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Read Me

Modify this slide set to suit your club and your audience. Use images from your club and your projects.

Note that many slides have images embedded in their backgrounds. You can replace any slide background with a “plain” background with the Rotary logo by:

RIGHT-Click the background

Choose “Slide Design”

In the right-hand panel, RIGHT-Click the background you want (with or without Rotary logo)

Choose “ Apply to Selected Slides”

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Welcome to Discover Rotary

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Rotary International

, the world’s oldest service club organization,

is a global network of business and professional leaders who

Provide humanitarian service

Encourage high ethical standards in all vocations

Help build goodwill and peace in the world

Over 1.2 million members in 35,000 clubs in over 200 countries

Motto:

“Service Above Self”

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The first Rotary Club was organized in 1905, by Chicago Attorney Paul P. Harris

The original four member club met for fellowship,

in rotation at member’s offices -- thus, the name

Rotary

Rotary’s first community service project was providing a public toilet outside the

Chicago City Hall

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Founded in January of 1916

(11 years after Rotary was founded – Club #205)

Part of District 7750

The largest and oldest of 53 clubs in the District

www.GreenvilleRotary.org

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The Rotary Club of Greenville has sponsored many projects in the

Greenville community, including:

Textile Hall

Furman's original gymnasium and Manly Field

Rotary Lake at Camp Greenville

Camp Sevier

Rotary Civic Chorale (Greenville Chorale)

14 other Upstate South Carolina Rotary clubs trace their roots to us

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Club Service

: Strengthening fellowship & networking

while ensuring the smooth functioning of the club

2.

Vocational Service

: Serving others through our professions and aspiring to high ethical standards – sharing skills and expertise through our vocations, and inspiring others in the process

Five Avenues of Service

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Five Avenues of Service

Community Service:

Projects and activities that improve

life in the local community

International Service:

Expanding Rotary’s humanitarian

reach around the world and promoting

world understanding and peace

Youth Service:

Recognizes the

positive change implemented by

youth and young adults

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Club Service

Fellowship and Networking

Club meetings (2nd and 4th Tuesday noon)

Rotary CONNECT (happy hour first Monday of each month)

Fall Outing

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Club Service

Serving on a Committee that best meets your interests

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Vocational Service

Teacher of the Year Recognition Day:

Teachers are recognized and rewarded

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Career Day

: Students shadow a Rotarian for the day to

learn about their respective fields

Vocational Service

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Vocational Service

Law Enforcement Recognition Day:

Law Officers are

recognized & rewarded for their service

City Police

County Sheriff

Federal Agencies

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Roper Mountain Holiday Lights

Started in 1991

Over 20,000 vehicles each year

Over $2.1 million for science

education and community

service since beginning

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Community Service

Money Smart

: to empower adults with the basic tools to take control of their financial situation. Adults are taught to understand credit, have a budget, use banks, and develop a savings plan.

Read-to-Me

: Rotarians read to children attending day-care centers

for low-income families

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Community Service

Greenville Literacy Association: P

roviding volunteer tutors to Greenville Literacy for their adult literacy and English as a Second Language program, fund scholarships, and fund Classroom renovations

Veterans’ Mentor Project:

an outreach program for returning

veterans and their families in the Upstate

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International Service

Partners in Agriculture:

Rotarians have established a program in

Haiti to teach and deploy modern agriculture, thus producing crops

to fight malnutrition in children. Presently feeding over 30,000 children and producing an exportable peanut product

.

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International Service

Clean Water:

The Rotary Club of Greenville cooperates with other

Rotary clubs to complete water projects in Honduras, Guatemala

and El Salvador

Global Grants from The Rotary Foundation provide funding

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Youth Service

Greenville Rotaract:

Founded in 2010 it is a group for young professionals from all over the Upstate who wished to create a space for networking and advancing the mission of Rotary, usually the 2nd Wednesday of the month

Interact

is Rotary’s service club for young people ages 12 to 18

Early Act First Knight

is a curriculum-based character education program for elementary and middle schools

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The Rotary Foundation

Rotary’s non-profit foundation that supports Rotary in the fulfillment

of the Object of Rotary and the achievement of world understanding

and peace through humanitarian, educational and cultural programs.

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The Rotary Foundation

PolioPlus

was launched by Rotary in 1985

Rotary’s efforts have achieved a 99.99% reduction in the

number of Polio cases worldwide

Now working on the final countries; Pakistan, Afghanistan & Nigeria

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The Rotary Foundation

Humanitarian grants

Nutrition programs & clean water systems

Educational programs

Vocational School in Haiti

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Why Join Rotary?

Professional networking

Opportunity to serve

Personal growth

Friendship

Cultural diversity

Good citizenship

World understanding

Entertainment

Community involvement

Ethical environment

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Rotary Fees (new members)

- $188 Dues

- $50 Scholarship Funding

$25 Rotary Foundation Contribution

- $12 Directory

(optional)

- $126

Meals (1 Quarter)

TOTAL = $551

(Pro-Rated to July 1)

+

$150 Initiation Fee (1-time, waived for prior Rotarians)

Quarterly payments of $126 for meals & parking

Plus $25 Rotary Foundation contribution

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How to Join

Membership is by invitation from a Rotarian

Submit a completed application with two member (sponsor)

signatures and Resume

The Board must approve your application and then your sponsor will

introduce you as a new member during a meeting

You begin new member orientation activities and a great adventure

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What happens if I join?

Attend New Member Orientation (held the fourth Monday every month) with your spouse, sponsors, and mentor.

 

Set up your personal profile on the website so people can contact you, and become familiar with the website.

 

Attend as many of the lunch meetings as possible striving for 100% attendance. Make-up any missed meetings within two weeks.

 

Be a Greeter at our lunch meetings!

 

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What happens if I join?

Quickly identify the service-related activity - something that excites you or that you’re passionate about.

 

When Holiday Lights rolls around, sign up to volunteer to be a part of the set up and tear down.

As you find a committee that sounds interesting, contact the Committee Chair(s) and find out how you can sit in on one or two of their meetings or shadow someone. Once you’ve found a committee that’s right for you, simply join in and see how you can make a difference!

 

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Welcome to Discover Rotary

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