International'S ARCHIVE

  • One of the amazing things about Rotary is the ability to connect with people all over the world in the name of service.  We have been fortunate enough to partner with the Rotary Club of Onitcha Gateway in Nigeria.  Together our clubs have been able to provide water wells to several villages in need in […]

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  • A few of our members took time to visit the District 5330 Service Project in the tiny village of Kumiai.  We took some solar lights to help improve the living conditions of the families of the village.  We were able to help four different families by providing them light.  Other members of District 5330 brought […]

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  • Our own Luke Pytlik, former Marine and current tattoo artist, was featured in the January 2014 issue of The Rotarian Magazine. The article details his initial exposure to Rotary as well as his immediate involvement in international projects. Luke has been instrumental in our efforts to rebuild an elementary school in Nicaragua; traveling to the […]

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  • The severely malnourished children of countries like Malawi cannot be treated with just any food to help them recover. Project Peanut Butter produces a Ready to Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) which, when fed to the children over a six week period, leads to a 95% recovery rate. The foods are produced in the areas they are needed, not only […]

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  • A group of New Gens spent a week this past December in Nicaragua helping out Waves of Hope. The New Gens helped Waves of Hope raise money to rehabilitate an elementary school.  The New Gens wanted to do more so they decided to go down and actually help the rehabilitation project. To find out more […]

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  • New Gens will be heading to Nicaragua to help Waves of Hope rehab Manzanillo school.  Manzanillo is host to 105 regular students as well as 205 high school and young adults who attend on Sundays. Waves of Hope brings travellers, surfers and the local community together in a unique way. We began our dream in […]

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