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District 6950, Zone 33-34, Rotary International, www.rotaryeclub34.org
Rotary E-Club of Southeast USA and Caribbean
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The Club is based in Zone 34 which includes Florida,Georgia, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. Membership is not limited to this Zone as we serve

the Rotary World.

Our weekly Rotary Meeting (consisting of our weekly program and the forum) officially begins at 6 PM (Eastern Time) each Saturday and continues 24 hour a day till 5 PM the following Friday.
 
 

Alicia A. Bostdorff-Miller
President
2020-2021

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November, 2020

Sunday
1
Monday
2
Monday
9
Wednesday
11
Le Francport
11:00 AM
Tuesday
17
Sheraton Pittsburgh Hotel at Station Square
9:00 AM
Thursday
19
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Presentation by PDG Brad Robinson and his wife: Talking Trapeze!!
Thursday
26
Friday
27
6:00 AM
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Black Friday, the holiday, can be traced back to Philadelphia during the 1950s. Every year, thousands of people would flock into the shopping districts of downtown Philly. Originally, it was just flocks of people who had come into the city in preparation to see the football game that was held between the Army and Navy the Saturday following Thanksgiving. So many people would show up, that the Philadelphia police department would have to work extra shifts to deal with the extra crowds and traffic. Eventually, retailers began to offer these potential shoppers special “deals” which inflated the traffic even further. This led to traffic jams, shoplifting and sometimes assaults. As a result, some of the police officers began to refer to the day as Black Friday – a negative term which stuck almost immediately.