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                                                Archived Stories - District 7230

There has been much devastation and agony from the April 25 earthquake in Nepal and the following quakes. As aid and rescue missions continue, please read this letter from RI President Gary C.K. Huang about what we as Rotarians can do to help.
PDG George Camp of RC Ossining has renewed his membership as an advisor for the Rotary Foundation Cadre of Technical Advisors. Find out more about the Cadre's beneficial activities and how you too can join George by clicking here.

Australian school teacher Cathy Booth extends an invitation to your Rotary Club to join her in building a self-sustainable children’s village in Kenya. Your club’s support will help children and communities to break the cycle of poverty. Together we can achieve the extraordinary.
                                                       Archived Stories - District 7230 Clubs

Somers, NY, July 21, 2015 - The Rotary Club of Northeast Westchester recently donated $1,800 to benefit ShelterBox, a humanitarian relief charity that assists survivors of disaster and humanitarian crises around the globe.

“The members of more than 33,000 Rotary Clubs around the world place value in service above self,” said Stan Herz Pearlman, President of the Rotary Club of Northeast Westchester. “We have a commitment to helping others in need.”
The Northeast Westchester Rotary (NEW Rotary) presented $1,000 scholarships to three local talented high school graduates in recognition of service to their communities.
Doris Benson has received an award from her Club, RC Bronxville, for her and Bob Benson's Project in Zambia. Exchanging bee keeping as a way to live in lieu of big game poaching. (The glass object is a honey jar.)
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The Rotary Club of Briarcliff Manor has launched a fresh health initiative to to raise health awareness and encourage self-sufficiency: cultivating a “Health Garden“ to grow organic fresh vegetables. The project, launched at The Atria on Saturday, May 16, 2015 at 2 p.m., involved the cooperative effort of three generations of Briarcliff residents through Rotary, Interact, and ElderAct.
From Mumbai to Pennsylvania, Bangalore to Turkey, Kris Chittur has traveled the world for one reason – to help every person that crosses his path. A dynamic Rotarian with initiative and drive, he has initiated and organized countless community service and international understanding projects. He founded the Elderact Club of Briarcliff Manor NY, assisting seniors to be contributing members of the Rotary, even if their health doesn’t allow them to be present. Then he started the Preventative Health & Consumer Awareness Series, a monthly presentation on health related issues, which is open to the public with free admission.
Rotary.org has advised us that the Online Grant Application Tool is getting a new look and enhanced functionality. These changes will be available beginning Mar 9. This will be of interest to District Rotary Foundation Committee Chairs, District Grants Subcommittee Chairs, and primary contacts for grants in progress.
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How much does it cost to be a member of your club? You can probably answer that question. What do your membership dues cover? That may not be as clear. Many Rotarians know that a portion of their dues funds club & district expenses, as well as RI operations worldwide. Few know exactly how that all breaks down. Dues are very important, as they're the single biggest source of revenue providing the services you enjoy as a Rotarian. RI answers some frequently asked questions about where your money goes. Click the Image to read about it.


Become an innovative and flexible Rotary Club - fun, dynamic, diverse, resilient, tolerant, interested in trying new things, proactive, member driven, results oriented, resourceful, inspirational, and relationship rich. Find out about RI's Pilot Clubs Program.

Make sure you've got correct information about your Club's Federal Tax Status and the steps you need to take to establish and maintain it.

Details and forms needed are outlined in
Rotary and the IRS.

The original status determination is detailed in
US Treasury Determination Letter.

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