New Member Orientation

New Member Orientation

Member Orientation Arden Hills/Shoreview Rotary Club What is Rotary? Rotary is an organization of business and professional men and women united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. Object of Rotary The Object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy

enterprise and, in particular... Object of Rotary FIRST : to encourage and foster The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service; Object of Rotary Second: to encourage and foster High ethical standards in business and professions; the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations; and the dignifying by each Rotarian of his or her occupations as an opportunity to serve society; Object of Rotary

Third: to encourage and foster The application of the ideal of service by every Rotarian to his or her occupation as an opportunity to serve society; Object of Rotary Fourth: to encourage and foster The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional men and women, united in the ideal of service. The Four Way Test

Is it the truth ? Is it fair to all concerned ? Will it build goodwill and better friendships ? Will it be beneficial to all concerned ? Rotary Motto Service Above Self Rotary International Rotary -----------International

Zone 28 ---------- District 5960 ----- 1. 25 million Members in 35,000+ Clubs in 169 countries

355,00 Members in 12 Districts 3,000+ Members in 66 Clubs Rotary International Annual Theme Monthly Theme (Examples) September is Youth Activities and New Generations Month October is Vocational Service Month

Arden Hills/ Shoreview Rotary Club Origin = 1985 25 charter members First President Rich Routhe Meetings @ Sheraton Inn Now = 2010

31 Members (4 Charter) President Marjorie Shaver Meetings @ Hampton Inn Arden Hills/Shoreview Rotary Club Weekly meetings at Hampton Inn 7:15 to 8:30 AM Includes Buffet breakfast Brief Business meeting

Guest speaker (Entertaining and informative) Rotary Member Attendance Weekly meetings (>70% 1st yr, 60% after) Make-up opportunities for missed meetings Visit local Club (25+ in Metro) Visit any other Club Internationally

Club Projects/Events Club Board and District activities Avenues of Service Club Service involves activities to make the club function successfully Our Club Service Programs Communications

Monthly Newsletter Club Directory New Member Orientation Rotarian Magazine Social Activities Twins Games Holiday Party Fund Raising Theater nights Avenues of Service Community Service

pursues activities to improve the quality of life in our community Our Community Service Programs Run & Romp Salvation Army Bell Ringing Youth Community Service Scholarships Kids Triathlon Snail Lake Adopt-A-Park Avenues of Service International Service

seeks projects to meet humanitarian needs of people in other countries Our International Service Programs Fast For Hope District Selected International Project Partnering with other Rotary Club Projects Group Study Exchange w/other

Countries Youth Exchange w/other Countries Polio Eradication Avenues of Service Vocational Service affords the opportunity for each Rotarian to represent the dignity and utility of their profession Our Vocational Service Programs

STRIVE Scholarship Program Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Camp Enterprise Interact Club at MVHS Concordia Language Camp Scholarship Arden Hills/Shoreview Rotary Club Finances Source of Funds Club Dues Fundraisers: Run & Romp

Kids Triathlon Slice of Shoreview Bingo The Rotary Foundation (Tax Exempt) Source of Funds Paul Harris Fellowship Sustaining Members Benefactors Benefits International Programs Matching funds for Club Projects ROTARY IS ...

Membership Attendance Programs Service Being a Rotarian is Service Above Self Adhering to the four-way test HAVING FUN!!! Arden Hills/Shoreview Rotary Club Minimum Expectations of a Rotarian every year.

To Bring in one new member To Give to the Rotary Foundation To be active in our Club Projects Arden Hills/Shoreview Rotary Club (Sample Operating Budget) REVENUE Member Dues EXPENSE

$15,782 Meal Costs $6,932 Slice of Shoreview $2,400 Rotary Foundation $1,300 Lutheran Brotherhood $2,000 Rotary International Dues $1,300 Visiting Rotarians All Other

$600 Secretarial Services $1,000 District Dues $1,200 $1,000 $21,78 Slice of Shoreview 2 Expenses $800 Supplies and other expenses $1,800 Community Service $1,500

International Service $2,850 Vocational Service $1,250 Arden Hills/Shoreview Rotary Club (Sample: Healthy Youth Foundation Activities) FUNDRAISING Run and Romp Kids Triathlon CONTRIBUTIONS TO YOUTH PROGRAMS

$2,20 0 $1,75 0 $3,95 0 Were Glad Youre Here The Arden Hills/Shoreview Rotary Club Rotary Rotary International International District 5960 5950 District Dispatch Around the District What is Rotary?

What is District 5960? Why Join Rotary? District Governor Past District Governors District Officers Clubs in District 5960 Where Clubs Meet Clubmate Calendar of Events STATES OFMINNESOTA MINN. & WISC. STATE OF District District 5960Club 60

5950 Club Locations Locations Avenues of Service Youth Exchange Rotary Foundation Rotary International District Marketplace Copyright 2001 Rotary International District 5960 St. Paul & Suburbs Club Locations Annual Giving

The Rotary Foundation Club/District $ Unrestricted Giving $___________ Clubs Individuals This is the club goal provided to District Earnings cover fund management costs $ 100% Year 2

Year 3 $ $ Held In Annual Programs Fund Club/District $ Restricted Giving Specific Project Clubs Individuals Benefactors ($1,000 or more - cash , insurance or will) Earnings Year 1 $

District Directed Fund $ 100% $ $ EARNINGS $ BASE PERMANENT SHARE $ (DDF) $ 100%

d un F ld % or 40 W 60% Grant Extra GSE Team Discovery Grants Ambassadorial

Scholarships University Teachers Grant Grants for Rotary Volunteers 3-H (Sponsor portion 10%) Preferred 100% World Fund WORLD FUND DDF Eligible Programs

Polio Plus Matching Grants Helping Grant New Opportunities ALWAYS GROWS Alternate - Selected earnings 60/40 split TRF PROGRAMS This is not part of of the club goal 1999 Jon Stillman 847-866-1703 THE PERMANENT FUND HOW IT WORKS ANNUAL PROGRAMS FUND

HOW IT WORKS ELIGIBLE PROGRAMS 3H Grants ($100,000 to $500,000) One GSE Team Per District Matching Grants (Matches District + Club Input) Rotary Peace Programs Grants for Rotary Volunteers Carl P. Miller Discovery Grant

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