SUMMER STYLES Fashion Parade

The Rotary Club of Concord, in conjunction with GAYLE’S Boutique, presents SUMMER STYLES Fashion Parade, with net proceeds to support the Parkinson’s Disease Centre, Concord Hospital.

Saturday 21st October from 2.00pm, at Breakfast Point Administration Building, Magnolia Drive, Breakfast Point

Don’t miss this wonderful afternoon, which includes on arrival a glass of summer sparkling & hors d’oeuvres. There will also be Raffles and Prizes on the day.

So be quick... there’s a limit of only 90 seats. $50.00 per head, includes a glass summer sparkling & hors d’oeuvres

SUMMER STYLES Fashion Parade 2023-10-20 13:00:00Z 0

Inaugural Peter Smith Memorial Scholarship awardees

I represented our Club at a weekly HBHS Interact Club meeting on 27th February led by Dane Perrott (A regular supporter of the Concord Farmers’ Markets pack up team) and in the presence of School Patron Mrs G. Anton and Interact Club Patron of Strathfield Rotary Club, Rotarian Rod McDougall.
Inaugural Peter Smith Memorial Scholarship awardees Michael Brown 2023-03-06 13:00:00Z 0
Rotary Adopt-A-Tree Project Launch - 25-26 January 2022 2022-01-24 13:00:00Z 0 #EnvironmentalSustainability,#rotaryadoptatree
Climate and Peace Forum - 15th February 2022 2022-01-24 13:00:00Z 0 #ClimateandPeace,#EnvironmentalSustainability,#RotaryToastmastersAlliance
Rotary 2022-23 Theme Announced! 2022-01-23 13:00:00Z 0 #Imagine,#RotaryImagines,#RotaryTheme2022-23

District AGM, Presidents Meeting and
Foundation Awards Received for 2021

District AGM 2021

Our club was represented at the District AGM & Combined President's Meeting on Friday, 26th November by President Connie Day (online), President Elect Allan Petersen (online) and Secretary Angela Porritt (in person).  The meeting was held at The Warwick in Cabramatta and saw Presidents and Club representatives come together from across all of District 9675 from Greater Sydney to the Illawarra to celebrate the past year.

Foundation Awards

Foundation Awards were presented first with President Judith Humphrey's of the Rotary Club of Camden receiving The Rotary Foundation Award.
The Rotary Club of Concord was recognized as one of a number of Clubs which made significant contributions of funds to The Rotary Foundation from programs run by the club (excluding members individual donations) receiving a Level One Club Donor certificate.  Secretary Angela accepted the award on behalf of the Club from Past District Governor Warwick Richardson.  Also making significant contributions were the Rotary Clubs of Bondi Junction, Botany Randwick, Campsie, Engadine, Fairy Meadow, Holroyd, Ingleburn, Koggorah, Liverpool West, MacArthur Sunrise & Rockdale City.
District AGM, Presidents Meeting andFoundation Awards Received for 2021 2021-12-04 13:00:00Z 0 #regionalization,#rotaryadoptatree

Thanks from Sydney Cancer Survivorship Centre

Posted on Sep 27, 2021

Thanks Received from Cancer Survivorship Centre

The following card was received late last week from the Sydney Cancer Survivorship Centre in recognition of the donation from our club.
The late Peter Smith, Member of the Rotary Club of Strathfield and Honorary Member of the Rotary Club of Concord, was a great supporter of the wonderful work done by the Cancer Survivorship Centre associated with Concord Hospital and it was with pride that our club was able to make a contribution to the centre following Peter's passing.
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Rotary and Toastmasters Alliance 2021-06-19 14:00:00Z 0 #2020RotaryVirtualConvention,#RotaryInternational,#RotaryToastmastersAlliance,#Toastmasters

7 Weeks to Shelter!

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Fundraising Underway!

