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Northside Rotary Orientation 4.28.14

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Northside Rotary Orientation 4.28.14

  1. 1. Welcome!Welcome! New Member OrientationNew Member Orientation Northside FayettevilleNorthside Fayetteville Rotary ClubRotary Club
  2. 2. In the beginning… The first Rotary club was organized inThe first Rotary club was organized in Chicago in 1905, by Paul P. Harris.Chicago in 1905, by Paul P. Harris. Rotary Founder Paul Harris The club, with four members, met in rotation at the offices of the members - thus the name Rotary. There are approximately 1.2 million members in over 30,000 clubs worldwide.
  3. 3. Motto of RotaryMotto of Rotary Service Above SelfService Above Self Rotary was not long to recognize thatRotary was not long to recognize that fellowship alone would not keep afellowship alone would not keep a group together — there needed to be agroup together — there needed to be a purpose.purpose. The first service project was publicThe first service project was public restrooms in downtown Chicago, IL,restrooms in downtown Chicago, IL, USA.USA. Rotary became the world’s firstRotary became the world’s first service club.service club.
  4. 4. What is Rotary?What is Rotary? RotaryRotary is an organization ofis an organization of business and professional menbusiness and professional men and women united worldwide whoand women united worldwide who provideprovide humanitarian servicehumanitarian service ,, encourage high ethical standardsencourage high ethical standards in allin all vocationsvocations, and help build, and help build goodwill and peace ingoodwill and peace in the worldthe world..
  5. 5. Object of RotaryObject of Rotary Encourage and foster the ideal ofEncourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthyservice as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in particular toenterprise and, in particular to encourage and foster:encourage and foster:
  6. 6. Object of RotaryObject of Rotary FIRST :FIRST : The development ofThe development of acquaintanceacquaintance asas an opportunity for service;an opportunity for service;
  7. 7. Object of RotaryObject of Rotary Second:Second: High ethical standards inHigh ethical standards in businessbusiness andand professions; the recognition of theprofessions; the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations; andworthiness of all useful occupations; and the dignifying by each Rotarian of his orthe dignifying by each Rotarian of his or her occupations as anher occupations as an opportunity toopportunity to serve society;serve society;
  8. 8. Object of RotaryObject of Rotary ThirdThird:: The application of the ideal of service byThe application of the ideal of service by every Rotarian’severy Rotarian’s personal, business,personal, business, and community life;and community life;
  9. 9. Object of RotaryObject of Rotary Fourth:Fourth: The advancement ofThe advancement of internationalinternational understanding, goodwill, and peaceunderstanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of businessthrough a world fellowship of business and professional people, united in theand professional people, united in the ideal of service.ideal of service.
  10. 10. Object of RotaryObject of Rotary We implement the Object ofWe implement the Object of Rotary through the FourRotary through the Four Avenues of ServiceAvenues of Service ..
  11. 11. Four Avenues ofFour Avenues of ServiceService Club ServiceClub Service –– Those things thatThose things that a Rotarian does to help make thea Rotarian does to help make the running of the local club successful.running of the local club successful. Community ServiceCommunity Service –– UrgesUrges every Rotarian to participate in allevery Rotarian to participate in all activities that make the community aactivities that make the community a better place in which to live.better place in which to live.
  12. 12. Four Avenues ofFour Avenues of ServiceService International ServiceInternational Service –– Encourages and fosters theEncourages and fosters the advancement of understanding andadvancement of understanding and good will among people of the world.good will among people of the world. Vocational ServiceVocational Service –– TheThe promoting of the “ideal of service”promoting of the “ideal of service” throughout the business andthroughout the business and professional world.professional world.
  13. 13. The Four Way TestThe Four Way Test of the things we think, say or do.of the things we think, say or do. Is it theIs it the truth ?truth ? Is itIs it fairfair to all concernedto all concerned ?? Will it buildWill it build goodwillgoodwill andand better friendshipsbetter friendships ?? Will it beWill it be beneficialbeneficial to allto all concerned ?concerned ?
