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MEDINA SUNRISE ROTARY launches initiative to support our friends and neighbors in Medina County facing financial loss from the pandemic. GIVE NOW: MEDINA SUNRISE ROTARY COMMUNITY FUND [LINKS]  at bottom of the page

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Tuesdays at 7:15 AM
P O Box 1726
Medina, OH 44258
United States of America
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Chair Community Service
Chair Vocational Service
Chair Club Service
Chair International Service
Chair Youth Service
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Peace Fellowship Chair
Youth Exchange Chair
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Greeter / Set-up
Program Chair
Wine and Roses Chair
Literacy Chair
Scholarship Chair
McClintock Service Award Chair
Ray Award Chair
Executive Secretary
ClubRunner Chair
Public Relations Director
Rotaract Ecuador Governor General
Spiritual Aims Chair
Membership Chair
Club Auditor
Past President
Interact Contact
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Grants Chair
A. Z. Baker Award Chair
 

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