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Title: Welcome to Rotary


1
Welcome to Rotary
2
Welcome to Rotary
Northville, Michigan
District 6400
3
History of Rotary International
4
Founded 23rd Feb 1905
  • Paul Harris (lawyer), Sylvester Schiele (coal
    dealer), Gus Loehr (mining engineer) Hiram
    Shorey (merchant tailor) met in Gus office in
    the Unity Building at 127 North Dearborn St,
    Chicago. Sylvester was the 1st Rotary club
    president.
  • 16 Clubs formed the National Organization in 1910
  • Rotary became International in 1911 with
    Winnipeg, Canadas Charter with Paul Harris as
    RIs 1st President

5
What Rotarians Strive To Do
  • Set an example of high ethical standards
  • Encourage and foster the ideal of service as a
    basis of worthy enterprise
  • Search for the right people, not people with the
    right Classification to serve in Rotary
  • Service above Self is our Motto

6
Rotary is an International Organization
  • 530 Districts in gt 200 countries
  • gt33,995 clubs
  • Over 1.2 million members
  • Our District 6400
  • Covers SE MI SW ON
  • 50 Clubs
  • 1,675 members

7
Rotary Internationals Mission
Support its member clubs in fulfilling the object
of Rotary by
  • Fostering unity among members
  • Strengthening and expanding Rotary around the
    world
  • Communicating worldwide the work of Rotary
  • Providing a system of international administration

8
  • Governed by a President, President -Elect and a
    Board of 19 Members, 17 Directors, President and
    Vice-President.
  • Rotary International 2010-2011 President, Ray
    Klinginsmith
  • Elected from all over the world
  • Each District elects a District Governor
  • District 6400 Governor Kim Towar
  • Each club is autonomous.
  • Club President Sharon Whichello


9
The Object of Rotary
To encourage and foster the ideal of service as a
basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular
  • The development of acquaintance as an opportunity
    for service
  • Set high ethical standards in business and
    professions
  • the recognition of the worthiness of all useful
    occupations
  • the dignifying by each Rotarian of his or
    her occupation as an opportunity to serve society

10
The Object of Rotary
  1. The application of the ideal of service by every
    Rotarian to their personal, business and
    community lives
  • The advancement of international understanding,
    goodwill, and peace through
  • a world of fellowship of business and
    professional persons...
  • united in the ideal of service

11
We implement the Object of Rotary through the
Five Avenues of Service
12
The Five Avenues of Service
  • Vocational Service
  • Promoting the ideal of service - throughout
    the business and professional world.
  • Community Service
  • Participate in all activities which make the
    community a better place in which to live.
  • International Service
  • Encourage foster the advancement of
    understanding and goodwill among people of the
    world.
  • Club Service
  • Help the successful running of the local club.
  • Youth Services

13
Club Service
  • Focuses on the successful functioning of the Club
  • Membership (incl. Classifications Development)
  • Meeting programs (speakers, meals, banners )
  • Rotary Information Club Bulletin
  • Attendance
  • Fellowship
  • Public Relations

14
Vocational Service
  • Obliges Classification holders to share the Ideal
    of Service in all Business Professional
    dealings
  • Club Vocational Service involves projects that
  • Improve the quality of life in the workplace
  • Help all workers to realize their full potential
  • Recognize the worthiness of all useful occupations

15
Vocational Service Projects
  • Career Development
  • Vocation at Work
  • Vocational Awareness
  • Vocational Awards

16
The 4 Way Test (of things we say, think or do)
  • 1. Is it the TRUTH ?
  • 2. Is it FAIR to all concerned ?
  • 3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
  • 4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned ?

