ROTARY MONITORS THE GLOBAL CORONAVIRUS CRISIS
Read how Rotary is responding to the impact of the global COVID-19 crisis. We are closely monitoring updates and recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to ensure the safest and most appropriate actions are taken by and for our members and the communities they serve.
Welcome to The Rotary Club of Playa Coronado!
El Club Rotario de Playa Coronado es un club bilingüe en el área de "Playas del Pacífico" de Panamá, fundado en junio de 2014. Somos un grupo de hombres y mujeres de diferentes nacionalidades que han hecho de Coronado su hogar. Estamos dedicados a implementar programas que ayuden a los necesitados en la comunidad local. Les damos la bienvenida a las personas, rotarios e invitados para que nos acompañen a almorzar los martes a las 12:00 PM en el restaurante Nazca 21 en Coronado y vean de qué se trata.
 
The Rotary Club of Playa Coronado is an English/Spanish speaking club in the "Pacific beaches" area of Panamá, chartered in June 2014. We are a group of men and women of different nationalities that have made Coronado their home. We are dedicated to implementing programs that help those in need in the local community. We welcome individuals, visiting Rotarians and guests to join us for lunch on Tuesdays at 12:00 PM at Nazca 21 restaurant in Coronado and see what we are all about.
100 Años de Rotary en Panamá
Los clubes Rotary en Panamá celebran sus 100 años.
Rotary PC - People of Action!
Video with historical context on how broadly that disease, once affected societies — and how Rotary took the lead in changing that. It also give an update on our progress toward eradication and list actions we can take together to end polio for good.

https://www.rotary.org/en/joint-statement-kiwanis-international-lions-clubs-international-optimist-international-and-rotary

Woven through the fabric of virtually every community on earth, service clubs of Kiwanis International, Lions Clubs International, Optimist International, and Rotary International are working safely and diligently to maintain connections with each other and our neighbors so that we can cope with and overcome the effects of COVID-19. We are leveraging the strength of our combined networks of 3.2 million members to provide comfort and hope to those feeling the effects of isolation and fear. And we are focusing our collective skills, resources and ideas to support frontline health workers and first responders as they battle this disease and save lives. 

In these times of uncertainty, your local service clubs remain committed to meeting the challenge of finding innovative ways to take action together to help communities around the globe heal and thrive – and become more united than ever.

“The global effort against COVID-19 depends on actions taken in every country. As people of action, this is our time to connect with each other to offer immediate help to people in need.” – Mark Daniel Maloney, Rotary International President, 2019-2020. 

"The scale and magnitude of this global pandemic requires our world's citizenry to heed the advice and cautions of the experts.  The work and plans of our collective members and volunteers must not cease!   Our immediate response after the crisis will be necessary to support local Governments respond to the many social and economic challenges that will ensue in its aftermath." – Adrian Elcock, Optimist International President, 2019-2020.

“Great challenges test us, but they also bring us together. Lions are finding new ways to safely serve. Our Lions Clubs International Foundation has granted over one million dollars to help communities facing extreme rates of COVID-19, and additional grant requests are being received daily.  Our communities depend on service clubs, and we will be there, supporting and strengthening them just as we always have together.” – Dr. Jung-Yul Choi, Lions Clubs International President, 2019-2020.

“During these difficult times, we’re seeing everyday heroism across the globe. I encourage us all to recognize the health and safety professionals who are putting their own health at risk for the greater good. To the educators, grocery workers, delivery drivers and the countless professionals who can’t stay home, the Kiwanis family thanks you. We all play an important role in keeping our friends and neighbors safe. Please follow the advice of the World Health Organization, your local health agencies and the instructions given by your Government. Please, stay safe.” – Daniel Vigneron, Kiwanis International President, 2019-2020.

 
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Playa Coronado Rotary
We meet Tuesdays at 12:00 PM
Nazca 21
The Village, Coronado
Upper Floor, above Don Lee
Coronado, Panama  1011
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