CELEBRATING 14 YEARS OF E-CLUBS

Rotary eClub One – Back to Boulder WEDNESDAY APRIL 29, 2015 - Annual Dinner.

Each year the members of Rotary eClub One have a chance to have dinner together. Normally, that event is held on the Monday evening during the Rotary International Convention in the city where the convention is held. Once in a while we choose instead to have dinner in the city of the Rotary club that sponsored us, Boulder Colorado. And this is the year as we will meet in Boulder! we will also have fun days together prior to the event. You can sign up now for all these by clicking on Back to Boulder under the "learn about Rotary eClub One" tab or by pasting this address in your browser: https://rotaryeclubone.org/about/backtoboulder/ .

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We are proud to be the very first eClub ever created. Our members come from every walk of life and from across the globe. Most of us came here because our schedules didn't allow us to meet the membership requirements of our local club.

Back by popular demand, you can now again SHARE YOUR CLUB'S BANNER for the world to see on this page of this website (see below on the right).
CLICK HERE to send a .jpg photo of your banner.

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PLEASE CONTRIBUTE TO HELP PEOPLE IN VANUATU

Here is another example of actions the Rotary eClub One is involved in: we want to remain active in helping fellow citizens anywhere in the world following a disaster. For this, a Disaster Relief Committee was created by the Rotary eClubOne in 2011.
Rotary eClubOne wants to send help in the form of money rapidly to a specific person or small group for their immediate need. Rotary eClubOne does not usually send funds to large international organizations, we prefer to send it to local clubs for them to give to a specific person or a specific family in need. An horrific hurricane hit the country of Vanuatu on March 13, 2015. We are collecting now to help them as soon as we can.
Hurricane Pam, one of the strongest storms seen in the South Pacific in years, made a direct hit on the capital, raising fears of mass destruction.
Would you please help us help them with a generous donation by clicking on the photo?





CELEBRATING 14 YEARS OF E-CLUBS

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President's Message APRIL 2015

Hello Rotarians

As I was writing my letter of the month, I saw that my Governor wrote everything that I had written, but better.  So, here is our 5450 District Governor monthly letter.

Tracy Adams

Rotary eClub One President

 

Read Your Rotarian!

 

Each month, Rotary Publishes the Rotarian Magazine, which connects the more than 1.2 million Rotarians around the world by showing how we are addressing the issues captured by the six areas of focus; maternal and child health, disease prevention and treatment, literacy and basic education, community and economic development, water, sanitation and hygiene and peace and conflict resolution. But there is so much more to this story. Beginning in 1915, four years after the original magazines launch, the first regional magazine debuted in the British Isles. Now, 30 regional magazines are published in 24 different languages in over 130 countries reaching over 870 thousand Rotarians. The original Rotarian continues strong.

 

Eighteen Nobel Prize winners and 22 Pulitzer Prize winners have appeared in our pages, including Mahatma Gandhi, Desmond Tutu, Pearl S. Buck, Scott Turow, Carol Guzy, and Kurt Vonnegut Jr. In 2012, The Rotarian swept the Media Industry Newsletter awards with 10 editorial and design honors – more than twice the number of any other publication.

 

Why should all Rotarians spend some time each month reading this magazine? Let’s just take a look at the three feature articles in the April issue; an article on Alzheimer’s disease revealing a Rotary connection to promoting research into the causes and potential treatments for this disease. Another article looking at a radical new approach to fundraising by non-profits. Or a third article about a new concept Rotary club in Crawley Australia with such descriptive words as Unique, Diverse, Innovative, Fresh, Fun, Modern, Young, Breath Taking. Isn’t that what we are striving to achieve in our district with the Satellite movement and our proposals to the Council on Legislation. In the words of Past District Governor Dan, our mantra is “OBSERVE, STEAL, MODIFY and IMPLEMENT”. 

 

There is so much in the Rotarian to which we might apply this mantra! Finally, what better and easier way to promote Rotary than to have your Rotarian displayed in your place of business for anyone to pick up and read and learn a bit about Rotary. 

 

Enjoy your Rotarian Magazine every month and PASS IT ON!!

 

Peter Ewing

5450 District Governor 2014-2015


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