Directors 2016-2017
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Director
Director
Director
Director
 
Speakers
NO MEETING
Dec 23, 2016
Merry Christmas
Brad Blackburn
Dec 30, 2016
Hiking
Thales
Jan 06, 2017
Foreign exchange student
Mike Kaputa
Jan 27, 2017
Icicle River Working Group
WASRAG
Feb 10, 2017
David Brown
Garn Christensen
Feb 24, 2017
ShelterBox
Fasching Preparation
Mar 03, 2017
Heather McPherro
Mar 10, 2017
Sage Grouse on Waterville Plateau
Jenny Pratt
Mar 17, 2017
YWCA Wenatchee Housing
Hans/Kari Andersen
Mar 24, 2017
Reindeeer in Leavenworth
Club Assembly
May 05, 2017
 
GREETER SCHEDULE 2016-17


Nov25  NO MEETING
Dec 2 Todd Smith
Dec 2 David Wagner
Dec 9 Joel Walinski
Dec 16 Dennis Webb
Dec 23 NO MEETING
Dec 30 Jim Willems
2017
Jan 6 Bruce Williams
Jan 13 Mike Worden
Jan 20 Diana Zumini
Jan 27 Al Adan
Feb 3 Shawna  Alexander
Feb 10 Diane Blake
Feb 17 Mall Boyd
Feb 24 Tom Boyd
March 3 Colin Brine
March 10 Bradley Brown
March 17 Jordan  Brown
March 24 Penelope Carpenter
March 31 John Dawson
April7 William Dick
    
    
    
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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THEME FOR 2016-2017


 

 
Weekly
     
25 November 2016 | A roundup of Rotary news
Rotary Foundation Named World’s Outstanding Foundation for 2016
November 15, 2016
 
                             
The Rotary Foundation, the charitable arm of Rotary—a global network of volunteers committed to improving lives and communities around the world—has been named the 2016 Outstanding Foundation by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP).
 
From its first contribution of $26.50 almost a century ago, The Rotary Foundation’s assets have grown to approximately $1 billion, and more than $3 billion have been spent on projects that promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water, support education, save mothers and children, and grow local economies.
 
The Rotary Foundation’s top priority is the global eradication of polio. Rotary launched its PolioPlusprogram in 1985, and in 1988 became a leading partner in the Global Polio Eradication Initiative. Since then, Rotary has contributed more than $1.6 billion and countless volunteer hours to protect more than two billion children in 122 countries from this paralyzing disease. The Foundation’s advocacy efforts also have resulted in another $9 billion from world governments and foundations, increasing its impact.
 
Today, polio is on the verge of becoming only the second human disease ever to be eliminated, after smallpox, with a 99.9 percent decrease in cases since the initiative began.
 
To mark the Foundation’s centennial year, Rotary members aim to raise $300 million by July 2017. “We are honored to receive this recognition from the AFP, which give us even more reason to celebrate during our Foundation’s centennial year,” said Rotary Foundation Trustee Chair Kalyan Banerjee. “The continued strong support of Rotary members will help us keep our promise of a polio-free world for all children, and enable the Foundation to carry out its mission of advancing world understanding, goodwill and peace.  We look forward to another 100 years of Rotary members taking action to make communities better around the world.”
 
Rotary clubs have long embraced the call for peace at the grassroots level by addressing the underlying causes of conflict and violence, such as hunger, poverty, disease and illiteracy. In 2002, the Rotary Foundation took a direct approach by providing future leaders the tools to become catalysts for peace in their communities. Each year, up to 100 Rotary Peace Fellows are chosen to participate in a master’s degree or certificate program at one of Rotary’s Peace Centersin partnership with universities around the world. Today, more than 1,000 peace fellow alumni serve as leaders in national governments, nongovernmental organizations, the military, law enforcement, and international institutions such as the United Nations and World Bank.
 
“While almost everyone is familiar with Rotary, not everyone may realize just how much an impact Rotary and the Rotary Foundation have had on countless people and communities across the globe,” said AFP President and CEO Jason Lee. “On behalf of the entire charitable sector and people around the world, all of us at AFP are honored to be able to recognize The Rotary Foundation as our 2016 Outstanding Foundation.”
 
The Rotary Foundation will receive its award at AFP’s 2017 International Fundraising Conference in San Francisco, April 30 – May 2, 2017.
 
 
   
   
Thank you donors

Rotary is thankful for the hard work of dedicated donors and volunteers who make it possible for The Rotary Foundation to make a difference in communities around the world. Staff took time during the fifth annual Thank-a-Thon last week to send notes to donors and volunteers.

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ROTARY VOICES
   

Saving a little girl’s life in Ecuador

Esperanza is a Spanish word for hope. And that is what Rotary members from Alberta, Canada were able to give to the family of a little girl with a hole in her heart in Ecuador. Wayne Kauffman blogs about the connections forged through a service project that allowed Natalie to get surgery to repair her heart.

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CLUB MATTERS
   

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What would it take to change the world?


Rotary International is the world's first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide. Rotary club members are volunteers who work locally, regionally, and internationally to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate polio under the motto Service Above Self.

All Rotary clubs share a key mission: to serve their community and those in need throughout the world. By participating in club service projects, members learn about their club’s involvement in local and international
projects and can volunteer their time and talents where they are most needed.

 
 
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We meet Fridays at 11:45 AM
Kristall's Restaurant
280 Highway 2
Leavenworth, WA  98826
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