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Todays Meeting
- Happy birthday this week to Bill Vogt on 4.14!
-  We heard from 2 SOM today: Abiathat Curry from Parker, and Joanna Kramer from Craig. Learn more about these accomplished students in the meeting recording.
- Tune in next week to learn more about World Immunization week, April 24-30, and how we intend to raise funds for Polio eradication. You should have received an email from RI with many direct links on vaccinations and Polio Plus.
- Thanks to John W for emceeing our Community Grants presentations today and handling the coordination of this years event. Learn what projects our fundraising efforts funded by watching the meeting recording- it is always a joyous thing to help worthy projects! Thanks also to the committee members who helped in the selection process.
- A final reminder that the 3 District Conference at the Ostoff is happening the last weekend of the month. Now is the time to come learn more about Rotary and be inspired by everything our District is doing. Say yes!
Our District International Service Committee, working with our District 6250 Foundation, has established the Ukrainian Humanitarian Relief Fund. Already it has raised over $41,000 towards our District goal of $100,000. Today we shared a powerful presentation by Oksana Tjupa, who has partnered with our District on previous projects and she shares how her Club has been serving people in these desperate times in Kiev and the surrounding area.Learn more in the current District newsletter.
- The weekly drawing was won by Abaithar and the JP grows to $192.
John introduced the 6 organizations that we awarded a $1000 community grant to: Community Action for playground equipment for the Community Kids program which runs daily from 7 AM to 11 PM. CASA of Rock County, who will use the funds to assist the foster and guardian families taking care of children in the CPS system. CMRC, for the Playkits they give to children in our area that highlight the future Children's Museum- over 3000 have been donated to date. ECHO, for Back to School supplies for the over 1000 children they assist with seasonal needs annually. GIFTS Mens shelter- for vital bus tokens so that residents can have transportation around our city. KANDU, for replacement wheelchairs for their client workers. Hear from the agency representatives directly here:
And thank you, Noon Rotary, for your efforts to keep these important grants available year after year!
Area Makeup Opportunities
Club Name Meeting Time Meeting Date Location
Beloit 12:10PM Tuesday RotaryRiver Center, 1220 Riverside Dr
Edgerton Noon Tuesday Culvers- 571 E Richardson Springs Rd (Newville)
Whitewater Noon Tuesday 841 Brewhouse- 841 Milwaukee St, Whitewater
Jefferson Noon 1&2nd Wednesday Fort Community Credit Union, 100 North Main St
Stoughton Noon Wednesday Stoughton VFW Hall, 200 Veterans Road
Janesville Morning 6:45 AM Thursday Rotary Gardens, 1455 Palmer Drive

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