With only 7 weeks to go until Angela and Oscar head to the red centre to join Rotarians from around the country in ShelterBox's Trek4Shelter, Larapinta Trek Challenge our fundraising is well underway with our second event having been held at Concord Rotary's Farmers Market, Sunday, 6th June.  Setting up the tent is still somewhat of a challenge but we are sure with more practice we can only improve.  The bucket collection from the market was generously donated to our fundraising target by the Homebush Boys Interact Club who enthusiastically helped us with both setting up the market and ShelterBox tent.  Thank you enormously to Rotarian Peter Smith, member of the Rotary Club of Strathfield and Honorary member of our club for coordinating and organizing the Interact volunteers.
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Triple H FM - Rotary Matters - Ron Brown speaks about RESCA 2021-06-05 14:00:00Z 0 #AusRESCA,#RESCA,#RotaryMatters,#TripleHFM
Mother's Day at Majors Bay Road Angela Porritt 2021-05-08 14:00:00Z 1 #ConcordChamberOfCommerce,#MothersDay,#Rotary,#RotaryClubOfConcordAustralia

Graffiti Removal Day - Call for Volunteers

Posted by Angela Porritt on Mar 24, 2021

Graffiti Removal Day

Secretary of Burwood Rotaract, Alex Malubag, is calling for volunteers to help their Rotaract Club members with the removal of graffiti in Burwood on Sunday, 28th March 2021 - Graffiti Removal Day!
Burwood Rotaract Club has been assigned a site on Wentworth Road, Burwood between Jersey Road and Woodside Avenue and would appreciate any additional hands available from our club.
Volunteers need to wear clothes that they don't mind getting paint on.  Burwood Rotaract has some overalls that can be borrowed but are not able to guarantee availability of the correct sizing for everyone.
If you are able to help, please contact Secretary Alex by email at as soon as possible for more information.
Click the following link for more information on Graffiti Removal Day.

Graffiti Removal Day - Call for Volunteers Angela Porritt 2021-03-23 13:00:00Z 0 #burwoodrotaractaustralia,#concordrotaryaustralia,#graffitiremovalday,#graffitiremovalday2021,#volunteer

Australia Day Lamington Drop

Posted by Angela Porritt on Jan 26, 2021
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Australia Day Lamington Drop

Australia Day began for a few of us with an early morning meet at the home of our Vocational Service Director, Peter Reynolds.  Peter and his wife, Mariana very graciously accepted delivery of club banners, promotional material, masks and "Ask Me about Rotary" buttons on Friday 22nd January, which were stored in their garage for the weekend. On Monday, 25th January, the Reynolds gave up their loungeroom for the afternoon and evening after taking delivery of 29 boxes of lamingtons, each containing 30 lamingtons which they guarded from the sweltering heat with a portable air-conditioner generously donated by Michael & Lillian Hayes, ensuring the chocolate on 870 lamingtons did not melt.  Bright and early on Australia Day, Peter and Mariana set up a collection point in their driveway from which the clubs in our local area could complete COVID check-ins, sanitise their hands, collect the fantastic Australia Day club banners Rotary District 9675 provided, as well as buttons and masks.  Oscar Jones and Rosario Carbarjal from the newly formed Rotary Club of Iron Cove were the first to arrive at 8:30am, collecting 100 lamingtons & coffee vouchers which they delivered to Burwood Police Area Command. 
Australia Day Lamington Drop Angela Porritt 2021-01-25 13:00:00Z 0 #australiaday,#espresso96,#espressocucina,#lovelamingtons,#majorsbayroad,#organica,#reflectrespectcelebrate,#rotarysaysthankyou,#toco espresso

Order of Australia Medal - Mrs Lois Michel

Posted on Jan 26, 2021
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Congratulations Lois Michel!

The Rotary Club of Concord wishes to extend congratulations to one of our long standing and honorary members Lois Michel who has today been announced as a recipient of an Order of Australia Medal for her services to the community through heritage societies.
Congratulations Lois we are all very proud of the wonderful work you have done and continue to do!
Order of Australia Medal - Mrs Lois Michel Angela Porritt 2021-01-25 13:00:00Z 0 #OrderOfAustraliaMedal,#australiaday
St George Police Area Command Thank Rotary 2021-01-24 13:00:00Z 0 #australiaday,#reflectrespectcelebrate,#rotarysaysthankyou
WIN News Illawarra Lamington Drop 2021-01-24 13:00:00Z 0 #australiaday,#reflectrespectcelebrate,#rotarysaysthankyou
R100 National Australia Day Event 2021-01-13 13:00:00Z 0
District Conference 2021 2021-01-12 13:00:00Z 0

