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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.

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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  • 1. Durham Rotary Club 2013-14 Update What we’ve accomplished What’s next?
  • 2. Engaging our Community Engagement through Service Focus on Youth and Young Adults Community Catalyst
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. Service to Youth and Young Adults • This just in!--Interact • Riverside High School • See Aubrey Zinnach-Howell or Todd Taylor to help
  • 8. Community Catalyst • Crayons to Calculators • Stop Hunger Now • Scholarships for the Emily K Center • Rotarians against Drugs
  • 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. 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. Community Catalyst Education Partners • • • • • Brown Family Scholarship Durham Public Schools scholarships Rotary Peace Fellows Rotarians Against Drugs EDCI Partnership
  • 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. 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. Engagement through Fellowship Progressive Dinner • Over eighty participants • Nine Dinner Hosts Rotary After Hours • Promote fellowship amongst members • 3rd Thursday of each month
  • 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. 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. 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. What’s Next? • Annual Meeting Monday February 10 • Vote on revisions to by-laws • Elect board members and officers for 2014-15 year
  • 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. 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. What’s Next? Slate for 2014--2015 • President-Elect • Vandana Dake • President-designee for our Centennial year • Lois DeLoatch
  • 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. Engage Rotary—Change Lives
  • 24. Durham Rotary Club Thank you for a great six months!