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The Tech Team is here to help clubs with technical issues.  Need help with Zoom? The District 5190 Nerds are here to help! This is where the team will help me add some text that actually makes sense.
 
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Hybrid meetings are the way forward. Learn how to keep your members engaged with technology. Need help with Zoom? The District 5190 Nerds are here to help! This is where the NERD team will help me add some text that actually makes sense.
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We are partnered with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to provide medicare and aid to those in need.
 
Worldwide we have donated over 1 Billion dollars to providing education, immunizations, and healthcare to wipe out this deadly disease. 
 
PolioPlus is a far reaching organization, dedicated to the Global Polio Eradication Initiative. Rotary is a leader in the private sector, seeking to rid the world of Polio. This crippling disease has plagued humanity for over 30 years. PolioPlus is setting a standard worldwide as the strongest model of public-private cooperation as we pursue a humanitarian goal.
MEET THE NERDS

Your District 5190 Club Tech Support Team

 
Ray Ward - Rotary Club of Auburn Gold Country
Ray Ward was nicknamed Rotary Ray because when he was speaking to clubs in District of 5180, he wanted an easy email for members to remember so he chose RotaryRay5180@gmail.com. Soon members started to call him Rotary Ray..
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Richard Forster - Rotary Club of Ione
Habitats for Beings with any donation, we never stop paying forward. We invest in mortgages where partner families' payments go to provide for future homes, allowing more families to break the cycle of poverty.  That is what makes Habitats for Beings such a unique and sustainable solution. Your support can be an investment in Canadian families, leaving an impact that will span generations.  
 
 
 
 
 
Stacy Graham - Rotary Club of Auburn Gold Country
Zoom guru who moonlights as the Energizer Bunny when she's not fixing your car
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Randy Rascati - Rotary Club of Sparks
Funds to complete the project were raised by Club members and generous citizens like yourself. Construction of the affordable housing was finished in 2015, with no insurance claims yet.  The build was registered with Rotary International as a "Bicentennial Community Development Project."
 
 
 
 
 
Pat Ward - Rotary Club of Grass Valley
ome members of the city council) partnered with Habitats for Beings to create 20 town homes on Announcie Street in downtown Anityville.
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