N.E.W. eClub District 6270

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North East Wisconsin eClub is hybrid Rotary Club our Re-Launch schedule starting in January 2017 meets the busy schedule of many, balancing family, work and social commitments. All meeting dates and how to attend live or via the web will be in the Calendar.  Please click on Calendar in the menu bar above. The First Thursday at 5:30 p.m. will be a Live Streaming Speaker, a link for live participation is in the Calendar on our webpage or in our FB Page events.The Live Streaming Meeting will be recorded to allow you participate when you can OR can be used as a make up meeting for any Rotarian. The Second Thursday is a Facebook Discussion Group as a Club Business meeting, the Discussion Group is open all week 24 hours a day allowing maximum flexibility to participate. The Third Thursday will be a Face-to-Face meeting at Beckets. This is a time for fellowship and networking for Club members as well as a great way to do a make up meeting for any Rotarian. The Fourth Thursday will be another Facebook Discussion Group open to the public, see details in our Calendar section above along with a link to the Discussion Group. Topics will be related to Rotary, our community or our service projects. When there is a Fifth Thursday we do a quick, hands-on service project. This schedule is a perfect fit for busy individuals that still want to make a difference in our community. Follow us here or on Twitter OR Facebook for updates and news.

Becket's is located at:

2 Jackson Street

Oshkosh, WI 54901 USA.

 
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Yesterday our Club along with the other Rotary Clubs of Oshkosh Wisconsin participated in a Water Walk to highlight the problem of the lack of clean portable water for many people around the world. This is part of The Rollin with Rotary campaign to highlight the many efforts Rotarians do everyday to do #ServiceAboveSelf and to show that #wearepeopleofaction

Yesterday was the Fifth Thursday in the Month, the eClub always does a mini-service project when there is a Fifth Thursday, for March 30 we made and served a Taco Bar meal at the Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services Center. This is the crew that helped plus a big shout out to Dick & Pam Ames that helped out with last minute chicken.
The following five minute video is from the Parkersburg Rotary Club. Well done, take a view and if you are not a Rotarian now, you might want to find out more what this Rotary thing is all about.
 
 
The Live Streaming Speaker for March 2, 2017 was Health & Wellness presented by Stephanie Pereire Da Silva.  We thank her for the talk.  If you are a member of our Club, just watch the video when you can email our Secty so we can record your participaction.  If you want to watch this video as a make up and you are a member of another Club, just email us with your name and home club and we will make your Club aware of your make up.  For those doing make ups, we suggest a $5 donation made on our Donate Now button on our home page.
 
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The video below is from Rotary International and it explains why it is so important that we get polio to ZERO in the wild.  Watch it, and I'm sure you will join me to support PolioNow campaign.  We "are this close" and need to finish the job.
 
 
The three Rotary Clubs of Oshkosh sponsored a get together and mini fund raiser for World Polio Day Oct. 24, 2016.  At the Ground Round in Oshkosh, we were selling "Polio Shots" for $5, of which $4 went to PolioPlus.  Others put in donations to avoid the side affects of these "shots".  Fun evening, and building awareness that we are not done yet.
 
 
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