by John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden, ON Each year, no doubt at significant expense, Rotary creates a Presidential Theme and a logo to accompany it. Most, thank goodness, are immediately forgettable. Unfortunately, for the small fraternity of those… Continue Reading →
Last week I went looking for data on how many Rotarians were women. Although I found one outdated statistic, I could not find an actual membership report with even the raw data. About six years ago, an international group of… Continue Reading →
Each year the District-Governor Elects gather in San Diego, California (Starting in 2021, it will be Orlando, Florida) to be trained for their up-coming year four months down the road. Although the use of the District website does get an… Continue Reading →
by John Borst, Rotary Club of Dryden I want to invite all those at the ClubRunner Users LinkedIn Discussion Group to register at the ClubRunner created and moderated ClubRunnerCommunity discussion portal. About a year ago I created something similar called… Continue Reading →
by John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden What words would you use to describe how change occurs in an organisation as large as Rotary International? Slowly? Quickly? With difficulty? Thoughtfully? Haphazardly? Or perhaps subversively?
What I learned from getting polio 70 years ago? Amnesia is a traitor that lets old enemies through the gates. By Crawford Kilian Editor’s note: the following article first appeared in The Tyee a web publication out of Vancouver Canada. It… Continue Reading →