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Bulletin for December 20, 2021
 
Gabriel Rop was our presenter at the December 16th meeting. Gabriel manages Human Services at Hope Faith Homeless Assistance Campus - working individually with guests to identify strengths and resources and to maximize their abilities. We are grateful to have Gabriel as a member of our Rotary club. 
 

President's Message

As we begin this new calendar year, we have an opportunity to continue the humanitarian efforts that this club is known for. Our club is scheduling a tour of Hope Faith Homeless Assistance Campus for February. Please watch for an email with two possible dates/times.
 
Our next meeting is on Thursday, January 20th and will feature a non-profit that provides professionally trained guide, service, and facility dogs for people who are in need of a canine partner. Have a great week!
 
Becky 

President

2021-2022

Zoom Meeting Information:
 
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ROTARY MINUTE
 
 
Rotary Minute December 8, 2021
 
“Rotary – It takes a leap of imagination,” a quote by Alex Kotlowitz , author of “There are No Children Here, An American Summer.”  Rotary is built on creative people who have always looked for ways to make communities and the world a better place in which to live.  
 
And that is how Rotary has grown, from Paul Harris and his dozen “imaginative” men meeting in a Chicago hotel up to today.  A quarter million women and men from more than 200 countries are thinking and creating solutions to world problems.   
 
The “Every Rotarian Every Year” (EREY) began with imagination.  If every Rotarian would contribute $100 to The Rotary Foundation (TRF) each year, imagine what we could do in some of the larger project needs. The result is that Rotarians have been doing this for over 25 years.  There is another wonderful story of how that money has grown and been used.
 
At the Rotary Club of Johnson County, we have asked our members to donate at least $50. The club will then match the first $50 dollar for dollar.  This will guarantee the $100 per member is sent to TRF.   If you desire your EREY donation to count on this year’s taxes, bring it to our next breakfast meeting on December 16.  
 
by Larry Williams 
 
 
 
Rotary Blog
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By David Higgs, president, Rotary Club of Henderson, Texas, USA When I was asked to serve as president of our local Rotary club, I knew I needed to focus on recruiting new members during my term. Our club was down … Continue reading
 
By Dominica Pradere, past president, Rotary Club of Montego Bay, Jamaica When Jamaica’s borders closed in March 2020 from the COVID-19 pandemic, I was packed and ready for a trip to Trinidad and Tobago, where I planned to connect with … Continue reading
 
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