clubs of Cape Coral, the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association, the Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral, LCEC,... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Senior's APD spills MBMTroy Watt scored four runs. Evan Johnson homered for Florence. Parker Stroud's
Senior's APD spills MBM
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 5 hours ago
Troy Watt scored four runs. Evan Johnson homered for Florence. Parker Stroud's pitching and team defense led Rotary past Norway Kiwanis 10-0 in five innings at Larry Barkle Eastside Field. Rotary's Hunter Fortner socked three hits... Read more
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SaukValley.com
SUPPORT GROUPS, CLUBS, AND SERVICESSt., Rock Falls, 815-626-2230. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 a.m., open, Methodist c
SUPPORT GROUPS, CLUBS, AND SERVICES
SaukValley.com / Posted 5 hours ago
St., Rock Falls, 815-626-2230. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 a.m., open, Methodist church, 402 First Ave., Forreston. Dixon Rotary Club, noon, lower level, St. Luke Episcopal Church, 221 W. Third St. Alcoholics Anonymous, noon, open, St. Paul... Read more
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CaptivaSanibel.com
Save Our Summer - Feed the Cape:battle to determine which one can best deliver a “knockout punch” to hunger. Or
Save Our Summer - Feed the Cape:
CaptivaSanibel.com / Posted 5 hours ago
battle to determine which one can best deliver a “knockout punch” to hunger. Organizations already lined up include the Rotary Clubs of Cape Coral, the Cape Coral Construction Industry Association, the Chamber of Commerce of Cape Coral, LCEC,... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
Sheffield Lifewinners are Kyle Corbin, Ryan Lemay and Tanner Barr. Fourth-grade field trip t
Sheffield Life
Warren Times Observer / Posted 5 hours ago
winners are Kyle Corbin, Ryan Lemay and Tanner Barr. Fourth-grade field trip to Chapman State Park The Sheffield Rotary had several guests present at its meeting on May 24. Left to right are Tom Chelgren, 2016 district governor; Ann... Read more
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Nevada Appeal
Teri Notebook: It’s summer — time to get off the couchfilling in on breaks. All proceeds from the Brewfest will go to a $12,000 scho
Teri Notebook: It’s summer — time to get off the couch
Nevada Appeal / Posted 5 hours ago
filling in on breaks. All proceeds from the Brewfest will go to a $12,000 scholarship awarded annually by the Carson City Rotary. That evening, the Carson City Smackdown is returning to Fuji Park. It’ll start at 6 p.m. and feature bull riding,... Read more
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USA Today
Off-road review: 2016 Ram Rebel loves the dirtHemi V-8. In the dirt, we weren't hurting for power or torque with the V-8. It
Off-road review: 2016 Ram Rebel loves the dirt
USA Today / Posted 6 hours ago
Hemi V-8. In the dirt, we weren't hurting for power or torque with the V-8. It helped that it was paired with Ram's rotary automatic-transmission dial on the dash, allowing us to easily click between gears. On a narrow dirt trail with sharp... Read more
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WestportNow
Enjoying the Westport Night SceneSaturday, May 28, 2016 Sunny, the Westport Rotary Club’s Great Duck Race mas
Enjoying the Westport Night Scene
WestportNow / Posted 7 hours ago
Saturday, May 28, 2016 Sunny, the Westport Rotary Club’s Great Duck Race mascot, enjoys the Friday night lights on the Saugatuck River in Westport’s center. The 23-foot tall duckie is promoting the club’s Great... Read more
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Salem News
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEKpancakes, sausage links from Chamberlain Farms, scrambled eggs, potato cakes, t
ON THE CALENDAR THIS WEEK
Salem News / Posted 7 hours ago
pancakes, sausage links from Chamberlain Farms, scrambled eggs, potato cakes, toast; $7. EAST PALESTINE East Palestine Rotary Club's Memorial Day Bike Parade; meet in parking lot of the First Church of Christ; judging begins at 10:30 a.m. EAST... Read more
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Salem News
ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIESEAST PALESTINE - The East Palestine Rotary Club will sponsor the annual Memoria
ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIES
Salem News / Posted 7 hours ago
EAST PALESTINE - The East Palestine Rotary Club will sponsor the annual Memorial Day Bike Parade on Monday. Contestants are encouraged to decorate their bikes in a red, white and blue theme. Prizes will be given to first and second-place winners.... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Trendy, all-juice diet? How about a juicy burger?and St. Johns County Council on Aging in partnership with the Social Security A
Trendy, all-juice diet? How about a juicy burger?
