Monthly Archives: June 2014

Top 10 things you should know about the new Rotary Foundation funding model

This is a followup to the May 2, 2014 post Trustees Approve New Rotary Foundation Funding Model By Ian Riseley, Rotary Foundation Trustee, Foundation Finance Committee chair I’ve been very involved in the development of our Foundation’s new funding model … Continue reading

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Woeful, Wobbly, Wonderful Websites

by John Borst Communications Director, District 5550 One has to wonder why many Rotary clubs even bother to have websites. The woes are many. Among the worse sins are: wordless banners presidential themes that are out of date the latest … Continue reading

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Retention: 6 Reasons to Let Them Go

by John Borst, Communications Director District 5550 Conventional wisdom in Rotary is to put effort into retaining members, in equal measurer to recruiting new members. After a year as a President, I think this is a mistake. There are many … Continue reading

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TRF Chair Describes Goals of The Rotary Foundation

by Dong Kurn (D.K.) Lee, TRF Trustee Chair 2013-14 Some of you know the words of actor Christopher Reeve: “So many of our dreams at first seem impossible, then they seem improbable, and then, when we summon the will, they … Continue reading

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Leave the woodpile a little higher than you found it.

by Ron D. Burton, President 2013-14 We have a saying in Oklahoma that you need to leave the woodpile just a little higher than you found it. To do that, I needed to ask you to get involved. Involvement is … Continue reading

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