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Title: Rotary 101


1
Rotary 101 Whats that all about?
2
So you are about to be Club President?
3
  • History
  • Programs
  • Terminology
  • Organizational structure
  • Rules

4
First, a little history
5
What was the date of the first Rotary meeting ?
6
The first Rotary meeting ever was held on
February 23, 1905
7
Which of these events happened first?
A. Rotary membership reached one million
B. Women first allowed to join Rotary
8
A. Rotary membership reaches one million
1985
9
B. Women first allowed to join Rotary
1987
10
Which of these events happened first?
A. Four-Way Test was written
B. First Rotary Youth Exchange Student
11
B. First Youth Exchange Student
1927
Between Denmark and France
12
B. Four-Way Test Was Written
1932
13
Who wrote the Four-Way Test?
14
Herbert Taylor
15
Where was Herbert Taylor born?
16
The author of the Four-Way Test was born in
Pickford, MI in District 6290
17
Who was Arch Klumph?
18
Arch Klumph started what would
become The Rotary Foundation
19
The Official Motto of Rotary is which of the
following?
  • He Profits Most Who Serves the Best
  • Service Above Self
  • c. Celebrate Rotary
  • d. What is lunch without chicken?

20
The Official Motto of Rotary is which of the
following?
  • He Profits Most Who Serves the Best
  • Service Above Self
  • c. Celebrate Rotary
  • d. What is lunch without chicken?

21
Who is the President Elect of Rotary
International?
22
Ron Burton
23
What is the Rotary International theme for
2013-14?
24
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25
Terminology
26
RYLA
RRFC
RID
CLP
PDG
PHF
AG
DGN
PE
GETS
WCS
RIBI
RPIC
COL
RC
27
DDF stands for what?
  1. Distinguished District Fellowship
  2. District Designated Funds
  3. District Disability Fund
  4. District Directory Fund

28
DDF stands for what?
  1. Distinguished District Fellowship
  2. District Designated Funds
  3. District Disability Fund
  4. District Directory Fund

29
Which one of the following is required to become
District Governor?
  1. 2 years perfect attendance
  2. Attend an International training event
  3. 5 years membership in Rotary
  4. Must have attended at least one International
    Convention

30
Which of the following is required to become
District Governor?
  1. 2 years perfect attendance
  2. Attend an International training event
  3. 5 years membership in Rotary
  4. Must have attended at least one International
    Convention

31
Every club president should know what a SAR is
it is
  1. Sergeant-at-Arms of Rotary
  2. Spouses attending Rotary
  3. Semi-annual report
  4. Senior alumni of Rotary

32
Every club president should know what a SAR is
it is
  1. Sergeant-at-Arms of Rotary
  2. Spouses attend Rotary
  3. Semi-annual report
  4. Senior alumni of Rotary

33
I am a real estate broker, work for a company
that developed Bay Harbor, a resort community on
Lake Michigan and I have an MBAmy classification
is.
34
  1. MBA
  2. Real Estate Development
  3. Broker
  4. Bay Harbor Company

35
  1. MBA
  2. Real Estate Development
  3. Broker
  4. Bay Harbor Company

36
Next, Some of the Programs of Rotary
37
The Rotary organization of high school aged
students is called
  1. Rotaract
  2. Interact
  3. Youth Exchange
  4. STRIVE

38
The Rotary organization of high school aged
students is called
  1. Rotaract
  2. Interact
  3. Youth Exchange
  4. STRIVE

39
What are the six areas of focus for The Rotary
Foundation?
  1. Six new projects of The Foundation
  2. Six areas that projects must fall within for an
    approved grant
  3. Six countries for Foundation projects
  4. Six new membership requirements

40
What are the six areas of focus of The Rotary
Foundation?
  1. Six new projects of The Foundation
  2. Six areas that global grants must fall within
    for an approved grant
  3. Six countries for Foundation projects
  4. Six new membership requirements

41
The Rotary Foundation Six Areas of Focus
  • Peace and conflict prevention/resolution
  • Disease prevent and treatment
  • Water and sanitation
  • Maternal and child health
  • Basic education and literacy
  • Economic and community development

42
A Global Scholar is given what?
  1. Tuition to earn a bachelors degree
  2. One year in high school abroad
  3. An internship at the UN
  4. Graduate level scholarship abroad

43
A Global Scholar is given what?
  1. Tuition to earn a bachelors degree
  2. One year in high school abroad
  3. An internship at the UN
  4. Graduate level scholarship abroad