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 11 hours ago
and St. Johns County Council on Aging in partnership with the Social Security Administration and the Ponte Vedra Beach Rotary held its annual Centenarian luncheon at The Players Community Senior Center to honor residents age 90 and up. Among... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Four pedestrians struck in Great Barrington crosswalklast major Main Street crosswalk accident was in 2011, when a man was struck by
Four pedestrians struck in Great Barrington crosswalk
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 11 hours ago
last major Main Street crosswalk accident was in 2011, when a man was struck by a southbound driver at the Main Street-Rotary Way crosswalk. The victim was not badly injured. The town has recently completed a major upgrade of the street that... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The legendary B-52 is about to get a lot more lethalexternal weapons produce,” continued Kenny. The IWBU will first rewire the pla
The legendary B-52 is about to get a lot more lethal
Stamford Advocate / Posted 12 hours ago
external weapons produce,” continued Kenny. The IWBU will first rewire the plane to drop eight JDAMs from a conventional rotary launcher bomb bay, and then they'll reconfigure the pylons to go from holding 12 to 16 JDAMs, nearly doubling the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The legendary B-52 is about to get a lot more lethalexternal weapons produce,” continued Kenny. The IWBU will first rewire the pla
The legendary B-52 is about to get a lot more lethal
Connecticut Post / Posted 12 hours ago
external weapons produce,” continued Kenny. The IWBU will first rewire the plane to drop eight JDAMs from a conventional rotary launcher bomb bay, and then they'll reconfigure the pylons to go from holding 12 to 16 JDAMs, nearly doubling the... Read more
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Southwest Daily News
Vincent stumps for smarter coastal conservation, restorationthoughts on the subject. Vincent is heavily involved with the Coastal Conservat
Vincent stumps for smarter coastal conservation, restoration
Southwest Daily News / Posted 13 hours ago
thoughts on the subject. Vincent is heavily involved with the Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) and spoke to the local Rotary Club regarding some of the projects underway. “What’s happening with our coast right now to me is one of the most... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Eleven-old takes a bite out of LymeLyme and Associated Diseases Society and the LymeLight Foundation, which provid
Eleven-old takes a bite out of Lyme
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 14 hours ago
Lyme and Associated Diseases Society and the LymeLight Foundation, which provides treatment grants. ■ Mandarin Rotary Club has been paying homage to police, firefighters, teachers and students. Recently, it gave its Zone 3 Police... Read more
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WestportNow
River Run for Sunnyrubber duck nicknamed Sunny took to the Saugatuck River in Westport’s center to
River Run for Sunny
WestportNow / Posted 14 hours ago
rubber duck nicknamed Sunny took to the Saugatuck River in Westport’s center today to promote the Westport Sunrise Rotary Club’s Great Duck Race on Saturday, June 4 at 3:30 p.m. Sunny was being moved to the Black Duck restaurant in... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Retreat highlights school's accomplishmentsAP and AIG courses have become more and more inclusive over the years. “Over t
Retreat highlights school's accomplishments
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 14 hours ago
AP and AIG courses have become more and more inclusive over the years. “Over the last six years I’ve watched the makeup of Rotary (Scholars, the top 10 in grades eight through 12) go from this predominantly white group … to this last Rotary banquet... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Retreat highlights Lexington school system's accomplishmentsAP and AIG courses have become more and more inclusive over the years. “Over t
Retreat highlights Lexington school system's accomplishments
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 14 hours ago
AP and AIG courses have become more and more inclusive over the years. “Over the last six years I’ve watched the makeup of Rotary (Scholars, the top 10 in grades eight through 12) go from this predominantly white group … to this last Rotary banquet... Read more
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The Oklahoman
Variety of festivities planned across Oklahoma for Memorial Day weekendand more at the Choctaw Event Center, 3702 Choctaw Rd., along with the Durant R
Variety of festivities planned across Oklahoma for Memorial Day weekend
The Oklahoman / Posted 14 hours ago
and more at the Choctaw Event Center, 3702 Choctaw Rd., along with the Durant Rodeo, a parade, a 5k run and the Durant Rotary Magnolia Bike Tour happening throughout the community. Information: www.MagnoliaFestival.com. Bethany 66 Festival:... Read more
