AT OUR CLUB January 29, 2019

On this exceptionally frigid day, Karl D. Everett, PE,PG: geologist and professional engineer, drove to Thunder Bay to address Rotary clubs on the splendid work done by Duluth and Thunder Bay Rotary clubs in many international projects in Bolivia.
Karl belongs to the Duluth Harbortown Club. His presentation on Rotary/ Mano A Mano projects 2018 listed numerous successful projects in medical clinic and school buildings, road building and water projects in this landlocked country, one of the poorest in the Americas high up in the mountains (600 peaks above 16,000 ft!).
The Mano A Mano Bolivia projects have resulted in many positive international medical supply distributions in Bolivia for 25 years.
Notable Rotarians in addition to Karl (lead in the Jatun Mayu medical clinic (very professionally done indeed), include Fort William Rotarian Jill Zachary (lead for the Guitarrani school build).

Today's Power Point and video was impressive indeed - showing us where our ROTARY FOUNDATION DOLLARS  go! 

Karl was introduced by President Warren Philp and thanked by Past President and District Governor Roly Turner. They are pictured with Mr. Everett.

His work is an inspiration for Rotarians, especially those contemplating international service.