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Title: Rotary Club of Scotts Valley 2014-2015


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Rotary Club of Scotts Valley2014-2015
  • Mission, Vision, Goals, Budget

Rotary Club of Scotts Valley Strategic Plan
2013-2014
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Object of Rotary
  • The Object of Rotary is to encourage and foster
    the ideal of service as a basis of worthy
    enterprise and, in particular, to encourage and
    foster
  • First. The development of acquaintance as an
    opportunity for service
  • Second. High ethical standards in business and
    professions the recognition of the worthiness of
    all useful occupations and the dignifying of
    each Rotarians occupation as an opportunity to
    serve society
  • Third. The application of the ideal of service in
    each Rotarians personal, business, and community
    life
  • Fourth. The advancement of international
    understanding, goodwill, and peace through a
    world fellowship of business and professional
    persons united in the ideal of service.

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2014-2015
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Mission
  • Inspiring each other to take action so that
    together we can change the world

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2014-2015
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Vision
  • Strive to be a vibrant club where all members are
    meaningfully engaged

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2014-2015
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What are we known for as a club?
  • We are a group of engaged leaders who believe in
    serving others, we believe in the object of
    Rotary and we care deeply about our community and
    each other
  • We have fun as we serve together

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2014-2015
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What are we known for locally?
  • Go to Club for Community Support
  • Families
  • Youth Service
  • Homeless
  • Seniors
  • Schools/Educators
  • Signature Event tbd

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What are we known for internationally?
  • We are eradicating Polio worldwide
  • The Girl Effect
  • Literacy/Education
  • Self Sustaining Programs for women who are
    poorest of poor
  • We are improving the sustainability of our planet
  • Reducing the plastics in our oceans

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2014-2015
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Goals
  • Membership Engagement Growth
  • Led by Jim Sikora
  • Current 46
  • Goal 50, net of attrition, or 10
  • Each member invite a friend or colleague to visit
    our club to consider joining us
  • Mentorship Program
  • Roteract Outreach

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2014-2015
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Goals
  • Membership Retention
  • Led by Cindy Schuette
  • We Care program
  • You Rock Cards
  • Rotarian of the Month recognition
  • Continue to have fun, engaging meetings

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2014-2015
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Membership is our job
  • Ron Burton, RI President, was an active member of
    Key Club in high school but he did not join a
    Kiwanis Club as no one ever asked him. Rotary
    Club of Norman, Oklahoma invited him and
    therefore he joined Rotary.
  • Membership is not someone elses job its my
    job, its your job, its every Rotarians
    opportunity.

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We have to ask
  • We have to ask. Invite prospective members to the
    club.
  • When they become members our job isnt over.
    Mentoring them, make sure that they find a
    meaningful role in the club and that they get
    satisfaction out of Rotary is our responsibility

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Membership Goal
  • Overall, we add about 120,000 new members
    worldwide every year. But every year, just about
    that many members leave. And thats why our
    numbers have stayed the same, at about 1.2
    million members, for more than 15 years.
  • We need to take a look at those who are leaving
    and find out why theyre leaving and find what
    we can do about it.
  • We are committed to seeing Rotary membership
    climb to 1.3 million by 2015. Thats an
    absolutely achievable goal.

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Goals
  • Club Service Goals
  • Led by Georganna Hildebrand
  • Interesting speakers
  • Timely newsletters
  • Dues paid on time
  • Fun and engaging meetings
  • Club Service, the first Avenue of Service,
    involves action a member should take within this
    club to help it function successfully

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Goals
  • Vocational Goals
  • Led by Ron Sekkel
  • Vocational Award
  • Vocational Minute
  • Vocational Service, the second Avenue of
    Service, has the purpose of promoting high
    ethical standards in businesses and professions,
    recognizing the worthiness of all dignified
    occupations, and fostering the ideal of service
    in the pursuit of all vocations.

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Goals
  • Community Service Goals
  • Led by Jackie Maurer
  • Committee will determine service projects for the
    year
  • PIF cards
  • Holiday gifts for homeless families
  • All Rotarians are welcome to suggest a project
  • Community Service, the third Avenue of Service,
    comprises varied efforts that members make,
    sometimes in conjunction with others, to improve
    the quality of life of those who live within this
    clubs locality or municipality.

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Goals
  • International Service Goals
  • Led by Teresa Landers
  • International Service, the fourth Avenue of
    Service, comprises those activities that members
    do to advance international understanding,
    goodwill, and peace by fostering acquaintance
    with people of other countries, their cultures,
    customs, accomplishments, aspirations, and
    problems, through reading and correspondence and
    through cooperation in all club activities and
    projects designed to help people in other lands.

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Goals
  • International Service Goals
  • Led by Teresa Landers
  • Projects are being looked to support the goal of
    empowering girls and women The Girl Effect
  • Literacy
  • Researching Projects/Grants for use of DDF

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Goals
  • Youth Service Goals
  • Led by Randy Klein
  • Youth Service, the fifth Avenue of Service,
    recognizes the positive change implemented by
    youth and young adults through leadership
    development activities, involvement in community
    and international service projects, and exchange
    programs that enrich and foster world peace and
    cultural understanding.

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2014-2015
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Goals
  • Youth Service Goals
  • Led by Randy Klein
  • Active involvement in high school and middle
    school Interact Clubs
  • Student Awards Dinner and Scholarship Ceremony
  • Speech contest
  • 2 RYLA campers for Summer 15
  • School grants
  • Teacher breakfast

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Goals
  • Sustainability Goals
  • Led by Patrizia Materassi
  • Plastic in the Worlds Oceans
  • A Rotary campaign for public awareness, education
    and action to save our oceans from plastic
    pollution
  • In partnership with others, perform educational
    outreach and provide kits to create awareness and
    action

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Goals
  • Fellowship in Motion Goals
  • Led by Charlene McIntyre
  • To provide opportunities for club members to
    enjoy fellowship outside of meetings in
    meaningful, fun ways

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Goals
  • Rotary Foundation Goals
  • Led by Karen Shea Sheryl Ainsworth
  • Annual Fund Goal 10,000
  • Polio Plus Goal 1,200
  • Goal Every Rotarian donates every year, no
    matter how small !
  • Goal Double Sustainer - 200

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Goals
  • Fundraising Goals
  • Led by Rosanna Herrera and Christina Mancuso
  • To be determined by Club Project Goals

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2014-2015
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Budget
  • Club Operations brings in small gain between
    2,000 to 5,000
  • Fundraising Goal 15000
  • Community Service, Youth Service, International
    Service 14000
  • We have 132,000 in endowment for student
    scholarships
  • We have 33,000 in cash in bank accounts -
    14,000 earmarked for giving

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Engage Rotary, Change Lives
  • When Rotarians get involved when they get
    engaged lives change.
  • In 2014-15, lets be inspired Rotarians, be
    engaged, and share the gift of being a positive
    force for change in our world.

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2014-2015
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