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Manhattan Konza

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 7:00 AM
K-State Foundation Building
1880 Kimball Avenue
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1605
Manhattan, KS 66502
United States of America
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Joe Berninger, founder of the Guatemala Literacy Project (GLP), and Jim Hunt, a past District Governor and member of the Rotary Club of Ohio Pathways (D-6600), are organizing Rotary service trips to Guatemala and we are looking for interested Rotarians. 
                                                
The GLP is the largest grassroots, multi-club, multi-district effort in the Rotary world not directed by RI itself and—according to former RI President Ian Riseley—the “gold standard” of Rotary projects. Over 600 Rotary clubs from 8 countries have participated in the GLP since its inception in 1996. GLP Textbook, Computer, Teacher Training, and Youth Development programs currently serve more than 50,000 impoverished children.
 
And we need Rotarians to join the following service trips to Guatemala:
·         Feb 1-9, 2020
·         Feb 18-23, 2020
·         July 12-18, 2020
·         July 21-26, 2020
 
These trips offer a variety of experiences: some are longer or shorter; some more hands-on; yet all give you the opportunity to serve as a meaningful part of Rotary’s work fighting poverty in Guatemala. Please visit the project’s website for more details.
 
If you have any questions, you can email Joe at joe@guatemalaliteracy.org
 
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Chair, Grants
Chair, Water Matters Day
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