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Our district has set a goal that all of our clubs declare their support of Rotary International's efforts to Wage Peace by becoming an Active Peacebuilder Club.  The requirements and application process is very simple and we encourage all clubs to join our efforts.
 
 
 

Each Peacebuilder Club will have a seat at the District Peace Committee which is chaired by Diane Chido of the Erie Club.  If you would like more  information or if you have questions please feel free to contact Diane Chido at dchido@dcanalytics.net

 

 

This Safe Water Project is to support Water & Sanitation Improvements for the community of Santa Eulalia Huehuetenango, Guatemala, Rotary District 4250.  This Global Grant, GG 1759627, in the amount of $110,838.00 is for phase 2 of this multi-year project. It is co-sponsored by the club of Estero, Florida, District 6960.

 

This phase of the project will build out pipelines connecting more communities to pumping stations and construct two more holding tanks. With this additional infrastructure in place, clean safe water will be able to be distributed to other communities that were not connected to the Phase 1 portion of this project  This phase will impact  an additional 2500 residents.       

 

Rotary International Zones 33 & 34 are partnering with Feeding America Food Banks in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida and western/central Pennsylvania in the 10 Million Meal Challenge.  The State Associations will support, encourage and facilitate enhanced partnerships between food banks and Rotary Clubs in the pursuit of a goal of raising the equivalent of 10 million meals for the region.  Clubs will "sign up" to join the challenge at www.rizones33-34.org/hunger.  Their Feeding America Food Bank will contact them to start planning together.  
  
Rotary Leadership Institute is designed to provide quality education in Rotary knowledge and leadership skills to Rotarians interested in developing their Rotary participation and to those identified by Rotary Clubs as having potential in club leadership.  The Institute is a three part program, Part I, Part II and Part III.  Each part is a full day and you can take each part as your schedule allows.  These educational opportunities will teach you skills that will benefit the members in their lives and in volunteer service.
 
For more information, please go to www.RLIMainLine.org