You Can’t Keep a Good Club Down, or How Prestonwood Rotary Responded to the Corona Virus in its Own Indomitable Way
The corona virus (Covid-19 in medical talk) sneaked up on us the way that Carl Sandburg described fog in his famous poem… “on little cat feet.” But this cat had not only a viscious scratch; it also possessed the bite of a tiger – powerful and often fatal.
By mid-March, many organizations were facing the possibility of shutting down or dramatically altering their operations. Rotary clubs across America were faced with this painful dilemma, because so much of what Rotary does is based on the personal contact of its members… and the orders for self-quarantining and lack of being able to congregate pushed most Rotary clubs to the limit.
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