Durham Rotary Club
2013-14 Update
What we’ve
accomplished
What’s next?
Engaging our Community
Engagement through Service
Focus on Youth and Young Adults
Community Catalyst
Engaging our Community
Salvation Army Bell-Ringing
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Sixty-five Rotarians
Seventy-five volunteer hours
$4400 in don...
Engaging our Community
Reading Rangers
• 60 Volunteers, including 37 Rotarians
• YE Smith Elementary and Neal
Middle Schoo...
Service to Youth
and Young Adults
RYLA
• Ten participants from six
different high schools
• Largest number of
sponsorships...
Service to Youth
and Young Adults
Rotaract
• Planning new club for young
members (with North Durham
Club)
• Recruiting stu...
Service to Youth
and Young Adults
• This just in!--Interact
• Riverside High School
• See Aubrey Zinnach-Howell or Todd
Ta...
Community Catalyst
• Crayons to Calculators
• Stop Hunger Now
• Scholarships for the
Emily K Center
• Rotarians against Dr...
Community Catalyst
Crayons to Calculators
• Partnership with other Durham Clubs
• Nearly 240 collection bins placed in
180...
Community Catalyst
Stop Hunger Now
• Partner with other Durham Clubs
• Students from Duke, NCCU & DTCC
• $25,000 collected...
Community Catalyst
Education Partners
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•
•
•
•

Brown Family Scholarship
Durham Public Schools scholarships
Rotary Peace ...
Engaging the World
Rotary Exchange Student
• Marina Sousa, student at Durham School of
the Arts

Rotary Peace Fellows
• Rh...
Engaging the World
• Global Projects
• Guinea-Bissau Economic Development effort
• Pune, India Sanitation Project
• Partne...
Engagement through
Fellowship
Progressive Dinner
• Over eighty participants
• Nine Dinner Hosts

Rotary After Hours
• Prom...
Engagement through
Fellowship
Membership
• Twenty-one new members since July 1
• Eight resignations since July 1
• One rem...
Current Budget
• $115,000 2013-14 operating budget
• $65,000 to Fellowship (56%)
• $62,000 for meals

• $44,000 to Club Op...
The Rotary Foundation
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•
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98 Every Member Every Year Rotarians
158 Total Contributors
9 Paul Harris Fellows this ye...
What’s Next?
• Annual Meeting Monday
February 10
• Vote on revisions to by-laws
• Elect board members and
officers for 201...
What’s Next?
Slate for 2014—2015 (Election
February 10)
• Board members (3-year terms)
• Andy Esser
• Meg Solera
• Blake S...
What’s Next?
Slate for 2014--2015
• Officers (one year terms)
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•
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•

Vice-President: Todd Taylor
Secretary: Phyllis Cole...
What’s Next?
Slate for 2014--2015
• President-Elect
• Vandana Dake

• President-designee for our
Centennial year
• Lois De...
Centennial Celebration
•
•
•
•

Chaired by Past President Don Stanger
One Hundred Acts of Service
Celebration of Club Hist...
Engage Rotary—Change Lives
Durham Rotary Club

Thank you for a great six
months!
President Bill Ingram's Mid-term State of the Club.
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President Bill Ingram's Mid-term State of the Club.

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The Durham, North Carolina, downtown Rotary Club has an active program of engagement in the community and the world. This is the president's mid-term report of those activities.

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President Bill Ingram's Mid-term State of the Club.

