20
Feb
2020
Exeter
Sheraton at Sable Oaks
200 Sable Oaks Dr
South Portland, ME 04106
United States of America

$45.00 - Discussions on emigration, migration, immigration, refugees, asylum seekers, work visas, green cards, and citizenship. 

Our world has a large and serious problem.           Locally, we have a large and serious problem.

Rotarians have long been involved with helping those who are less fortunate and who are in need. We have Rotarians who have worked, and/or who are currently working, to assist those in need, on both a global scale and locally. Who are these Rotarians; what have they done; how can we help them?

                                               Are we doing enough?          If not, what else can we do?
                                     How can we help?                    I want to help – who should I contact?

5:00    Doors open, registration, networking 

5:30 – 6:30   Salon B & C
           Overview, led by AG Holly Sargent, AG Marilyn McLaughlin, Nsiona Nguizani (Cultural Broker, Brunswick), and Abdullahi Ali (Gateway Community Services, Portland). Open to all interested parties.

5:30 – 6:00   Salon A
            Major Donor Appreciation Event (by invitation only), led by Lawrence Furbish, for Major Donors, Paul Harris Society Members, and Bequest Society Members.

6:10 – 6:30   Salon A 
           District and Club International Committees’ joint meeting, led by Emma Bodwell. Open to all interested parties.

6:45 – 7:35   Dinner and Awards

7:35 – 8:00   Keynote speaker, Rachel Davidson, Esquire
           Rachel, a Rotary Peace Fellow, is a high energy, passionate, compelling, immigration attorney practicing in NYC working to assist refugee and immigrant families and children in need.

8:00 – 9:00   Informal discussion and networking continues.