Greenfield Rotary hosts district governor


Bill Shula, governor of Rotary District 6670 which includes the Greenfield and Hillsboro clubs, visited the Greenfield Rotary Club on Thursday and imparted his own personal experience with the Rotary International theme of being a gift to the world. Shula said that others sharing their gifts with him at a time when he faced a life-threatening medical emergency – from the actions of first responders to the knowledge of medical staff and the support of his family — is what saved his life. He said everyone has something to give no matter where a person is in their life, and that giving contributing to the “bigger picture” is what Rotary is about.

Bill Shula, governor of Rotary District 6670 which includes the Greenfield and Hillsboro clubs, visited the Greenfield Rotary Club on Thursday and imparted his own personal experience with the Rotary International theme of being a gift to the world. Shula said that others sharing their gifts with him at a time when he faced a life-threatening medical emergency – from the actions of first responders to the knowledge of medical staff and the support of his family — is what saved his life. He said everyone has something to give no matter where a person is in their life, and that giving contributing to the “bigger picture” is what Rotary is about.


Bill Shula, governor of Rotary District 6670 which includes the Greenfield and Hillsboro clubs, visited the Greenfield Rotary Club on Thursday and imparted his own personal experience with the Rotary International theme of being a gift to the world. Shula said that others sharing their gifts with him at a time when he faced a life-threatening medical emergency – from the actions of first responders to the knowledge of medical staff and the support of his family — is what saved his life. He said everyone has something to give no matter where a person is in their life, and that giving contributing to the “bigger picture” is what Rotary is about.

Bill Shula, governor of Rotary District 6670 which includes the Greenfield and Hillsboro clubs, visited the Greenfield Rotary Club on Thursday and imparted his own personal experience with the Rotary International theme of being a gift to the world. Shula said that others sharing their gifts with him at a time when he faced a life-threatening medical emergency – from the actions of first responders to the knowledge of medical staff and the support of his family — is what saved his life. He said everyone has something to give no matter where a person is in their life, and that giving contributing to the “bigger picture” is what Rotary is about.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2015/08/web1_Shula1.jpgBill Shula, governor of Rotary District 6670 which includes the Greenfield and Hillsboro clubs, visited the Greenfield Rotary Club on Thursday and imparted his own personal experience with the Rotary International theme of being a gift to the world. Shula said that others sharing their gifts with him at a time when he faced a life-threatening medical emergency – from the actions of first responders to the knowledge of medical staff and the support of his family — is what saved his life. He said everyone has something to give no matter where a person is in their life, and that giving contributing to the “bigger picture” is what Rotary is about.

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