Tag Archives: PolioPlus

Debbie Vance (Rotary Club of Richmond, British Columbia-Canada)

April 21, 2017 / admin / Rotarian Spotlight

Lifestyle: the habits, attitudes, moral standards, etc. that together constitute the mode of living of an individual Well that sounds about right for Debbie Vance who says, “Rotary is my lifestyle…it’s how I live.” After her kids were grown, Debbie realized she missed the “family volunteering” concept they had started. So when a co-worker casually […]

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Nancy Barbee (Rotary Club of Maysville, NC-USA)

March 10, 2017 / admin / Rotarian Spotlight

The old adage of “don’t miss a meeting or else you’ll be in charge next time…” obviously hasn’t sunk in yet with PDG Nancy Barbee. Since joining the Rotary Club of Maysville in 2000, she has served in nearly every leadership position, including President…FOUR times! But it was her first stint as President (2002-03) that […]

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Chris Jones (Rotary Club of Lake Norman-Huntersville, NC-USA)

January 22, 2017 / admin / Rotarian Spotlight

Sometimes the best Rotarians grow out of someone who never even knew what Rotary was. That might be the case with Past District Governor Chris Jones, who was initially invited to learn more about a new Rotary Club that was forming near where he worked and lived in Catonsville, MD (District 7620). Chris readily admits […]

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John Nanni (Rotary Club of Middletown-Odessa, DE-USA)

January 15, 2017 / admin / Rotarian Spotlight

How many of us ever consider inviting our guest speakers to join our Rotary Club (or better yet, follow up on the consideration)? Luckily, a member of the Rotary Club of Hamilton Township (NJ-USA) did just that six years ago. John Nanni contracted polio as an infant and was paralyzed from the neck down for […]

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