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Murfreesboro Breakfast Rotary Club. Progress Report, Update and Feedback. What will we do today?. Overview/Review of Rotary International’s and our own club’s plan for the future Update on our progress Get your feedback and input RI Membership Survey Second Fundraiser—To BarBQ or Not.

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Murfreesboro breakfast rotary club

Murfreesboro Breakfast Rotary Club

Progress Report, Update and Feedback


What will we do today

What will we do today?

  • Overview/Review of Rotary International’s and our own club’s plan for the future

  • Update on our progress

  • Get your feedback and input

    • RI Membership Survey

    • Second Fundraiser—To BarBQ or Not


Rotary international strategic plan 2010 2013

Rotary International Strategic Plan 2010-2013


Rotary international core values

Rotary International Core Values

  • Diversity

  • Fellowship

  • Integrity

  • Leadership

  • Service

Full definitions can be found at www.rotary.org/strategicplan


Our core essence

Our Core Essence?

A worldwide network of inspired individuals translating their passions into relevant social causes to change lives in communities

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Ri 2011 vision

RI 2011 Vision

A worldwide network of inspired individuals who translate their passions into relevant social causes to change lives in communities


Back to basics priorities goals

Back to Basics Priorities & Goals


Rotary international 2011

Rotary International 2011


Rotarians can change the world

Rotarians can Change the World

  • To do so, they need info at Rotary International

    • Please answer by show of hands:

      • Age categories

      • Length of membership

      • Employment Status

  • THANKS!


Murfreesboro breakfast rotary club

Murfreesboro Breakfast Plan

Mission

Change the world for the better, here and now.

Core Essence:

Maximizing talent, providing opportunities to serve and be involved

Values:

Commitment

Fully engaged

Enriching lives

Passion—desire to personally sacrifice to achieve results


Our club vision

Our Club Vision

Murfreesboro Breakfast Rotary Club creates opportunities to use our unique talents and passions to serve the community.


Murfreesboro breakfast rotary club

Roadmap to the Future

After SWOTS Analysis, we identify

The Key IDEALS or Objectives

VISION

The structure, systems and policies to insure continuity

A self sustaining endowment?

A fully engaged membership?


Murfreesboro breakfast rotary

Murfreesboro Breakfast Rotary

Vision:

Murfreesboro Breakfast Rotary Club creates great opportunities to use your talents and passions to serve the community.

  • Strategic Objectives:

    • Afully engaged membership

    • A self sustaining endowment

    • The structure, systems and policies to insure continuity


Objectives and goals

Objectives and Goals

  • Self sustaining endowment

    • R.I. Donor Advised Fund Committee

    • Second Fund Raiser—Zachary Simmons and Dr. Smith

  • Systems and Policies to Insure Continuity

    • By Laws updated—Barb Ford/Board

    • Club Runner set up—Margaret Scott/Judy Powell/Ewing Sellers


Objectives and goals1

Objectives and Goals

  • A fully engaged membership

    • Golf Tournament—Greg Tidwell

    • Fellowship activities/once a quarter—Phil Barnett

    • One District Simplified Grant—Martin Lister/Ted Goodman

    • Special Gifts Program—Felicia Demos

    • Community and Vocational Service—Zachary Simmons

    • Dictionary Project—Jim Johnson

    • Jabulani—Faye Johnson, Judy Powell, Jim Bishop


Murfreesboro breakfast rotary club

International:

Jabulani Celebration,

Foundation Support

Membership growth.

Alumni Reunions,

Friends of Rotary

Facebook,

Website,

E-newsletter

Local:

Dictionaries,

Special Gifts,

School for The Blind,

Good Shepard’s,

Holloway High School,

Salvation Army

Special Gifts,

License Plates and

Dictionaries

RYLA,

Convention, Strategic Planning


How have we done thus far

How have we done thus far?


