Rotary District 7450 is 50 local Clubs that believe it starts with a commitment to Service Above Self. In more than 34,000 clubs worldwide, you’ll find members volunteering in communities at home and abroad to support education and job training, provide clean water, combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, and eradicate polio.

Montreal Zone Conference

The 2018 Montreal Zone Conference will address our goals as Rotarians and the ways to make Rotary an integral part of our thinking, doing, and actions – with a goal of inspiring leadership for change and innovative solutions among all Rotarians in addressing the future of Rotary both locally and globally.

We believe in the importance of connecting the global goals and local actions by bringing together youth and senior leaders, subject matter experts, people of action, and Governors to exchange views and share knowledge and practices about transforming Rotary’s goals into concrete actions that can help in shaping and moving our  clubs and communities forward in growing Rotary.

Through specially tailored committees and panels, innovative working groups, and guest lectures you will engage with topics related to Rotary’s Goals, such as ending poverty, human rights, education, employment, environment, inequalities, sustainable cities and communities, peace and justice, among others. There’s no sitting in the back of the class for these events.  It’s interactive, and all about your engagement!

Given the motto of the conference, “People Coming Together”, this extraordinary event will not only challenge you to think out of the box, but encourage you to form friendships that will build our future leaders in Rotary.

For all the details on this inspiring conference, click here to reach the Conference website!

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Hit Polio Outta the Park! 2018

24th July 2018 was another great Rotary district 7450 night at the Phillies with over 425 Rotarians and friends attending. Over 100 of them attended the pre-game tailgate event set up in lot M with DGN Kevin Katarynik as master griller of about 250 hot dogs. Beer and water were provided by DG Paul. Ninety-seven Phillies Phan gift bags were distributed to children 18 and under at the tail gate area and at our seating sections of 242-245. You can see one Phillies Phan sporting his new Phillies baseball cap with his parents.

Between 6:30-7 p.m., and just as the rain was starting, Rotarians and friends had the opportunity to meet with Alum player and club ambassador Mickey Morandini. Mickey is an All-Star 2nd baseman who played 9 seasons with the Phillies.

For those that stayed for the game in entirety the Phillies did win! in the 16th inning, 7-4. For those interested in how we did for the End Polio Now (EPN) campaign, we raised over $10,000 with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation match, which will immunize about 17,000 children. Thank you! for your support to EPN.

Submitted by: DFC Bronwyn L. Martin

Upcoming Events

Zone 24-32 Institute
Sep 20th - Sep 22nd 2018
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Service Project- Chester Town Clock fall planting & clean-up
September 25th 2018
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Plant a Tree Day
September 29th 2018
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Community Warehouse Project
October 6th 2018
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Main Line Oktoberfest
October 6th 2018
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