In this week’s meeting we will explore Rotary’s ability to help local communities with well thought out and successful Community projects.
Please be sure to fill out the form below completely to have your attendance recorded.
Below you will find a link to Rotary’s “Communities in Action – A Guide to Effective Projects” This guide is a comprehensive look at the blueprint of planning a sucessful community project. It will provide you all the tools you need to find a need, plan a solution and execute a new community project.
Your mission this week is to read or thumb through “Communities in Action – A Guide to Effective Projects” and think about a local community project that you think would be beneficial to your community. As an eClub we do not have a ‘central’ community to serve so it is important that our members look for ways our club can have an impact locally. We are dependent on you as our points of contact in the local community to represent Rotary and educate the local community on what Rotary does and there is no better way to show that than a local community project.
Click here to download Communities in Action – A Guide to Effective Projects and give a good read or simply thumb through for ideas.
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The Four Way Test
The test, which has been translated into more than 100 languages, asks the following questions:
Of the things we think say or do
- Is it the TRUTH?
- Is it FAIR to all concerned?
- Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
Barry Rassin - President,
William Glenn Yarbough - District Governor,
Rotary District 7610
PDG Donna Phillips - President,
Rotary eClub of District 7610
PDG TIN TIN NU RASCHID - Secretary
Brock Flint - Webmaster
District 7610 Training & Events
For District trainings, events and important dates, please click the link below for the District 7610 calendar.