Walk to Lift the Lid on Mental Illness

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Walk in October to Lift the Lid on Mental Illness

Throughout October this year our members will be walking to raise funds for Mental Health.  For every kilometre our club members walk the Rotary Club of Concord will be donating $1 to Australian Rotary Health to support research into Mental Health.
Read more to see how we are progressing.
Walk to Lift the Lid on Mental Illness 2020-10-02 14:00:00Z 0 #LiftTheLid,#MentalHealth

Lift the Lid - Hat Day!

Only 2 weeks until Australian Rotary Health celebrates Hat Day on World Mental Health Day, October 10!

If you can't celebrate on that day, that's okay - we have plenty of events you can get involved in/support during Mental Health Month in October. Of course, you can host your own as well! 

By supporting Hat Day you are helping to Lift the Lid on Mental Illness by breaking down the stigma and contributing to vital mental health research. 

We know that 1 in 5 Australians experience a mental illness every year, but with COVID-19, these figures may have increased. Therefore, it is more important than ever that we continue to fund mental health research, especially for our youth.
Lift the Lid - Hat Day! 2020-09-29 14:00:00Z 0 #HatDay,#HatDay20,#LiftTheLid,#MentalHealth,#MentalIllness
Lift the Lid Afternoon Tea with Prof. Felice Jacka (Zoom) 2020-09-29 14:00:00Z 0 #LiftTheLid,#MentalIllness,#WorldMentalHealthDay

Rotary in Harmony Classical Concert (Zoom)

11th October 2020


As a gift of music to our fellow Rotarians, families and communities, please join us on Zoom on Sunday, 11th October at 3pm.

In this year 2020 when many have found themselves in trying times, the value of the enjoyment of music on one's mental health has prompted a group of D9800 Rotarians to gather vocalists and musicians together for an afternoon concert to uplift the soul.

This concert is FREE but you are encouraged to donate to Australian Rotary Health.

Book Here

Rotary in Harmony Classical Concert (Zoom) 2020-09-29 14:00:00Z 0 #ClassicalConcert,#RotaryInHarmony

Presidents' Message September 2020

Posted by Angela Porritt
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As September and Springtime arrived we turned our attention to Basic Education and Literacy.  This month we had wonderfully informative talks from John Walters of the Rotary Club of Engadine about the See It, Say It, Share It immersive and icon reading & literacy project and are in talks with the other Rotary Clubs that meet on Wangal land in the Eora Nation to have a Wangal story produced in this format for the children of our communities and further afield.  In addition Jenny-Lee Scharnboeck from Take 3 for the Sea spoke to us about plastic pollution and the importance of removing and preventing plastic from entering the sea and our environment.  Also joining us were Jackie MacCullagh and Linda Connor from the Concord Emergency Department Sustenance Team and our own Peter Dowley who spoke to us about how to keep ourselves and our accounts safe when interacting with the virtual world.  If you missed any of these presentations follow the links above to view the video recording of each presentation.  I will provide updated links as the videos become available or you can check out our Speakers Presentations page in News & Updates. 
One of the wonderful things about literacy and being able to read is the many places, experiences and things that can be learned.  Even more than that reading and sharing stories unites people and friends through a shared experience.  In addition to supporting the See It, Say It, Share It project I am encouraging anyone who enjoys a good story to join me in supporting Shelterbox in a new way by joining their book club.
Plastic Fact: Over 1 million plastic bottles are purchased every minute around the world. Single-use plastic water bottles are a major source of pollution, clog landfills and require large amounts of energy and water to make and transport.
Solution: Refuse plastic bottles and seek reusable alternatives. Don’t drink bottled water, instead purchase a quality reusable drink bottle and source healthy drinking water from the tap or bulk sources. Every single-use bottle you refuse is a positive move for the planet. Take 3 for the Sea
Presidents' Message September 2020 Angela Porritt 2020-09-29 14:00:00Z 0 #RotaryClubofConcord,#SeeItSayItShareIt,#Take3,#Take3ForTheSea,#plasticfacts
Virtually Alice Springs Zone 8 Conference 2020-08-13 14:00:00Z 0 #AliceSprings,#Rotary,#VirtualConference


Nominations Now Open! 

