Overview: Breakout sessions use only rooms on Floors 100, 200 and 700. No rooms on Floors 700 or 800 are used. Floor 100 is confusing. Rooms numbered 105, 106, and 107 do not appear on the maps provided however are… Continue Reading →
Preamble: By John Borst PP Rotary Club of Dryden, ON By the end of this week, Rotarians from across the globe will be in Toronto, Canada. No doubt the largest contingent will be from across our border to the South,… Continue Reading →
by John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden, ON The 2018 RI Convention is just days away. Those of us who have registered have had a chance to read the program and review the menu of breakout sessions available to… Continue Reading →
Editor’s Note: This article by Paul Taylor was originally published under the title What’s Next for Rotary in the May 2016 issue of The Rotarian Demographic change is a drama in slow motion. It unfolds incrementally, tick by tock, but it transforms… Continue Reading →
Click on the Picture Below and another contribution will be made. Quick Report on Polio Eradication As of May 1, only 8 cases of polio caused by the WPV have been identified globally – 7 in conflict-ridden Afghanistan, 1 in… Continue Reading →
Let this city put a spell on you.
How can we better share our efforts of compassion? Although a search of the internet did not find this effort by the Rotary Club of Coral Springs-Parkland for my April 12, 2018 post Rotary and the Tale of Two Tragedies,… Continue Reading →
Shopping malls in Toronto are places we all love to hate but still find ourselves time after time when we’re hunting for an outfit, grabbing a bite to eat, or looking for an escape from bad weather. Here are… Continue Reading →