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Incoming District Governor Bill Smith has announced his Governor Visits to the clubs. Find out when he will be visiting your club: DG Smith Club Visit Schedule
DISTRICT 6360 GRANT DEADLINE is approaching. For a quick link to the grant application, simply click here: D6360 Foundation Grant Application
$2,332 dollars were raised toward the End Polio Now campaign at the District Conference. With the Gates Foundation match, that means we raised enough money to vaccinate over 11.000 children!
Rotary Student Program participant Amber Thomas will be featured in Rotary International magazine, Rotary International website and in Rotary International social media and will be given a Certificate of Recognition by City of Benton Harbor Mayor Marcus Muhammad, during the City Hall meeting on May 16th at 7:00 p.m. at Benton Harbor City Hall. To find out more about the Rotary Student Program, go to http://www.rotarystudentprogram.org.
Kalamazoo has continued to work beside Habitat for Humanity, and their next workday is Saturday, June 11th. Volunteers will meet at the Habitat Warehouse (1718 Fulford, Kalamazoo) at 8:15 a.m. for instructions and location of worksite.
The Rotary Leadership Institute held a session in Shipshewana, IN on Saturday May 14th. To register for one of the next sessions, go to: www.rligreatlakes.org.
The JACKSON Club has been busy. They have just released their vaccination billboard campaign. The billboard is clean, colorful and informative.
They are also getting ready to have a great time at their CRAWFEST. You are invited!