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Business Insider
The legendary B-52 is about to get a lot more lethalexternal weapons produce,” continued Kenny. The IWBU will first rewire the pla
The legendary B-52 is about to get a lot more lethal
Business Insider / Posted 15 hours ago
external weapons produce,” continued Kenny. The IWBU will first rewire the plane to drop eight JDAMs from a conventional rotary launcher bomb bay, and then they'll reconfigure the pylons to go from holding 12 to 16 JDAMs, nearly doubling the... Read more
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Business Wire
Frederick County Bank announces hire of Harry Weetenkamp as Chief Lending Officeris a member of the Kiwanis Club of Frederick and a past president and former Bo
Frederick County Bank announces hire of Harry Weetenkamp as Chief Lending Officer
Business Wire / Posted 15 hours ago
is a member of the Kiwanis Club of Frederick and a past president and former Board member. He is a former member of the Rotary Club of Columbia Patuxent and is a Paul Harris Fellow. Although having spent his younger years farther east, Harry is... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Bookworms delight in Rotary book saleYOU'LL have books coming out of your ears after visiting the Rotary Club of Gra
Bookworms delight in Rotary book sale
Daily Examiner / Posted 15 hours ago
YOU'LL have books coming out of your ears after visiting the Rotary Club of Grafton Midday book sale today. Book sale coordinator Peter Robinson said they had been receiving donations from across the Valley in many different genres. "We have... Read more
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CNET
Verizon strikes tentative deal to end employee strikeno longer sees growth and said it is shifting its resources behind the hotter w
Verizon strikes tentative deal to end employee strike
CNET / Posted 16 hours ago
no longer sees growth and said it is shifting its resources behind the hotter wireless business. "Nostalgia for the rotary-phone era won't save American jobs, any more than ignoring the global forces reshaping the auto industry saved the... Read more
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KPLR 11 St. Louis
What is happening this Memorial Day Weekendwith crafts and activities for the kids Renaissance Faire – Preview Weekend Da
What is happening this Memorial Day Weekend
KPLR 11 St. Louis / Posted 16 hours ago
with crafts and activities for the kids Renaissance Faire – Preview Weekend Date: Saturday – Sunday, May 28-29 Venue: Rotary Park, Wentzville, MO Times: 10 am – 6 pm Admission: Free Get a taste of the St. Louis Renaissance Festival and... Read more
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Daily Liberal
HALFWAY THERE: $25 million election commitment to Dubbo Cancer Centrecampaigners collecting signatures for a petition in support of the facility at
HALFWAY THERE: $25 million election commitment to Dubbo Cancer Centre
Daily Liberal / Posted 16 hours ago
campaigners collecting signatures for a petition in support of the facility at Dubbo Square on Friday. They are (from left) Rotary Club of Dubbo WestÆs Lyn Smith, nurse unit manager of oncology at Dubbo Hospital Tim Williams, Dubbo-based oncologist... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for May 283rd District, I’m reminded of a debate between the two candidates, Susan Kirsch
Marin IJ Readers’ Forum for May 28
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 16 hours ago
3rd District, I’m reminded of a debate between the two candidates, Susan Kirsch and Kate Sears, hosted by the Mill Valley Rotary. I sat next to a developer who has tried for years to build a big project neighbors oppose. After the event, I told... Read more
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MedCity News
5 non-health tech stories you should care about this weekthat hurt them. 2. “Wearable clips onto your steering wheel for eyes-free smar
5 non-health tech stories you should care about this week
MedCity News / Posted 17 hours ago
that hurt them. 2. “Wearable clips onto your steering wheel for eyes-free smartphone control” (Gizmodo) Through the rotary command dial and tactile buttons, which support multi-click actions, users can effectively interact with mobile... Read more
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FOX News
'All-American City' confiscates elderly man's American flagsin Westland, Michigan –which has the distinction of being an “All-American City
'All-American City' confiscates elderly man's American flags
FOX News / Posted 17 hours ago
in Westland, Michigan –which has the distinction of being an “All-American City.” Related Image “I’m a member of the Rotary Club and the Chamber of Commerce,” he told me. “I started working when I was 19 years old. I do not collect Social... Read more
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This is West Country
Councillor walking 100 miles without sleep over the Bank Holidayone of the Mayor's charities of the year - the Children's Hospice South West.
