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Brandon Rotary Golf Tournament

Jan 19, 11:30am

Buckhorn Springs Golf and Country Club

You are cordially invited to be part of the 25th annual Brandon Rotary Charity Golf Classic on Thursday, January 19, 2017 at Buckhorn Springs Golf and Country Club. Tournament will consist of Lunch a...

Brandon Rotary Golf Tournament

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Harry is a Rotarian, and a docent at Florida Holocaust Museum. This presentation took place at our club's online meeting, November 28, 2016.

The Rotary Foundation has been named the 2016 Outstanding Foundation by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP). From its first contribution of $26.50 almost a century ago, The Rotary Foundation’s assets have grown to approximately $1 billion, and more than $3 billion have been spent on projects that promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water, support education, save mothers and children, and grow local economies.

“We are honored to receive this recognition from the AFP, which gives us even more reason to celebrate during our Foundation’s centennial year,” said Rotary Foundation Trustee Chair Kalyan Banerjee. “The continued strong support of Rotary members will help us keep our promise of a polio-free world for all children, and enable the Foundation to carry out its mission of advancing world understanding, goodwill and peace.”

“While almost everyone is familiar with Rotary, not everyone may realize just how much an impact Rotary and the Rotary Foundation have had on countless people and communities across the globe,” said AFP President and CEO Jason Lee. “On behalf of the entire charitable sector and people around the world, all of us at AFP are honored to be able to recognize The Rotary Foundation as our 2016 Outstanding Foundation.”
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The Rotary Foundation has been named the 2016 Outstanding Foundation by the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP). From its first contribution of $26.50 almost a century ago, The Rotary Foundation’s assets have grown to approximately $1 billion, and more than $3 billion have been spent on projects that promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water, support education, save mothers and children, and grow local economies.

“We are honored to receive this recognition from the AFP, which gives us even more reason to celebrate during our Foundation’s centennial year,” said Rotary Foundation Trustee Chair Kalyan Banerjee. “The continued strong support of Rotary members will help us keep our promise of a polio-free world for all children, and enable the Foundation to carry out its mission of advancing world understanding, goodwill and peace.”

“While almost everyone is familiar with Rotary, not everyone may realize just how much an impact Rotary and the Rotary Foundation have had on countless people and communities across the globe,” said AFP President and CEO Jason Lee. “On behalf of the entire charitable sector and people around the world, all of us at AFP are honored to be able to recognize The Rotary Foundation as our 2016 Outstanding Foundation.”

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So much fun......................thank you 'Rotary on the Ridge'
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New Rotary on the Ridge had a great time last week celebrating the installation of 37 CHARTER members. We also had fun with installing officer and PDG George Robertson-Burnett, celebrating his Scotti...

So much fun......................thank you Rotary on the Ridge

New Rotary on the Ridge had a great time last week celebrating the installation of 37 CHARTER members. We also had fun with installing officer and PDG George Robertson-Burnett, celebrating his Scottish roots with the wearing of plaid/tartan, having our own bagpiper and of course, the Braveheart George masks we surprised him with for the "unofficial" group photo. ... See MoreSee Less

New Rotary on the Ridge had a great time last week celebrating the installation of 37 CHARTER members.  We also had fun with installing officer and PDG George Robertson-Burnett, celebrating his Scottish roots with the wearing of plaid/tartan, having our own bagpiper and of course, the Braveheart George masks we surprised him with for the unofficial group photo.

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Rotary District 6890Thanks also to District Governor Joyce Joyce Ann Gunter and DG-Elect Winnie Magnon Marvel for making our celebration even more special.

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