Welcome to District 6630 E-ClubNEO

 
Rotary E-ClubNEO is a hybrid Rotary club.  We meet online at least twice a month and in person for periodic service and social events.  All our members live or work in Northeast Ohio to facilitate service and friendship among us. If you are dedicated to service, ready to share ideas, join leaders and take action  for lasting change, consider joining us!  
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New Members Join E-ClubNEO! 
 
Jim McKee, as a PDG, former Membership Chair and representing our home club,  the Rotary Club of Northampton/Cuyahoga Valley,  recently inducted two new members into our club.  We welcome them both and look forward to getting to know them! 
 
Anyone in the northeast Ohio area who is looking for a vibrant online Rotary club but in-person service and fellowship is welcome to consider our club.  
 
 
 
Protecting the Environment is now one of Rotary's causes.
How does Rotary plan to do this?
 
"We are committed to supporting activities that strengthen the conservation and protection of  our natural resources,  and foster harmony between communities and the environment.  We empower communities to access grants and other resources, embrace local solutions and spur innovation in an effort to address the causes and  reduce the effects of climate change and environmental degradation." - Rotary International website/accessed 2/10/2021
 
What innovative projects to protect the environment can we develop here in northeast Ohio?  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interested in learning more about our flexible, energetic and service-oriented club?  Contact us using the form below and follow our Facebook page.   Rotary E-Club of District 6630
 
 
Service Projects

New Service Project

Our club identified foster children as one of our concerns during a brainstorming session.  We learned that Portage County Job and Family Services wanted to provide birthday bags to 200 foster children in the county.  These bags contain the elements for a festive birthday party. Our first group of 35 bags was delivered in January to Public Information Officer Kim McClendon. 
 
 
More bags will be needed in coming months.  Our club would welcome partner clubs for this fun project that will make a foster child feel recognized.  
 
 
 
E-ClubNEO is seeking service project opportunities in northeast Ohio communities where we can make a difference. We are also available to help other clubs with their projects.  
 
Email and let us know if you could use our members' help!  
 
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