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How company time has changed, a recruitment challenge

By John F. Germ, R.I. President, 2016-17 Forty years ago, a man named George Campbell, the owner of the company I worked for, invited me to join Rotary. Back then, that was a common practice in the United States. Your … Continue reading

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Growing membership means a stronger Foundation

By Kalyan Banerjee, R.I. Trustee Chair, 2016 – 17 Our Rotary Foundation depends on a strong and thriving Rotary membership. It is, after all, our members who provide the generous support that enables our Foundation to tackle some of the world’s … Continue reading

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Rotary & International Women’s Day – Let’s Start a New Goal “50/50 by 2050”

By John Borst, PP, Rotary Club of Dryden Today is International Woman’s Day and Rotary is sponsoring an event at the World Bank this afternoon. Yesterday at their blog Rotary also posted a piece by Clara Montanez, a member of … Continue reading

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President Huang literally, is a member of a whole family of Rotarians

By Gary C K Huang President 2014 – 15 If you take a look at the Rotary calendar, it’s easy to see where our priorities as an organization lie. The Rotary year begins in July; in August we mark Membership … Continue reading

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On Growing Young Again: the Price of Change

by Brian Hall Over the last several years, we as Rotarians have faced a call to recruit younger members.  We’ve all been encouraged to embrace social media and to reach out to find young people to fill our ranks.  As … Continue reading

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Share your Passion for Rotary to Grow Membership

by Sakuji Tanaka, President, Rotary International What is Rotary? When I ask Rotarians this question, they often give vague answers. And when I asked myself this question, I had to think about it. August is Membership and Extension Month in … Continue reading

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Rotary’s Need to Take a Trip ‘Back to the Future’: Part 1, The Problem

by John Borst As Rotary struggles to grow its membership perhaps it is an appropriate time to review how Rotary has changed to see if there might be clues to how it might recapture some of the youthfulness of its … Continue reading

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