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Rotary Weekly
5 January 2018 A roundup of Rotary news
What it's like to ...
For the third consecutive January, The Rotarian magazine celebrates what happens when ordinary Rotarians find themselves in extraordinary circumstances. Rotarians in their own words tell what it's like to survive an atomic bomb, chase your baseball dream, walk 27,000 miles for peace, live on $1.50 a day, and more.
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Father, son team up to make a difference
For Tulsi and Anil Maharjan, being in Rotary is about more than just belonging to their local club. The father and son duo have teamed up on multiple projects to help villagers in Nepal recover from the devastating earthquake of 2015. Together, they have discovered how Rotary empowers ordinary people to take action to make a difference.
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5 reasons to use Rotary Global Rewards in the new year
Who doesn’t enjoy saving money, especially when you can give back to a great cause while you are doing it? Rotary Global Rewards is our member benefits program that helps you save money while a portion of your purchases return to Rotary. And using the program is easier than ever, with our mobile app.
 
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Announcements
Find inspiration around every corner in Toronto

The 2018 Rotary Convention, 23-27 June, will bring thousands of Rotarians from around the world to Toronto, the Capital of Nice. Here are five reasons you won’t want to miss Rotary’s biggest event of the year.

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Give us your best shot

Enter The Rotarian annual photo contest and show us the world through Rotarians’ eyes. Submit your photos through 15 February 2018.

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