Councillor walking 100 miles without sleep over the Bank Holiday
This is West Country / Posted 17 hours ago
one of the Mayor's charities of the year - the Children's Hospice South West. Mr Habgood, who only recently completed the Rotary Club of Taunton/s 50-50 Cycle Ride, said: “I enjoy walking and am looking forward to the challenge. "It is especially... Read more
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BC Local News
Vital Signs survey will help steer community agenciesacross the different funders and agencies that provide the services.” Other pa
Vital Signs survey will help steer community agencies
BC Local News / Posted 17 hours ago
across the different funders and agencies that provide the services.” Other partners in the project include the local Rotary Clubs, the Comox BIA, and the Comox Valley Social Planning Committee. Macdonald said the information from the report... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Vital Signs survey will help steer community agenciesacross the different funders and agencies that provide the services.” Other pa
Vital Signs survey will help steer community agencies
Comox Valley Record / Posted 17 hours ago
across the different funders and agencies that provide the services.” Other partners in the project include the local Rotary Clubs, the Comox BIA, and the Comox Valley Social Planning Committee. Macdonald said the information from the report... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
Donald D. FortuneHospital and the Gogebic Community College Foundation board, where he was honor
Donald D. Fortune
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted 17 hours ago
Hospital and the Gogebic Community College Foundation board, where he was honored as Distinguished Board Member, as well as Rotary Club President/Vice President of the Peridia Golf and Country Club. Don was also Second Degree Knight of Columbus and... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Hughes bears unmistakable mark of leadershipbreed in our state. Much as we noted when Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann,
Hughes bears unmistakable mark of leadership
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 17 hours ago
breed in our state. Much as we noted when Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann, a Republican, spoke before the Columbus Rotary Club in March, what we see in Hughes is an example of genuine leadership, and, something rare in this day and time,... Read more
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The Columbian
Gregoire advocates for education, leadership at Yakima luncheonthe leadership from both sides into my office and lock the doors,” Gregoire tol
Gregoire advocates for education, leadership at Yakima luncheon
The Columbian / Posted 18 hours ago
the leadership from both sides into my office and lock the doors,” Gregoire told about 200 people at a Downtown Yakima Rotary luncheon Thursday. “And no, you will not be allowed to go the can. Let’s get this done.” The Legislature has... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Bend Energy Challenge installs 18,000 LED bulbshas reached nearly 800 homes in part to collaborative events with the Latino Co
Bend Energy Challenge installs 18,000 LED bulbs
KTVZ Bend / Posted 18 hours ago
has reached nearly 800 homes in part to collaborative events with the Latino Community Association, NeighborImpact, Bend Rotary, and the Summit High Rotary Club. “Silver Two really enjoyed taking part in the Bend Energy Challenge,” says NCCC... Read more
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Newton Daily News
Community Calendaropen office hours at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Uncle Nancy’s Coffeehouse & Eatery, 114
Community Calendar
Newton Daily News / Posted 18 hours ago
open office hours at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Uncle Nancy’s Coffeehouse & Eatery, 114 N. Second Ave. W. in Newton. • The Newton Rotary Club will meet at noon Tuesday at the First Baptist Church, 620 S. Eighth Ave. E. The program will be presented by... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Employers tee off to learn about employing armed forces reservistsa number of reservists and supports the important work that members of the arme
Employers tee off to learn about employing armed forces reservists
Nottingham Post / Posted 19 hours ago
a number of reservists and supports the important work that members of the armed forces community do in protecting our nation." The event was part of the Ministry of Defence employer engagement programme and was organised by Long Eaton Rotary... Read more
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