a local club of business and professional men that is a member of a world-wide organization of similar clubs (Rotary International ) devoted to serving the community and promoting world peace.
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How to use Rotary Club in a sentence
In a local Rotary Club speech in 2017, a BASF executive downplayed concerns about the rates of cancer in the Geismar area, saying that “you can turn statistics any way you want.”
The state’s response, Zink said, is to promote accurate information in “community call after community call after community call,” seeking audiences everywhere from PTA meetings to Rotary Club gatherings.Vaccine restrictions vanish in pockets of the U.S., offering a glimpse of the future | Isaac Stanley-Becker, Lena H. Sun | March 18, 2021 | Washington Post
Bob Bashara was a married Rotary Club president who lived in a ritzy Detroit suburb.
“I think for sure he will,” said Kit Jennings, treasurer of the Spartanburg Rotary Club, which Perry addressed Tuesday.
And the State College Rotary Club could give its Man of the Year award to Jerry Sandusky.Michael Tomasky: Supercommittee Shows GOP Is Taking Hostages Again | Michael Tomasky | November 17, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
It is the biggest gathering of tantric musicians in the world, and makes Woodstock look like a Rotary Club dinner.
The Duckman was placarded to indicate that he was representing the Rotary Club of Amwell.
Presently he called on the visiting secretary of the Zenith Rotary Club, a rival organization.Babbitt | Sinclair Lewis
British Dictionary definitions for Rotary Club
any of the local clubs that form Rotary International, an international association of professional and businessmen founded in the US in 1905 to promote community service
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