Rotary’s Council on Legislation adopted two measures that are critical for our organization: clubs now have greater flexibility in when, where, and how they meet and the types of membership they offer. Rotary International General Secretary John Hewko blogs about the impact of these changes and how some clubs are already taking advantage of this new flexibility.
- All volunteers wanting to join us this weekend please let me know and call the onsite coordinator above and tell him how many are coming with your group and that you are also with Disaster Aid USA and Rotary if you are a Rotarian.
- We also have another list of people and homes that need help and will be making the rounds as much as time allows.
- Supplies and funds will be needed..if you can please goto www.Disasteraidusa.com and help us help our community.
- Money raised for Louisiana floods will only be used for Louisiana floods
Wayne R. Beaumier
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"The Dominik Project"
La Posada Providencia's new pavilion building is used just about every day.
The small, yellow structure is poised on the front of the property in San Benito, Texas, and there, women and children who have traveled hundreds of miles fleeing countries that have not been kind to them, gather to eat, talk and take classes, among other activities. Sister Zita Telkamp, the shelter's program director is