By Dick Galitz, president of the 711 Club, at the rededication of Room 711 on the first floor of RI World Headquarters in Evanston, Illinois, USA
It’s very special to be standing in front of the rededicated Room 711 on this occasion. It is a special room. When you go into the room, you can just feel, I can feel, the atmosphere and sense of four guys getting together and saying “let’s build a fellowship.” Continue reading
By Mark Glickman, rabbi of two synagogues in the Seattle area and a religion columnist for the Seattle Times. His book Burnt Pearls: The Rise, Fall and Redemption of the Nazi Jewish Library, will be published by the Jewish Publication Society next year.
My wife is a past-president of the Rotary Club of Duvall, Washington, USA, and I’ve had the opportunity to participate as her sidekick ever since she joined. During those years, I’ve come to know Rotary as a group of wonderful people doing important work and showing deep commitment to bettering their communities and the world.
That’s why I was surprised to see Rotary listed as a subversive organization and an enemy of human progress. Continue reading