The NSW Inspirational Women’s Awards are an initiative of the combined efforts of a group of passionate Women Rotarians in the Greater Sydney and Illawarrra Clubs. In keeping with Rotary’s motto of ’Service Above Self’, the purpose of the Awards is to acknowledge and celebrate community service performed by women through their vocations, selfless gifts of their skills, their time in various activities and endeavours. The Awards recognise the work done by women, the “quiet achievers”, whose actions inspire others and make a real difference in their communities.
The Awards are open to all women above the age of 18 years of age across NSW and members of the public are encouraged to submit online nominations at 
NSW INSPIRATIONAL WOMEN’S AWARDS 2020 2020-08-08 14:00:00Z 0

Presidents' Message August 2020

Posted by Angela Porritt
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And before we knew it August was upon us and despite the persistence of COVID-19 and the worrying thought of it lurking wildly in places unknown in the community we continue on as best we can, maintaining social distancing, looking out for each other and keeping our Market customers and each other safe.
August is Membership and New Club development month within Rotary.  In line with that we will be holding a Club Assembly on 24th August to discuss members interests and ideas for the coming month and to prepare for a visit from District Governor Warwick Richardson.  Our club has a very busy schedule ahead with our second Market of the month coming up this weekend as well as having a number of speakers joining us at our Monday night meetings.  Please refer to our Speakers Schedule for more information.
We also have a club picnic scheduled for 30th August at another one of our beautiful local parks so keep an eye on our calendar for more details and remember to Take 3 for the Sea!
Plastic Fact: Over 8.3 billion tonnes of plastic has been made since its mass production began in the 1950s. Only 9% of this plastic has been recycled, the other 91% sits in landfill, floats in our oceans or has been burned.
Presidents' Message August 2020 Angela Porritt 2020-08-08 14:00:00Z 0 #ConcordRotaryFarmersMarket,#RotaryClubofConcord,#plasticfacts

Presidents' Message July 2020

Posted by Angela Porritt
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Welcome to the new Rotary Year!
Each year Rotary International chooses a theme for clubs to focus on.  For 2020-21, a year that promises to be unlike any other we have been provided with a theme that embodies hope and encourages us to embrace change - Rotary Opens Opportunities.
Presidents' Message July 2020 Angela Porritt 2020-07-04 14:00:00Z 0

Rotary International Convention 2020

Posted on Jun 21, 2020

Join us during the 2020 Rotary Virtual Convention, 20-26 June, for activities beyond the general sessions that will get you moving, help you get involved, and connect you with members from around the world.

Rotary International Convention 2020 2020-06-20 14:00:00Z 0
Monday night's Zoom Meeting 2020-05-25 14:00:00Z 0 Eggs,Maremma Dogs,Tobias Lehmann,West Walla Farm
Monday night's Zoom Meeting 2020-05-25 14:00:00Z 0

Your Rotary Survey

The District Governors of 2018-19 petitioned the RI Board to develop a proposed pilot structure for Rotary in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific that will help us be relevant for our members, contemporary and flexible.  They now invite all Rotarians to provide feedback on three simple questions:
  1. What is good in Rotary and Rotaract and should be retained?
  2. What needs to change and why?
  3. In an ideal world, how would Rotary and Rotaract be structured and operate?
Your responses will be collated and shared with the working groups to help them develop their proposed strategies and structure, which will feed into the design of a pilot structure for our region.
They request that you be honest and bold and provide your feedback by 21 June 2020.
Your Rotary Survey 2020-05-25 14:00:00Z 0 Regeneration,Survey,Your Rotary,pilot program
Concord Farmers Market - We're Back! David Brown 2020-05-10 14:00:00Z 0 Cintra Park,Concord Rotary Farmers Market,community,fundraising