  14. 14. Rotary InternationalRotary International www.rotary.orgwww.rotary.org 2013-20142013-2014 President:President: Ron D. BurtonRon D. Burton Theme:Theme: ““Engage Rotary, Change Lives”Engage Rotary, Change Lives” District Governor: Kenneth ColleyDistrict Governor: Kenneth Colley Rotary Club of Fort Smith, ARRotary Club of Fort Smith, AR
  15. 15. Northside FayettevilleNorthside Fayetteville RotaryRotary is part of:is part of: District 6110District 6110 www.ri6110.orgwww.ri6110.org
  16. 16. Rotary InternationalRotary International District 6110District 6110 81 Rotary Clubs in the heartland of the USA81 Rotary Clubs in the heartland of the USA Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, OklahomaArkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma Small clubs (less than 15 members)Small clubs (less than 15 members) Large clubs (more than 480 members)Large clubs (more than 480 members) Old clubs (chartered before 1920)Old clubs (chartered before 1920) Morning and noon meetingsMorning and noon meetings Nearly 5,200 Rotarians in SERVICE togetherNearly 5,200 Rotarians in SERVICE together
  17. 17. District 6110District 6110
  18. 18. Northside FayettevilleNorthside Fayetteville Rotary ClubRotary Club www.northsiderotary.orgwww.northsiderotary.org President – Ted Sego President Elect – Alan Wilbourn Secretary/Treasurer – David Savage Jr. Executive Secretary – Carmen Newberry Sgt. At Arms – John Ogden Club Administration – Keith Glass Community Service – Cathy Bass Membership – Jody Dilday Foundation – Wayne Jones Public Relations – James Blankenship Youth Service – Merry Moiseichik Past President – H.B. Fink
  19. 19. Northside FayettevilleNorthside Fayetteville Rotary ClubRotary Club Began in 1969Began in 1969 Chartered June 11,Chartered June 11, 19691969 President –JimPresident –Jim CrossCross 2013-20142013-2014 65 members65 members ((as of 4/28/14)as of 4/28/14) Pres. Ted SegoPres. Ted Sego
  20. 20. Community ServiceCommunity Service Pursuing activities to improve the quality ofPursuing activities to improve the quality of life in our communitylife in our community Dictionary ProjectDictionary Project ChoicesChoices Superior Student Scholarship ProgramSuperior Student Scholarship Program Rotary Youth Leadership Awards – (RYLA)Rotary Youth Leadership Awards – (RYLA)
  21. 21. Our International ServiceOur International Service ProgramsPrograms Medical Supplies NetworkMedical Supplies Network India, Kenya & Central America WaterIndia, Kenya & Central America Water ProjectsProjects Group Study ExchangeGroup Study Exchange International Youth ExchangeInternational Youth Exchange Polio PlusPolio Plus
  22. 22. Other Areas of ServiceOther Areas of Service Club LeadershipClub Leadership MembershipMembership Jody DildayJody Dilday Public RelationsPublic Relations James BlankenshipJames Blankenship FoundationFoundation Wayne JonesWayne Jones Youth ServiceYouth Service Merry MoiseichikMerry Moiseichik
  23. 23. Northside Fayetteville RotaryNorthside Fayetteville Rotary Sources of FundsSources of Funds ““Everbody WINS”Everbody WINS” Father & DaughterFather & Daughter DanceDance Rotary FoundationRotary Foundation
  24. 24. Rotary InternationalRotary International FoundationFoundation Source of FundsSource of Funds Paul Harris FellowshipPaul Harris Fellowship Sustaining MembersSustaining Members Bequests of Assets via WillBequests of Assets via Will Large donations fromLarge donations from Partners ( Bill GatesPartners ( Bill Gates Foundation)Foundation)
  25. 25. ROTARY IS ...ROTARY IS ... MMembershipembership AAttendancettendance PProgramsrograms SServiceervice
  26. 26. Northside FayettevilleNorthside Fayetteville Rotary ClubRotary Club Being a NorthsideBeing a Northside Rotarian isRotarian is Service Above SelfService Above Self He Profits MostHe Profits Most Who Serves Best!Who Serves Best! Adhering to the fourAdhering to the four way testway test HAVING FUN!!!HAVING FUN!!!
  27. 27. Northside FayettevilleNorthside Fayetteville Rotary ClubRotary Club Minimum Expectations of a RotarianMinimum Expectations of a Rotarian everyevery yearyear:: Share RotaryShare Rotary with one new member/yr.with one new member/yr. AttendAttend minimum of 60% of meetingsminimum of 60% of meetings Give somethingGive something to the Rotaryto the Rotary FoundationFoundation ( $100/yr is Sustaining member level)( $100/yr is Sustaining member level) To be a Rotarian you must give of yourTo be a Rotarian you must give of your time and talentstime and talents :: In community workIn community work In fellowship and social functionsIn fellowship and social functions In club and district activities.In club and district activities.
  28. 28. We’re Glad You’re HereWe’re Glad You’re Here TheThe Northside FayettevilleNorthside Fayetteville Rotary ClubRotary Club

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