Accomplishments

Accomplishments

  • Successful Service Involvements:

    • Golf Tournament For the Tenn. School for the Blind

    • Dictionary Project lead the county

    • Good Shepherd’s Home Christmas Party

    • Salvation Army Bell Ringing


Accomplishments gifts to help serve

Accomplishments—Gifts to Help Serve

  • Special Gifts:

    • Personally Enabled Transportation

    • Center for The Arts

    • Read to Succeed

    • Interfaith Dental Clinic

    • Girls’ State

    • Challenged Athletes Perform Equally

  • Jabulani:

    • Streetwise

    • KZN Youth Empowerment


Jabulani partners

Jabulani Partners

D9270 KZN SOUTH AFRICA

ROTARY CLUB OF WESTVILLE

ONGOING PROJECTS

  • Jabulani Self-Help Centre

  • Headway

  • East Coast Radio Toy Story & Winter

    Warmth

  • St Thomas Children's’ Home

  • Cheshire Homes

  • Providence Rest Home

  • Highway Hospice

  • Childline

  • Streetwise


Jabulani partners1

Jabulani Partners

D9270 KZN SOUTH AFRICA

New Project –KZN Youth Empowerment Project

ROTARY CLUB OF WESTVILLE

Objectives

Identify & address needs of orphaned & vulnerable children

Empower them through life skills development and sports activities

Raise community awareness of HIV/AIDS


Accomplishments gifts to serve

Accomplishments—Gifts to Serve

  • Three Rotary International Foundation Giving Opportunities:

    • Poliio Plus

    • Annual Fund

    • Permanent Fund

  • From our Members:

    • 14 have contributed to RIF Annual Fund this year

    • 57 have given to Polio Plus this year

    • 29 are Paul Harris Fellows

    • 3 are Benefactors to the Permanent Fund


  • Accomplishments1

    Accomplishments

    • Membership: 61 to 66

    • New Website up and Running

    • Club By-Laws are Updated

    • Fellowship Opportunities:

      • Christmas Party

      • Fireside Chat


    Expected accomplishments

    Expected Accomplishments

    • RI Donor Advised Fund

    • Second Fireside Chat

      • (May 9, 6 pm., Barb Ford’s)

  • Holloway High School Career Day May 17

    • We will need volunteers to talk about careers

  • District Conference May 18 & 19

    • Franklin Marriott Cool Springs, please register

  • Charter Night

    • June 7, 6 pm., Center for The Arts

    • We need a beverage captain


  • Start it up in 2012 2013

    Start it Up in 2012-2013

    • June 2, Strategic Planning Session

      • 9 to noon, come, give input, learn

    • Dictionary Project

    • Jabulani

    • Donor Advised Funding Begun

    • Second Fundraiser


    Fall future

    Fall/Future

    • Dictionary Project:

      • Get a dictionary in the hands of every third grader

      • Build a relationship with local schools

      • Expand awareness of Rotary

      • Support literacy

      • We need help:

        • Champion and captains to order, organize, distribute

        • Funds for dictionaries, pledges by school


    Fall future1

    Fall/Future

    • Jabulani Dinner Event, October 7th

      • Purpose: To fund projects managed by our sister club in Westville, South Africa

      • Cost $150 per person, limit 45 guests

      • Dinner by Executive Chef Brett Corrieri

      • Wine by Total Beverages

      • We need help:

        • Volunteers for Set Up, Service, Clean Up

        • Sponsors? Powells, Johnsons, Bishops, Ford?


    Fun and future funding

    Fun and Future Funding

    • Purposes:

      • To help build the Donor Advised fund, self sustaining endowment

      • Replace the “cash calls” for:

        • Dictionary Project

        • Holloway High School Graduation Help

        • Good Shepherd’s Home Christmas Gifts

        • Additional Special Gifts funding

      • Provide a family event where we can have fun and increase our club’s visibility


    Why a barbecue event

    Why a Barbecue Event?

    • We have members with expertise and interest:

      • Dr. George Smith organized the Heritage Barbecue Festival, made it a big success

        • Also has the equipment for smoking huge quantities

      • We have six sanctioned Kansas City judges

      • We hope for help from Mr. Jim Crumley

    • The area has no barbecue event anymore

    • Face it, barbecue is fun


    Do we do it

    Do we do it?

    • Tentatively, we planned Nov. 2&3

    • We need to know:

      • Will you support the event?

      • How will you support the event?

      • What should we call it?

        • Best name as judged by the committee wins a prize

      • If we get enough pledges of support, we will pursue making this the best barbecue competition in town!


    Why are we here

    Why are we here?


    To help

    To Help


    To share

    To Share


    To have fun

    To Have Fun


    To be rotarians not just members

    To be Rotarians, not just members!


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