Posted on May 11, 2020


(Outback Rotary Education Scholarships)

The resumption of our OUTREDS program is certainly a very positive outcome during the period of "hibernation" and proves once again the resilience of Rotary.
I have said it before but it needs reiterating, congratulations to both clubs involved and in particular to those individual members who have put so much effort into the success of this first scholarship which has the additional benefit of adding a further dimension to the relationship we have formed over the past few years.
Press release received from the Rotary Club of Quirindi follows:
OUTREDS - PRESS RELEASE 2020-05-10 14:00:00Z 0 Ian Lobsey,Marika Forsstrom,OUTREDS,Quirindi Rotary Club

President's Message - May 2020

Posted by Charmaine Langley on May 11, 2020
Dear Members, Families, Honorary Members and Friends of Rotary,
I want to thank all of you for joining our weekly online meetings.  It is so important that we check in with each other and know we're doing okay despite the challenges this pandemic has caused many of you.  I understand many of you have had impacts on investments, superannuation, jobs and family members being impacted as well.  Please reach out to us and we can talk through with you how we can help you if you are experiencing challenges.  Thank you to those of you who have reached out and we have tried to find solutions that work best in your situation.
President's Message - May 2020 Charmaine Langley 2020-05-10 14:00:00Z 0 ANZAC Day,COVID-19,Concord Rotary Farmers Market,David Brown,Marika Forsstrom,OUTREDS

President's Update Message - 26 March 2020

Dear Members and Friends of Rotary,
Please join us for our very first online meeting using an App called Zoom on Monday 30th March from 6:30 pm. Angela Porritt will be sending a link, with instructions very soon to you. 
Thank you David Brown for another bumper newsletter received recently. Also, a huge thank you to Angela Porritt, supported by Michael Brown, for a seamless transition to our new website. Thank you to everyone for many years of assisting with the Concord Farmer’s Market - all the behind the scenes meetings, hard work and planning are greatly appreciated.
Please note that the Concord Farmer’s Markets have been cancelled until further notice. We are doing everything we can to support our stall holders via facebook and our website during this tough time. When this is all over, we’ll re-launch the markets, and we know we’ll have club and community support to build the market bigger and better than ever before.  

We care very much about all of you. Please keep us informed if you need our help, need to talk and keep us updated of any illnesses or celebrations. Please, during this challenging time, look out for each other and continue to take precautions as advised to keep yourselves safe. We need to care about each other more now than ever before.  
Thank you for your continued support during this challenging time.
President's Update Message - 26 March 2020 Charmaine Langley 2020-03-25 13:00:00Z 0 COVID-19,Cancellations,Concord Rotary Farmers Markets,Presidents Message

March is Water and Sanitation Month

Posted on Mar 09, 2020
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Clean water, sanitation and hygiene education are basic necessities for a healthy environment and a productive life.
When people have access to clean water and sanitation, waterborne diseases decrease, children stay healthier and attend school more regularly and mothers can spend less time carrying water and more time helping their families.
March is Water and Sanitation Month David Brown 2020-03-08 13:00:00Z 0 Nasik,Rotary Club of Box Hill Central,Rotary-USAID Partnership,The Rotary Foundation,WASH,sanitation,water

Rotary Youth Driving Awareness (RYDA) 2020

Posted on Feb 24, 2020
Rotary Youth Driving Awareness (RYDA) is starting up again for 2020 and Judy Love is after volunteers.  The duties are far from onerous and indeed a reasonably easy day of Rotary fellowship is usually enjoyed along the way.  So, if you have the time and you would like to join in, see Mrs Love for available dates.
On the other hand, if you are new to Rotary and are unsure what RYDA is all about...
Rotary Youth Driving Awareness (RYDA) 2020 David Brown 2020-02-23 13:00:00Z 0 RSE,RYDA,Road Safety Education,Rotary Youth Driving Awareness

Presidents Message - February 2020

Our club's calendar year started off really positively.

The same cannot be said for those drought, bushfire and more recently flood-affected communities.

While on duty on the bucket collection at our market last Sunday, one of the visitors to the market commented that "Australia is a country of extremes as evidenced by a bucket collection for both bushfires, drought and floods". 

