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Doris Arnowitz, 88, of Penn Township, passed away Wednesday, August 29, 2018, in William Penn Senior Suites and Personal Care.
She was born May 27, 1930, in Philadelphia, a daughter of the late Samuel and Eva Zipler Kornblum.Prior to her retirement, Doris was employed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the unemployment office in Greensburg. For more than 25 years, Doris helped many clients and enjoyed providing service to those seeking her assistance. Prior to her position in Westmoreland County, Doris and her late husband Richard owned and operated one of the first Open Pantry franchise stores in Pleasant Hills. This was a family operation that continued until the store was sold in 1970. She was a feisty and formidable woman, who was respected by her family, friends and colleagues. Doris adored her children, loved traveling and attending Kiwanis events with her husband, enjoyed reading the Bible and spending time with friends from her church.
 

48th WORLD AFFAIRS INSTITUTE FOR STUDENT LEADERS

A Community Service Project of Rotary International and World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh
 
Dear Rotary Club President:
 
This year marks the 48th anniversary of the coordination between the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh and Rotary International on the World Affairs Institute. The team at the Council is delighted to work with your Club again this year to make this event a resounding success.
 
 
 
This year's District Project will be to provide a life-saving aid to communities that have little or unreliable electrical service.
The We Care Solar Suitcase® is an economical, easy-to-use portable power unit that provides health workers with highly efficient medical lighting and power for mobile communication, laptop computers and small medical devices.  The We Care Solar Suitcase was originally designed to support timely and efficient emergency obstetric care, but can be used in a range of medical and humanitarian settings.
 
 
 

Observer-Reporter Article - 9/21/2018

Rotary district governor touts volunteerism in visit to McMurray    

Harry Funk

Cherie Sears visits the McMurray Rotary Club, which meets at 12:10 p.m. Wednesdays at Atria’s Restaurant in Peters Township.

Everyone can use some “Intelligence for Your Life,” as John Tesh calls the radio show he hosts.

A nugget of wisdom he once imparted continues to resonate with Cherie Sears.

“He said, ‘There’s a study that’s been done, and adults laugh on average six times a day. Young children laugh on average 250 times a day,’” she recalled during a visit to the McMurray Rotary Club in Peters Township. “And I thought, I am in the right business.”

She regularly sees the evidence as president of The Village, a nonprofit childhood education center in California Borough.

“The kids do. They laugh all day long,” She attested. “That’s just very uplifting, and it helps me to not take myself too seriously. So that’s carried over into Rotary.”

As she visits clubs throughout seven counties, including Washington, as 2018-19 governor of Rotary International District 7330, she totes along a stuffed flying monkey and dons a safari hat, in part to promote the safari-themed district conference that she wants as many Rotarians as possible to attend in May.

She also is sending the message:

“If we’re having fun, it sure makes it a lot easier to do whatever it is we’re doing.”

Rotary International is the world's first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide. Rotary club members are volunteers who work locally, regionally, and internationally to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate polio under the motto Service Above Self.

We are excited to see how our new ClubRunner package will revolutionize the way we manage our day to day club and district activities, as well as communicate more effectively.
ClubRunner is an all-in-one membership and communication software package designed for Rotary.
More than just an easy-to-use website, it is a complete online package comprised of several modules, all designed to:
  • maintain your members' data,
  • facilitate interactive communication,
  • organize events and volunteers,
  • distribute email newsletters and broadcast communications,
  • improve public relations,
  • and help run a club more efficiently.
Accessible by all club members through a password protected member area, it allows every member to access key information to communicate much more effectively, as well as share information and collaborate better.
 
Membership changes to the database are automatically communicated to Rotary International, thereby also saving the Club Secretary from performing double data entry.
 
Online registrations for events and volunteer activities, automatic email services, and an integrated e-Bulletin, among other features, makes it easy to promote your club's activities.

For more information on ClubRunner, visit ClubRunner's Website and discover how to take full advantage of the features of ClubRunner.
 
Rotary News
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Two Rotarian pediatricians – one in Ethiopia and the other in California – connected to save babies’ lives with the help of a vocational training

Go on journey with polio vaccinator in Uganda

Climb every mountainA Rotaractor ventures deep into her native Uganda with a polio vaccination team as part of Rotary’s newest virtual reality film, Two Drops of

Brazil Rotary member on mission to eliminate hepatitis

Our worldMission to eliminate hepatitisIn 2010, Humberto Silva was getting ready to travel from Brazil to South Africa to watch his country’s soccer team play in

 
 
 
 
 
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