Members of the Duluth Superior Eco Rotary Club clean up debris along the St. Louis River.
By Mary Kay Bates, a member of the Duluth Superior Eco Rotary Club, and Karen Anderson, club president
We will be spending Earth Day, 22 April, as we have the past several, with members of the Duluth Superior Eco Rotary Club cleaning up debris along our “adopted” river, the St. Louis, which separates Duluth, Minnesota, from Superior, Wisconsin. Continue reading
Rotary Scholar Kenechukwu “Kaycee” Okoli in Delft, Netherlands.
By Kenechukwu “Kaycee” Okoli, Rotary Scholar from Nigeria
Leaving Nigeria for Delft, Netherlands, to take part in a Rotary scholarship program at UNESCO-IHE has been an overwhelmingly positive experience. It has been a goal of mine to pursue advanced studies in hydraulic engineering. Being a Rotary scholar, not only has funding been provided for my graduate studies, but I am part of a strategy conceived by Rotary to address the complex issues of water and sanitation. It inspires me to rise to the challenge of seeking solutions to the world’s water and sanitation crisis as a water professional. Continue reading
By Susanne Büttner, online editor of the German Rotary Magazine and a member of Rotaract in English and German
Over the past years, I have been fortunate to attend many Rotary International events in various countries. At each, I have enjoyed the hospitality and friendliness of the hosts, so I was excited when I heard that RI President Sakuji Tanaka chose to hold the first of three Rotary Global Peace Forums in my home country. I would have an opportunity to return some of the hospitality I have received. Continue reading