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Mike Hurry has been a member of the Rotary Club of Sarnia since May 2002.  He was club President in 2017-18 and the Rotary Club of Sarnia Foundation President in 2018-19.  Currently serving as Assistant Governor for Area 5 since July 2021.  Mike has completed the three levels of the Rotary Leadership Institute, is a multiple Paul Harris Fellow, a Benefactor and a Bequest Society member. Now retired from his position as the Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sarnia-Lambton, he continues to do fundraising for the organization.
Now is the time to make plans for how you and your club will help to welcome our fellow Rotarians and partners from Lithuania. Find out more about the exchange and how you can be a part of this great Rotary opportunity.
Our district proudly joins The Rotary Foundation and fellow districts across the world to announce the new Polio Plus Society and invite all of our members to join.  This simple act of generosity by our fellow Rotarians around the world will bring the life saving polio immunization to countless children until the day that the world has been rid of the virus. We are truly This Close and we need your help to complete the job.
Do you have a club logo? Do you even need a club logo? Simply put, a logo is an image that your club can use on everything from newsletters to raffle tickets, to letterheads, to web pages and to any other communication where you wish to give your club a professional view of who you are.
Free club logos can be custom made online by logging in to rotary.org and going to the Brand Center. To read more about the Rotary logo see this message from RI President Jennifer Jones...

Polio this week as of  14 March 2023

The two endemic countries, Afghanistan and Pakistan, so far this year continue to show no new cases. A new version of the oral vaccine drops is also now being widely used which is rapidly bringing down the number of polio cases being acquired by untreated children from recently treated children. Referred to as nOPV2, follow the related link to learn more.
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