Monthly Archives: January 2013

Going Boom: The Changing and Challenging World of Rotary!

By Earle Newton, Rotary Club of Saskatoon North Saskatoon is booming! Reports of top companies all over the Prairie Provinces reflect good times and optimism. There are new products, new processes and new markets worldwide. With a background in organizational … Continue reading

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Have Some Fun: Analyze Rotary’s Emotions

By John Borst Each year the incoming president releases his personal theme for the year. Color is very symbolic of emotion. I thought it might be fun to consider the colors used in the “theme graphics” for the forthcoming and … Continue reading

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The Importance of Wearing the Rotary Pin

by Sakuji Tanaka, President, Rotary International. I am a Japanese businessman, and I wear a suit almost every day. The Rotary pin is always on my lapel. It is there because I am proud to be a Rotarian. Anywhere I … Continue reading

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A Year of Momentous Change Ahead in 2013-2014.

Wilfrid J. Wilkinson Foundation Trustee Chair As we begin another calendar year, I’d like to offer my best wishes to all Rotarians for 2013, the 108th year of Rotary’s existence. This will be a year of momentous change for our … Continue reading

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Rape: It’s Time for Rotarians to Begin Talking About It

By Jon Deisher, District 5010, International Service Director Another gang rape in India! Again, seemingly in the Delhi area! Again, six men and a single woman on a bus! It seems to me that the trial, conviction and punishment of … Continue reading

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Rotary’s Annual Themes, an Internet P. R. Nightmare.

by John Borst, Oh, Lord, I’m still not sure what I stand for oh What do I stand for? What do I stand for? Most nights I don’t know anymore… Lyrics “Some Nights” by fun The above lyrics from “Some … Continue reading

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