Created by Rotarian Herbert J. Taylor in 1932
17
Community Service Youth Services
  • Provides useful service to satisfy proven needs
  • Environment
  • Handicapped
  • Senior Citizens
  • Youth Exchange, Interact Rotaract
  • Safety
  • Shelter Street Kids

18
International Service
  • Advances Understanding, Goodwill Peace
  • By acquaintance of peoples, cultures, customs,
    accomplishments, aspirations, problems
  • By travel, at conventions, reading, e-mail and
    especially International Projects
  • RI The Rotary Foundation are Major Resources in
    achieving International Service Projects

19
The Rotary Foundation
  • World Peace through Understanding

20
The Rotary Foundations Mission
  • Fulfill the Object of Rotary and Rotarys Mission
  • Achieve World Understanding and Peace

21
The Rotary Foundation
22
What the Rotary Foundation Does
  • Promotes World Understanding and Peace
  • Works for a polio-free world
  • Cares for the children of the world
  • Feeds the hungry of the world
  • Provides educational opportunities
  • Preserves planet earth

23
Tools for Reaching this Goal
  • Local, National and International
  • Educational Programs
  • Humanitarian Programs

24
Rotary Foundation Program Areas
  • Educational Programs
  • Humanitarian Programs

25
Educational Programs
  • Ambassadorial Scholarships
  • Rotary Grants for University Teachers
  • Vocational Exchanges (VE)
  • Rotary Centers for International Studies in Peace
    and Conflict Resolution

26
Humanitarian Programs
  • Community Grants
  • PolioPlus Program
  • Volunteer Service Grants
  • Health, Hunger and Humanity (3-H) Grants
  • Matching Grants
  • District Simplified Grants

27
PolioPlus Accomplishments
  • PolioPlus - initiated by Rotary in 1985- is the
    largest private-public health initiative in
    history.
  • Rotary led collaboration with partner
    organizations such as the World Health
    Organization and UNICEF.
  • Rotary has committed over 660 million for global
    polio eradication, a 99 decline cases since 1985

28
PolioPlus Accomplishments
  • The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Rotary
    Challenge - 355 Million challenge.
  • In order to meet the challenge, Rotary has to
    raise 200 Million, as of 12/31/10 we have raised
    160 Million.
  • Four countries still have the endemic polio virus
    India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria.

29
Basic Humanitarian Programs Criteria
  • Internationality/ Partnership
  • Significant Rotarian Involvement
  • Financial Stewardship

30
The Source of Rotary Foundation Funding
31
Two Needs . . .Two Ways of Giving
  • For support today
  • To secure tomorrow

32
PAUL HARRIS FELLOW
  • 1,000 DONATION
  • RECOGNITION
  • FUNDS FOUNDATION
  • OPEN TO NON-ROTARIANS
  • SUSTAINING PROGRAM

33
Rotary International District 6400

Kim Towar 2010-2011 District Governor, Grosse
Pointe Rotary Club
34
District Governor Direct Communication with Clubs
  • Governor

District Committees
Assistant Governor
Club
35
The District A Definition
  • A district shall exist solely to help the
    individual Rotary club advance the Object of
    Rotary.
  • Manual of Procedure

36
Our Club Organization
37
Board of Directors
  • Includes the Directors of the 5 Avenues of
    Service Plus
  • President Sharon Whichello
  • President-elect Chris Arnold
  • Secretary Traci Sincock
  • Treasurer Linda Chapekis
  • R. I. Foundation Jim Gallogly
  • Service Projects Derek Saxby
  • Membership Chris Arnold
  • All positions in Rotary change on July 1 each year

38
Club Constitutions
  • Rotary Clubs are governed by a Standard Club
    Constitution only amended by the Council on
    Legislation Rotarys Parliament - which meets
    every 3 years.
  • The Manual of Procedure incorporates Council
    amendments from the April, 2010 meeting
  • Rotary Clubs adopt their own By-laws guided by
    RIs Recommended By-laws

39
The Four Elements of Effective Clubs
Effective Clubs are able to..
Develop Club Leaders for Beyond Club Level
  • Sustain and Grow Membership

Support The Rotary Foundation
Implement Successful Service Projects
Efficient Club Administration
40
Rotary Club of Northville
  • Chartered in 1926
  • 32 members

41
Fundraising
  • Fundraising
  • Main Fundraiser Poker Night
  • Wine Tastings
  • Parking for Harley Fest
  • Additional Fundraiser Hot Dog Cart

42
Northville Rotary Foundation
  • Endowment Fund 100,000 and growing
  • Unrestricted Funds sufficient for all projects in
    2010-2011
  • Annual Giving is 2,777. as of 1/31/11, annual
    goal is 3,300, not including Goodfellows.
  • Polio Giving is 999 (Goal was 500.)

