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July 19 2017 announcements


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Weekly announcements from our club meeting.

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July 19 2017 announcements

  1. 1. July 19, 2017 Meeting of the Rotary Club of North Raleigh WELCOMEto the
  2. 2. Today’s Speaker Shafi Parekh 2017-18 District 7710 Governor
  3. 3. Last Week’s Photos
  4. 4. Last Week’s Photos
  5. 5. Last Week’s Photos
  6. 6. Last Week’s Photos …on our website and on our Flickr album or
  7. 7. Latest on Social Media
  8. 8. Latest on Social MediaRecent Wake Tech shares recognizing the club’s donations
  9. 9. Did You Know? Our Club has a LinkedIn Company Page Add your history in the club to your professional experience on your LinkedIn profile
  10. 10. Follow our Social Media Accounts Scan here
  11. 11. Support Our Club with Amazon Smile Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to the charities selected by customers. Use this link to support the Rotary Club Of North Raleigh Foundation on Amazon Smile.
  12. 12. Email the 2017-18 Board of Directors board-of-directors
  13. 13. Need to know Where and When? Check the club OR district calendars on the website
  14. 14. Club Calendar
  15. 15. District Calendar
  16. 16. Take a Kid to the Ballgame • $30 per child • You don’t have to attend • Sponsor deadline is 7/26 so sign up NLT next week’s meeting Get ready for a fun day at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. For many underprivileged children this event is a real highlight of the summer and leaves a positive impression of Rotary. Durham Bullsvs. Scranton/W-B RailRiders Sunday, August 13, 2017 Gates Open 4:00 p.m. - Game Time 5:00 p.m. $30 pp ticket includes admission, picnic lunch and a Durham Bulls baseball hat. Find the signup sheet at today’s meeting.
  17. 17. 2017-18 Approved District Grants DDF Requested Total Project Cost Lillington - Buddy Backpack Project $1,632.00 $3,132.00 Cary-Page - Read and Feed Project $2,000.00 $4,000.00 Cary-Kildaire - Operation School Bell $2,000.00 $4,032.00 Fuquay-Varina - Tablets for 3rd Graders $2,000.00 $5,000.00 Cleveland School - Dictionaries for 3rd Graders $1,453.00 $2,906.00 Wendell - Library Books $1,500.00 $3,025.00 Wake Forest - Dominican Republic Project $10,000.00 $20,000.00 Oxford - Addressing Food Security $3,000.00 $6,000.00 Morrisville - Meals for Hope Meal Packaging $10,000.00 $20,000.00 Roxboro - Teacher Supply Store $2,000.00 $4,000.00 Raleigh - Wake Smiles Dental Clinic $2,000.00 $217,623.48 Raleigh Parkside - Snacks@School - Reedy Creek $2,000.00 $2,000.00 Clayton - Playground at Harbor, Inc Domestic Violence Center $8,000.00 $36,825.00 Garner - Web Based Curriculm for Adults with Developmental Disabilities $4,000.00 $8,000.00 East Chapel Hill - Teacher Supply Store $4,200.00 $45,000.00 Holly Springs - Music and Memory $1,000.00 $2,000.00 DDF Requested Total Project Cost Raleigh Midtown - Solarizing Uganda Now $10,846.00 $45,000.00 Durham - Urban Ministries of Durham $3,473.00 $6,946.00 Durham E-club - Urban Ministries of Durham Family Room Renovation $2,950.00 $5,900.00 Durham Sunrise - Backpack Buddies $3,276.00 $6,552.00 Southwest Durham - MLK Meal Packaging $9,000.00 $25,600.00 Angier - Harnett Central Interact Project - Outdoor classroom & Educational nature trail $600.00 $1,200.00 South Granville - Spanning the Generations $2,000.00 $4,000.00 Cary - Read-a-Book Get-a-Book Program $2,000.00 $5,525.00 Total DG DDF allocated $90,930.00 $484,266.48 DG DDF RY 2017-18 $92,730.00 DG DDF Available $1,800.00
  18. 18. Save the Date!
  19. 19. Next Week – Project Expo Get involved with all the exciting stuff the club is doing this year
  20. 20. Put your Announcement on These Slides Email info to: announcements
