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Recent Talks At Rotary Club Of Los Alamos

on November 15, 2017 - 6:14am
At the Nov. 14 Los Alamos Rotary Club meeting, Christine Glidden of the Rotary Club of Rio Rancho describes her Rotary International Grant and the inspiration behind founding the non-profit 'Women To Be' that provides reusable feminine hygiene products for young and adult women in Nepal. The project will expand to Zambia in 2018. Glidden is seen here, center, with UNM student Kristin Joe, Rotary President Laura Loy, Andrew Chapuma - emissary to the King of Zambia, Bemba Tribe and International Service Chair Jean Gindreau. Photo by Rob Metcalf

Diane Kessel Knight, an accomplished Rotarian from Fort Collins, Colo., spoke Nov. 7 to the Los Alamos Rotary Club about the importance of supporting The Rotary Foundation. By taking pledges, she raised more than $20,000 by climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, to support a nearby hospital. Photo by Rob Metcalf


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