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Create a community of Red, White and Blue by showing your patriotic pride and join others on your street to honor America.
Orders for 2015: place your order before February 1 and pay $ 35 for the year. Orders placed after February 1 will be $ 40 for the year! Note, flag leases are available in Buckeye, Highland and Medina City School Districts only.
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The Medina Rotary Club’s “Service Above Self” Scholarship recognizes students based on local and global community service involvement, achievements, and life circumstances. Given in memory of local Rotarians who dedicated their lives to the ideal of service Don Tubbs, Chick York, Harold Freidt, and Jim McClintock, four (4) Medina Rotary “Service Above Self” Scholarships will be awarded to graduating seniors graduating seniors in the amount of $1,250 each. Recipients will be invited to The Medina Rotary Club for the presentation of the awarded funds.
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Miles to end polio: $6 million crosses the finish line for polio eradication
Rotary General Secretary John Hewko and six RI staff members bicycled 104 miles in Tucson Arizona, USA, on Saturday, for the Miles to End Polio event, raising more than $6 million for polio eradication. The money raised by Rotary will receive a two-to-one match from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. In addition to the team from Evanston, 100 Rotary member riders took part in the ride. The fundraising ride is part of the annual El Tour de Tucson bike event in Tucson, Arizona, USA. The race attracts more than 9,000 cyclists a year, making it one of the top cycling events in the U.S. The...
Rotary Day at the United Nations highlights the strength of partnerships
To strengthen their 69-year-old partnership, leaders from Rotary and the United Nations met this month in New York City for Rotary Day at the United Nations. The two organizations began working together with the aim of maintaining peace after World War II. Today, the relationship has evolved to include humanitarian work in areas like gender equality, child and maternal health, and disease treatment and prevention. While the UN's Millennium Development Goals are set to expire in 2015, its leaders are preparing for an even more ambitious humanitarian agenda of eradicating extreme poverty by...