Welcome to eClub District 5010 International (Alaska)
The purpose of our Rotary eClub is to extend Rotary to business professionals and community leaders in Rotary District 5010 who are unable to meet traditional attendance requirements. The inability to attend a traditional Rotary club could be the result of demanding business or professional commitments, extensive travel, confinement due to ill health or disability, or residence beyond reasonable distance from an existing Rotary Club.
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eClub Meeting Information
Please Join Us!
Club Meetings via ZOOM
2nd and 4th Saturdays - 7:45 am Social / 8:00 am Meeting (Alaska time)
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USA: 1.646.558.8656
Canada: 1.647.558.0588
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Member Spotlight
Who is Nancy? During a recent FaceTime session with Nancy, I asked three questions which I thought would help us to get to know her better.  
Service Feature
The eClub, together with the generosity of its members and District 5010 Rotary, helped feed Alaska kids with 2500.00 in support to Kids Kupboard....click image to read more
News from eClub of District 5010 International (Alaska)

 Welcome Abbie!Abbie Stevenson

A warm eClub welcome to Abbie Stevenson, our newest member.  
After a world of experiences from growing up in New York to living in Botswana while working with the Peace Corps, Abbie now calls Ketchikan (Alaska) home.
Her professional background includes financial services, working as an analyst for Credit Suisse, to an on-air producer for CNBC’s "Mad Money with Jim Cramer". In the Peace Corps, she worked with the Botswana government in carrying out its HIV/AIDS response program, which included responsibilities from teaching and communications to producing the Peace Corps Botswana newsletter and social media channels. Abbie has a passion for storytelling, social media and conquering the latest digital platforms, she reports, and has just started a new position as Media & Communications Manager at KPUtv with the City of Ketchikan. 
She is a hands-on volunteer, including with Habitat for Humanity and the ASPCA, enjoys walking dogs of any size or ownership, and is often seen in this pursuit around Ketchikan. Abbie is also a meditation instructor.
Welcome to Alaska and to Rotary, Abbie!
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