The Rotary clubs of Panama Norte and Westchester (Los Angeles) have recently joined forces to bridge the digital divide in Panama. This global grant provided each school with 30 laptops for students, an interactive whiteboard, and other technologies, as well as training for local teachers. The Rotary Club of Leesburg is dedicated to helping its local seniors succeed. To do this, they offer a variety of educational opportunities and social activities, such as conferences on topics related to the health and well-being of older people, as well as group activities.
In order to receive funding from The Rotary Foundation, a club or district must contribute an amount equal to that requested from the Foundation. At least half of the funds allocated to the Foundation must come from a country other than the one in which the project will be carried out. Valerie Beaudoin, from Rotary, initiated an effort to collect donations from club members to LAWS (Loudoun Shelter for Abused Women). Additionally, Ben Collins, president of the Rotary Club of Minneapolis, Minnesota, commented that the right way to organize a Rotary club was through the principle his club had adopted: to serve, not oneself.
The 3-H Program is designed to carry out large-scale service projects that exceed the capacity of individual Rotary clubs or groups of clubs. The governor has extensive knowledge of Rotary's current programs, purposes, policies, and goals, and is a well-known person in his profession, community, and Rotary club. Rotarians around the world pay special attention to the many programs sponsored by Rotary for children and young people. Seventeen members of his Leesburg Rotary Club family joined Marshall's family and other friends to celebrate his life at Purcellville Baptist Church on Sunday.
Phil Rusciolelli led VFW members to greet and honor their fellow veterans. District Foundation President Chuck Davidson and Sandy Duckworth joined the club for an evening of education and celebration about The Rotary Foundation's many accomplishments around the world. These include fighting polio, providing clean water, and supporting District initiatives. Kent Knowles introduced members of the Rotary Club of Leesburg to falconry and two wonderful feathered friends. Throughout the month, clubs organized programs and activities that promoted reading and using THE ROTARIAN magazine and Rotary's official regional magazines. The Rotary Club of Leesburg offers special discounts and offers for its members and their families. These include discounts on educational opportunities such as conferences on topics related to health and well-being for seniors.
Additionally, members can take advantage of group activities such as falconry or reading THE ROTARIAN magazine. Furthermore, members can benefit from donations made by the club to LAWS (Loudoun Shelter for Abused Women).