  21. 21. Not on a Committee or Project? 50th Anniversary Board of Advisors Club History Communications/Public Image Website Social Media Bulletin Directory Local News Media Evening Meetings Foundation TRF Giving Palmer Endowment Fundraising Grants Membership Programs Socials Holiday Banquet Installation Banquet District/Zone/RI Total Life Center Gifts Miracle League Adopt-A-Highway TC & Bill Parker Scholarship NC Boys & Girls Home Raleigh Parks Projects Habitat for Humanity Interfaith Food Shuttle IFFS Mobile Market Guatemala Literacy Project Guatemala Student Support Group Global Grants, District Grants Dominican Rep Latrine Project Uganda School Electrification Rotary Youth Exchange Friendship Exchange Peace Center Adopt-a-Peace Fellow Disaster Relief Global Scholarship Fellowships Action Groups Service Exchange Vocational Training Team Vocational Award Rotational Meeting LaunchRALEIGH Bridges to Success Networking Events Club Service Community Service Int’l Service Vocational Service Take a Kid to the Ballgame 4 Way Test Essay Contest Alex Wilson Scholarship Interact Rotaract RYLA Rotary Against Drugs Speech Youth Workshops Youth Service
  22. 22. Is Your Member Profile up to Date? Log into the club’s website and check It should look something like this
  23. 23. Use the Member Home Page To update your profile * Requires login to view Member Home menu
  24. 24. Presidential Citation ProgressREQUIRED ACTIVITIES □ Pay our July 2017 club invoices on time. □ Pay our January 2018 club invoices on time. □ Report volunteer hours and service project contributions in Rotary Club Central. SUPPORT & STRENGTHEN CLUBS Achieve at least 4 of the following goals: □ Set at least 10 goals in Club Central. □ Update the club’s strategic plan. □ Achieve a net gain => 2 members. □ Achieve a net gain => 2 female members. □ Achieve a net gain =>2 members under 40. □ Engage members in activities outside regular club meetings. At least one club social activity or more than 50 percent of our club’s members participated in club service activities. □ Sponsor or co-sponsor a new Rotary club or a Rotary Community Corps to expand Rotary’s reach in our community. □ Sponsor or co-sponsor an Interact or Rotaract club to involve young people in Rotary. X X X X X FOCUS & INCREASE HUMANITARIAN SERVICE Achieve at least 4 of the following goals: □ Sponsor, or participate in, a polio- related fundraising or awareness event. □ Partner with The Rotary Foundation by sponsoring at least one project funded by a global grant or a district grant. □ Carry out at least one project focused on the environment. □ Collaborate with other Rotary clubs in our region to increase a project’s scope and visibility. □ Involve Rotaractors, Interactors, Rotary Community Corps members, or Rotary alumni in club projects and events. □ Increase our club’s total giving to The Rotary Foundation by at least 10 percent . □ Increase the number of members who give $25 or more to any Rotary Foundation fund. □ Attain a minimum Annual Fund contribution of $100 per capita. □ Use the Rotary Ideas platform, to contribute to a project or seek resources for our club’s local or international projects. ENHANCE PUBLIC IMAGE & AWARENESS Achieve at least 4 of the following goals: □ Use Rotary’s brand guidelines, templates, and other resources in all our communications. □ Regularly update our club website and social media accounts. □ Host and promote a community event to support World Polio Day, and register it on □ Engage our community by hosting at least one networking event for local professionals, community organizations, or Rotary alumni. □ Establish or continue a partnership with one or more corporate or government entities or NGO and work on a project together. □ Host a community forum or seminar about an issue that’s important in our community. □ Have local media cover a club project, event, or fundraiser. □ Promote peace and develop future leaders by sponsoring or hosting at least one Rotary Youth Exchange student or sponsoring at least one participant in a RYLA event. X
  25. 25. 3-Year Club Membership Goals 80 28 40 72 22 30 65 16 20 58 11 10 0 20 40 60 80 Total Under 40 Ladies Current 2018 2019 2020