Welcome and congratulations to the new President, Mike Ritter, and the board of directors for 2020-2021! Our virtual installation was led by District 6990 Governor Peter Verbeeck who spoke of the vision of Rotary and of our District. But first, Past President Garth Friesen gave out a few awards: Rising Star Award went to Lauren […]
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Welcome to the new Rotary year! Garth Friesen and his team did an amazing job! Here’s a look back at 2019-2020: The club’s Service Co-Chairs, Elizabeth Edwards and Ally Halperin, helped our club complete some of our favorite service projects including LifeNet4Familes, Sallah Foundation Children’s Hospital, Pack a Sack, Rise Against Hunger, The Giving Tree, […]
Each year our club tries to do one more thing than the year before to help tell our club’s story. Afterall, when people know the good work we do in our communities and around the world, they want to be a part of it. This helps us attract more members, more donations, and allows us […]
District 6990 recently had their annual District Training Assembly to prepare club Presidents, Treasurers and Secretaries for the coming year. Due to COVID-19, this year’s assembly was held completely online via Zoom. Thanks to the easier online format, our district was able to have amazing guest speakers, including incoming Rotary International President Holger Knaack. If […]
Because of our collective efforts across the U.S and internationally, we are part of completed distributions of 31,320,683 dictionaries (a/o Oct 27th) to third grade students. If you’d like more background on this project, here’s a link: https://www.dictionaryproject.org/ Thanks to all the Rotarians and their guests who came out to Ritter Communications to help label dictionaries. We […]
If you missed Alan Cohn’s presentation on October 16th well…we all missed it.
Due to technical difficulties, Alan wasn’t able to show this presentation. But you can download it here!
HANDY provided a Thanksgiving dinner to the children they serve and their families. Our Rotary club helped set up the event, served the food at the event and helped clean up after the event.
The Rotary Club of Fort Lauderdale Cypress Creek has adopted 10 children at Liberty Elementary School in Margate Florida and delivered our first set of weekly bags. In addition, we delivered 15 Boxes of Hope. Each box feeds a family of 4 for Thanksgiving.
On Saturday, September 23rd, Rotarians gathered at Ritter Communications to label the dictionaries, which are now ready for distribution to 3rd graders at local elementary schools.
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