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Five lessons for Rotary gleaned from the 2016 election.

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Results Are In: 60% Membership Growth in First Trimester

Originally posted on Rotarian Economist:
No, Rotary International did not suddenly get 720,000 or so more members, or at least not yet! I am talking about the membership growth in my club – the Rotary Club of Capitol Hill in…

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Big changes coming to RI as membership continues to decline

The second 2016–17 RI Board of Directors meeting was held from 19th–22nd September, 2016. At this meeting, the Board reviewed 12 committee reports and recorded 64 decisions. Ten key decisions:

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The District website: between and betwixt

by John Borst For over a decade of conventions, RI has spent considerable energy promoting the creation of club websites as a means of informing the public of the work of local Rotarians as well as the good works of … Continue reading

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How to get more bang out of your bulletin

Originally posted on Rotary Voices:
By Evan Burrell, a member of the Rotary Club of Turramurra, New South Wales, Australia Every single time you publish your online club bulletin or newsletter and email it to your subscribers, you should be asking…

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Blogging about Rotary: a lost opportunity?

By John Borst Considering that there are over 1.2 million Rotarians there are very few “blogs” dedicated to sharing views about Rotary in existence. In this case, a blog is a format for sharing ideas about Rotary both good news … Continue reading

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The Jam on Instagram: Why your club should use it

Originally posted on Rotary Voices:
By Evan Burrell The most engaging posts on social media are the ones that include images. That isn’t a statement, it’s a fact! Out of all of the social media networks, I have to say…

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