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Glenwood Springs

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Fridays at 12:00 PM
Glenwood Springs Elks Lodge
51939 Highway 6 & 24
Glenwood Springs, CO
United States of America
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Glenwood Springs Rotary in Partnership on the Navajo Nation
Supporting the Development of the Chinle Planting Hope Community Center
 
 
When: June 9 and 10, 2023
Where: Chinle, Arizona
What: Provide help with open house event, including set up and clean up
How many Rotarians needed: 15-20 or more!
 
More info – Provide your own transportation, lodging and meals. The plan is to have everyone who is a worker wear a t-shirt.  Rotary will have our own Rotary/Chinle Planting Hope T-shirt.  Each Rotarian is asked to help with costs by contributing $50 when signing up to cover cost of t-shirt, water bottle and a Friday evening taco dinner.  Payable to Glenwood Springs Rotary, PO Box 953, Glenwood Springs, CO 81602.
 
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Project contacts with Glenwood Springs Rotary:
Debbie Wilde, debbiewilde@debbiewilde.com; 970-618-0949
Nancy Bo Flood, wflood@hotmail.com; 970-456-7746
 
 
www.Chinleplantinghope.com                  www.gsrotary.org   
The E-waste event was a lot of fun - and surprisingly we almost filled the truck!

We took in:
$950.00 cash
$280.00 checks
$ xx       credit card?

A little disappointing, compared to last year.

So we will have to see how bottomline comes out when we get the final invoice from Blue Star.
World Polio Day was this week. This day commemorated global efforts toward a polio-free future, as well as the selfless sacrifices of those working on the frontline of the battle to eradicate polio from every corner of the world. Polio is contagious due to the ease with which the poliovirus spreads. Although the virus is now exceedingly rare because of modern interventions, it can impair the brain regions that govern respiration, resulting in death. Polio, which has no recognized therapy, can only be avoided through vaccination.
Our mailing address is:
 
Rotary Club of Glenwood Springs
P.O. Box 953
Glenwood Springs,  CO 81602