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Kissing frogs at Rotary meetings

Networking at Rotary meetings has received an undeserved bad rap.  I have even been told it violates Rotary policy.  It does not.  Some clubs fine members for doing business or exchanging business cards at meetings.  This is unfortunate. Networking at … Continue reading

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NEW Million Dollar Dinner Manual now online

A new Million Dollar Dinner manual written by Zone 24 – E/MGA Chris Offer and Zone 24 – MGO Carolyn Ferguson is now available. A Rotary Million Dollar Dinner (MDD) is the celebration of a nine to twelve month fundraising … Continue reading

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Top 5 Reasons To Get A Vehicle Wrap

I like the following blog post from http://www.SpeedProDigital.com/about/blog. The 5 reasons to get a vehicle wrap applies to Rotary as much as any no- for-profit or commercial enterprise. Using a vehicle as a mobile bill board is an efficient, effective … Continue reading

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The New Rotary Brand Center

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Polio Eradication Update

Polio Eradication Update 18.WPV (Wild Poliovirus Cases) as at Dec.11th 2013                              YTD 2013        YTD 2012        Total 2012 Globally                359                  213                  223 Endemic               135                  208                  217 Non-Endemic       224                  5                      6 … Continue reading

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What is Your Choice?

Here’s a question guaranteed to stir controversy:  If you were a Rotary leader who had to make a choice between one of two options, one Rotarian giving $100,000 to the Foundation –or– 1,000 Rotarians each giving $100 to the Foundation, … Continue reading

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Great Members Are Where You Find Them

Suppose you could get a lead on a new prospective member for your club and you learn that she or he has the following attributes: A strong desire to make the community and the world a better place to live; … Continue reading

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