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Welcome to Rotary E-Club of the Caribbean, 7020!
E-Club of the Caribbean
Service Above Self
We meet Saturdays at 9:00 AM
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St. Thomas, USVI  00802
US Virgin Islands
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Upcoming Events
Introduction to Basic Education and Literacy
Sep 05, 2015
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Board Meeting
Sep 12, 2015
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Club Training by Club Trainers
Sep 23, 2015
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Guest Speaker - provided by Rtn. Keturah
Sep 26, 2015
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Board Meeting
Oct 10, 2015
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Visit by DG Felix
Oct 17, 2015
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Club Training by Club Trainers
Oct 24, 2015
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Club Assembly #2
Oct 31, 2015
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
H. Wein Dimetros
September 15
Pabs Amoury
September 22
Howard Brown
September 26
Spouse Birthdays
Peter Prendergast
September 23
Join Date
John Fuller
October 2, 2002
13 years
Denise West
October 4, 2013
2 years
Camille Seaton
October 28, 2011
4 years
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Dear Rotarians and Guests,
The time is certainly speeding by as we now enter the third month of our Rotary year 2015 - 2016.  September is celebrated throughout the world of Rotary as Basic Education and Literacy Month.  So conveniently done; to tie in with the new school year generally celebrated in many countries.  We look forward to the launch of our Signature Project – Butterfly Storybook in this month and the wonderful stories that will be written by our young authors throughout District 7020 over the next couple months.  The volunteer judges look forward to reading each and everyone of them
We look forward to a month of activities coordinated by Rtn. Keturah as she takes the lead at our first meeting in the month.  We ask that you all continue to make an effort to support and participate throughout the month with your presence at our meetings.
We continue to remember our Dominican sisters and brothers whose lives were lost during the passage of TS Erika and those who were otherwise displaced.  Our prayers are with the families and friends at this time.   
Just past the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, and heading into the month of literacy and basic education, this video seems appropriate.
As last month was about membership, see what you have learned by this little test, the first of two.

Membership Questionnaire #1 – 12 questions for the E-Club -

  1. There are five standing committees within the Club Leadership Plan. Which committee is responsible for recruitment and retention:
    1. Club Administration
    2. Membership
    3. Public Relationship
    4. Service Projects
    5. Foundation

Answer: ___

2. Clubs may not elect a person to active membership from a classification in which the club already has:

  1. Five or more members of the said classification
  2. One member
  3. Three or more members in the classification
  4. 5% of the clubs active membership is already of the proposed classification
  5. None of the above

Answer: ___

3. As a method of encouraging younger members into Rotary, clubs may waive club dues and admission fees for members under the age of 35.

 ___True  ___ False

4. Rotary International keeps and maintains an official classification list by which all clubs are to conform to.

 ___True  ___ False

5. RI collects personal information about Rotary club members solely for the purpose of conducting the following core business activities:

  1. Billing
  2. Support The Rotary Foundation
  3. Identifying prospective candidates for presidential and Foundation appointments to conferences, RI and Foundation committees, resource groups, and other assignments
  4. Tracking membership trends, developing membership characteristics, producing demographic analyses, and supporting membership retention
  5. Identifying Rotarians who have specific language or professional skills
  6. All of the above
  7. Both a. and c.

Answer: ___ 

6. A person may join Rotary as a representative of the corporation for which he or she works.

 ___True  ___ False

7. The District Membership Committee highly recommends that the Club Membership Committee be broken into two key areas; what are these two key areas:

  1. Recruitment
  2. Membership
  3. Education
  4. Retention
  5. Mentoring
  6. Fellowship

Answer:  ___

8. What are the types of Membership that are recognized by Rotary International

  1. Active
  2. Senior Active
  3. Additional Active
  4. Honorary
  5. Past Service

Answer: (Choose all that apply) __________

9. The retention portion of the Membership plan is divided into four areas. Name all four areas:

  1. Mentoring
  2. Education
  3. Involvement
  4. Fellowship and Recognition
  5. None of the above
  6. All of the above
  7. Both "a" and "b"

Answer:  ___

10. It is highly recommended that the Rotarian who sponsors a new member to the club automatically becomes the mentor for this new Rotarian.

 ___True  ___ False

11. When should a member education program begin?

  1. Immediately after the induction ceremony
  2. After the member has been appointed to a committee
  3. Before being asked to join
  4. When the member asks for information about Rotary
12.  When is the right time to engage a new Rotarian into your activities?
  1. Six to Eight months after induction to ensure the new member is comfortable with the clubs’ activities
  2. When the new member asks to be appointed to a committee.
  3. At the induction ceremony
  4. When the new member stops coming to meetings.

Answer:  ___

And here are the answers:

1. b

2. a – Five or more members of the said classification

3. True

4. True

5. g

6. False

7. a and d – Recruitment and Retention

8. a and d

9. f All of the above

10. True

11. d When the member asks for information about Rotary OR

You could consider "c" the answer because, if you go out and recruit new members with an information session, you will not have asked the prospective member to join yet – but you can educate him/her about Rotary.

12. c At the induction ceremony (or before)


​Next week we will present additional membership questions.  You still have time to study!



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