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After being contacted by a member of one of the Naples club in Italy, Rotary eClub One agreed to sponsor a new e-Club in Southern Italy. The District Governor's main worry was that this new club might take all the “best” members of the area. That didn't happen because the new club was composed mainly of people who had never been Rotarians before. This is also not the case of an existing club becoming an e-Club or a hybrid Club. This is a brand new club started with 30 members composed of 23 new Rotarians, and only seven existing Rotarians, mostly living abroad.

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You can also learn about Membership month by reading the President's Message below.

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President's Message SEPTEMBER 2015

September is New Generation Month

 

New Generations refers to the youngest generation in the family of Rotary. Many are participants in Rotary’s youth and young adult programs: Interact, Rotaract, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA), and Rotary Youth Exchange. Others are service minded young people involved in Rotary club and district activities.

 

Past RI President Luis Vicente Giay coined the term “New Generations” when he shared his belief that the future of Rotary relied on involving young people in the organization’s programs and activities.  At the 1996 RI Convention in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, he said:

Our vision for the future, now more than ever, is the difference between success and failure. The New Generations are our investment in the future. Let us begin to build that future today.”

 

New Generations Service became Rotary’s fifth Avenue of Service in 2010. It is defined in article 5 of the Standard Rotary Club Constitution: “New Generations Service recognizes the positive change implemented by youth and young adults through leadership development activities, involvement in community and international service projects, and exchange programs that enrich and foster world peace and cultural understanding.”

 

Rotary clubs should be committed to involving youth and young adults in their vocational, community, and international service projects, and to providing programs and resources that support them.


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