by John Borst PP Rotary Club of Dryden, ON If we think it is tough recruiting new members now, what will it be like in a rapidly approaching World without work?
by John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden, ON In 2018 may your: Membership increase; Members become even more engaged; Club become more vibrant and Communities reap the benefits of your desire to serve!
by John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden, ON For the past three decades, Rotary as an organisation has been imploding throughout most of the English speaking world. America, Canada, Great Britain, Australia and New Zealand dominate this geographical space. Growth… Continue Reading →
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.
by John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden The Rotary Club of Dryden, Ontario, Canada has been close to achieving an equal number of men and women Rotarians ever since I joined in December of 2009.
Grow Rotary Action Service Program (GRASP) By Richard Cunningham, PP Rotary Club of James River, Richmond, Virginia, USA One of the great things about Rotary is the opportunity to engage with wise, innovative and experienced leaders who not only read… Continue Reading →
by John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden, ON In an article by Atlantic Re: Think for Hewlett Packard Enterprise titled “Ask the Futurists: 10 Bold Predictions for 2030” number nine is worth considering.
The second 2016–17 RI Board of Directors meeting was held from 19th–22nd September, 2016. At this meeting, the Board reviewed 12 committee reports and recorded 64 decisions. Ten key decisions:
By John F. Germ, R.I. President, 2016-17 Forty years ago, a man named George Campbell, the owner of the company I worked for, invited me to join Rotary. Back then, that was a common practice in the United States. Your… Continue Reading →