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On October 10, 2022 is World Mental Health Day. We would like to start a mental health awareness campaign leading up to World Mental Health Day. Maybe by bringing up awareness, we can then bring down the tragic deaths of despair that keep spiraling higher.
On November 4 and 5 the Rotary Club of Clarkston will again be seen on the streets and stores of Clarkston “selling” their Clarkston Rotary
newspaper, which describes the activities of their club over the past year.
On Saturday, D6380 hosted the One Rotary Summit which was well attended by Rotarians across many, many clubs. District Trainer (DT) and PDG Karen Gabrys moderated a panel discussions which included District Foundation Chair (DRFC) Ashish Sarkar, District Membership Chair (DMC) Roma Murthy and District Public Image Chair (DPIC) Kat Dooley.
The iconic Monarch butterfly is now classified as ENDANGERED by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. In the last 20 years, the North American monarch butterfly population has plummeted by an alarming 90%. These tiny, delicate creatures could soon disappear off the face of the Earth if we don’t act quickly to protect them.
 
The iconic Monarch butterfly is now classified as ENDANGERED by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. In the last 20 years, the North American monarch butterfly population has plummeted by an alarming 90%. These tiny, delicate creatures could soon disappear off the face of the Earth if we don’t act quickly to protect them.
Heartiest and Happiest New Rotary Year to all our Rotary Family and “Team - Imagine Rotary” as we begin our “Effectiveness to Greatness” journey. We will “Imagine Rotary In Our Joy of Service and Giving” throughout 2022-23. 
 
Each of our Club Presidents, Assistant Governors, District Chairs and their teams are excited to lead our Rotarians and bring all families together in our quest to serve our communities. 
 
All our events will be family centric and involve having lots and lots of fun while enjoying fellowship and working together.
 
Please watch this 3 minute video on our onward journey together. 
 
 
Let the fun and service begin! 👏😎🙏👍

 
Eighteen million people around the world who would have died or been paralyzed are alive and walking because of the polio eradication campaign. Health workers and volunteers supported by PolioPlus grants have built an infrastructure for delivering health care and collecting data that, in many parts of the world, didn’t exist before. It’s already being used to improve overall health care and to fight other diseases, proving that the legacy of PolioPlus is more than eradicating a deadly disease from the planet — it’s also building a stronger health system that provides better access to lifesaving interventions for the world’s most vulnerable children.
 
Optimistic. Dedicated. Persistent. These words describe Rotarians around the world who, through PolioPlus, have committed themselves to the fight against polio. You can honor their hard work and share their stories by nominating them for a PolioPlus Service award.
How To Submit a Story?
The process of submitting a story to the Rotary District 6380 website.
 
Steps to submit a story for the District website!
  1. Fill out our google form by clicking here: Submit a Story
  2. You will be prompted to send photos after submission.
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