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The theme of the 2014 District Conference “Keys to Rotary’s Future” will be the focus of featured speakers Rotary International Vice President Anne Matthews of South Carolina, RI Director-Elect and International Assembly Trainer Brad Howard of California and RI President’s Representative Alana Bergh of Alaska.
The Conference is next week. Register now to attend and don't forget the Bunny Harper Golf Tourney on Thursday. Pay Frank if you plan to play at Coldwater Creek.
“Expecting the world to treat you fairly
because you are good,
is like expecting the bull not to charge
because you are a vegetarian.”
For more than 100 years, our guiding principles have been the foundation upon which our values and tradition stand. The Four-Way Test, Object of Rotary, and the Avenues of Service express our commitment to service, fellowship, diversity, integrity, and leadership.
Rotary’s strategic plan ensures that our future is as strong as our past. The plan unifies the direction of Rotary International and The Rotary Foundation and identifies three strategic priorities supported by 16 goals.
AREAS OF FOCUS
We direct our efforts in six areas to enhance our local and global impact. Our most successful and sustainable projects and activities tend to fall within the following areas:
- Promoting peace
- Fighting disease
- Providing clean water
- Saving mothers and children
- Supporting education
- Growing local economies