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Hello Rotarians and friends and welcome to this month’s DG Newsletter. 

 

The Rotary year has again shown how we can adapt to our ever-changing COVID-19 world. Many Clubs are reverting to their online meeting formats, that also allow for the enhancement of our ongoing connection and welfare of our fellow Rotarians.

Over the past month, I was fortunate enough to be able to undertake my DG Club visitations in Ballarat and the Geelong area. A big thank you to those Clubs I attended for their hospitality, engagement, and enthusiasm towards embracing the challenges we face. Whilst visiting these Clubs I was amazed by the number of varied and inventive programs, projects and events that Clubs are undertaking. With the ongoing focus on the “Big R” of Rotary, it is very pleasing to observe that Clubs in both the Ballarat and the Geelong area are having discussions and collaborating on bigger events and projects that will have impactful outcomes for their Clubs and communities. All these events will help many, as we all Serve to Change Lives.  Well done to you all. 


 
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Supriya Mandal, 14, in class at PACE Universal, a school for girls in Piyali Junction, outside of Kolkata, India, that is funded in part by Rotary clubs and The Rotary Foundation. It was founded by Rotarian Deepa Biswas Willingham both to educate girls and to protect them from slavery, trafficking, and early childhood marriage in a community where these are common dangers for girls. It includes a guarded home where girls who need it can live.
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