In December of 2021 a devastating tornado struck western Kentucky, massively damaging 18 counties and towns and destroying entire communities. The region still has not recovered fully, and faces an ongoing scarcity of resources. Rotary district 6710, in the affected region, calls upon all Rotarians to donate generously to recovery efforts, so that they may rebuild.
Rotary Club of Towsontowne newest President Andrew Ross gives his introduction speech to the members of Towsontowne Rotary, along with introducing members of his board, Jenette Young, Adekunle Onalaja, Jane Brewer, Sharon Bregel, Rob Ketron, Ann Marie Ketron, Ann Saar, George Brown, Mahmood Farazdaghi, and Suzanne Pearce.
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The Towsontowne Strollers promotes physical fitness and care of our environment through noncompetitive sporting events. Our events are designed to help people have fun, become fit, make friends and appreciate the environment through volkssporting.
Volkssporting is an international sport that includes noncompetitive walks, hikes, bike rides, swims, and in some regions cross-country skiing. You choose when to participate and can participate in the sport at your own pace. Walking – also called “volksmarching” – is the most popular of all the volkssporting activities. The normal distances are 5 kilometers (3.1 miles) or 10 kilometers (6.2 miles).