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Rotary Club

Can a Rotarian be “excommunicated”?

Just before Easter, a non-Rotarian after reading one of my posts and Ken Jaskot’s comments, asked the question,”Can a Rotarian be excommunicated?” Although the question is expressed in religious terms, I did wonder if a Rotarian can be expelled or… Continue Reading →

What is your club’s best annual fundraising event and in what range are the net earnings?

Wethe4-Interactive: where you write the story. Please write a comment on the social media platform where you read this. I will then gather the responses into this post to build a story on Rotary Club’s most successful fundraising events as… Continue Reading →

Ending a Culture of Decline by Creating a New Vision with GRASP

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 →

Rotary and a candidate named Trump

by John Borst, Past President Rotary Club of Dryden, editor’s note: this is a piece of fiction. It is an imaginary story of what might happen if   Donald J Trump were a candidate for a Rotary Club. When Trump… Continue Reading →

Rotary and a candidate named Trump

by John Borst, Past President Rotary Club of Dryden, editor’s note: this is a piece of fiction. It is an imaginary story of what might happen if   Donald J Trump were a candidate for a Rotary Club. When Trump… Continue Reading →

Rotary’s Need to Take a Trip ‘Back to the Future’: Part 1, The Problem

by John Borst As Rotary struggles to grow its membership perhaps it is an appropriate time to review how Rotary has changed to see if there might be clues to how it might recapture some of the youthfulness of its… Continue Reading →

Who should we attract to Rotary?

By Jim Henry, PDG D-6960 and Chris Jones, DG 7680 2012-13 Rotary clubs must know WHO to ATTRACT. Before we get too technical on this, we recommend that every reader take an objective, personal inventory by critically evaluating why you… Continue Reading →

Ten Criteria for an Effective Rotary Club

By Rob Wood, Rotary Club of South San Francisco My top ten personal criteria for an effective Rotary club are: . One: The club impacts the local community in multiple, very visible and very personal ways, from the schools to… Continue Reading →

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