Oct. 24, 2012 —
Hardman also talked about how vital the continued growth of women in Rotary clubs throughout the world.
“At one time, Rotary didn’t recognize women as members,” she said. “But all that has changed, and for the better.”
Hardman also reported that there were only 160 cases of polio in just three countries during 2011, as one of Rotary’s primary goals is to eradicate polio.
Rotary’s worldwide commitment (PolioPlus) to work with national and international health organizations in developing nations have been successful in immunizing more than one billion children against polio through PolioPlus grants.
The Grayson Rotary Club meets each Monday at noon at the Grayson Shoney’s. If interested in joining the Grayson Rotary, contact Charlotte Sparks at 474-9047.