Let's spare a thought for those reeling from natures' extremes.

Presidents Message - February 2020 Charmaine Langley 2020-02-22 13:00:00Z 0 Presidents Message,bushfire,drought,flood

Welcome Back in 2020

Welcome to the beginning of another new year where we will continue to have an ongoing commitment to the Liverpool Plains community through the Rotary Club of Quirindi.  At our next two markets we will be collecting tools in conjunction with Harry's Shed for the residents of the Balmoral/Picton area who lost over 200 sheds in the past few weeks.  Ray Kane has already generously delivered a trailer full of tools to the area and hopefully we can add considerably to that.
Welcome Back in 2020 David Brown 2020-02-10 13:00:00Z 0
Club Members Recognised in Australia Day Honours List David Brown 2020-02-02 13:00:00Z 0 Australia Day Honours List,Order of Australia Medal

2019 Christmas Cards

Posted on Dec 09, 2019
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The Rotary Club of Concord says 'Thank you" to all our friends, supporters and charities who have kindly sent us Christmas Cards, which we would like to share with you here and will add to as they are received.
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Welcome to Daniel Music 2019-08-22 14:00:00Z 0
A Visit with the Rotary Club of Guernsey Evelyn Scott OAM 2019-08-22 14:00:00Z 0

The continuing fight against malaria

Posted by David Brown on Jul 29, 2019
Rotarians Against Malaria (RAM) - an activity of Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) is a volunteer-run organisation working to eliminated malaria.  In 1900s, malaria was pandemic in the world.  One can only imaging the burden of malaria disease to all countries.
Progress has been made.  Fifteen years ago, malaria killed a child every thirty seconds.  Under the Millennium Development Goals, however, considerable progress was made in preventing, diagnosing and treating malaria.  As a result, deaths have fallen by 60 percent.  Now under the ambitious Sustainable Development Goals, we are aiming to reduce malaria cases and deaths by a further 90 percent by 2030.
The continuing fight against malaria David Brown 2019-07-28 14:00:00Z 0 Griffith University,,Professor Michael Good,RABS,RAM,The Malaria Vaccine Project,,malaria,,vaccine

August is Membership Month...

Posted by David Brown on Jul 29, 2019
All of us are ambassadors of Rotary and of our club.  Do you remember who invited you to Rotary?  Did someone call you and invite you to your first meeting or did you seek out Rotary on your own?
In my case, I not only had a moderate knowledge of Rotary through my father who was a member in our home town, but early in my career in the early sixties I was involved in the initial cover design for a new regional magazine which was to be known as Rotary Down Under, working with the first editor Paul Henningham.
August is Membership Month... David Brown 2019-07-28 14:00:00Z 0 membership month,,membership,,new members,

To mentor or not to mentor... that is the question!

Posted by David Brown on Jul 29, 2019
Recently at a club assembly, President Charmaine posed the question.... did we as a club need a system of mentoring not only new members, but older and longer serving members as well?
The word "mentor" originated in the mid 18th century from the name of the adviser of young Telemachus in Homer's Odyssey and is defined in the Oxford Dictionary of English as... "an experience and trusted adviser".
To mentor or not to mentor... that is the question! David Brown 2019-07-28 14:00:00Z 0 membership,mentor,mentoring,new members

Saving lives in Ghana

What is it like taking a large team to Africa?  It has probably been one of the most rewarding experiences in my life. In mid February, I began leading Rotary members from all over the East Coast of the United States through Ghana. I’ve tried to give the team a warm Ghanaian welcome like I’ve received on my earlier trips. A large trip is a real blessing because each person sees Ghana and our work in a different way.
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India celebrates three years without polio

Throughout India and around the world, Rotary clubs are celebrating a major milestone: India has gone three years without a new case of polio. The last reported case was a two-year-old girl in West Bengal on 13 January 2011. To mark this historic triumph, Rotary clubs illuminated landmarks and iconic structures throughout the country with four simple but powerful words, "India is polio free."
India celebrates three years without polio 2015-05-15 00:00:00Z 0
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