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  • n. a group of businessmen in a town organized as a service club and to promote world peace


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  • But they become -- a Rotary Club is a place where people from different faiths and different ethnic groups can get together. -

  • For more information call the Rotary Club of Houston at 713-973-9936 or visit the website at www. -

  • A couple of days ago, I heard an invited female guest on Savage's radio program read off a lot of claims about Hamas and I was struck by one: Hamas thinks the Rotary Club is a tool of the Zionists and should be eliminated.


  • The Rotary Club is a service organization that supports humanitarian causes and community involvement, as well as students and education.

    Cincinnati.Com - All Local News

  • The city has a Rotary Club which is active in furthering the various civic activities of Reidsville and the neighboring county, a local post of the American Legion and a Public Library.

    Drummond's Pictorial Atlas of North Carolina.

  • Mr. Kharge said that members of organisations such as Rotary Club belonged to the creamy layer of society and "you can afford to help people in need and aid the Government in its fight against poverty and illiteracy".

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Organizations such as Rotary Club, Lions Club and Kiwanis Club also have scholarships available, which are usually based on financial need.

    The Herald-Mail Online

  • Regan would volunteer to play the role of enforcer, but he knew, as they all did, that politicians would risk whatever vengeance he threatened them with if it meant the difference between remaining in office or returning to East Jesus, where they would endure all the inconveniences of public life—Rotary Club invitations, civic association requests, commencement addresses to graduating eighth-graders—without any of the privileges.

    O: A Presidential Novel

  • He made his way to the blue-silk-draped dais at the front of the room and stood behind the podium carved with the Rotary Club symbol.

    Burial for a King

  • "I think we ought to suspend, perhaps, elections for Congress for two years and just tell them we won't hold it against them, whatever decisions they make, to just let them help this country recover," Perdue told a Rotary Club gathering in suburban Raleigh this week.

    Notable & Quotable


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