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Registration for DisCon 2014 is now open.  Please go to www.7040discon2014.com to find all information first. 
Book your hotel room at the Delta before September 4 to get the Conference Rate!
If you are an Early Bird, use the confirmation code that you got in your confirmation email to finish your registration.  Do not use the link on the right.
Information about the Silent Auction, the House of Friendship and Sponsorship Opportunities are attached to the July 13 bulletin. Go to www.7040discon2014.com to find all information first. There is very little information on the registration site. - See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/50214#sthash.2OdMu9AV.dpuf
 
 
 
 
Information about the Silent Auction, the House of Friendship and Sponsorship Opportunities are attached to the July 13 bulletin. Go to www.7040discon2014.com to find all information first. There is very little information on the registration site. - See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/50214#sthash.2OdMu9AV.dpuf
Information about the Silent Auction, the House of Friendship and Sponsorship Opportunities are attached to the July 13 bulletin. Go to www.7040discon2014.com to find all information first. There is very little information on the registration site. - See more at: http://portal.clubrunner.ca/50214#sthash.2OdMu9AV.dpuf
 
 
 

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Potential members see “WHAT” when they visit your club?  They draw conclusions about the club.  Should they join??
 
Is your club friendly?  Is your club engaged in community projects?  Do the members seem engaged?
 
Does your club have a short brochure or business card which describes the club?   Is there a Club bulletin?  Are there member reports about upcoming projects?  Is there evidence that the club has FUN together?  In short “WHAT’S YOUR IMAGE?”
 
Every Club has a different personality.  There is a regular meeting format, some socializing, some program and some Rotary/Club information.  If the meeting depicts a vibrant club, a friendly club, an engaged club wouldn’t that be a good selling point to a potential member!
 
 If you were interviewing for a job, how would you act?  The potential member is here to interview your club, so act accordingly, besides the same characteristics apply to member retention as well.
 
How does your club stack up?  Make “What’s Your Image” an assembly discussion and see what you can learn.
 

 
 
The Adventure in Citizenship (AiC) Program, spearheaded by the Rotary Club of Ottawa, is the oldest running Adventure program in the District and will be celebrating its 65th anniversary in 2015. For four days each May, the AiC program offers a unique opportunity for 200 youth between 16-18 years of age to come to our nation’s capital, engage with others from across the country, and deepen their knowledge of Canada and its institutions. Students are billeted in Rotarians’ and friends of Rotarians’ homes and spend their time learning about both the privileges and responsibilities of Canadian citizenship through interactive workshops and plenary sessions, engaging in a dynamic mock election process, and visiting institutions such as the House of Commons, the Canadian Museum of History, and the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health.
 
 
 
 
 
 
WEEK 8 WHAT IS THE ROTARY FOUNDATION’S ANNUAL FUND?
 
The Rotary Foundation is funded in two different ways: the Annual Fund and the Endowment Fund. The primary source of unrestricted support for the programs of The Rotary Foundation, the Annual Fund supports programs in more than 200 geographical regions. From digging clean water wells for villages in Africa to reaching basic literacy skills to children in Latin America, during any given moment in a day, thousands of Rotarians volunteer their time and expertise to ensure that all contributions given to the Annual Fund are spent wisely on quality Rotary projects. In the 2012-13 Rotary year, US$115 million was donated to The Rotary Foundation’s Annual Fund (Making History in Rotarian generosity). The Annual Fund is comprised of donations from Rotarians, friends of Rotary, corporations, workplace giving vehicles and can be matched by corporate matching gifts to leverage your donation. There is even a place on the rotary website that allows you to see if your company has a charitable matching program…check it out at: www.rotary.org
 
WON’T YOU SUPPORT THE ANNUAL FUND WITH AT LEAST $10 A MONTH OR $120 THIS YEAR?
 
 
 

 
Friday October 31st to Monday November 3rd, 2014
                                               
Depart Cornwall on Friday Oct 31st to arrive New York around 5pm.  Your hotel for 3 nights is at the Comfort Suites, Chelsea Suite with 2 queen beds, full breakfast
 
Saturday is Rotary Day at the United Nations.  Register at: http://www.riunday.org
You must register online before October 15.  There is no registration on site.  This unique opportunity will offer both a visit to the United Nations Headquarters in New York City and participation in panel discussions featuring leaders and officials from the United Nations, UN affiliated Non Governmental Organizations (NGO's) and Rotary International. Lunch is included in the registration fee and will be served in the main United Nations Cafeteria overlooking the East River.
 
 
 
 

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