Rotary Club of Miami “Service Above Self” http://rotarydistrict6110.org
Rotarian of the Day Schedule
Tuesday Jul 31 2012 TODAY’S PROGRAM
Director of Athletics, NEO
CLUB NEWS NOTICE: We will be meeting in Montana Mike’s for the summer break. We’ll let you know when it’s time to return to NEO College. Scholarship Program – We awarded two scholarships of $500.00 each to Jessica Williams and Toni Nigro; both are graduating Miami HS Seniors with plans to attend NEO A&M College. New Members – Recently added to the roles: Kirk Williams (Rann Lee), David Wheeler (Willie Osborn). Membership/Attendance Stats – Jun 2012: 55 Active and 1 Honorary. Attendance: 70.65%. Perfect Attendance for June - Mike Addington, Freda Cantrell, .Jim Dicharry, Mark Folks, Brian Forrester, Judy Francisco, Ron
Weekly Bulletin -- If you are not currently receiving Gilbert, Rann Lee, Darrel Testerman, Ken Wagener, Marcel the bulletin e-mail 22% and of would likemembership. to be added to Walther. Thatby represents our total the mailing list send an e-mail to Jim Dicharry at Bulletin – Not receiving the weekly bulletin in your e-mail? email@example.com, or call him at 542-3800 Contact Jim Dicharry, 542-3800; firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol Coiner -- Student Presentations -- 4H Projects Alex Acupan -- Larry Eller -- New walking trail Bill Boyer -- Rocky Flick -- Blitz USA Jennifer Cheek --James Luedecke -- Asst Dir Quapaw Tribe Environmental Office. Chuck Chesnut -- Dale Patterson -- Dir of Athletics - NEO
Aug 07 Ways Marcel Walther to give to the Rotary Foundation: 14 Mark Folks 211. Contribute Greg Forkum online at www.rotary.org check to the Rotary Club 282. Write Franka Gray -- Miami Shannon Cunningham Foundation -- European Equine Trip 3.
Sep 04 11 18 25
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Brett Hayes Jeff Brown John Lomax Clark Osborn
Each month we recognize a local homeowner Tips for Being Rotarian of the Day for their efforts at improving their community by improving their own home. This month we 1. Plan ahead – get your speaker well in advance; are pleased to recognize: 2. Having trouble finding a program? Contact Marcel Walther (541-2620) email@example.com assistance. Terrya short Wright 3. Prepare and present (2-3 min) introduction of nd yourself. (Who you you NW do for a living etc.) 402are;2 what Ave 4. If your presenter has any special requirements contact your Sgt-at-Arms, Jim Dicharry (542-3800) ; firstname.lastname@example.org know as soon as possible. 5. If you wish to change your date, contact another member to trade dates and notify Marcel Walther, 541-2620, email@example.com.
The Four Way Test Followed by Rotarians worldwide in their business and professional lives, the Four-Way Test was created by Rotarian Herbert J. Taylor in 1932. It has since been translated into more than 100 languages and is used by organizations and individuals throughout the world. Of the things we think, say or do: 1) Is it the TRUTH? 2) Is it FAIR to all concerned? 3) Will it build GOODWILL & BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? 4) Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
PAUL HARRIS SOCIETY The Paul Harris Society is named after Paul P. Harris, founder of Rotary International. Paul Harris formed the world’s first service club, the Rotary Club of Chicago, on 23 February 1905. His intention was to recapture in a professional club the same friendly spirit he had felt in the small towns of his youth. Today, Paul Harris Society contributions to The Rotary Foundation support a wide range of humanitarian grants and educational programs that enable Rotarians to bring hope and promote international understanding throughout the world.
