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Rotary is on the verge of eradicating polio from the face of the earth. Rotary started the campaign to eradicate polio in 1986, 32 years after Dr. Jonas Salk invented the vaccination. Other organizations said it could not be done, but Rotary pressed on and the incidences of polio have declined every singe year in the world since and partners in our efforts added.

Today, the planet is 99% free of polio and Rotary as the poster proclaims above, well, "We are just this close!"

Our partners in these efforts include the World Health Organization, unicef, and the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

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Letter from School Teacher on Club's Dictionary Project

Thank You Letter from Third Graders

Terri Sawyer Report on Delivery of Dictionaries:

I wanted to give an update about the service project and dictionary project we did for Hays-Porter Elementary School in Cincinnati, OH.

Librarian Evelyn Whittaker reported that her students are so excited to receive their dictionaries. This will be the first book most of them own. The students have already talked about sending thank you notes! During the book project in Cincinnati, along with the 55 dictionaries, this school received 31 new books including Unselfish! The librarians were thrilled because some of them only receive budgets of $175 for the entire school year. Due to the success of the fundraiser there in Cincinnati, all of the libraries received over $2000 to buy new books. Some of the libraries hadn't been able to purchase books since 1997.

Club's 1st Fundraiser

The club has made the decission to sell the book Unselfish by Paul Parkinson

99 inspiring stories of people putting others before themselves. Everyone is trying to get noticed. Selfies are taking over the internet. We live in a world where success and achievement seem to be determined by how many “likes” or “followers” one has on social media. Selfish behavior seems to be at an all–time high. But there are people who do Unselfish things everyday. Acts of kindness that no one notices. Extraordinary sacrifices that don't always go viral. This book celebrates just a few of the unsung stories of regular people and celebrities alike going against the grain and helping their fellow man. Unselfish will reignite your faith in humanity and may just inspire you to "love thy neighbor as thy selfie"

Contact Larry Chatterton for books.

To learn more about the book, Unselfish by Paul Parkinson view the Youtube video below.


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