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Rotary Club of League City's
Polar Bear Plunge

The Rotary Club of League City is preparing for it’s holiday fundraiser, The Polar Bear Plunge for Polio Plus.  It is being  held at the South Shore Harbour Resort Pool on Saturday, December 9, 2017 at 9 AM.  The goal is to raise funds for  Rotary International’s Polio Plus campaign. The Polio Plus campaign has been making headlines lately, continuing its partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the World Health Organization, just a few short strides now from eradicating polio from the world.

 

 

 

 

 
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Lunch Meetings Thursdays at 12 Noon (2nd Thursday Service Project SEE BELOW!)

Luna's Mexican Restaurant
6555 South Shore Blvd., League City, TX 77573

 

         

2nd Thursday - Galveston County Food Truck Distribution Day

@ League City Elementary (709 E. Wilkins, League City) 1-4PM

Come join the fun and VOLUNTEER OR HAVE YOUR COMPANY OR ORGANIZATION BE A SPONSOR for only $250.00

 

 
 
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