  1. 1. Durham Rotary Club 2013-14 Update What we’ve accomplished What’s next?
  2. 2. Engaging our Community Engagement through Service Focus on Youth and Young Adults Community Catalyst
  3. 3. Engaging our Community Salvation Army Bell-Ringing • • • • Sixty-five Rotarians Seventy-five volunteer hours $4400 in donations More donations than any other organization Annual Poinsettia Sale • Over $2400 collected—proceeds support scholarship program
  4. 4. Engaging our Community Reading Rangers • 60 Volunteers, including 37 Rotarians • YE Smith Elementary and Neal Middle School • 80 Children • $10,000 in grant funds for books
  5. 5. Service to Youth and Young Adults RYLA • Ten participants from six different high schools • Largest number of sponsorships of any club in the District • See Chris Hyland to help with transportation
  6. 6. Service to Youth and Young Adults Rotaract • Planning new club for young members (with North Durham Club) • Recruiting students from Duke & Durham Tech and young professionals
  7. 7. Service to Youth and Young Adults • This just in!--Interact • Riverside High School • See Aubrey Zinnach-Howell or Todd Taylor to help
  8. 8. Community Catalyst • Crayons to Calculators • Stop Hunger Now • Scholarships for the Emily K Center • Rotarians against Drugs
  9. 9. Community Catalyst Crayons to Calculators • Partnership with other Durham Clubs • Nearly 240 collection bins placed in 180 local businesses • 80 volunteers • $63,000 in supplies and materials, and financial donations collected
  10. 10. Community Catalyst Stop Hunger Now • Partner with other Durham Clubs • Students from Duke, NCCU & DTCC • $25,000 collected in financial support ($7,000 from our club) • 700 volunteers • Over 100,000 meals packed for Nicaraguan orphans
  11. 11. Community Catalyst Education Partners • • • • • Brown Family Scholarship Durham Public Schools scholarships Rotary Peace Fellows Rotarians Against Drugs EDCI Partnership
  12. 12. Engaging the World Rotary Exchange Student • Marina Sousa, student at Durham School of the Arts Rotary Peace Fellows • Rhett Sangster • Manish Kumar • Mark your Calendar—PEACE conference April 12
  13. 13. Engaging the World • Global Projects • Guinea-Bissau Economic Development effort • Pune, India Sanitation Project • Partners with clubs in United Kingdom, Venezuela, and India • International Services Committee includes members from all Durham clubs • Sister Cities visit to Durham, UK
  14. 14. Engagement through Fellowship Progressive Dinner • Over eighty participants • Nine Dinner Hosts Rotary After Hours • Promote fellowship amongst members • 3rd Thursday of each month
  15. 15. Engagement through Fellowship Membership • Twenty-one new members since July 1 • Eight resignations since July 1 • One removed from Leave of Absence • Three terminated for non-payment • Net increase of nine members since July 1
  16. 16. Current Budget • $115,000 2013-14 operating budget • $65,000 to Fellowship (56%) • $62,000 for meals • $44,000 to Club Operation (38%) • $18,000 dues to District & Rotary International • $13,000 for Executive Secretary • $6,000 for Outreach (6%)
  17. 17. The Rotary Foundation • • • • • 98 Every Member Every Year Rotarians 158 Total Contributors 9 Paul Harris Fellows this year $13,200 Year-to-Date Contributions $1900 to Polio Plus (second largest amount in the district) • $1300 to Alzheimer’s research
  18. 18. What’s Next? • Annual Meeting Monday February 10 • Vote on revisions to by-laws • Elect board members and officers for 2014-15 year
  19. 19. What’s Next? Slate for 2014—2015 (Election February 10) • Board members (3-year terms) • Andy Esser • Meg Solera • Blake Strayhorn • Two-year term • B.C. Dash
  20. 20. What’s Next? Slate for 2014--2015 • Officers (one year terms) • • • • Vice-President: Todd Taylor Secretary: Phyllis Coley Treasurer: Susan Miller Sargent-at-Arms: Reginald Hodges
  21. 21. What’s Next? Slate for 2014--2015 • President-Elect • Vandana Dake • President-designee for our Centennial year • Lois DeLoatch
  22. 22. Centennial Celebration • • • • Chaired by Past President Don Stanger One Hundred Acts of Service Celebration of Club History Presidential Rotary Minutes begin in February
  23. 23. Engage Rotary—Change Lives
  24. 24. Durham Rotary Club Thank you for a great six months!
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