Rotarian devised a simple, four-part ethical guideline that helped him rescue a beleaguered business. The statement and the principles it embodied also helped many others find their own ethical compass.
Posted by John May on Aug 10, I want to thank all of you who organized and participated in our Pints for Polio events. There were 27 events held throughout the District and many clubs partnered together. This provided an opportunity to socialize with other Rotarians, introduce community members to Rotary and to raise money for polio eradication.
I had the pleasure to attend several of the events and enjoyed the fellowship and fun!
When the results are in, I will let you know how much we raised for polio eradication. November is Rotary Foundation month. It is supported by the Rotary family and supports the work that we do.
The Foundation continues to be the engine that drives Rotary, allowing clubs and districts to aspire to do larger, more ambitious projects with transformative and sustainable impact. YOU are making a difference in your community and around the world.
This was an increase of 4 from last year. In some of the District Grants, multiple clubs came together to fund a community-based project. Examples of the grants are: Repairing equipment at a scout camp.
Providing new and used farm equipment at the Wittel Farm. Which is dedicated to growing fresh vegetables to help feed the hungry.
Equipment for schools and parks. Recently we had two vocational training teams that went to Malawai to provide treatment and train health care workers. Several Rotarians from our District joined Rotarians from other countries on these trips.
Currently we are supporting a global grant in the Philippines which provides cardiac surgery for children born with congenital heart defects. As I've made my visits to clubs in the District, I have been pleased to hear that several clubs are in the process of developing global grant proposals for the first time.
Have you made your donation to the Rotary Foundation yet? If not, I am asking you to consider making a donation during Rotary Foundation Month. Rotary makes it easy for you to make your donation in a way that fits your financial needs. You can make a one-time donation or a recurring donation on your credit card.
To do this, go to https: Is it FAIR to all concerned?ST. JOSEPH — Berrien Regional Education Service Agency (RESA) in partnership with the St. Joseph/Benton Harbor Rotary Club recently hosted the Rotary Essay Contest Awards Luncheon.
The short-term goal is to have every Club sponsor a Four-Way Test Essay Contest in the eighth grade of every Public and Private School in their geographical area.
If every eighth grader in our District prepared a Four-Way Test essay, soon every High School student in our District would know about Rotary. - Students Enrichment programme Subject: Mathematics Date: Grade: 4 Resource person: Mrs.
Shubha Patankar Highlights: Ms. Patankar showed easier ways of solving multiplication sums of 2-digits with 11 and 99, 3-digits with and Mission Statement: Students are the focus of the Rose Tree Media School District learning community.
Our educational program is based on world class standards through which all students reach their intellectual, emotional, social and physical potential.
JCHS Thanksgiving Break November 14, Nov. View Form. read more. JCHS Football bowl game Nov.
14 November 12, JCHS to play Sebastian River . For 35 years, the St. Joseph-Benton Harbor Rotary Club has sponsored an Essay Contest.
The contest was originally only offered to students within the nominal geographic areas of the St. Joe-Benton Harbor Rotary Club.