Rotary Club Milwaukee Amigos After Hours International Project Progressing 

Rotarian Rosa Sugo brought a potential service project to our club earlier this year.  We applied for a Rotary District 6270 grant.  Awarded a total of $3000, the overall project will run about $4700 and will provide a safe, educational, and meal site for up to 35 youth during the summer months in Uruguay.  The project is in partnership with the Rotary Club of Maldonado and Merendero Despertar Abriendo Conciencias in Maldonado Nuevo.  Our Rotary Club provided funding to purchase the 3rd of three shipping containers that have been put on blocks and will now be joined with the other two and then remodeled to include doors, windows, HVAC, and furnishings that will allow this to be a multi-functional space for learning, growing, and receiving supportive and good nutrition.  More information will follow as the project progresses.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

Rotary Curious??

  • Did you know that Rotary does not require weekly attendance even though we generally meet weekly?

  • Did you know that our project and volunteer service counts as attendance?

  • Did you know that you can do a Rotary make-up by attending another club meeting OR by going on-line and read several "programs" and then apply for a make-up?  Use these links to get started.

  • Rotary e club One - the original - /www.rotaryeclubone.org

  • Rotary Club of E-Club of the Southwest USA - https://www.recswusa.org/
 
 

 
 
 
 
 

 

Rotary Curious? 

What Does it Take in Time?  
  • One in-person meeting per month
What's Expected of Me?
  • To represent your vocation and help us know about you and that vocation.
  • Be a person of high ethical standards.
  • Give some of your time to Service in the Greater Milwaukee community and / or internationally.
  • Share Rotary and the opportunity to make a difference in the world with your Rotary Family in ways you could not individually.
  • Have Fun and WANT to see your Rotary club members because you miss them when you don't.

 

 

 

 

 

Rotary Fellowships are independent, social groups that share a common passion. Being part of a fellowship is a fun way to make friends around the world.

How do I join a fellowship?

Fellowships are open to Rotarians, family members, and program participants and alumni. You can contact a fellowship directly by using the information listed in the Rotary Fellowships directory. Or search our discussion groups to find Rotary and Rotaract members with similar interests.

How do I form a fellowship?

Start by finding others who share you interest.

Be sure you meet the criteria for a fellowship and apply for official recognition.

Explore our fellowships:

Interested in a particular subject? Visit the group's website or email it to learn more.

Did you know that our District now has a new Fellowship?  Rotary Means Business - this was taken from the District 6270 home page - 

"District 6270 has now officially become the first Rotary district in Wisconsin to be chartered under the Rotary Means Business Fellowship. Rotary Means Business encourages Rotarians to support the success of their fellow Rotarians by doing business with them, and by referring others to them. I am of the firm belief that the most honorable people to transact business with are people who abide by the 4 Way Test. So, to launch the Rotary Means Business Fellowship, we are planning an event that will be announced soon where Rotarians who are involved in business or interested in business can come to socialize and learn more about how to join the fellowship. We are also working on an Electronic Business Directory (in PDF format) for all Rotarians involved in various businesses to be able to have their businesses listed so that other Rotarians can reach out to them to transact business or refer business to them."

Rotarian and Cycling Fellowship member Angie Rester recently rode in the Penninsula Century Fall Challenge where she ran into the Rotarians from the Rotary Club Door County North who hosted one of the rest stops and fueling stations in the ride that starts and ends in Sister Bay.  Cycling Fellowship members are also able to purchase the Rotary and End Polio jerseys made just for the Fellowship.  Angie is available for presentations to clubs regarding Fellowships.  She serves as the District Fellowship Chair.  Click here to email her your request or questions. 

  • Are you interested in serving on the District Committee for Fellowships? Meetings will be telephonically so you can join the committee from any place in the District.