What’s Your Story?

Advertisers know well that colors, images, typography and logos impact our impression of a company and ultimately the value of a brand.  What stories are these images telling?         The updated Rotary logos, typeface, colors and People of Action images tell a true story, that Rotary is a modern, effective and active… Continue reading What’s Your Story?

It’s PETS Time Again!

I LOVE PETS! Pets, have been an important part of my life since I was a child and have included reptiles, fish, cats, dogs, chickens and guinea fowl!  This time last year, we picked up our new American Hairless Terrier puppy from the breeder.  I love Gracie, but she’s not the sort of pet I’m… Continue reading It’s PETS Time Again!

M & Ms

As I’ve discussed in previous posts, Membership Matters (M & Ms, get it!) to the health of your club.  Ideally, attracting new members to your Rotary club is an intentional and fully integrated club activity.  But if your club is like many, members rarely ask friends or colleagues to attend a meeting, and membership initiatives… Continue reading M & Ms

Dangers of Doing Rotary While Distracted!

We have all heard of the dangers of distracted driving, and even of being a distracted pedestrian.  But what about the dangers of being a Distracted Rotarian?  As we discussed here most clubs have a lower ‘attraction rate’ than ‘attrition rate’.  That means that over time, the membership trend is downward.  If a club contains… Continue reading Dangers of Doing Rotary While Distracted!

Celebrating Diversity!

When most of us think about diversity, in a Rotary context, we usually think of having a wide array of club members of differing ages, genders, ethnic backgrounds and professional credentials (dare I say ‘classifications’?).  Having a diverse club membership is important; the varied talents and perspectives will add strength to the club and ideally… Continue reading Celebrating Diversity!

I Feel Good!

Membership Toolkit–Step 2 In Step 2 of the Membership Toolkit, we examine the benefits of being a member of the Kerr Tar Rotary Club.  If you haven’t already done so, please complete Step 1—Contact List and develop a list of potential Rotarians. People buy things and join organizations, not because it is logical, but rather… Continue reading I Feel Good!