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Keynote address delivered by Rotary International President John Germ

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Cincinnati Eastside Rotarians with Rotary District 6670 Governor Mike Kelly (center).

More than 600 Rotarians turned out for the Rotary Institute Luncheon on Friday, October 14 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Cincinnati. The Rotary Institute is a multi-day conference focusing on fellowship, training and leadership development.

The luncheon’s keynote address was delivered by Rotary International Pressident John Germ of the Rotary Club of Chatanooga, TN.  Mr. Germ discussed his chosen theme for the 2016-17 Rotary Year, Rotary Serving Humanity and highlighted Rotary’s successful quest at eradictating Polio. More than $50,000 was raised for the End Polio Now campaign during the Institute shattering the $10,000 goal.

As a thank you to the local community, Institute attendees collected new books for six elementary school libraries with a goal of 300 books. Cincinnati Public Schools Superintendent, Mary Ronan was on-hand to accept the donation.

Cincinnati Mayor, John Cranley and Cincinnati City Council proclaimed October 14 Rotary International Day in Cincinnati.

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The Rotary Club of Cincinnati-Eastside was formed April 5, 2013 and it's 40 members enjoy fellowship, service and education each Wednesday at a luncheon meeting at Ivy Hills Country Club.  Prospective members are always welcome and each week more people are joining the "ground floor" of this new and vibrant Club.

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