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Rotary Weekly
12 July 2019 A roundup of Rotary news
Meet the 2019-20 RI president
For nearly 40 years, Mark Daniel Maloney and his family have demonstrated that Rotary connects the world. Now the self-described 'cheerful traveler' embarks on the next phase of his life's journey: serving as Rotary International's new president.
This week's stories
New Voices club charts its own course

A new Rotary club, New Voices, was chartered 15 June in Distict 7780 (Maine, USA) with 33 new members. What makes this club unique is that the newly-minted Rotarians – who range in age from 18 to 30 – are all graduates of the district’s phenomenal Rotary Youth Leadership Awards program.

The wheel deal

This 92-year-old Rotary club was once the place to see and be seen. But its numbers had dwindled. So one member took a unique approach to wooing new recruits, starting with the town’s civic leaders. Anyone need a badge polished?

Rotary, ShelterBox renew partnership
Rotary has renewed a three-year partnership with its disaster relief project partner, ShelterBox. 
New Exchange Rate policy
Rotary International has changed its exchange rate policy. Visit the Exchange Rates page for more information.

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