Member interview: Colombian club's support for hospital spans decades

From the November 2015 issue of The Rotarian
The Rotary Club of Cartagena, Colombia, has worked to bring health care to poor children for almost seven decades. Most recently, with support from a Rotary Foundation Global Grant and Rotarians around the world, the club has obtained more than $200,000 to provide pediatric cardiac care. Past club president German Spicker rounded up funds from Switzerland to Japan to help make it all happen.
THE ROTARIAN: Tell us about your city.
SPICKER: Cartagena is a city of contrasts. You find beautiful places that look like Miami Beach. But much of our…

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