NY Rotarians Celebrate 100th Year at United Nations

Rotarians gathered at the United Nations on Wednesday morning, January 19, 2005 to ring the Rotary Centennial Bell. Originating from Australia last June, it has already traveled to many Rotary Districts throughout North and South America. This bell, as well as the four other sister bells, symbolize the internationality of Rotary. Their journey will end in Chicago for the upcoming 100th Year celebration in June.
On A Cold New York Morning, Rotarians Ring the R.I. Centennial Bell at the United Nations
Recently the UN issued several proclamations honoring Rotary for its 100th Year, its 60-year partnership with the UN, and Rotary’s leadership in eradicating Polio.
Last November, more than 1,000 Rotarians and guests participated at the annual Rotary Day at the UN. The next Rotary Day at the UN is scheduled for November 5, 2005.