44
Rotary Centers for International Studies in Peace
and Conflict Resolution is
  1. a Rotary University in Geneva
  2. a 2 year masters program
  3. a scholarship awarded in each district each year
  4. is located at Rotary headquarters

45
Rotary Centers for International Studies in Peace
and Conflict Resolution is
  1. a Rotary University in Geneva
  2. a 2 year masters program
  3. is a scholarship awarded in each district each
    year
  4. is located at Rotary headquarters

46
PolioPlus was started
  1. as a 3H grant in the Philippines
  2. as a matching grant in India
  3. at the request of the UN
  4. as the result of a GSE team

47
PolioPlus was started
  1. as a 3H grant in the Philippines
  2. as a matching grant in India
  3. at the request of the UN
  4. as the result of a GSE team

48
Rotarys 1st community project was?
  1. Books for a Chicago library
  2. Comfort stations in Chicago
  3. Planting trees in downtown Chicago
  4. Assisting a local orphanage

49
Rotary 1st community project was?
  1. Books for a Chicago library
  2. Comfort Stations in Chicago
  3. Planting trees in downtown Chicago
  4. Assisting a local orphanage

50
If you chose to leave The Rotary Foundation 1000
in your will, you would be a
  1. Paul Harris Fellow
  2. Benefactor
  3. Major Donor
  4. Member of Bequest Society

51
If you chose to leave The Rotary Foundation 1000
in your will, you would be a
  1. Paul Harris Fellow
  2. Benefactor
  3. Major Donor
  4. Member of Bequest Society

52
A Sustaining member is one who
  1. has perfect attendance for one year
  2. supports a Rotary project
  3. gives 100 every year
  4. gives 1000 every year

53
A Sustaining member is one who
  1. has perfect attendance for one year
  2. supports a Rotary project
  3. gives 100 every year
  4. gives 1000 every year

54
Every Rotarian, Every Year means that every
Rotarian is
  1. expected to give something to The Rotary
    Foundation each year
  2. expected to bring in a new member each year
  3. expected to participate in a service project each
    year
  4. expected to attend a district event each year.

55
Every Rotarian, Every Year means that every
Rotarian is
  1. expected to give something to The Rotary
    Foundation each year
  2. expected to bring in a new member each year
  3. expected to participate in a service project each
    year
  4. expected to attend a district event each year.

56
The Annual Fund of The Rotary Foundation does NOT
fund which of these activities?
  1. District Grants
  2. Youth Exchange
  3. Global Scholarships
  4. Vocational Training Teams

57
The Annual Fund of The Rotary Foundation does NOT
fund which of these activities?
  1. District Grants
  2. Youth Exchange
  3. Global Scholarships
  4. Vocational Training Teams

58
Organizational Structure
59
Put the following in the order of their size,
smallest to largest
  1. Rotary Zone
  2. Rotary District
  3. Rotary International
  4. Rotary Club

60
Rotary International is headquartered in what
city?
  1. New York
  2. Chicago
  3. London
  4. Evanston

61
Rotary International is headquartered in what
city?
  1. New York
  2. Chicago
  3. London
  4. Evanston

62
What are the Five Avenues of Service?
63
  • Club Service
  • Vocational Service
  • Community Service
  • International Service
  • New Generations Service

64
What are the five primary committees of a Rotary
Club based on the Club Leadership Plan?
65
  • Membership
  • Public Relations
  • Club Administration
  • Service Projects
  • The Rotary Foundation

66
Which event is intended to train your club
officers and board?
  1. District Assembly
  2. District Conference
  3. PETS
  4. International Convention

67
Which event is intended to train your club
officers and board?
  1. District Assembly
  2. District Conference
  3. PETS
  4. International Convention

68
We have rules?
69
So when can I cancel a meeting?
70
  • Legal holiday
  • Death of a member
  • Epidemic/disaster
  • Armed conflict

71
  • A meeting can be changed for good cause
  • It can be changed to another date or time, after
    the last meeting and before the next regular
    meeting.

72
  • You have or probably will hear the terms
  • Active member
  • Senior active member
  • Honorary member
  • Dual membership

73
What qualifies a person to be an honorary
Rotarian, and what rights and privileges do
they have?
74
Can elected officials be members?
75
What is the required meeting agenda?
76
introduction of guests
Rotary minute
fines/happy bucks
singing
speaker gift
invocation
classification talk
announcements
National anthem
50/50
4-way test
committee reports
Pledge of Allegiance
induction
program speaker
political commentary - NO
77
Be honored to be a Rotarian!
78
Have a great year!!!
Are there any questions?
79
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