The OCTOBER, 2019 Foundation First Newsletter is here      
        Don Meyer, District 5970 Foundation Chair

Dear Rotarians,

Congratulations!  District 5970 was recognized at this year’s Zone Institute in Kansas City last week.  Our District finished second in our Zone (which includes 23 districts) in total giving ($207,549) to polio eradication in 2018-19.  I wish you all could have walked on stage to receive the certificate award.  It only happened because of you!  Thank you for your continued giving to the PolioPlus fund.  Even though a few new cases are still being reported, we’re almost across the finish line, so now is the time to keep the energy going!

(Read more in the Newsletter.  Click the link above)
September stories in the Foundation Newsletter:
  • World Polio Day is October 24
  • Remember November - November is Foundation month
  • John Wasta is Paul Harris Society Coordinator
  • Speaker Opportunity - Katie Wilford, 2018-2019 Global Scholar
  • New Feature in Foundation First Newsletter - information about the Rotary Foundation
  • Read about the grant Project in Decorah
Rotary International is launching a campaign called, “Countdown to History.”  Goals were set and pledges were made, the and we can’t do it without you, as Rotarians. We are asking for Rotarians across District 5970 to give a minimum of $40 to End Polio Now. This will get our District to the goal set by Rotary International.
A New Polio Banner is available for Club Events! See it here.  Contact to borrow it!