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This week, Friday September 30th , our Rotary meeting will be at Racine Country Club at 7:00 AM. Greeter is Aaron Spitzner, Fine is Angela Zimmerman and Thought is Ali Haigh. Our speaker is Amy Wolfe from Safe Families for Children;








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Rotary District 6270 is pleased to announce the availability of a Global Grant Scholarship for matriculation in the fall of 2023 or spring of 2024.
The amount of the scholarship is USD $30,000 and must be used for graduate school studies outside the United States. NOTE: Applicant cannot be a Rotarian or be related to a Rotarian but can be a member of Rotaract.  To be eligible, applicant must be a resident in the geographical area of District 6270, be a student at a college/university in the geographical area of District 6270 or have strong ties to Southeast Wisconsin (see District 6270 map).  Experience (professional or volunteer) in the field of study is required. All fellowship/scholarship/stipend funding opportunities must relate to one of Rotary’s Seven Areas of Focus.
Deadlines are as follow:
September 1, 2022 – Application form available
January 13, 2023 – Complete Application Deadline (submit online only)
February 4, 2023 - In-Person or Zoom Interviews scheduled. An in-person interview is preferred.
February 13, 2023 – Successful Scholar Notified (for matriculation in 2023-2024 academic year.)
Visit the “Scholarships” page on the District 6270 website for detailed information, the application form, and other supporting documents. Address any inquiries to Larry Myers, Chair of the D-6270 Scholarships Subcommittee (Email: OR

Yours in Rotary Service,
Dana Kohlmeyer
Rotary D6270 Administrative Assistant
Cell: 1.920.428.3189 

Distribution List: All Rotarians and Rotaractors  


Tourism trivia

On World Tourism Day, the Newsletter is giving you an excerpt from a recent Google Review of a famous tourist destination. You have to name it.

  1. “Indescribable the setting and the architecture as well as the love story here.”
  2. “It was bustling, busy, full of people, and I must have heard no less than 10 different languages being spoken within a three block radius.”
  3. “Highly recommended taking the 4 day trek to see this. It was the hardest thing I’ve ever done but the most rewarding thing too.”
  4. “What a magnificent place to visit. Don’t go inside if you are afraid of closed places! Be careful to make a good deal with camel owners for 1 hour ride not just photos!”
  5. “Windy but beautiful! Be prepared to get a foggy day. Drive up along the side for great pictures. The trail is heavy with traffic.”


1. The Taj Mahal. The love story referred to is that it was built by a Mughal emperor to memorialize his wife, who died during childbirth.

2. Times Square in NYC

3. Machu Picchu

4. The Great Pyramid of Giza

5. The Golden Gate Bridge