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Service Project Award
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2020-2021 Rotary President Nominee
Sushil Kumar Gupta, of the Rotary Club of Delhi Midwest, Delhi, India, is the selection of the Nominating Committee for President of Rotary International for 2020-21. Find out more about Rotarian Gupta and his commitment to Rotary.
U.N. Ambassador Nickie Haley
U.N. Ambassador Nickie Haley visiting one of the refugee camps in Cucuta Colombia housing Venezuelan refugees.

Thank you to the following Rotary Clubs in Houston for contributing in excess of $10,000 to send 140,000 meals to one of the refugee camps in Cucuta
Humble, Brazosport, El Campo, Highlands West U, Baytown, Memorial Spring Branch and Gulfway Hobby.This project is headed up by the Rotary E-Club of Houston -Cristal Montanez

It is estimated that there are over 800,000 Venezuelans in Colombia;).
Wednesday Guest Speaker: Juanave Estrada
Jaunave Estrada and Dr. Alberto Balladares from Chinandega spoke at the Humble Club today. Dr. Balladares runs the clinic there and Jaunave, a lawyer, is Executive Director of the Chinandega Foundation.
Wednesday Guest Speaker: Lauren West
Lauren West is sponsored by the Rotary Club of University Area Houston, and her area of focus is Economic and Community Development.   She wishes to obtain a Master of Arts in Development Studies, Governance of Migration and Diversity Track, at Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, with a 15 month program beginning in September, 2018.
Rebecca received a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from University of Texas at Austin in 2013, and will receive a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from   University of the Pacific in February, 2018.   Since 2014, Lauren has been employed as Senior Program and Operations Manager at PAIR Houston (Partnership for the Advancement and Immersion of Refugees).  Lauren is also a founding member and Chair of International Service for the Rotaract Club of the University Area.  She also serves as Co-Chair of Education and Youth Subcommittee for the Welcoming Houston Task Force, COMSN by Mayor Turner.
In her essay, Lauren states “The Development Studies master’s, with a focus on Governance of Migration and Diversity, through Erasmus University challenges its students to think of the many ways that we can bring economic and community development to underserved populations. Economic and Community Development is a critical Area of Focus because it can act as a catalyst and spur improvements in the areas of peace and conflict resolution, disease and health, sanitation, and education and literacy.  I have dedicated my life’s work to specifically empowering the refugee community for the past five years.  The Development Studies program will allow me to learn more about the barriers to economic development for this population through history and current events, local and national policies, sociological structures, and urban planning. With this knowledge, I will work to create innovative solutions to make those structures and systems listed above more accessible and welcoming to the refugee population.”
Paul Harris Awards
Pam Presents Danny & Susan with their new Paul Harris Pins!
Rotary Voices RSS
Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of posts celebrating Membership Month. By Shogo Williams-Matsuoka, president-elect, Rotary E-club of Western Australia My life as a Rotarian began in 2014, when I became a member of the Rotary Club … Continue reading
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