Why join the Ro­tary?

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One of the first pur­poses of the Ro­tary Clubs in Amer­ica was to fight Polio. Groups of busi­ness men (con­sider the gen­er­a­tion) came to­gether to find ways to fund re­search to find a cure for that dreaded epi­demic that was killing chil­dren all over the world. Thence, the or­ga­ni­za­tion be­came Ro­tary In­ter­na­tional. Af­ter a won­drous cure was found for polio, it be­came the goal of Ro­tary In­ter­na­tional to erad­i­cate the dis­ease world­wide. This goal has al­most been ac­com­plished ex­cept for one coun­try who won’t al­low the chil­dren to have the vac­ci­na­tions.

Now, Ro­tary In­ter­na­tional is a world­wide ser­vice or­ga­ni­za­tion com­prised of en­er­getic, en­thu­si­as­tic men and women who seek out and per­form ser­vice to their com­mu­nity. They are not just a bunch of “cronies” who only meet for lunch!

The Span­ish Fork Ro­tary Or­ga­ni­za­tion is com­prised of bankers, doc­tors, busi­ness ex­ec­u­tives, and lo­cal mer­chants who pro­mote scholarships, dis­trib­ute dic­tio­nar­ies to ev­ery third-grader in the lo­cal school district, plant a gar­den for the Vet­er­ans and even sell or­anges and have lunch to­gether. Please join them. But come pre­pared to serve our great com­mu­nity.

You can con­tact Rich Har­ris at non­rev05@gmail.com for more in­for­ma­tion.

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