Weekly programme for week commencing 29th August, 2013

We wonder have you visited the new Rotary International Website this week? Launched on Monday 26th August, we see a new clean, interactive and exciting site that gives us opportunities to find out more about the organisation called Rotary International. The new RI Website, welcomes you to a world wide organisation with 1.2 million members, we were the first Social Network.

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So this week we challenge every visitor, Rotarian, provisional member and guest, what do you know about Rotary? Use this new exciting tool, the RI Website, to explore just ‘What is Rotary?’

For instance what do you know about The Rotary Foundation? This is one of the biggest charities in the world, use the website to find out about what it achieves. Have we made the messages exciting enough to get more people interested in helping us to continue its work?

What does Rotary offer you as a member? How can it help you develop your skills?

Do comment on this page and share with others what you’ve found out, as if we all share then perhaps we will discover more about Rotary International and the exciting opportunities it has on offer for all of us.

If you are not a member of Rotary yet and just getting involved, hopefully this visit to this page today has tempted you to find out more. Why not join us as a provisional member, a chance to try E-Rotary out for 2 months? See invitation to join. You may initially just want to become a Volunteer with Rotary, so we are developing the Rotary Community Corps – Community Act, join us here and help us to make an impact in your community.

Rotary offers you the world and a chance to make a difference in our network of like minded people who want action. Remember to share with everyone what you have discovered from your visit today in the comment box below.

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  1. Rachel Davis says:

    I have visited the new website, and registered a profile. I haven’t yet had chance to look around the whole site – but I got a bit caught up with looking at the groups with only one person in them!

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