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Rotary - New Members Presentation
Transcript of Rotary - New Members Presentation
Pearls of Wisdom
- Connect the Dots -
Meeting Times & Locations
Scheduling & Reminders
Welcome to Our Newest Members!
Hans Ericson - (Brad Schroeder)
Todd Elverson - (Doug Saltsgaver)
Rick Gaede - (Craig Laws)
John Garvey - (Doug Lewis)
Michelle Gowdy - (Debra Peckumn)
Chad Mason - (Evie Johnson)
Earn to Learn
Educator, Firefighter & Police Awards
What about the rest of the World?
International Service Projects
Group Study Exchange
How do we shares
this opportunity with
How do we share this opportunity with more people?
Membership Review & Classification
New Member Induction
How do we pay for all this?
How do we recognize our achievements?
I enjoy these people. Let's do something significant together!
SERVICE ABOVE SELF
Voluntary $3 donation supports RCDM scholarships and awards
Dues statements are sent out quarterly by email
$1428 annually (billed $357 per quarter), which covers
The Rotarian magazine
District and International Dues, and other administrative fees
$25 per quarter ($100 annually) RCDM Foundation contribution
$25 per quarter ($100 annually) Rotary International Foundation’s Annual Sustaining Member Program.
To date Rotary has helped decrease
the number of polio endemic
countries from 125 to 3:
Afghanistan, Nigeria and Pakistan.
The Gates Foundation has awarded the Rotary Foundation a $255 million challenge grant bringing the total commitment by Rotary and the Gates Foundation to $555 million.
It is the largest grant ever given to a volunteer service organization and represents a tremendous validation of the approach and success of our Polio Plus program.
What You Can Expect:
An opportunity to meet weekly with fellow Rotarians
Business leaders representing a cross section of the business community
Ability to visit other Clubs in this country and around the world.
View meeting speakers
Find make-up locations
Bring A Guest
You were once a guest, too!
Call or e-mail RCDM office with guest information
$20 at registration table or billed to your account
Pick up name tag and check pronunciation of guest’s name
Prospective member: No charge for first two visits
New Member Project
New effort to promote involvement among new members
Select community-service based work project
$100 seed money per new member from RCDM
New Member Induction Committee Point of Contact
Let Your Imagination Run Wild!
Supporting Rotary's 6 areas of focus:
•Peace and conflict prevention/resolution
•Disease prevention and treatment
•Water and sanitation
•Maternal and child health
•Basic education and literacy
•Economic and community development
Both RCDM Foundation and RI Foundation expenses are tax deductible.
The induction fee is $285, which includes $100 to start your Paul Harris and $25 is a contribution to the RCDM Foundation, which funds our local scholarships and literacy programs.
Rotary Club of Des Moines Foundation
The Rotary Club of Des Moines Foundation is founded on our commitment to the Rotary value of Service Above Self. The Foundation advances the collective charitable and educational goals of the club with the community we share.
Mission Statement of the RCDM FOUNDATION
Sponsor Event Flyers
Promote your organization or community event
Supports RCDM Foundation
Contact RCDM office for application form
Only two per week – max
You supply collateral and place on tables
Rotary International is the world’s first service club started February 23, 1905 in Chicago, Illinois by a young University of Iowa law school graduate, Paul Harris.
He invited three business associates to discuss his idea that “business relations could and should foster friendly relations.”
They decided a club format would best serve their goals. The name “Rotary” was later selected because the meetings rotated between the offices of the members.
The Chicago club was Chartered #1; our club was organized on May 1, 1911 and is Charter #27. We are the fifth oldest Rotary club west of the Mississippi. Only St. Louis, Kansas City, Lincoln and San Francisco are older.
Rotary is officially defined as
“an organization of business and professional men and women, united world-wide to provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.”
Our motto is
"Service Above Self"
and we recite the
“Four Way Test”
at the end of each Rotary meeting.
The Rotary Four-Way Test of the things we think, say or do:
Is it the TRUTH?
Is it FAIR to ALL concerned?
Will it build GOODWILL and FRIENDSHIP?
Will it be BENEFICIAL to ALL concerned?
As of June 2011, there were over 1,227,001 Rotary members, in over 33,913 Clubs located in 530 Districts in 211 Countries.
Our Rotary Club of Des Moines Club has 310 members as of July 2011. This includes the Governor of Iowa, Simon Estes, former Congressman Neal Smith and former Gov.’s Robert Ray and Terry Branstad and Tom Vilsack, who are all Honorary Members.
Selection of Rotary members is unique. Every member, with the exception of Paul Harris, is invited to join our membership by another Rotarian.
Each of you has been loaned a classification representing your business or profession. Your classification is listed on your name badge. The yellow “New Member” ribbon hanging from your badge identifies you as a new member and gives the seasoned members a chance to meet you and help you feel comfortable in our club.
Bring a Guest!
No charge for first two visits of prospective member
$20 at registration table or bill to account
Yellow New Membership Badge
Your classification designates your business or profession.
Salisbury House Rotary Reception
First Friday Fellowships
World Food Prize
Hands on Bookfest for Kids
Anne Herriage (Bob Hopper)
Wes Jordan (Bob Bettendorf)
Ron Keller (Therese Wielage; proxy for Allen Zagoren)
Brian Mulcahy (Randy Worth)
Craig Rueschhoff (Dick Reasons)
Brook Smith (Susan Voss; proxy for Jim Vickery)
Block Thursday's off!