New Speaker Added to Speakers’ Bureau: St. Paul Community Project

In 2019, St. Paul Rotarian John Rogers opened a free-bike shop for St. Paul and surrounding rural neighbors. Since then, he’s given over 500 used and refurbished bikes to people of all ages. An easy concept to master, according to John, it’s not only a worthwhile Rotary service project, but it gives high school students […]

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O’Neill Rotary Club Answers the Call

COVID-19 slammed our country earlier this spring and as people of action, members of the O’Neill Rotary Club have answered the call. At a time when many community members have lost their jobs or had their hours reduced, food insecurity has become very real. The O’Neill Rotary Club became aware of an opportunity to leverage their funds to access matching grant funds from the Rotary International Foundation to help meet the need for a stable food source in two ways.

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Restocking Your Community Pantry: COVID-19 response

  In the aftermath of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic, and with so many people unable to work and provide for themselves and their families, community food banks and pantries have seen their inventory decimated and the need for services expand exponentially.  This seems to be a common problem across our Rotary District as well.  […]

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News from the Burwell Club

The Adopt-A-Highway volunteers held their 27th annual Nebraska Trash-Off April 1st thru April 30th, 2017. In conjunction with this, the Rotary Club of Burwell held its annual trash pick-up project on April 18th. The club has adopted a two-mile section of Highway 91 west of Burwell. The Rotary members joined other volunteers in a statewide […]

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Burwell Adopt-A-Highway

The Adopt-A-Highway volunteers held their 26th annual Nebraska Trash-Off April 1st thru April 30th, 2016.  In conjunction with this, the Rotary Club of Burwell held its annual trash pickup on May 3rd. The project date had been delayed due to the recent rains in the area.  The Club has adopted a two mile section of […]

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