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A heartfelt journey: Colville woman back from Ethiopia

December 19, 2013

It’s hard to find other travelers with more stamps in their passport than Michelle Lee.
As a member of the Colville Rotary Club, Lee has traveled extensively throughout Asia, Europe and Africa in efforts to raise awareness about polio and proper vaccination andclean water projects. Her latest journey to Ethiopia was no different.
“Last year, there were 200 cases of polio in the horn of Africa,” said Lee in a presentation to fellow Rotarians last Wednesday. “Though the campaign to end polio has been successful, we have to stay diligent and get to outbreaks as soon as possible. “

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