by John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden, ON Having a complaint lodged against you as a member of Rotary is a little like being Dorothy and falling down the hole into the Land of the Wizard of Oz. At… Continue Reading →
By John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden, ON You would think advertisements on Rotary club websites would be a simple matter. Instead, it can often get quite complicated. There are three main reasons for this: A philosophical difference among… Continue Reading →
by John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden Does your Rotary club website use video on its home page? Like it or not today’s world is saturated with media. We are simply overwhelmed with text, pictures, graphics and video.
By Richard Cunningham, PP Rotary Club of James River, Richmond, Virginia, USA I would venture most Rotarians understand the advantages of compound interest. But I wonder if we give much thought to the compounding effects of a rate of decline.
(play The Sound of Silence as you read)
By Larry Jubie, COL Representative, District 5050 The Council on Legislation meets every three years to discuss and vote on proposed enactments and resolutions. These items are brought forth by Rotary Districts, Rotary Clubs and the RI Board of Directors…. Continue Reading →
by John Borst, District 5550, Communications* Certainly, one of the most unexpected and welcome decisions emanating from the 2016 Council on Legislation is the decision to offer simultaneous membership in Rotaract and Rotary. A review of the proposed “enactments” shows… Continue Reading →
There are few things that bedevil the future of Rotary clubs more than member attendance. Only venerable senior Rotarians concern themselves with achieving 100% attendance in this day and age. In earlier threads thousands of words were spilled predicting how… Continue Reading →