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PDG Bob Hagan has been recognized with Rotary International's highest honor for an individual Rotarian, the ROTARY SERVICE ABOVE SELF AWARD - for his enthusiastic support and hard work on behalf of Rotary's End Polio Now initiative, as well as his tireless efforts to support all things Rotary. The award is an internationally competitive award granted to a maximum of 150 Rotarians per year who are examples of Service Above Self. Congratulations Bob!
Former District Governor Fran Milberg formally installed John Brown as the club's new president and the new members of the Board for the 2020-21 Rotary year. President John spoke to the club about his plans for the new year, emphasizing these two points.
First, our club's focus will be local. Throughout … [more]
The novel coronavirus pandemic has left corporate kitchens dormant or grossly underutilized, while growing unemployment is driving the city’s food insecurity numbers to unprecedented levels. Feeding America and The Atlanta Community Food Bank estimate that 16% of people in the 29-county service area of the Food Bank will be food insecure this summer. And, with school out for the summer, 26% of children, 1 in 4, could go hungry. To address this staggering divide, The Atlanta Community Food Bank and Second Helpings Atlanta have joined forces to launch the Atlanta Community Kitchen Project. This first-ever public/private partnership in the region connects hunger relief agencies with commercial kitchens with a goal to provide five hundred thousand meals to Atlanta families in need this summer. And this unprecedented initiative is being funded in large part by the city’s top corporate leaders who comprise the Atlanta Rotary Club.
|Jul 14, 2020||Better together|
|Jul 7, 2020||3D printers to the rescue|
|Jul 6, 2020||The Rotarian Conversation: Marc Freedman|
|Jul 2, 2020||Rotary’s first virtual convention inspires members to innovate and stay connected|
|Jul 2, 2020||Young at heart|
|Jul 2, 2020||Supporting the environment becomes a new area of focus|
|Jun 26, 2020||Watch: Italian clubs aim to protect hospital workers responding to COVID-19|
|Jun 26, 2020||Kenyan Rotarians take action to prevent spread of COVID-19 |
|Jun 26, 2020||Italian club uses expertise to aid in coronavirus fight|
|Jun 25, 2020||Clem Renouf, the RI president who inspired Rotary’s polio eradication efforts, dies|
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