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This month, District 6900 salutes Alpharetta Rotarian Kirk Driskell as a Person of Action. Today, we want to share the story of his personal commitment to making a difference in the fight against addiction and overdose in the community surrounding Alpharetta. [more]
Posted by Jackie Cuthbert
August 5, 2017
GRSP is a peace program, not an academic scholarship. The goal of the GRSP program is to identify talented, ambitious kids from all over the world, bring them to Georgia for a transformative year at a critical time in their lives, where they learn about other cultures and establish life long friendships with other talented and ambitious young people. Our hope is that when these young people return to their home countries they will grow to become leaders in their professions and never forget the lessons learned on Georgia’s campuses and Rotary clubs. GRSP is a bet on the leadership of the world. [more]
Posted by Alec Smythe
July 22, 2017
Traditionally in our district we have given every club the same district grant because we wanted to be fair to the clubs. But while giving a flat amount to each club may be fair to the clubs, it is not fair to all concerned. Our job is to be fair to the donors who gave the money, not the clubs. Our District’s obligation to the donors is to do … [more]
Posted by Alec Smythe
July 17, 2017
|Aug 23, 2017||Help honor Sam Owori's legacy|
|Aug 18, 2017||Eight Rotary donors changing the world|
|Aug 11, 2017||Press Release centennial fundraising|
|Aug 10, 2017||Paralympian Dennis Ogbe on eradicating polio|
|Aug 9, 2017||Rotary partners with International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness|
|Aug 9, 2017||2018-19 Rotary president selected|
|Aug 8, 2017||2019-20 Rotary president selected|
|Aug 6, 2017||Rotary clubs help wildlife|
|Aug 4, 2017||$1.3 billion pledge to end polio|
|Aug 1, 2017||It takes a community|
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