It’s not Christmas until you hear the bells ringing at the red kettles.
Thanks to Peter Alvarez for coordinating the 2015 Change for Change Campaign that brought in $1,644 for Rotary International’s PolioPlus fund.
Thanks to the SS Kids program, local school children who might not otherwise be able to afford school supplies will be going back to school with a new backpack filled with everything they need to start the new year.
A Big Heartfelt Thanks to our Sponsors and Guests! We had a short burst of rain, but you hung in with us and we had a wonderful time!
Poliomyelitis — or the poliovirus — is a highly infectious disease that most commonly affects children under the age of 5.
They may start with manure and straw and end with a coffee can, but the EcoStove is improving the lives of families one stove at a time.
Pat Cross, a former president of the Madison club, was formally installed as the District Governor of District 6860.
After many years of us traveling to her home in Southern Honduras, we were graced by Carolina’s visit to our home in late May 2015.
As recognition of vocational service, the Rotary Club of Madison hosted an award ceremony and reception at City Hall for the Madison City Employees of the Year.