Clover Park Rotarian and Lakewood Chiropractor, Dr. Marc Tillotson, has produced a video for the Rotary Clubs of Tokoyo, Japan. Tokyo Rotarians expressed an interest in learning more about the Lakewood Club. The film captures a greeting in Japanese from club members, interviews, an overview of a typical weekly meeting, and a presentation by Lakewood Police Chief Bret Farrar. It is an effort to familiarize Tokyo Rotarians with Lakewood and encourage their members to attend a local meeting when they are in Washington.
All Rotarians are encouraged to attend a weekly meeting at their own club or one in the area they are visiting. Doing so, promotes Rotarians key mission to serve their community and those in need throughout the world. By participating in club service projects, members learn about their clubs involvement in local and international projects. The Tokyo — Lakewood link will foster Clover Park‚Äôs service projects as well as those we share with Rotarians everywhere.
Rotary is an international organization of service clubs. There are more than 32,000 clubs and 1.2 million members. Club‚Äôs similar to Clover Park‚Äôs, bring together business and professional leaders to provide humanitarian service locally and internationally, encourage high ethical standards, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. An international goal that is within reach and one that Rotarians world-wide fund and volunteer their time and talents to address is the eradication of Polio.
Anyone interested in learning more about Rotary is welcomed to attend Clover Park‚Äôs weekly meeting. It is held Wednesday at noon at the Oakbrook Golf and Country Club.Print This Post