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Posted by Gord Hankin on Feb 19, 2013

On Tuesday Feb 19 2013, Defense Minister Peter MacKay read to some elementary students in support of Adopt a Library Literacy Program.
Posted by Stephen Peters on Feb 12, 2013

Posted by Gord Hankin on Feb 12, 2013

Berlin Peace Forum calls for Peace Without Borders

Sandy Hook School fund launched

New Rotarian Action Groups and Rotary Fellowships recognized

Resources available to enhance sustainable water initiatives 

Posted by Gord Hankin on Feb 12, 2013

Posted by Gord Hankin on Feb 10, 2013

 By Arnold R. Grahl 
Rotary News -- 8 February 2013

Years ago, Marilyn Fitzgerald learned valuable lessons about sustainability from an impoverished rice farmer in Indonesia.

(Photo) Marilyn Fitzgerald, right, meets with Muhammad Yunus, who wrote the foreword to her book "If I Had a Water Buffalo." Fitzgerald serves as microcredit adviser and economic and community development coordinator for District 6290.

Posted by Gord Hankin on Feb 10, 2013

At its January meeting, the RI Board of Directors recognized two new Rotarian Action Groups.
Posted by Gord Hankin on Feb 02, 2013

The Green Path to Peace,  News from the Rotary Global Peace Forum, Hawaii Jan 27 2913.
Posted by Gord Hankin on Jan 30, 2013

A great initiative in Nova Scotia to combat both in school and cyber bullying. A must see.

Click HERE to see the presentation.

Posted by Thomas McCaughey on Jan 30, 2013

Click below to read the complete exciting news about the Polio campaign.
Posted by Gord Hankin on Jan 19, 2013

Having already given away $28bn, Bill Gates intends to eradicate polio, with the same drive he brought to Microsoft . He speaks to Neil Tweedie.

Click to read full article

Posted by Gord Hankin on Jan 15, 2013

Posted by Gord Hankin on Jan 08, 2013

Editors note:

Many thanks to PDG Chris Offer and DG Rebecca MacPherson, D 5040 for permission to  reprint this article.

Here are some simple, proven ideas to help your club grow.

If your Rotary Club is like most, membership growth is a constant challenge. One month, you pick up one or two new members and the next month, you may lose one. Even if your club is active and successful, some members will leave due to job transfers, career changes or for a variety of other reasons. That is why every club must be continually on the lookout for prospective new members.

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