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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Exciting Times for E-ClubNEO! 
Dizzy Duck Derby on October 24th.  
Would you like to win $1000,  help the Rotary Club of Port Summit raise money for local service projects AND share some profits with E-ClubNEO?  For $20, you can buy a flock of three ducks - three chances to win $1000 while doing good in our communities.  
Buy ducks online here and indicate that you want to
benefit EClubNEO as well.   
Are your ducks in this row?  Ready, Set, Go! 
Watch online or in person at 
Melanie Lake
2881 Canton Road -- Springfield Township
Full details at www.porsumro.org 
EClubNEO is grateful to the Rotary Club of Port Summit
for sharing some of their profits
to help our new club build its treasury and
launch our own service!  
Our Vocabulary
In the upper right hand corner, see a link to Meetings which are our twice monthly events for members.  In the future, we will be set up to provide Make Up meetings.  
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

Our club helped with the 2020 Shoebox Project. 

These boxes, often accompanied by Rotarians from District 6630, go to children in Chinandega, Nicaraugua who live on or near the dump.  Over many years, Rotarians have worked to improve these childrens'  lives, and we are honored to help. Read more about what happened in Chinandega. 
Our club is seeking service project opportunities in our 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!  
RI News
In a time of social upheaval, where should America go?

Chicago Rotarian Xavier Ramey says the key to creating an equitable society is understanding where we’ve been

Rotarians pledge to restore the monarch butterfly’s disappearing habitat

Seventy-five percent of the world’s plant species are dependent on pollinators, such as the monarch, to survive

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