Meet RGHF at booth #73 Sydney
Choose the winning book title and win a trip to the Convention
Rotary International has commissioned Rotary member and author David Forward to write the definitive history of our Foundation to celebrate 100 years of Doing Good in the World in 2016-17. From now through 15 June, you can vote for one of four selected titles or submit your own for a chance to win a trip to the 2017 Rotary Convention in Atlanta or a free copy of the book.
Click here for PDF then please click on the month, next to the “new” icon, for the current PDF issue. Past issues are also found here.
The other day, I received a video message from RI President Ron Burton and Trustee Chair D.K.Lee, as a thank you note for a recent contribution I had made to the Rotary Foundation. While it is a duty for each Rotarian to contribute to TRF every year, such gestures from Rotary leaders gives greater significance to the small efforts each one of us make at the grassroots level.
As we enter the final month of this Rotary Calendar year, a good time to reflect back on the year. Have we met our goals? Have we accomplished what we had set out to do? Have we made our contribution? Have we Engaged Rotary and Changed Lives?
Many of our readers would be packing their bags and getting ready for travel to the beautiful harbor city of Australia – Sydney, for the International Convention commencing June 1st. We wish you safe travels and an enjoyable time with friends from all over the globe. Please take time to meet RGHF at booth #73.
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The Global History of Rotary, and of RGHF is always at www.historyfan.org
The RGHF/WiKi “History Library” where all Rotarians can now post their club/district histories at www.historylibrary.org
Free and easy. RGHF members get special privileges.