This week Emmaus Rotary celebrates International Women's Day! 

Alicia Ruiz-Orbin and her Committee have put together another fantastic program to recognize Women in Rotary and celebrate the achievements of Women making a difference in the Community.  You will leave feeling inspired and learn a bit of the history behind IWD and Women who have influenced Rotary International. This is the perfect program to invite a guest to! Last year I had the opportunity to share this special day with 3 of my dear girlfriends and share with them what the heck this Rotary thing is that I talk about all the time! So, call up your bestie and ask them to join you on Thursday! 

To make the day even more fun and bring us all together in celebration I encourage you to wear PURPLE on Thursday! Why....Because Purple is the color of International Women's Day! 
Purple, green and white are the colors of International Women's Day. The colors originated from the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) in the UK in 1908.
  • Purple represents justice, dignity, and loyalty to the cause. 
  • Green stands for hope.
  • White symbolizes purity.
Shine Bright Friends!
Meghan Reed
President, Emmaus Rotary Club 2022/23

ERC IWD Celebration 2022