The speaker at our next
We have many interesting speakers at our legendary Rotary Club. This is thanks to Larry Parks, who is great at finding good speakers. You can see our list of future speakers on our website at www.nyrotary.org/Events/events.html.
Funda Bozkurt wrote a very good Reporter of the Week about our last meeting. Thank you Funda for a great report! You can read it in the latest Bulletin. It also has many pictures from our Fellowship Day.
82 year old Bill DeLong just came back
from his trip to
We had a great Rotary United Nations Day last Saturday, October 4th. The leadership of Rotary International came including Rotary International President Jonathan Majiyagbe, RI President Elect Glenn Estess and RI Past Presidents Frank Devlyn and Rick King together with a majority of Rotary Internationalís Board of Directors. Many thanks to Rotary International Representatives Bob Coultas, Brad Jenkins, Barney Barnet and everybody else, who worked hard to make the Rotary UN Day such a success. You can see pictures from the event on our website at www.nyrotary.org/united_nations/un_day_2004.html.
RI President Jonathan Majiyagbe gave a very interesting speech during the Rotary UN Day. Here are excerpts from his speech:
Throughout human history, contentious rhetoric has made the same evil arguments: there is not enough to go around, so we must fight for our share. Love is dead, so we must hate to survive. Human lives are worth so little that squandering lives is of no consequence.
As Rotarians we refute these arguments with all of the resources we can muster, And as Rotarians, we are most fortunate to have excellent resources available to us.
In 1945, 49 Rotarians
went to the United Nations Charter conference in
The world needs Rotary's commitment to peace - perhaps now more than ever. Global tensions are high and conflicts have broken out everywhere. We have a surplus of hate and a shortage of tolerance. For many of us, it is hard to open a newspaper without becoming quickly overwhelmed.
But by working together, we can encourage each other and remain hopeful about the future.
RI President Jonathan was very kind to give me a copy of his manuscript, so you can read the complete speech on our website at www.nyrotary.org/united_nations/un_day_2004.html.†
A couple of days earlier last week, I was invited to speak at the
Rotary Club of
On behalf of the Rotary Club of Chatham [MA], I wish to express our appreciation for your informative and entertaining presentation regarding Paul Harris and the start of Rotary. There is no question that it was enjoyed by all.
John Edw. Gulow
Thank you John for the picture and many thanks to Ralph and Cherie
for inviting me. You can see Johnís picture from the event on our website at www.nyrotary.org/meet_our_members/mats_ingemanson/index.htm.
By the way, I am scheduled to give the same speech at the Rotary Club of
The next UN meeting of
the International Service Division of our legendary Rotary Club
will take place on Wednesday, October 15 from 08:30 to 09:45 AM at the German Permanent Mission to the United Nations on the top floor restaurant on First Avenue (between 48th and 49th Streets). Our guest speakers will be Oscar de Rojas, Director Financing for Development Division, UN Department of Economic & Social Affairs. You can e-mail your reservation to the Rotary Club of
It is time to plan for the Rotary Internationalís 95th annual convention in
I received the following message from Morris Gelber at the
I enjoy receiving your
weekly NYC Rotary news mail. I visited your club back in December and was
very impressed with the exciting group of members you have.
I belong to the
I am the recipient of
a Rotary Grant to go abroad to teach for a semester. If everything goes
according to my plans, I will go to Kazan,
What I would like to know is: Are there any members of your club who have received Rotary Grants for teaching abroad and if I could contact them for ideas about what to expect in this experience.
I hope to visit NYC in
December before I leave for
Thank you Morris, for your message. If you have any ideas about what to expect in this experience, you can reach Morris via e-mail at MGelber@aol.com.
Don't forget to reserve your table for our next meeting. You can
reserve via e-mail to our office at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Andreas or
Ana at 212-633-1311. You can also fax in the RSVP form, which you can download
at http://ussterilizer.com/rsvp_10-07-2003.pdf. Our fax number is
212-633-1954. At our next meeting, the culinary staff at the
Rotary is about having fun
and do good things!
Internet Communications Division
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Group Study Exchange
Rotary District 7230
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Rotaryís Global History Project
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You can find the following interesting websites at:
2. Rotaryís Global History Project at www.historynewsletter.org
3. Rotary District 7230 at www.rotarydistrict7230.org†
District 7230 Group Study Exchange Project at www.NewYorkCityRotary.org/GSE7230/
4. Rotary Youth Leadership Awards at www.rotaryryla.com
5. Rotary Radio every Tuesday or at http://18.104.22.168/cart/ProductList.asp?SearchFor=Rotary+Radio&x=36&y=6
Ingemanson, Helen Reisler and Jim Thompson from the
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