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Rotary president, Gary C.K. Huang , has appointed Jacque Andrew, past District Governor of District 6000 as his representative at the 2015 District 5550 conference
After over eighteen months of work, it seems only fitting that Dryden Rotary’s participation in a Basic Education and Literacy Global Grant Request be submitted  to Rotary International during March which in Rotary is “Literacy” month.
District 5550 World Peace Partners is pleased to announce the next building block towards peace, compassion and “service above self” amongst our youth, the ‘Rotary Adventures in Human Rights’ program. 
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The RI Board of Directors elected Bryn Styles to serve the remaining term of Rotary Foundation Trustee Monty Audenart, who passed away on 21 January.
Each year, within Rotary, February 23rd is designated as Rotary Day. It celebrates the date on which the first Rotary meeting took place.  It is also a good time to review the impact that Rotary is having in the World. 
District 5550’s major literacy initiative is the Ripple Effect program.  This inspirational video called The Ripple is a good example of the power of a “Ripple” effect.  
Regina South Rotarian, Wallis Zbitnew has with dedication and foresight created a new resource for Rotarians titled Mr. Apple Discovers the Four Way Test: Four Questions that Dramatically Changed His Life.
Published by Inner Truth Publishing Zbitnew’s goal in writing the book is:


Rebecca Deng at The University of Winnipeg
While Canada waits to catch a glimpse of what is inside its newest national museum, Rebecca Deng is already cherishing her experience previewing the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Deng’s tour this summer was included as part of the Adventures in Global Citizenship course at The University of Winnipeg’s Global College. A portion of the course took place in the museum with CMHR experts acting as guest faculty.​





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