February is Peace and Conflict Prevention and Resolution month in Rotary.
 
In this months video newsletter:
  • Foundation Grants
  • Rotary Conferences
  • Conrad Grebel University College’s Peace and Conflict Studies program at the University of Waterloo
  • New Rotary Peace Centre at the University of Waterloo
  • Brampton Flower City partnered with Advocates for Etobicoke Youth and Toronto Police Services 33 Division to help feed approximately 700 children
  • Rotary Palgrave has partnered with the Town of Caledon to fund and retrofit the Westview Park
  • Aldo Villanovich of Rotary Bolton, announces that the container of school supplies to the first of 100 schools in Guatemala to get the supplies is being distributed
  • Youth Exchange students for 2018/19
  • Camp Wanakita in Haliburton
  • A group of District Rotarians, led by Rotarian Hubert Singh will go to Caborca, Mexico to immunize young children against polio.
  • Hajra Wilson, Rotary Cambridge North, led a Rotary International Polio Immunization trip to Pakistan
  • PETS 1 will be held on February 10th at the Sunbridge Hotel and Convention Centre in Cambridge
  • The District Manual of Policies and Procedures update led by Past District Governor, John Stairs, is in the final stage of completion
  • The new District Strategic Plan is almost complete and will be available soon.
  • District 7080 major donors.