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Rotary Weekly
13 September 2019 A roundup of Rotary news
Taking action around the globe
In suburban Denver, Colorado, a Rotary anti-bullying program has reached more than 2,000 elementary school pupils. Meanwhile, in South Africa, the Rotary Club of Fourways Main Reef, Johannesburg, provided lactate solution, food, blankets, and saline solution to a conservation group when drought drove thousands of flamingos to abandon their chicks at a local breeding ground. In the September issue of The Rotarian, find these and other stories of how Rotary is uniting people to take action to create lasting change in their communities and across the globe.
This week's stories
Magic potion for membership growth?

Nancy Leonhardt’s district added 65 members last year, one of only four districts in the southwest region of the United States to mark an increase. In Rotary Voices, Leonhardt explains how the growth was not the result of any one effort, but many separate initiatives involving planning, goal-setting, and follow through by committed individuals.

The Rotary Foundation receives highest rating

For the 12th consecutive year, The Rotary Foundation has received the highest rating — four stars — from Charity Navigator, an independent evaluator of charities in the U.S.

Calling all breakout sessions
Do you have an idea or project you want to share at the Rotary International Convention in Honolulu? Submit a proposal online by 29 September.  
Get ready for World Polio Day
Join the global celebration on World Polio Day 24 October by hosting an event in your community.

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