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Thursday, October 27, 2011
Webinar: Use RAGS for better Clubs Service Projects
Join us for a free, 60-minute webinar to learn how Rotarian Action Groups help Rotary clubs and districts around the world maximize their service projects. We’ll be hearing from two speakers who will share their experiences in carrying out effective international service through collaboration with RAGs.
Marion Bunch, District 6900, is the CEO of Rotarians for Fighting AIDS (RFFA), a RAG that uses advocacy and education to improve the lives of orphans and vulnerable children affected by HIV and AIDS in Africa and around the world.
Patricia Fiske, District 5450, has helped lead multiple projects with the World Health Fairs RAG to boost health awareness and medical access to rural villagers in YunNan Province, China.
Register today to attend our first RAG webinar and learn about how your club and district can benefit by partnering with a RAG. The webinars are offered over three time slots in both Spanish and English for our international Rotary community.Work with Rotarian Action Groups to Maximize your Service Projects (Note: the following sessions are in English)
Option 1: Tuesday, 8 November 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM CDT
Option 2: Tuesday, 8 November 18:00 PM – 19:00 PM CDT
Colabore con los Grupos de Acción Rotaria para aprovechar al máximo sus proyectos de servicio (Note: the following session is in Spanish)- Friday, 11 November 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM CDT
Spread the word about RAGS! Invite other Rotarians to attend this important event to improve the work of clubs and districts and grow their efforts around the world. All are welcome! From Rotary.org Community Service Update.