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2 Introductions RLI Overview Notebook Review Evaluation Form Welcome!

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4 Welcome to The Rotary Gameshow!

5 February 23, 1905

6 Correct! The date Rotary was founded!

7 Paul, Silvester, Hiram and Gus

8 Correct! The 4 men who started Rotary – Paul Harris, Silvester Schiele, Hiram Shorey and Gustavus Loehr

9 Harry Ruggles

10 Tough One! Harry Ruggles was the 5 th man to join Rotary

11 Silvester Schiele

12 Tough One! Silvester was the first Rotary Club President

13 Winnipeg, Manitoba

14 Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada was the first Rotary club chartered outside of the US

15 Jacksonville, Florida

16 Jacksonville, Florida was the first Rotary club chartered in Zone 34

17 Herb Taylor

18 Herb Taylor wrote the Four Way Test

19 Chicago, 1910

20 The first Rotary Club Convention

21 Room 711

22 The location of the first Rotary club meetings

23 1957

24 The year the Paul Harris Fellow was created

25 1923

26 The keyway was added to the Rotary wheel logo.

27 1945

28 49 Rotarians help draft the charter for the United Nations

29 1985

30 Polio Plus becomes a formal project of Rotary International

31 $26.50

32 The amount donated to start The Rotary Foundation

33 1947

34 The year Paul Harris passed away

35 1989

36 Council on Legislation voted to allow women to become Rotarians

37 Measles, diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough and tuberculosis

38 The “Plus” in Polio Plus

39 Rotary International has changed since it’s founding in response to the changes in our world

40 Evaluations 0-9 Numerical scores are nice, but we really value your written comments

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42 What is It ?  What is the goal?  Why not just concentrate on our local community?

43 Fourth Object of Rotary

44  International Projects of Rotary International  The Role of The Rotary Foundation  Special Locally Designed Projects  Vocational Service  Club Awareness Opportunities

45 Developing an International Project How do we go about finding an international service project?

46  What are they?  Priorities  Requirements  Stewardship  Group Exercise

47  International service is a fundamental part of being a Rotary Club  International service is not limited to Rotary Foundation programs  International service projects are not as difficult as they might at first appear

48 Evaluations 0-9 Numerical scores are nice, but we really value your written comments

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50  Key factors in insuring success in carrying out a club project  Why do some people have influence while others do not

51  What may impede the success of a project or other endeavor?  How do you avoid mistakes?

52 Review & Discuss Scenario on the Following Slide What are the issues? Develop a plan and discuss how the group came to its conclusions. Discuss how they can gain acceptance for their plan and have implemented by the club.

53 The Rotary Club of Shark Valley has a few active, involved members, but most of the members are apathetic. They come to lunch, often leave before the program starts, and do nothing else. The membership is 33, down from 62 three years ago. The few active, involved members keep the club going, but they are getting tired of doing all the work. President Myron met with his board and the board listed several problems: (1) There are cliques who always sit together at meetings and ignore everybody else. People who wish to sit with them are discouraged. else. People who wish to sit with them are discouraged. (2) Some of the inactive members are big talkers, but when asked to do something, they fade away. something, they fade away. (3) Other members have not been at a meeting for many months, but the club is afraid of losing them if they push attendance. afraid of losing them if they push attendance. (4) Some members announce loudly: We do not need more members. We have a happy friendly group now, and more people will disturb that. happy friendly group now, and more people will disturb that. (5) When two members were asked to sponsor new members, they fired back: We only want quality members and we have to be very careful. only want quality members and we have to be very careful. (6) The President announced that he is having trouble filling the committees, because most people said they were too busy to participate. because most people said they were too busy to participate.

54 Leadership in ANY organization requires  A Positive Attitude  Building a Coalition  Proactive Leadership

55 Evaluations 0-9 Numerical scores are nice, but we really value your written comments

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57 $$$$100,000, a Year Business 555501 (c) (3) Foundation IIIIndependent of Rotary International

58 Annual Giving Endowment Fund (Permanent Fund) Where Donations Go Only Two “Buckets”

59 Money sent is Invested for three (3) Years- After which 100% is available for distribution. 50% is designated for District and Club Use (DDF / SHARE) Interest pays for TRF Operations! 50% Goes to the World Fund Annual Giving Annual Giving

60 50% is Designated for District Use, Called DDF or District Designated Funds  The District may use up to 50% of these funds for District Grants

61  Who decides how the DDF money is used?  What kind of projects can be done?

62 Foundation Programs  District Grants  Scholars  Vocational Training Teams  Peace Scholars  Group Study Exchange

63  The Annual Programs Fund contribution for District XXXX for the relevant year were (1) $200,000 (2) $300,000 (3) $400,000  What are the DDF monies available?  Plan your funding for District Grants. Be prepared to discuss your reasoning.

64  How should we determine what our priorities should be in Foundation programs?  What programs are funded by the World Fund?  How do the CLUBS take advantage of DDF funds?

65  What are the Foundation’s priorities for service to others?  Is DDF an efficient way to meet those priorities?

66  The Rotary Foundation is the resource for local and international service.  The DDF program provides substantial local control of how the contributions are used.  Now that you have a better understanding of how TRF distributes YOUR funds, please consider getting more involved

67 Evaluations 0-9 Numerical scores are nice, but we really value your written comments

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69 Techniques  Communication Opportunities in Rotary  What makes a good speech?  How do you prepare?  Introducing a Speaker or Dignitary

70 Introducing a Speaker  Topic  Importance  Speaker

71 Social Media  What is social media?  What are the advantages/disadvantages of using social media?  Which social media can be used to your club’s advantage?

72 Multitude of Tools

73 Summary  Opportunities or Occasions to use Communication Techniques abound in your Rotary Club environment, whether you are the Club President or a Member  Preparation is a key element for successful communication  Knowledge of your subject and your audience are also critical  Social media is a communication vehicle that should be explored for its best use in Rotary Clubs

74 Evaluations 0-9 Numerical scores are nice, but we really value your written comments

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76  What RLI Sessions were most memorable to you individually, and why?  Has RLI made a difference in your Rotary Club?  What are some of the issues facing Rotary and Your Club that can be improved through the use of skills or techniques learned in RLI?

77  Personal Action Plan to implement RLI skills  Is RLI making a Difference?

78 We hope that whatever your Rotary experience was when you came into RLI, you are leaving with some new or renewed skills and techniques that you will use to improve your club, and by extension, your local and the world community!

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