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Posted by George Camp on Aug 08, 2011

 Marybeth Gallagher at the school she is running with local Rotarins from the RC of Winhoek Aust .  Here is a video of Marybeth singing with the school children "Feeling Groovy"

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Posted by George Camp

his past weekend there was a Rotary "branding" seminar in Naples, FL.
Posted by Bob Nolan

Panamanian Girl Gets Gifts of a Lifetime

(04/16/10) OSSINING - A 6-year-oldgirl from Panama is expected to return home in about a month afterreceiving some very special gifts from the Rotary Club of Ossining.
Posted by George Camp

Rotary international provides a convenient form for proposing a new member. Click here for a printable copy.
Posted by George Camp

On a sunny afternoon in September 1979, Rotarians and delegates of the Philippine Ministry of Health looked on as volunteers administered drops of the lifesaving Sabin polio vaccine to about 100 children in the Manila barrio of Guadalupe Viejo.

Posted by George Camp on Aug 09, 2011

21 Places to Find New Members for Your Club

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Nov 10, 2009
by George Camp
Charity Navigator an independent organization has rated The Rotary Foundation as one of the ten best charities in the USA.
Mar 27, 2012
by George Camp
780 million people do not have access tosafe water and at current trends only an additional 170 million (slightly morethan the population of Nigeria alone) will have access to an improved watersource by 2015. A whooping  605 million will therefore not have safe waterby 2015 and most of these will be in Sub Sahara Africa where only 19 out of 50countries are on track to achieving this target.  cStill 780 million people do not have access to safe water and at current trends only an additional 170 million (slightly more than the population of Nigeria alone) will have access to an improved water source by 2015. A whooping  605 million will therefore not have safe water by 2015 and most of these will be in Sub Sahara Africa where only 19 out of 50 countries are on track to achieving this target.  omprehensive response to the problem of dirty water, bad sanitation and poor hygiene is needed to halt the needless death of more than 2 million people who die every year due to diarrhoeal diseases--most of theA comprehensive response to the problem of dirty water, bad sanitation and poor hygiene is needed to halt the needless death of more than 2 million people who die every year due to diarrhoeal diseases--most of these are children. Dealing with water and sanitation does not only stop the needless deaths, it also improves prospects for education, health and research has shown it was an 8% return on investments.
se are children. Dealing with water and sanitation does not only stop the needless deaths, it also improves prospects for education, health and research has shown it was an 8% return on investments.
 tOn 6 March 2012, the World Health Organisation and UNICEF released a report that declared the MDG target for water had been achieved. This was good news especially given that the Water target together with its twin target for sanitation were only firmly agreed in 2002. In real terms this meant that over 6.1 billion people now have access to sources of water that are deemed improved and by implication safe. Celebrations of the World Water Day which is March 22 will therefore carry a deep sense of achievement among those concerned with this target.


Nov 10, 2013
by George Camp

The Rotary Club of Ossining Support Literacy

Rotarians from the RC of Ossining under the leadership of Pres. George Weeks distributed both dictionaries and thesauri to students in 3 schools in Ossining. At the Roosevelt School, third graders received dictionaries with some Bilingual classes receiving both English and Spanish Versions.  At the Claremont School, fifth grade students received Thesauri and at the St. Augustine Parochial School third grade students received dictionaries. The Rotarians an additional trip to St. Augustine's to distribute Thesauri to the fifth grade students.  

Rotarians assisting Pres. George Weeks included PP Joan Beldotti, PP Bob Hooley, PP Bob Nolan, School Board Pres. Bill Kress, Rtn. Matt Gulotta and Past District Governor George Camp.

Financial support for this program was provided generously by the Mahopac National Bank and Anthony and Joan Beldotti of Anthony P. Beldotti Management Corp.

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