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We are progressing to a new website/meeting area with more interactive sections for visitors. It will be a slow process and beta testing is proceeding. Access the story area here: http://directory-online.com/websites/FloridaeClub_768_v6/ 
 
This area can be used for meeting make-ups until the interactive area is functional.
 
Estamos avanzando a una nueva área de la página web y reuniones con más secciones interactivas para los visitantes. Será un proceso lento y pruebas beta procede. Acceder a la zona de la historia aquí: http://directory-online.com/websites/FloridaeClub_768_v6/
Esta área puede utilizarse para maquillajes de reunión hasta que el área interactiva es functional.
100 actos aleatorios de bondad por RC Lake Nona Lunch
 
Rotary Has Heart 2017 AwardOn April 22nd you may have seen a large group of people wearing bright green shirts from Lake Nona to Lake Eola. No, these were not lost tourists, but members of the Rotary Club of Lake Nona Lunch participating in a “100 Random Acts of Kindness” service project. These “100 Random Acts of Kindness” coincide with Rotary International celebrating 100 years of changing lives and improving communities around the world since the creation of The Rotary Foundation. In the spirit of this celebration, the president of the Rotary Club of Lake Nona Lunch, Dr. Tweet Coleman, worked with other members and local organizations in Lake Nona to extend kindness and bring joy to others.
100 Random Acts of Kindness Tour 2017 Rotary Club of Lake Nona Lunch
El 22 de abril pudo haber visto un gran grupo de personas vistiendo camisetas verdes brillantes de Lake Nona a lago Eola. No, estos no perdieron los turistas, pero los miembros del Rotary Club de Lago Nona almuerzo participando en un proyecto de servicio "100 al azar actos de bondad". Estos "100 al azar actos de bondad" coinciden con celebrando 100 años de vida y mejorar las comunidades de todo el mundo desde la creación de la Fundación Rotaria de Rotary International. En el espíritu de esta celebración, el Presidente del Rotary Club de Lago Nona almuerzo, Dr. Tweet Coleman, trabajó con otros miembros y las organizaciones locales en Lake Nona para extender la bondad y llevar alegría a los demás.
Slavery or Human Trafficking is a major concern of Rotarians. You have the Power of One to help end it.
We have member of the Rotary Fellowship Rotarians Against Child Slavery at: http://racsrag.ning.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network.
 
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December 18, 2016-Pine Hills, Florida, USA:  On December 16, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. a new access to literacy and education was unwrapped at the Easy Access Health Clinic, at 6889 W Colonial Dr (at Hiawassee Rd) in Pine Hills, Florida, USA, a census designated area of Orlando, FL of over 60,000 people. The books and pamphlets are intended to provide a convenient, free, accessible, and less threatening environment for residents to learn and thrive.
18 de diciembre del 2016—Orlando, Florida, USA:  El 16 de diciembre de 2016 a las 10:00 am un nuevo acceso a la alfabetización y la educación fue desempaquetado en la clínica de salud Easy Access, en 6889 W Colonial Dr (en Hiawassee Rd) en Pine Hills, Florida, EE.UU., un censo designado área de Orlando , FL de más de 60.000 personas. Los libros y folletos están destinados a proporcionar un ambiente conveniente, libre, accesible y menos amenazante para que los residentes aprendan y prosperen.
 
Lt Frost, Congressman Webster's rep Cindy Brown, Orl Comm Ings, DrO, Ansar of Charity & Love, ACorp Stanley Murray add to the Little Free Library.
The reveal and dedication was attended Cindy Brown, representing Congressman Daniel Webster, currently of FL District 10, soon to be 11, and Commissioner Samuel B, Ings of City of Orlando District 6. Two deputies representing Sheriff Jerry Demings were, Lt. Tonjali Frost-Daniley and Acting Corporal Stanley Murray bearing anti-bullying and crime reduction materials for the library. Clinic board member Sophia Avila assisted with the opening. Officiating at the event were eClub Rotarians Phyllis DrO Olmstead, EdD, midwife and clinic owner Jennie Joseph, and business consultant June Ings. 
La revelación y la dedicación asistieron a Cindy Brown, representando al congresista Daniel Webster, actualmente del distrito 10 de FL, pronto para ser 11, y al comisionado Samuel B, Ings de la ciudad de Orlando Distrito 6. Dos diputados que representan Sheriff Jerry Demmings eran, teniente Tonjali Frost -Daniley y el cabo interino Stanley Murray llevan anti-intimidación y materiales de reducción del crimen para la biblioteca. Sophia Ávila asistió a la inauguración. En el acto participaron los rotarios de eClub Phyllis DrO Olmstead, EdD, la comadrona y la dueña de la clínica Jennie Joseph, y la consultora de negocios June Ings.
 
In addition to the stack of materials from the Sheriff, Charity and Love Inc founder Barbara Ansar gifted materials, as well as, Head Start programmers. 
Además de la pila de materiales del Sheriff, Caridad y Amor Inc fundador Barbara Ansar materiales dotados, así como, los programadores de Head Start.
 Raptors are a vital part of our environment. You can find about them and enjoy a social networking fundraiser with the Rotary eClub of Florida at The Avian Reconditioning Center for Birds of Prey. The dessert event will held on the 6th of April 2017 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
 
 
We are excited to offer you the opportunity to help with our Rotary projects!
 
You can support with time, talents, or treasures. Here are the links to two of our current projects. One is the Little Free Library and the other is H T for Human Trafficking.
 
Here is our project for The Lifeboat Project, Inc. http://ideas.rotary.org/Project/Profile/adde84c9-c8a1-419f-8c55-2bada5a22559 (time limits apply).

This is a second one for Little Free Libraries. http://ideas.rotary.org/Project/Profile/1e5d6ea2-e2db-4ecb-8696-a877acdcbabc 
(time limits apply).
 
Thank you, in advance.
Zone 33/34 to Support eClub of Florida Little Free Library Project
Letter from District Governor Dan Semenza to the members of the eClub of Florida:


Congratulations Dr. O !!!

 

I have just been informed that the Little Library Project of the Florida eClub has been selected as the Zone 33/34 Community Service Project for the October Zone International Leadership Seminar in Orlando. I have been appointed by RID (Rotary International Director) Joe Mulkerrin as the Community Project Chair. Having been selected as the Zone project puts the District in the limelight. We will be getting more information down on PR and Photo Opts before the Zone meetings. I will keep everyone informed as we move forward with the project.

 

Once again - Congratulations to the eClub and Dr. O. We will be busy in the next six months !!!

 

Thinking about building a Little Free Library? There are several ways to go about. Here are three.
Pensando en la construcción de una pequeña biblioteca gratuita? Hay varias maneras de ir alrededor. Aquí hay tres.
 
 
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