Monthly Archives: March 2014

Recruit or Attract: Which Membership Approach Is More Effective?

By Rtn. Jim Henry Editor’s note: This article was posted at the Zone 33-34 blog “Retention Central” on March 16, 2014. It is re-posted with permission. Rotary International (R.I.) and The Rotary Foundation (TRF) continue to be seduced by the … Continue reading

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‘Rotaractor here!’

By Guillermo Galdamez, Past President, Rotaract Club of San Salvador – Cuscatlan Rotaractor here! I feel Rotaract, as a leadership development program, is an excellent way to recruit Rotarians. But often we get a lot of flak because for the … Continue reading

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Under the Influence

by John Borst, Director Communications, District 5550 Rotary includes all kinds of people. It is an example of diversity in action. As a result you would think Rotary would have no trouble attracting new members. Yet for years, now, it … Continue reading

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Literacy: A Gift We Give Children

By Ron D. Burton,  President 2013-2014, Rotary International Growing up in Duncan, Okla., USA, I took it for granted that everyone could read. In my own elementary school, not only were we expected to be reading by the age of … Continue reading

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