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Rotary tackles algae issue with same fervor as polio
The upcoming Rotary Lake Erie Crisis Conference mirrors several other symposiums held on the topic over the past year with one notable exception: Organizers are motivated by the group’s worldwide efforts to help eradicate polio. And Rotary isn’t going away. This inaugural conference, scheduled for Oct. 23 and 24, is the first of what organizers envision as a series of Rotary-sponsored annual discussions about Lake Erie water quality for the next several decades.

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