Rotary/RGHF: Why I Am A Rotarian - Mounir Ezz Eldin
- Rotary Global History FellowshipWHY I AM A ROTARIANMOUNIR EZZ ELDINIn 1976 I was invited to become a Rotarian. I did so because I appreciated the idea of serving our community and the needy by using all resources available. Additionally, I also appreciated the opportunity to develop long life friendships and the ability to apply high ethical standards while spreading good will and peace.
The more you are involved in Rotary, the more you enjoy it, because it is about people who give and people who need. About 1.2 million business and professional men and women in leadership positions within their respective vocations, are making decisions and get things done.
True Rotarians are unique individuals who are "movers and shakers" in their communities. Rotary clubs are different from other clubs , because they are considered to be "Banks of ideas and service. "Imagine, what would our communities be like without Rotary?Could we have succeeded to eradicate polio, if there were no Rotary?
MOUNIR EZZ ELDIN
GOVERNOR DISTRICT 2450, 1991 /92
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