CURWENSVILLE – The Rotary Club of Curwensville recently welcomed 2018-19 District Gov. Dan Bennett.
Bennett facilitated an inspirational discussion on Rotary International and also offered unique ideas to increase membership.
The Rotary Club of Curwensville has a strong presence in the community and is always in need of additional volunteers to assist with projects, such as the Christmas Lights for the town and various fundraising activities including the semiannual blood screen and chicken barbeques.
This year’s District Conference is at the Blair Convention Center. Bennet also recognized the good works of Rotary in communities and around the world. And updated on the mission of eradicating polio around the world.
In 1988, there were 300,000 new cases of polio worldwide. In 2017 there were 13 new cases identified worldwide due to the mission work of Rotary International.