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My mom was a Polio Pioneer
By Richard J. Fox, Rotary Club of Charlotte-Shelburne, Vermont, USA Since joining Rotary in 2011, I have been impressed by its commitment to eradicating polio from the world through its End Polio Now campaign. That said, polio never resonated with me as a … Continue reading
Paul Harris on kindness
“We humans are creatures of habit, and it is just as easy to acquire the habit of speaking kindly as it is to acquire the habit of speaking unkindly” — Paul Harris, 1935 When he spoke at the 1935 Rotary … Continue reading
 

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Chartered in 1985, the Rotary Club of Johnson County welcomes professional men and women who live or work in Johnson County, Kansas.  If you are interested in joining us in service to our community and our larger world, please contact our membership chairman or stop by for breakfast any Thursday morning.  Click here to contact us.

 

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By Past TRF Trustee Carolyn E. Jones, Chair of the Rotarian Action Group for Peace

It seems there are a whole bunch of Rotary members who aren’t content in merely being just members and want to make a greater impact. These members have decided to organize, specialize and focus their efforts on one specific area like water and sanitation, microcredit, or health. By the time they come up with a name, it is so long that they simply call themselves Rotarian Action Groups (RAGs). One day, I went online and stumbled across the Rotarian Action Group for Peace’s website and knew I wanted to join right away.

Peace RAG is a group of Rotarians, their family members, program participants, and alumni working together for the purpose of advancing peace throughout the world. The RAG formed in 2012 as a group focused on providing a network of resources to further the peace and conflict resolution work of Rotary members around the globe.

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