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Provided photo District 6670 Governor Bill Shula spoke at the Tipp City Rotary Club meeting on July 29. DG Shula is a Past President of the Cincinnati Club and has served Rotary on numerous capacities. This year’s theme is “Gift to the World” and DG Shula use a personal example from his life to explain the 10 gifts he received. He further noted that District 6670 will be embarking on a Strategic Planning process this year. He also noted that Polio is only present in Afghanistan and Pakistan, due to the ongoing efforts of Rotary. Pictured are (Left to right) are Assistant District Governor Mike Ivory, President Nathan Rentz, and DG Bill Shula.


Provided photo Tipp City Rotary Club Foundation Chairperson Stan Evans talked about the Rotary Foundation at the August 5, 2015 club meeting. Stan said that to become a Paul Harris Fellow, Rotarians donate $1,000 to the Rotary Foundation. The Tipp City Rotary Club currently has 40 active members who are Paul Harris Fellow’s (many multiple Paul Harris Fellow’s) and 81 “other” Paul Harris Fellows. He also emphasized that Rotary is leading the way to eradicate Polio worldwide, which started in 1986 through the use of Rotary Foundation funds. Polio only exists in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Rotary meets each Wednesday at noon in the basement of the Monroe Township Building. Pictured are Stan Evans and President Nathan Rentz.


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District 6670 Governor Bill Shula spoke at the Tipp City Rotary Club meeting on July 29. DG Shula is a Past President of the Cincinnati Club and has served Rotary on numerous capacities. This year’s theme is “Gift to the World” and DG Shula use a personal example from his life to explain the 10 gifts he received. He further noted that District 6670 will be embarking on a Strategic Planning process this year. He also noted that Polio is only present in Afghanistan and Pakistan, due to the ongoing efforts of Rotary. Pictured are (Left to right) are Assistant District Governor Mike Ivory, President Nathan Rentz, and DG Bill Shula.

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Tipp City Rotary Club Foundation Chairperson Stan Evans talked about the Rotary Foundation at the August 5, 2015 club meeting. Stan said that to become a Paul Harris Fellow, Rotarians donate $1,000 to the Rotary Foundation. The Tipp City Rotary Club currently has 40 active members who are Paul Harris Fellow’s (many multiple Paul Harris Fellow’s) and 81 “other” Paul Harris Fellows. He also emphasized that Rotary is leading the way to eradicate Polio worldwide, which started in 1986 through the use of Rotary Foundation funds. Polio only exists in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Rotary meets each Wednesday at noon in the basement of the Monroe Township Building. Pictured are Stan Evans and President Nathan Rentz.

Provided photo District 6670 Governor Bill Shula spoke at the Tipp City Rotary Club meeting on July 29. DG Shula is a Past President of the Cincinnati Club and has served Rotary on numerous capacities. This year’s theme is “Gift to the World” and DG Shula use a personal example from his life to explain the 10 gifts he received. He further noted that District 6670 will be embarking on a Strategic Planning process this year. He also noted that Polio is only present in Afghanistan and Pakistan, due to the ongoing efforts of Rotary. Pictured are (Left to right) are Assistant District Governor Mike Ivory, President Nathan Rentz, and DG Bill Shula.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/51/2015/08/web1_P1010010.jpgProvided photo District 6670 Governor Bill Shula spoke at the Tipp City Rotary Club meeting on July 29. DG Shula is a Past President of the Cincinnati Club and has served Rotary on numerous capacities. This year’s theme is “Gift to the World” and DG Shula use a personal example from his life to explain the 10 gifts he received. He further noted that District 6670 will be embarking on a Strategic Planning process this year. He also noted that Polio is only present in Afghanistan and Pakistan, due to the ongoing efforts of Rotary. Pictured are (Left to right) are Assistant District Governor Mike Ivory, President Nathan Rentz, and DG Bill Shula.

Provided photo Tipp City Rotary Club Foundation Chairperson Stan Evans talked about the Rotary Foundation at the August 5, 2015 club meeting. Stan said that to become a Paul Harris Fellow, Rotarians donate $1,000 to the Rotary Foundation. The Tipp City Rotary Club currently has 40 active members who are Paul Harris Fellow’s (many multiple Paul Harris Fellow’s) and 81 “other” Paul Harris Fellows. He also emphasized that Rotary is leading the way to eradicate Polio worldwide, which started in 1986 through the use of Rotary Foundation funds. Polio only exists in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Rotary meets each Wednesday at noon in the basement of the Monroe Township Building. Pictured are Stan Evans and President Nathan Rentz.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/51/2015/08/web1_P1010013.jpgProvided photo Tipp City Rotary Club Foundation Chairperson Stan Evans talked about the Rotary Foundation at the August 5, 2015 club meeting. Stan said that to become a Paul Harris Fellow, Rotarians donate $1,000 to the Rotary Foundation. The Tipp City Rotary Club currently has 40 active members who are Paul Harris Fellow’s (many multiple Paul Harris Fellow’s) and 81 “other” Paul Harris Fellows. He also emphasized that Rotary is leading the way to eradicate Polio worldwide, which started in 1986 through the use of Rotary Foundation funds. Polio only exists in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Rotary meets each Wednesday at noon in the basement of the Monroe Township Building. Pictured are Stan Evans and President Nathan Rentz.