Throughout the year, Rotary members have shared their inspiring stories here on our blog. As the year draws to a close, we wanted to take a moment to look back at some of the top posts of the year (based on views). Thank you for sharing, and keep telling Rotary’s story!
Michael Walstrom, president of the Rotary Club of Downtown Boca Raton, Florida, shares his program for recruiting young professionals. Tasked with increasing membership in his district, he conducted a survey of ten questions designed to identify what young professionals are looking for in a service club.
Stephanie Urchick, chair of Rotary’s Strategic Planning Committee, breaks down what went into developing Rotary’s new vision statement and why it’s important.
Alyce Henson, staff photographer for Rotary International, shares her tips for taking better photos, that you can incorporate into People of Action materials to promote your club and show how Rotary takes action to create lasting change.
Scott Carr, 2017-18 governor of District 5340, describes how his district used People of Action materials in the San Diego International Airport to greet incoming leaders arriving for Rotary’s annual training event and share Rotary’s story with the general public.
Clubs around the world share images of their events celebrating the anniversary of the first Rotary club meeting, 23 February.
Ashley Demma, social & digital specialist for Rotary International, shares her tips for using social media to amplify your club’s message.
Bob Wallace, Rotary Coordinator for Zone 24 East and a member of the Rotary Club of Port Hope, Ontario, Canada, explains why following up on membership leads in My Rotary can benefit your club.
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