Let this city put a spell on you.
How can we better share our efforts of compassion? Although a search of the internet did not find this effort by the Rotary Club of Coral Springs-Parkland for my April 12, 2018 post Rotary and the Tale of Two Tragedies,… Continue Reading →
Shopping malls in Toronto are places we all love to hate but still find ourselves time after time when we’re hunting for an outfit, grabbing a bite to eat, or looking for an escape from bad weather. Here are… Continue Reading →
Editor’s note: based on an article by Randi Druzin at Rotary International. I have added more information. After you land at Pearson International Airport for the 2018 Rotary International Convention in Toronto, from 23 to 27 June, there are many… Continue Reading →
On March 22, 2018, Brenda Banbury the PolioPlus fundraiser for District 5550 gave the Clubs a challenge. Brenda wrote: “Millions of dollars are still required to wage war against polio. And this is where you and your clubs can help. … Continue Reading →
Just before Easter, a non-Rotarian after reading one of my posts and Ken Jaskot’s comments, asked the question,”Can a Rotarian be excommunicated?” Although the question is expressed in religious terms, I did wonder if a Rotarian can be expelled or… Continue Reading →
The start of America’s rebirth didn’t begin with the election of Donald Trump regardless of his slogan “Make America Great Again.” As so often happens, it began with a tragedy, the massacre of 17 students and teachers on Valentine’s Day… Continue Reading →