Monthly Archives: April 2012

Rotarians must “follow your own ambition and your own vision”

by Kalyan Banerjee, President, Rotary International When we talk about building membership, we all recognize that welcoming a new member into a Rotary club is only the beginning of our task. To turn a new club member into a committed … Continue reading

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With our new grant model, we can do more good in the world

by Bill Boyd, Foundation Trustee Chair I recently met with a number of Rotarians who will be responsible for communicating with you in the coming year about our new grant model under the Future Vision Plan. I recognize that we … Continue reading

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Rotary’s Classification System: Make it Relevant or Dump It?

by John Borst, Director District 5550, Communications When Paul Harris created Rotary he wanted to ensure that Rotary provided an opportunity for its members to gain financially from the experience, by doing business with each other. Although this proved rather … Continue reading

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“A spoon full of sugar makes the medicine go down”

RI General Secretary John Hewko’s Address to the World Vaccine Congress – 12 April 2012 Washington, DC It is my honor and privilege to be here at the World Vaccine Congress and to proudly represent the 1.2 million men and … Continue reading

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