Rotary Club of Arlington (North)

International Service

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As we live in an International World today, Rotarians realize how important it is to support our world wide community.

From supporting a Lagoon Project in the Domincan Republic, to a Stove Project in Nicaragua, to supporting Rotary's initiative to wipe out Polio throughout the world, our club has always embraced the importance of supporting our brothers and sisters in other countries.

Polio Plus, was undertaken in 1985 - as a 20 year project to help wipe out Polio through the world. Rotarians worldwide jumped on the project to help eradicate Polio.

Internationally, there are many needs - from water projects to teaching self sufficiency, to supplying medical equipment to less fortunate countries. These are some of the many projects a Rotary Club undertakes.

These projects can take a lot of coordination and time to complete. Most will involve a grant through the Rotary Foundation, which must be submitted and approved, for a matching grant.

These projects can take a lot of coordination and time to complete. Most will involve a grant through the Rotary Foundation, which must be submitted and approved, for a matching grant.

Bryan Keathley is in his second year as International Service chair. He can be contacted by e-mail below: