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It was another sunny and very warm noontime at the Ridge today. The golf committee was meeting already when people started to arrive. We had another light crowd, just shy of 20 members without any guests. I suspect everyone is still in summer mode or keeping out of the unseasonably hot weather we have had recently.

 

President Kevin rang the bell to start the meeting. This was followed by a spontaneous moment of silence. I'm betting everyone was reaffirming Jim Watt's prayer last week for new members with singing talents, before we finally started singing the Rotary song. This was followed by the Pledge of Allegiance, and an invocation by Bob Wood. He started by quoting Margaret Mead's famous line: "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has.", followed by examples of how Rotary members help change the world through activities such as ShelterBox.

 

Lunch was an adequate Chicken Teriyaki, cauliflower, rice and salad, with either cookies or lemon squares for dessert.

 

After we finished eating President Kevin rang the bell again. He noted that we had no guests present and moved on to Caring Moments. President Kevin shared with us that an unnamed member of the club has had a family member that underwent cancer surgery. Let’s keep this person in our prayers.

 

Engaging with Rotary to enhance your membership experience
We’re celebrating our members and their clubs — and all the good they do around the world — during Membership and New Club Development Month in August.

One way you can celebrate your membership is by getting involved in the many activities and programs available to you as a member of the Rotary family. Everyone’s reason for joining Rotary is different, but members stay because of the value it adds to their lives. Through the friends we make and the lives we change, Rotary offers us opportunities to engage with a global community and make a positive difference.

Here are some ways you can engage with Rotary to enhance your membership experience.
 
Make new friends
 
 
Take your projects to the next level
  • Collaborate with experts from a Rotarian Action Group to help ensure your service projects have a lasting impact.
  • Sponsor a Rotary Community Corps(RCC) to get members of your community involved in making a difference. RCC members plan and carry out projects in their communities and support local Rotary club projects, but they are not members of a Rotary club.
  • Work with your district community, international, and vocational service chairs to boost your service efforts.
 
 
 
 
 
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