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1 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service Club Assembly #9 Avenues of Service

2 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service 1. True or False: (must get all parts right to score one point) Vocational Service usually deals with business; either the training therefore or the ethics thereof TF Vocational Service and Community service frequently cross paths TF There is a clear division between Vocational and International Service TF

3 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service 2. All of the following are true about Vocational Service except: A.Clubs work individually on their Vocational Service Projects B.Business ethics would be considered a part of Vocational Service C.Vocational Service often depends on the skills of the Rotarian involved D.Vocational Service Projects could include a risk management experience for young people

4 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service 3. WCS projects (World Community Service) could easily overlap with Vocational Service: TF

5 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service 4. Club Service focuses on A.Effective international projects for the club B.Teaching school-aged children about business ethics, involving club members C.Getting the best wait staff for club meeting days D.Strengthening fellowship and ensuring the effective functioning of the club.

6 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service 5. Match the Avenues (for one point total): Community Service _____ a. expand Rotary's humanitarian reach International Service _____ b. Board member or committee chair Club Service _____ c. Ethics Vocational service _____ d. projects and activities in a club’s hometown

7 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service 6. How old is the concept of “Avenues of Service” A.Dates from 1947 on the death of Paul Harris, when The Rotary Foundation took off. B.Dates from the days of Bichai Rattikul, who invented the phrase. C.Started in 1923 at the 14 th International Convention with the “Aims and Objects Plan” D.Started in 1953 and was first “The Ways of Rotary”

8 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service 7. Each Rotary club has absolute autonomy in the manner in which they pursue the “Avenues of Service.” TF

9 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service 8. The most important element in action in any Avenue of Service is assessing need: YESNO

10 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service 9. You think that the children of Nigeria need a music instruction program. Who is the first person to whom you should talk? A.Your Club’s International Service Chair B.The district Governor in Nigeria C.A church desiring to match your funds for the project D.The music department of your State University

11 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service 10 You’ve heard about a program for reflective stickers on fire hydrants in your town. Who’s the best person to whom to pitch the idea? A.The fire chief B.The public information officer at the fire department C.Your Club’s community service Chair D.The sticker-maker

12 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service 11. With regard to the future of Rotary service, Paul Harris was an eternal optimist. TRUEFALSE

13 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service 12. A physician Rotarian in your town wants to start a Blood Pressure Screening Project with the help of your college’s pre-med students. This would be an example of: A.International Service – hypertension can be found in any country B.Community Service – it’s they who will benefit, and that determines the Avenue of Service C.Vocational AND Community Service – the students also benefit D.Club Service – maybe a Rotarian or two will be screened

14 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service 13. Your club can perform International Service without members going to the served country TRUEFALSE

15 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service 14.Health, Hunger, and Humanity Grants: A. Are also called 4-H Grants B.Require previous experience with the target district C.May be planned in detail using Individual Grants D.Require a 10% financial contribution from the sponsors E.B, C, & D.

16 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service 15. A District Simplified Grant (DSG) could serve as an opportunity for Community, Vocational, or International Service: TRUEFALSE

17 Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Club Assembly Quiz # 9 -- Avenues of Service Thank YOU!! Your participation in this little quiz was just the start of the many places to which we might look for help in finding Rotary – I really thank you for your participation. If you have a Rotary question which might be suitable for this new section, please write me at:


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