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Special Pre-Valentine's Day Service Projects and February 8, 2018, Dinner Change of Location
Guest Speaker on February 1, 2018, was Richard Gilmore, President/CEO of the GIC Group who’s topic was "Harold Rosenthal Fellowship in International Relations"
 
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Alan Grant and Bob Nelson distributed dictionaries to third graders at St. Elizabeth's Elementary School on January 25, 2018.
Potomac-Bethesda Rotary Club to Receive Two Rotary Foundation Recognition Banners  
 
Eleven Clubs Receive Foundation Banner Recognition
 
Rotary Foundation Trustee Chair Kaelyn Banerjee and John Germ Rotary International President are pleased to recognize the following clubs for their support of The Rotary Foundation 2016-2017:
 
The top three per capita giving clubs to The Rotary Foundation during the 2016-2017 Rotary year were Charlotte Hall, Capitol Hill, and Columbia-Patuxent.  This designation requires a minimum $50 per capita level of giving.
 
Eight clubs were recognized as 100% Foundation Giving Clubs.  These are clubs in which every dues-paying member contributes a minimum of $25.00 to any Rotary Foundation gift designation and the club per capita giving average contribution is a least $100.  Clubs recognized were Aberdeen, Gaithersburg, Glen Burnie, Greenbelt, Metro Bethesda, Potomac-Bethesda, Prince Frederick, and Prince George’s County.
 
Five clubs were recognized as Every Rotarian, Every-Year Clubs.  They were Glen Burnie, Gaithersburg, Metro Bethesda, Potomac-Bethesda, Prince Frederick.  To be recognized, every dues-paying member must contribute a minimum of $25 to the Annual Fund with a per capita giving of at least $100.
 
 
John Townsend, Manager of Public and Government Relations for AAA Mid-Atlantic, Addressed the Topic “Lucky Us - Why Having the Worst Traffic Hotspots in the Nation Impacts Us All” at the Rotary Club Meeting on January 18, 2018.
 
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Tom and Barbara Allen gave a mini-forum on "Opioid Awareness" at the Rotary Club meeting on January 11, 2018.  Their nonprofit James’ Place Inc. provides education, advocacy and scholarships for recovery housing. 
 
Tom and Barbara Allen gave a mini-forum on "Opioid Awareness" at the Rotary Club meeting on January 11, 2018.  Their nonprofit James’ Place Inc. provides education, advocacy and scholarships for recovery housing.
[L-R] Tom and Barbara Allen with Rotary District Governor Greg Wims
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96 Boxes Packed at the Manna Food Center on January 9, 2018
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How Rotary Became the Heart and Soul of Polio Eradication
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