Editor’s Note: This article by Paul Taylor was originally published under the title What’s Next for Rotary in the May 2016 issue of The Rotarian Demographic change is a drama in slow motion. It unfolds incrementally, tick by tock, but it transforms… Continue Reading →
by John Borst, Past President, Rotary Club of Dryden Rotary’s commitment to youth is a long-standing tradition. Local clubs express this in many ways. Youth scholarships, RYLA, InterAct clubs, The “Adventures in “series, MUNA, Public Speaking contests, and book buying… Continue Reading →
Editor’s Note: the following is an excerpt from President-elect Ian H. S. Riseley’s speech to the 2017-18 District Governors January 16, 2017 “When we look at the specific challenges in our clubs, which we must help them to address, two… Continue Reading →
by Wei Chien, Aaron Miller, and Julie Caron There are many reasons as to why, when it came to getting involved with Rotary, we as young professionals felt more inclined to charter our own unique Rotary Club, the Rotary Club… Continue Reading →
By Sakuji Tanaka, President, Rotary International Many of you know that we now have five Avenues of Service in Rotary. The fifth, and newest, is New Generations Service. There are many ways to serve through this avenue, and you will… Continue Reading →
In this short interview of young professionals that joined Rotary, they describe the impact being a Rotarian has had in their life, and why now is the time to join.
March 27, 2011 By Ray Klinginsmith, President, Rotary International Most Rotarians know that for several decades, Rotary has operated with four Avenues of Service: namely Club Service, Vocational Service, Community Service, and International Service. But an unusual thing happened at… Continue Reading →