43
R.I. Foundation
  • Rotary Foundation of Rotary International
  • Annual Fund
  • 8,000 per year,
  • 80,000 total giving
  • 44 Paul Harris Fellows
  • 8 Sustaining Members
  • Permanent Fund
  • 7 Benefactors

44
Youth Projects
  • 2 out bound Youth Exchange Students
  • Baby Layettes for Nicaragua
  • Donation to the Northville High School Choir.
  • 125 member Interact Club at Northville High
    School
  • 2, 1,000 scholarships per year
  • 2 to 3 students to District RYLA each year
  • Donations to Schools in Peru, Ethiopia.
  • Literacy project with Amerman Elementary School.

45
Matching Grants
  • Tap Project in El Salvador
  • District Simplified Grant for Clock
  • Community Grant for Backpacks and School Supplies
    for 85 foster children.

46
Family/Adult Projects
  • Summer picnic in August
  • New Years Eve at High School, provide food
  • Help to staff Relay for Life
  • Raise money for Civic Concern, with newspaper
    sales and monthly donations to the food pantry.
  • Donation to Rotoplast Mission in India.
  • Donations to New Hope Grief Center.

47
Social Events
  • Installation Dinner
  • Christmas Party
  • Summer Picnic
  • Various member hosted socials
  • Monthly Socials

48
Rotary Events
  • Multi-District PETS
  • District Assembly
  • District Conference
  • International Convention
  • Presidential Peace Conference
  • Foundation and Membership Seminar
  • Meet the Governor

49
Rotary Recognition
  • Rotary Awards received
  • Presidential Citation Four Avenues of Service
  • Four Avenue of Service Citations
  • Distinct Major Awards Hedke, Archer Devlyn
    Awards.
  • Cog Award
  • District Club Awards Attendance, Membership,
    Membership , Rotary Information for new members,
    On-going Rotary Information for Club Members,
    Bulletin, Website, Fund Raiser and Social Event.

50
The Privileges in Rotary
  • Friendship with leaders
  • in your community
  • in neighbouring cities and towns
  • throughout the U.S.A.
  • around the world

51
The Privileges in Rotary
  • Giving Service to your community.
  • Developing International Goodwill Understanding
  • Building Higher Ethical Standards in your
    vocation
  • Through the Common Bond of Rotary

52
Your Obligations in Rotary
  • Participation
  • To be a Rotarian you must give of your time,
    talents and treasure
  • in community work
  • in social functions
  • Assist with Club fundraising
  • in Club and District activities
  • A RINO is a Rotarian-In-Name Only

53
Attendance Requirements
  • At weekly meetings
  • a minimum of 50 is expected.
  • You can maintain your attendance levels by
  • make up at another Rotary Club within /- 14 days
  • by attending a District event or a RI Convention.
  • via active participation in an approved Rotary
    Project

54
Your Financial Obligations
  • Initiation Fee 75
  • Annual Dues 170
  • Meals - 12.00 per week
    600
  • Total 845
  • plus variables
  • Happy Bucks Good Natured Fines 25
  • Social Events 104
  • Plus optional events and charity e.g. District
    Conference, International Convention,
    Celebrations, Fundraisers, Foundation
    Contributions

55
Participate
  • for friendship
  • for service
  • for fellowship
  • for knowledge
  • for international understanding
  • Remember You Are Rotary!

56
Whats Next?
  • Steps for Becoming a New Member
  • Complete the Member Worksheet
  • Meet with your mentor, who will guide you through
    the process and answer your questions

57
For Membership Information
  • Please contact
  • Chris Arnold, Membership Development
  • Phone 734-377-9629
  • E-mail chrisa_at_capmri.com
  • President Elect Chris Arnold
  • Phone 734-377-9629
  • E-mail chrisa_at_capmri.com

58
Welcome to
  • Rotary Club of
  • Northville, Michigan
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