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IN ROTARY’S 2020 REALINEMENT IT’S ASIA WHICH GAINS TWO ZONES

India and South Korea reap benefit of America’s declining membership

by John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden ON

Further analysis of the material supplied by Rotary International reveals that the new Zones were created in the South-eastern Asian countries of India and South Korea. Continue reading “IN ROTARY’S 2020 REALINEMENT IT’S ASIA WHICH GAINS TWO ZONES”

MY CLUB CELEBRATES 75 YEARS OF ROTARY IN DRYDEN

by John Borst & Will Vermeer, both PP Rotary Club of Dryden

Approximately 100 Rotarians and guests converged on The Centre in Dryden on April 22nd for the celebration of 75 years of Rotary in Dryden.

 

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ROTARY ZONE REALIGNMENT VERY COMPLEX, POORLY COMMUNICATED

America will lose two Zones & likely one director in 2020

by John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden, ON

Imagine being given the task of realigning Rotary’s Zones with both hands being tied behind your back. That is the task that Rotary’s Zones Review Committee (ZRC) was given. At its January 2017 meeting, the Rotary International Board of Directors adopted a new zone structure as recommended by the ZRC. Continue reading “ROTARY ZONE REALIGNMENT VERY COMPLEX, POORLY COMMUNICATED”

Four reasons your club website should use a home page video

by John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden

Does your Rotary club website use video on its home page?

Like it or not today’s world is saturated with media. We are simply overwhelmed with text, pictures, graphics and video. Continue reading “Four reasons your club website should use a home page video”

Grown in America, made throughout the World

The implications of exporting an idea like a service club

by John Borst, PP Rotary Club of Dryden, ON

When I put on my jeans this morning, I noticed a tag which said “Made with American cotton”. That is something you do not see too often when it comes to clothes.

The role of manufacturing has changed drastically in America during the past 50 years Continue reading “Grown in America, made throughout the World”

Stop the Decline: Rev Up the Vision

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. Continue reading “Stop the Decline: Rev Up the Vision”

ROTARY LIVES UP TO ITS PRINCIPLES WITH NEW BYLAW 2.100 AND BREAKS ‘THE SOUND OF SILENCE’

(play The Sound of Silence as you read) Continue reading “ROTARY LIVES UP TO ITS PRINCIPLES WITH NEW BYLAW 2.100 AND BREAKS ‘THE SOUND OF SILENCE’”

Club Service – Who Cares?

By Richard Cunningham, PP Rotary Club of James River, Richmond, Virginia, USA

Rotary International appears to have forgotten about the importance of “Club Service” as an avenue of service for the growth of Rotarians and the health of our clubs. Two new initiatives provide evidence of forgetfulness. Continue reading “Club Service – Who Cares?”

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