Rotary District 7910 Newsletter - June 13, 2016
RYLA: Volunteers Sought
District Scholarship Committee Meeting
- Learn how Rotarians in District 5370 responded immediately to the Alberta fires - even before the flames were doused.
- Hear from a Global Grants scholar and a Rotary Peace Fellow whose disparate work is making a difference in Afghanistan, and learn the differences and similarities of the two programs.
- Get the latest on the polio vaccine change.
- Hear about an innovative club that partnered to create a social business that is raising money to return to the community.
- Read a report from the Literacy and WASH in Schools Conference and gain the perspectives of a recent President's Rep
- And the debut of a new column that will keep us focused on the Foundation Centennial
- Updates on the upcoming Zone Institute in Winnipeg and Arch Klumph celebration in Cleveland
- Good news on the Membership front: Our membership is "up" for the Rotary year.
During that week, participants will be personally and professionally pushed to become the leaders they have the potential to be. In the past, our professional tract has brought in speakers from TedX, Coca-Cola, IBM, Linkedin, the U.S. military, the U.S. Congress and many more. Our personal tract focuses on personal-building skills such as communication, relationship building, networking, public speaking, confidence, personality training, and business etiquette.
GLI will be accepting only 54 participants. This is one of the greatest benefits of the program. GLI has absorbed the Rotary model of "service above self" and the participant are given one-on-one help and guidance to learn what it means to be a global change-maker and great future or current Rotarian.
GLI is partnered with the United Nations. During that week, participants will be in the UN building for various activities.
- A letter from General Secretary Hewko
- Legislation that was adopted at the Council, including amended legislation
- Vote tallies for the adopted items
- An Opposition to Legislation Report Form
A how-to membership leads video
Click here for a new video that helps district and club leaders make the most of the recently enhanced Membership Leads resource. It shows how to track a prospective member from the initial membership-leads submission all the way to connection with a local club. It also outlines the role of club and district leaders in the redesigned process, highlighting how their participation will help strengthen membership, and features the new Rotary resources available to support them. Join the conversation in the Membership Best Practices discussion group to tell us how you’re using the new Membership Leads resource to grow and diversify membership.
We hope that you've found Rotary International’s Brand Center a useful tool to create customized logos and brochures - and to tell Rotary's story in a consistent and engaging way.
We'd like to inform you of a recent change to the online tool. Starting today, April 4, any logos or brochures you create using one of our templates will be automatically deleted from your profile 30 days after your last change or edit. Logos and brochures created before April 4 will be deleted on May 2, unless you make a change or edit to the template.
We recommend that once you have finished your customized logo or brochure, you download the document in PDF, PNG, or JPEG format on your own computer.
Reminders of this change will be posted on Brand Center’s template and logo pages.
- Representing Your Community’s Professions: A Classification Assessment
- Diversifying Your Club: A Member Diversity Assessment
- Finding New Club Members: A Prospective Member Exercise
- Improving Your Member Retention: A Retention Assessment and Analysis
- Enhancing the Club Experience: Member Satisfaction Survey
- Understanding Why Members Resign: Exit Survey
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District & Club Rounds
Auburn Rotary Assists Local Oboist, Installs Park Benches
Framingham Rotary Promotes Concerts On The Green, Duck Pluck And Summer Carnival
MetroFest is a signature event of the Metrowest Visitors Bureau. You won't want to miss this great family-fun day, which takes place on June 25. Besides the incredibly popular Framingham Rotary Duck Pluck booth, this year's event also features food trucks, a Classic Car Show, 100 exhibitors, stage entertainment, and a Kids Town play area. Event will be at Bowditch Field at 475 Union Avenue from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Milford Rotary Celebrates 10th Wine and Food Tasting
Shown below, left to right, are:Allan Villatoro, president; Rotarians Ann Gonyea, Paul Tamagni, Tania Medina and Mel McKee; Tony Khoury, lead sponsor and principal of Gateway Liquors; Mike DiCicco,executive secretary;John Khoury, son of Tony Khoury; and Jorge Valez, employee at Gateway Liquors.
Marlborough Rotary, Three Other Groups Tackle Human-Services Issue
Mark your calendar: Thursday evenings are Cruise-in/Fly-in Nights this summer in Stow.
Adventures in a Korean Emergency Room
Monday, July 18: Rotarian Wine Appreciation Fellowship - 'Wine-Dinner at La Morra'
Membership Corner: The Object Of Rotary's Second Goal
- Monday, September 19:Flight to Heathrow in London
- Tuesday, October 4: Flight back to Logan in Boston
By Christine Pinney
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