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Date: July 14, 2010 Club News Last week we had President Bill’s Assembly to organize for the year. This week we have PDG Dennis Viera presenting about The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. Next week we do not have a program schedule yet. Please contact President Bill or David for suggestions.

Club Coming Events July 14: PDG Dennis doing a presentation about The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.

July 18: Picnic at Ft. De Soto Shelter #13. Join us from a great day of fellowship, dominoes and fun by the beach. July 21: We do not have a program schedule yet. Please contact President Bill or David for suggestions. July 28: Club Assembly. Aug 4: Club Assembly to organize the Noche Tropical 2 Fund Raiser. Aug 11: We do not have a program schedule yet. Please contact President Bill or David for suggestions.

Aug 14: Noche Tropical 2 Dinner Dance at the Carrollwood Recreation Center. ( Aug 15: Rotary Rays Day X at Tropicana Field. Tickets start at $19 ($10 goes to the Rotary Foundation).

If you have any suggestions for programs, please communicate with David or José to schedule them.

RI President: Ray Klinginsmith – Kirksville, Missouri, USA

District 6890 Governor Ed Odom, Riverview, FL


For The Spring Things that are needed: Canned Vegetables, Canned Fruit, Canned Meats and Tuna, Boxed Pasta and Peanut Butter. Baby diapers. Please contact Rotarian MaryAnn Sturmfels for more information.

Food for Ronald MacDonald’s Home: For at least 20 persons. It can be bought or home cooked and delivered NLT 6pm. David is your contact. *If you can’t make it, please call him.

Aug. 21 - Joe Food for thought

“The best minds are not in government. If any were, business would hire them away”. - Ronald Reagan Just for Laughs At a BBQ a couple was chatting with some guests when the marriage counselling topic came up. The wife very pompous commented; “Oh we’ll never need that. My husband and I have an excellent relationship.” “My husband was a communications major in college and I majored in theatre arts. He communicates real well and I just act like I am listening.”

Birthday/Anniversary Birthdays Luisita Vega: July 2 Jim Horn: July 6 Frank Irizarry: July 18 Grace Viera: July 21 Anniversaries There are no anniversaries in July.

What if we could prevent just ONE child from suffering from POLIO? How much would that be worth? Click below and contact Dennis or José to learn more. Fellowship/Polio/HelpEradicatePolio/P ages/ridefault.aspx

Historic moments -- Rotary mottoes Rotary International News -- 7 July 2010 Rotary’s official mottoes, Service Above Self and One Profits Most Who Serves Best, trace back to the early days of the organization. In 1911, He Profits Most Who Serves Best was approved as the Rotary motto at the second convention of the National Association of Rotary Clubs of America, in Portland, Oregon. It was adapted from a speech made by Rotarian Arthur Frederick Sheldon to the first convention, held in Chicago the previous year. Sheldon declared that "only the science of right conduct toward others pays. Business is the science of human services. He profits most who serves his fellows best." The Portland convention also inspired the motto Service Above Self. During a convention outing on the Columbia River, Ben Collins, president of the Rotary Club of Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, talked with Seattle Rotarian J.E. Pinkham about the proper way to organize a Rotary club, offering the principle his club had adopted: Service, Not Self. Pinkham invited Paul P. Harris, who also was on the boat trip, to join their conversation. Harris asked Collins to address the convention, and the phrase Service, Not Self was met with great enthusiasm. At the 1950 RI Convention in Detroit, slightly modified versions of the two slogans were formally approved as the official mottoes of Rotary: He Profits Most Who Serves Best and Service Above Self. The 1989 Council on Legislation established Service Above Self as the principal motto of Rotary, because it best conveys the philosophy of unselfish volunteer service. He Profits Most Who Serves Best was modified by the 2004 Council to They Profit Most Who Serve Best and by the 2010 Council to its current wording, One Profits Most Who Serves Best.

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See Rotary History and Archives Visit the Rotary Global History Fellowship website. Read more Historic Moments

Rotary Picnic Highlights Come have a nice day at the beach with your family while enjoying good Rotary fe llowship

and networking.

Just bring your own picnic basket and get to know fello

Rotarians and their fami lies.


Free and open to all Rota rians and their families.

electricity and  Large shelter with facilities  Beach access

wship  Great Rotary Fello whole family Bocce,  Activities for the d of course, horseshoes, cards, an g your own. DOMINOES!!! Or brin coal will be  BBQ grills and char ring Your Own available. BYOM&B (B beverages) Meat—and choice of

Tampa West Latin Rotary Club Summer Fellowship Picnic Fort De Soto Park (Shelter 13) 3500 Pinellas Bayway S., Tierra Verde, FL 33715

Date: Sunday, 18 July 2010 Time: 11:00 AM - ??? Contact: José Feliciano-Butler 813-690-0852

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