Monthly Archives: March 2011

Know your product, know your programs, and know your projects

March 31. 2011 by Yves Bourdeau, Moose Jaw, Wakamow Did you know that April is Magazine Month, a time to celebrate the global network of Rotary’s official magazines, which provide valuable information to 1.2 million Rotarians? Ever since I first … Continue reading

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The importance of paper magazines in a digital age

March 29, 2011 by Carl-Wilhelm Stenhammar, Foundation Trustee Chair Not too long ago, the telegram was the way to communicate internationally. The telegram was replaced by the telex machine, which was followed by the facsimile. Now the Internet is the … Continue reading

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New Generations: Something Old and Something New

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

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DGE Vida sets daunting membership goal

It doesn’t sound like much, just one new net member per club. “That’s a snap!” you say. Not so, at least not if you study the statistics.

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Continue the Legacy of Rotary and District 5550

March 25, 2011 by Eva Vida, District Governor Elect 2011-12 District 5550 celebrated its 100th anniversary in November 2010. For over 100 years Rotarians in this District have enjoyed fellowship and exchanged ideas on how to make this a better … Continue reading

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Go Out, Serve and Sing Your Song

COMMENTARY Go Out, Serve and Sing Your Song March 21, 2011 Dean Rohrs, Zone 24, Coordinator Western Area Rotary is an amazing organization. It gives ordinary people the opportunity to do extraordinary things. It gives you a change to “sing … Continue reading

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Speaking out within Rotary

When a person is more than three score and ten but has only recently celebrated a first birthday as a Rotarian a number of first impressions about Rotary remain fresh. First among those impressions is its sheer size, not only … Continue reading

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