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Transparency – An Issue of Search or Policy: Part One – Governance

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 Although I found one outdated statistic, I could not find an actual membership report with even the raw data.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 →

The Club Website and the Issue of an ‘Audience’

Before a club even begins to build a website they should ask themselves who they intend their audience to be and how they are going to reach out and grow that audience. In effect, they are discussing the purpose of… Continue Reading →

The Role of the District Governor and the District Website

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 →

An Invitation to Join the ClubRunner Community

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 →

Visit Booth 1122, Meet Derek Rickwood – Fine Artist and Rotarian

Be sure to check out the artwork of Derek Rickwood BFA. Derek’s “purpose” as a Rotarian artist is to use his art “to teach important subjects that will improve humanity and the earth.” RICO 2018 will be the unveiling of… Continue Reading →

Visit Both 413 to Teach a Mother: Change the World

Imagine if you could teach 120 people to be literate in one year for only $5.00 CDN/pupil.  Impossible you would say. However, if you visit Booth 413 called Teach a Mother: Change the World you can find out how a… Continue Reading →

Find your breakout session room fast with this guide at RICO 2018

 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 →

Two key videos released on the Vancouver ‘Environmental Sustainability and Peace’ Conference

In early February, I wrote, under the title Peace Building Reveals the ‘New’ Rotary about the Presidents’ first Peace Building Conference “Environmental Sustainability and Peace”. In it, I lauded the opening “protocol” by Councilor Morgan Guerin of the Musqueam First… Continue Reading →

Social Media, Modern Outrage, Rotary’s Rules of Engagement and Our Peace Initiative

Rotary at all levels encourages its members to take advantage of social media platforms to spread the good news about Rotary. We have embarked on this journey with no real understanding of the implications of doing so. It has been… Continue Reading →

Indigenous Acknowledgement: Symbol of Canada’s “Incomplete Conquests”

Historian Peter H Russell, in his just-released book Canada’s Odyssey: A Country Base on Incomplete Conquests address a peculiarity of Canada’s development into a Nation. Nowhere is this truer than in our relations with our Indigenous populations where the signing… Continue Reading →

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