The Rotary Club of Emory-Druid Hills unites leaders from all walks of life, amplifying their individual contributions to make our community and the world a better place to live and work.
|Aug 8, 2022||Stephanie A. Urchick selected to be 2024-25 Rotary International President|
|Aug 4, 2022||Recognizing a woman’s worth|
|Aug 2, 2022||RI President Jennifer Jones crosses Canada from coast to coast to coast|
|Aug 1, 2022||Rotary Projects Around the Globe August 2022|
|Jul 28, 2022||Rotary Fellowships amplify Ukrainian relief efforts|
|Jul 5, 2022||Rotary responds: support for Ukraine|
|Jul 5, 2022||Rotary members aim to root out the global scourge of human trafficking|
|Jul 5, 2022||Rotary Projects Around the Globe July 2022|
|Jul 1, 2022||2022-23 President Jennifer Jones is eager to advance Rotary’s narrative|
|Jun 29, 2022||First woman takes office as president of Rotary International|
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Stories about Rotary as told by our membership.
From July 15 th to July 25th, 2022 a mobile cancer detection bus made a visit to 11 remote villages in Gujarat, India providing free cancer detection services. These camps were locally organized by the Rotary Club of Amreli Gir, and funded by both the more]
To maintain our title as a 100% club Polio Plus Society $1000 Grant was received from shaileshfoundation.org
Since June 2020 our club has been providing freshly prepared 100 nutritious meals/month for a homeless shelter. So far 2500 meals have been provided. Club members routinely have been sponsoring these meals on various occasions like celebrating birthdays and anniversaries. Local service project Chair Thomas George has been coordinating this … [more]
"Rotary's Public Image is always on my mind "says Club president Manoj Barot and he was thrilled, didn't have a second thought when he found out that the 'Rotary' tag is available.
Most states do offer a 'Rotary' tag and for Georgia find information on this link more]
On July 29th, The Rotary Club of Emory Druid Hills joined efforts with Rotaract Atlanta Metro, SEWA International, and Future Promise Foundation in the distribution of masks, sanitizers, and school supplies.
The event was made kids-friendly by providing cotton candies. At the event, volunteers helped SEWA International to enroll … [more]
Since 1985, Rotary has invested hundreds of millions of dollars in the effort to rid the world of the polio virus.