Monthly Archives: January 2012

Seven ways to get more out of Rotary in 2012

by Antoinette Tuscano , Rotary International News Try something different in 2012 to attract new members and keep existing ones. Here are a few ideas to help you do more with Rotary in the new year. Be part of Rotary’s … Continue reading

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Our six “areas of focus” are the causes that drive Rotary

by William B. Boyd, TRF Trustee chair; Areas of focus are the causes that drive Rotary. We are now halfway through the pilot of our Future Vision Plan, and as I look to the future I think the most significant … Continue reading

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From doing the “impossible” to taking an honest look at our clubs

by Kaylan Banerjee, President, Rotary International At Arlington National Cemetery outside Washington, D.C., stands a memorial to the Seabees, formally known as the U.S. Naval Construction Force. An inscription reads, “With willing hearts and skillful hands, the difficult we do … Continue reading

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