FW: Rotary Leader November 2010
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Having trouble viewing this email? View online Rotary Leader: Helping club and district officers achieve success EFFECTIVE PROJECTS The need for needs assessments Enhance Service Above Self in your club’s projects by first understanding the community’s needs through an assessment. Learn how a Rotarian from Hawaii, USA, did such an assessment in her community and link to resources that will help you do your own.
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STRENGTH IN NUMBERS Ideas for membership growth RI President Ray Klinginsmith is asking clubs to develop a three-year plan that includes targets for new membership growth as part of the 2010-11 Presidential Citation, and in support of the RI Strategic Plan priority of supporting and strengthening clubs. Gather some tips and watch a video of Rotarians sharing their ideas. TOP PRIORITY Rotary and businesses partner for a polio-free India Learn how Rotarians from India have enlisted the support of local businesses and like-minded organizations as volunteers in the effort to ensure that children stay safe from the crippling effects of polio. SPREAD THE WORD Use PR grants to tell Rotary’s story Rotarians from District 7450 (Pennsylvania, USA) used an RI Public Relations Grant to enhance public image and awareness about Rotary through public service announcements at Philadelphia International Airport. Learn about their project and gather ideas to launch a similar campaign in your community. rotary.leader@...
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