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Rotary Club of Windsor-Walkerville
DG Liz's Official Visit
Winning the internet today, and sporting the Flip-flops of Fellowship. Well played!
— at Rotary of Windsor-Walkerville.
Rotary club of Adrian Morning
It was Happy Birthday Celebration today for our Rotary Exchange Student from Denmark!
Rotary Club of Fairlane
DG Liz's Official Visit
and recent Literacy Project
#1- Fairlane member Carolyn Robinson passing out books
#2- Vicki Perri from the Fairlane Rotary is helping children with selecting books
during the event
#3- During the event children played various literacy games… here they are shown
playing 1 fish, 2 fish, red fish, blue fish….
Rotary Club Dearborn
Fishing Derby “Catching On”
DEARBORN, Mich. (August 27, 2014) – Eighty-three children, ages 12 and under, caught 99 fish during the Fishing Derby at Dearborn Homecoming, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Dearborn. Fishing supplies were provided by Eppinger Manufacturing Co. of Dearborn for the “catch and release” event.
This was the tenth year that the Rotary Club has organized and sponsored the increasingly popular Fishing Derby in a reservoir adjacent to the Rouge River and Ford Field Park. Twelve Rotarians plus several family members assisted with the event.
Most fish caught by one child was twenty-two. Dearborn Rotarian and Fishing Derby Chair Merritt Robertson said, “It’s a fun activity for families and for our Rotarians. There are a whole lot of fish stories about the fish that got away”.
The longest fish caught this year was 12 inches, a bullhead. It was reported that the “one that got away” was significantly larger. Prizes were awarded for the longest and most fish caught in three different age groups.
Rotary Club of Essex
Take a Book – Read a Book – Return a Book.
Watch for Little Free Libraries to start appearing in our community. Essex Rotary, led by President Neil McBeth, is installing outdoor serve-yourself kiosks near the Cenotaph (between Town Hall and Essex United Church) on Talbot Street, in Sadler's Park and near the Essex Railway Station in the Silo District. Indoor stands will be placed at the two ice rinks, the Essex Community Centre and the Essex Recreation Complex.
This literacy project started in Wisconsin and has grown to over 16,000 locations around the world. If you'd like to sponsor a box, contact Rotary at email@example.com
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