Rotary Club of Azusa

             Serving our Community since 1927

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Azusa

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1st and 3rd Thurs @Noon
Azusa Greens Golf Course
919 West Sierra Madre Avenue
Azusa, CA  91702
United States
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Welcome to our Club!

Azusa

Service Above Self

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Azusa Greens Golf Course
919 West Sierra Madre Avenue
Azusa, CA  91702
United States
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Thousands of Rotary members, motivated by a special invitation from Pope Francis, gathered at the Vatican in Rome on Saturday to celebrate a message of compassion, inclusiveness, and service to humanity. At midmorning, the group -- numbering some 9,000 members from 80 countries -- made its way through the congested streets of Rome, past the tight security surrounding St. Peter's Square, and settled into the area reserved for Rotary in front of St. Peter's Basilica for the Jubilee audience. Francis, a 79-year-old Argentine, urged the crowd of more than 100,000, which included members of the...
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Editor's note: After the May 2016 issue of The Rotarian went to press, we were saddened to learn of the death of Garvin Evans, who along with his son, U2 guitarist The Edge, appeared on the cover of that issue. Evans was a longtime member of the Rotary Club of Dublin North. We are grateful that we were able to share his remarkable story with our readers. *** The boys of U2 are home. It’s Friday, 27 November, two weeks after the terrorist attacks in Paris. Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr. had been in Paris that terrible evening, rehearsing at the venue where they were...
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From the May 2016 issue of The Rotarian More than a million refugees from Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan streamed into the European Union last year. Most entered via Greece after a harrowing raft trip across the Aegean Sea from Turkey. Once there, they made their way north, often on foot, traveling more than 1,000 miles through the rugged mountains of the Balkan countries toward Germany. That was the uncertain odyssey facing Muhammad Mallah Hamza, a 26-year-old ethnic Kurd, in late 2014 when he decided to leave his native Syria. The trip would lead the recent college graduate to a picturesque...
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From the May 2016 issue of The Rotarian Demographic change is a drama in slow motion. It unfolds incrementally, tick by tock, but it transforms societies in fundamental ways – and the America of the early 21st century is undergoing two such dramas at the same time. Our population is en route to becoming majority nonwhite at the same time a record share of us (like me) is going gray. Either trend by itself would be the dominant demographic story of its era. The fact that they’re unfolding simultaneously has created giant generation gaps. The United States is at a moment in its history when...
 

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Azusa Rotary has a new Thursday meeting schedule for the 2014-2015 Rotary Year. 
 
 
 

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OF THE AZUSA UNIIFIIED SCHOOL DIISTRIICT

546 South Citrus Avenue • Azusa, California

(626) 858-6154

Kathleen Miller • Public Information Office

December 20, 2012

Rotary Donation. The Azusa Rotary donated five wheelchairs to the Azusa Unified

The Azusa Rotary donated five wheelchairs to the Azusa Unified

School District. The wheelchairs are used by injured students. One of the wheel

chairs was donated to Gladstone High School. Pictured are Azusa Unified

Superintendent Linda Kaminski, Gladstone High Principal Scott Magnusson, Rotary

members Paul Gray, Frank Kearney and Carolyn Crawford along with the school’s

Interact Club members Melissa Maldonado, Danielle Collado, Jair Ortega and Madeline Hetrick.Image

 

 
 
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