President (2012-2013) Brian Forrester President Elect (2013-2014) Ken Wagener President Nominee (2014-2015) Mark Folks Past President * Marcel Walther Secretary./Treasurer *** Ron Gilbert Sgt-at-Arms *** Jim Dicharry Member * Judy Francisco Member * Steven Blair Member ** Calvin Becker Member ** Mike Addington * Board service ends June 30, 2013 ** Board service ends June 30, 2014 *** Serve at the pleasure of the President
Board Meeting Third Wednesday of the month Aug 15, 2012 11:50 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. INTEGRIS Baptist Regional
Notes from Rotary International: Attendance Requirement. Meeting the minimum attendance requirement is your responsibility as a Rotarian. Your regular attendance at club functions provides several benefits. For instance, it: Fosters fellowship among club members Provides opportunities to meet new people and reconnect with long-time friends Keeps you current on club, district, and Rotary International news and events Attendance Requirements. As explained in the Standard Rotary Club Constitution, each member should meet the following requirements: Attend or make up at least 50% of your Rotary club meetings in each half of the year. Attend at least 30% of your club’s meetings in each half of the year. A member may not miss or fail to make up four consecutive meetings.
ONGOING ROTARY PROJECTS PROJECT 4-Way Speech Contest - local and national competition with monetary awards Annual Fundraising Auction Dictionary Project - local effort to give dictionaries to 3rd graders in Ottawa county Excellence in Education - scholarships and recognition of outstanding local students Neighborhood Pride – local effort to recognize homeowners who beautify their homes Organ Donor Awareness - local and international effort to encourage organ donors Pancake Feed Polio Plus - international effort to wipe out polio worldwide Rotary Parks - construction and maintenance of two public access parks in Miami Rotary Scholarship – program to award funds to deserving MHS senior(s) to attend NEO RYLA - youth activity to interest area students in Rotary activities Shoes for Orphans - international effort to collect and distribute new shoes to orphans
Point of Contact
Blair/Francisco Mark Folks Amy Ishmael Steve Cline Walther/Dicharry
John Lomax Steven Blair Chuck Chesnut
Miami Rotary Club General Information ATTENDANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Perfect attendance is our goal! o Every member is required to attend 60% of all meetings. o A Rotarian shall not miss more than 3 meetings consecutively. 2. You can make-up a missed attendance in one of several ways: o Online: (www.rotaryeclubone.org/) – thirty minutes suggested for this method. o At another Rotary Club: (14 days prior or after absence). o Other Makeups: attendance at Rotary Club projects, Board of Directors meetings, Committee meetings, district/International meetings, any gathering of Rotarians on Rotary business. 3. Leave of Absence. If you anticipate an extended absence, for any reason (work, personal, medical, educational etc.) send a letter to the Board of Directors requesting a Leave of Absence citing reason and duration. o ONLY MEETING ATTENDANCE IS WAIVED. o All financial responsibilities must continue to be met, (dues, Pancake Day work & tickets sold, etc.). 4. “Senior+” members can request in writing that their meeting attendance not be recorded in the club’s report. FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Admission Fee Annual dues (paid semi-annually within 30 of billing) Pancake Tickets (Rotarian must buy personally: eat, resell or giveaway) If work shift not fulfilled at Pancake Day, pay fine (maximum of) Sgt-at-Arms fines (benefits Rotary Foundation) – estimate $1.00 weekly Paul Harris event (recommended but optional) -- estimate $24.50 per ticket Tuesday meeting day luncheon ($7.50 x 50) Personal guests you bring to club meetings are your personal guests @ $7.50 Prospective new member’s lunch is paid for by the club
35.00 150.00 69.00 25.00 50.00 49.00 375.00 ? No charge
PROGRAM/CLUB/COMMITTEE RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Recommended participation in club fund-raising projects: a. Rotary Foundation, Rotary Auction, Rotary Park and special projects, etc. 2. Required participation in the following projects: a. Pancake Day, Sgt-at-Arms and those approved by Board, Club, District or RI as mandatory. 3. Meet attendance requirements (see #1-2-3 at top of page) 4. Propose/Mentor at least ONE person for membership annually. 5. Secure ONE program for assigned Tuesday meeting once a year (speaker is club’s luncheon guest) 6. Give Classification Talk when asked to do so (short informational talk about yourself, background, family, your business or profession, etc.) 7. Serve on committees when asked and where personal time permits. 8. Attend functions including Paul Harris Recognition event 9. Become acquainted with every member of the club. 10. Volunteer to help on projects whenever possible. 11. Suggest to officers and Board ways to improve the club, programs, projects, activities, etc.