A big thank you to the Rotary Club and Kimberly Diaz for inviting me to speak at a local meeting this past week. Not only does the Rotary Club stand for something so amazing but the people in the group truly reflect their mission. I was invited into their morning meeting with bright smiles and kind hearts. We sang, ate and watched as each member shared their contributions of time and efforts to bettering the community and serving the world one event, dollar and meeting at a time! 

At the end of our meeting, The Rotary Club presented me with a certificate of appreciation. This was not a normal certificate, they donated 10 doses of polio to eradicate polio in the world. This is the best appreciation gift I could ever receive.


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