Monthly Archives: June 2016

Rotary and a candidate named Trump

by John Borst, Past President Rotary Club of Dryden, editor’s note: this is a piece of fiction. It is an imaginary story of what might happen if   Donald J Trump were a candidate for a Rotary Club. When Trump … Continue reading

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Rotary and the dilemma of religious values

by John Borst, Past President Rotary Club of Dryden When I first joined Rotary my club held a Friday evening, all day Saturday educational workshop. We covered a lot of topics, but one comment has stuck with me to this … Continue reading

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A wall of flame will burn forever in my memory, dancing with light, shifting in shadow

By K R Ravindran, President 2015 – 16 British writer and Royal Air Force pilot Roald Dahl was also an avid photographer who carried his beloved Zeiss camera on his many adventures. At a time when each photograph had to … Continue reading

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It’s the end of the movie & Ray Klinginsmith as the cowboy rides away

By Ray Klinginsmith, Trustee Chair 2015 – 16 Western movies were the most popular film genre for several decades, and they were well known around the world. In many of them, after a victorious battle between the good guys and … Continue reading

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In Praise of Seniors; the new Rotary ‘Zoomers’

by John Borst, Past President, Rotary Club of Dryden Rotary International wants to grow and puts nearly all its effort into recruiting young members. This is logical but is proving challenging as few long time Rotarians have much of a … Continue reading

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