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NY Times Bestselling Author Ronald Kessler was the guest speaker at the Rotary Club meeting on May 3, 2018.
Tom Lewis (right) presented NY Times Bestselling Author Ronald Kessler and his wife Pam with the Rotary cup for his presentation on his latest book, "The Trump White House" at the Rotary Club meeting on May 3, 2018.
 
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McLean Quinn, EYA Vice President of Land Acquisition and Development, spoke about the “Challenges of Growth and Development in Montgomery County”  at the Rotary Club Meeting on April 19, 2018
 
McLean Quinn received a Rotary cup from Bob Nelson in appreciation for his presentation at the Rotary Club meeting on April 19, 2018.
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Susan Rosenvold from Montgomery History portrayed Clara Barton at the Rotary Club Meeting on April 12, 2018. 
Susan Rosenvold from Montgomery History portrayed Clara Barton at the Rotary Club Meeting on April 12, 2018. Tom Lewis thanked our speaker with a Rotary cup. 
Rose Krasnow was the guest speaker at the Rotary Club meeting on April 5, 2018.
President Todd Nitkin thanked former Rockville Mayor and current County Executive Candidate Rose Krasnow for her presentation.
President Todd Nitkin and Neil Cohen welcomed Maryland State Fire Marshal Brian Geraci and Captains Jimmy Seavy and Eric Bernard from the Rockville Volunteer Fire Department.  [Photos by Tom Lewis]
 President Todd Nitkin exchanged club banners with visiting Florida Rotarian.
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$19,000 in medical equipment delivered in Nepal for screening of 5000 children for hearing problems and 100 ear surgeries to prevent or reduce hearing loss.
 

Rotarians from the RC of Kathmandu Mid-Town and Dr. Milan Maharjan, Chairperson of Ear Care Nepal (ECN), appear in the picture below.  The big piece of equipment is an operating microscope that will be used in the performance of ear surgeries.  To the right is a portable, battery operated audiometer, which is used to facilitate ear screening without access to electricity.  This piece of equipment is needed to overcome problems posed by frequent power outages in Nepal; and an impedance meter, a very important diagnostic tool that ECN can now use to perform better diagnoses of ear problems prior to surgery.  Global Grant 1637950 provided this equipment at a cost of approximately $19,000.  The Grant is also paying for the screening of 5000 Nepalese children for hearing problems and ear surgery for 100 good candidates for ear surgery to prevent or reduce hearing loss.

The Rotary Club of Potomac-Bethesda is the international sponsor of this Global Grant.  The Rotary Club of Kathmandu Mid-Town is the host Club.  Additionally, financial contributions were provided by the Rotary Clubs of Bethesda-Chevy Chase, Metro Bethesda, and Pleasant Valley, New York, as well as various individual donors.

Paul McDermott, Professor Emeritus, Montgomery College, had great photographs and maps to go along with his talk, "Strolling on the C&O Canal" at the meeting on March 29, 2018.
President Todd Nitkin thanked Paul McDermott, Professor Emeritus, Montgomery College, who had great photographs and maps to go along with his talk, "Strolling on the C&O Canal" at the meeting on March 29, 2018.
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“Experiencing the Loss of a Loved One” was the Topic for Guest Speakers Catherine Stahl (Director of Communications and Education at Hospice Caring) and Jade Davis at the Potomac-Bethesda Rotary Club Meeting on March 15, 2018.
 
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Alex Naron, Rotarians Tom Lewis and Bob Nelson and Other Volunteers Packed 144 Boxes at the Manna Food Center on March 13, 2018
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