June 27, 2004
Our next meeting on June 27th will be Transition Day with our outgoing President Greg Lynch as the speaker. Greg has written in the Bulletin about our legendary Rotary Club’s achievements during his year. Here is a summary of them:
You can read about additional achievements from Greg’s year in the latest Bulletin on our website at www.nyrotary.org/bulletin2004/bulletin_06-29-2004.pdf (click on the link). Congratulations Greg to a successful year as President!
Jordan Stojanovsky has
written the Reporter of the Week with pictures from our last meeting. Thank you
We had a very interesting meeting at our International Service Division on June 16 when our guest speaker was His Excellency Archbishop Celestino Migliore, who is Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations. He delivered an excellent speech about “The Holy See in the International Arena”. We are fortunate to have a copy of Archbishop Migliore’s speech. You can read it on our website at www.nyrotary.org/int_service_div/holy_see.pdf.
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 www.nyrotary.org/bulletin2004/rsvp_06-29-2004.pdf. Our fax number is
212-633-1954. At our next meeting, the culinary staff at the
This is my
last newsletter for the Rotary Club of
Many Rotarians asked me why I decided to resign. My response is that the spirit of Rotary is to rotate our duties. After having done this assignment for three and a half years, it is time to let someone else take over. It is not easy to find someone with the special skills required to manage a website and handle Internet Communications. We are fortunate in our Rotary Club to have enrolled a new member last year with these skills. His name is Nick Uresin and his classification is E-Business Software. Nick is not only willing to take over my duties. He has also declared that he wants to bring our website to the next level. That is the right spirit for the future! Good luck Nick!
My Rotary assignment for the next year will be as Chairman of Rotary’s Global History Fellowship. It is authorized by Rotary International with Rotarians from around the world as members. Its 1,300 page website at www.RotaryHistoryFellowship.org has more than 2,000 articles about the history of Rotary, which makes it the biggest Internet resource about Rotary history. It is visited every month by 35,000 Rotarians from all over the world. I look forward to the challenge of leading this organization.
I plan to
write newsletters for Rotary’s Global History Fellowship, so I am not
disappearing completely. The difference will be that instead of informing about
the Rotary Club of
I will finish my last newsletter
for the Rotary Club of
We are the ones, who build houses for the homeless to live in.
We drill water wells for other people to drink from.
We feed hungry people in our hometowns.
We vaccinate children against polio.
We are 1.3 million souls around the world from many nationalities, races and religions.
We meet every week in fellowship, camaraderie and service at 31,000 different clubs.
Whenever we visit any of these clubs - even if we have never been there before - we are always welcome as friends, because we are the Rotarians.
God bless us all!
Yours in Rotary Service
Internet Communications Division
The Rotary Club of
Rotary's Global History Fellowship
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You can find the following interesting websites at:
2. Rotary’s Global History Fellowship at www.RotaryHistoryFellowship.org
3. Rotary District 7230 at www.rotarydistrict7230.org
4. District 7230 Group Study Exchange Project at www.NewYorkCityRotary.org/GSE7230/
5. Rotary Youth Leadership Awards at www.rotaryryla.com
6. 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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