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Joint Disaster Relief Grant
Meeting Tonight, March 14
6 - 7 p.m.
Open to ANY Rotarian AND non-Rotarians
In-person at Milwaukee Athletic Club or Virtual via Zoom
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Meeting ID: 948 1799 5514
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From our President Marta Carrion -
"As you all know, Robert Grede, one of our members, has been very active in helping Ukraine in different ways. He will be presenting information about a possible joint disaster relief grant with the Cherkasy, Ukraine Rotary Club. I am also doing a brief update of PETS (President Elect Training Seminar) and other possible service projects we could consider doing this year."

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Pole Joins Rotary on Rotary Club Milwaukee Amigos Rotarian's Recommendation

Early in 2022, Rotary Club Milwaukee Amigos member, Robert Grede, raised money to help Ukrainian refugees fleeing to Poland.
He used the money to buy medical supplies in Vienna and drove them across Eastern Europe to Jaroslaw, Poland, where he was met by members of the Jaroslaw Rotary Club as well as Rotary members from Lviv and Cherkasy, Ukraine, who delivered the supplies to the front lines.
Speaking neither Polish nor Ukrainian, Grede was reliant upon a local high school English teacher, Chris Tuczapski, who served as a guide and interpreter during Grede's time in Poland. The two became friends, and when Grede attended the local Jaroslaw Rotary Club meeting, he nominated Chris to become a member.
This past December 8, Chris Tuczapski became an official member of the Jaroslaw, Poland Rotary Club.
The photo is Chris Tuczapski (left) being welcomed into the Jaroslaw (Poland) Rotary Club by President, Roman Strokon

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