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Kiwanis Lions Optimist Rotary join for week of service to Celebrate Community

Kiwanis, Lions, Optimist, Rotary, join for week of service to Celebrate CommunityEVANSTON, ILL.: October 7, 2021 – Celebrate Community, a joint initiative of the four major volunteer service organizations, will launch

The Best Chance to Eradicate Polio is Now

World Health Organization’s polio chief, Aidan O’Leary explains why now is our best chance to eradicate polio.

Join us for Rotary’s World Polio Day Online Global Update

Join us for Rotary’s World Polio Day Online Global Update Rotary International14-October-2019  Mark your calendar to join us on 24 October 2019, for Rotary’s World Polio Day

RI President-elect Jennifer Jones announces Rotary’s $97 million pledge for sustainable projects during Global Citizen Live

The star-studded global event rallied people to take action on some of the world’s most urgent problems.

BTS’ Jimin donates 100 million Korean won to eradicate polio

BTS’ Jimin donates 100 million Korean won to eradicate polioSEOUL, South Korea: Sept. 23, 2021 – Jimin, a member of K-pop boy band BTS, is supporting the eradication of polio, a devastating vaccine-preventable disease

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1029 Dazé Street
Ottawa, ON K1V 2G3
Canada
Mainly online meetings with monthly in-person meetings at KS on the Keys. We wish to acknowledge that we meet on the traditional territory of the Algonquin Anishnaabeg people.
Home Page Stories
For many years, Rotary Club Ottawa South (RCOS) has participated in the City of Ottawa's Cleaning Up the Capital initiative. Due to COVID, it was rather delayed this year, but several members hit the streets around the Ottawa Rotary Home this past Saturday. Guess what we found...
The purpose of the Ugandan Girls’ Education Project project is to enable 20 girls in a rural community in Uganda (near Mbarara) to continue their education by providing accommodation, food and schooling at Birere Secondary School.  This project emphasizes TRF’s goal of Basic Education and Literacy.  Secondary emphasis on Water and Sanitation, Disease Prevention and Treatment, and Peace and Conflict Resolution.
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