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Presented by the Belleville Rotary Club . Prospective Member Introduction. Introduction of Attendees. Keith Johnston Roger Lindley Karen Mida Phil Miller Craig Moody Pamela Reddick Gary Rose Al Smolen David Stamper Johnny Vawters. Mike Aimone William Brenner Kelli DiPietro

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introduction of attendees
Introduction of Attendees
  • Keith Johnston
  • Roger Lindley
  • Karen Mida
  • Phil Miller
  • Craig Moody
  • Pamela Reddick
  • Gary Rose
  • Al Smolen
  • David Stamper
  • Johnny Vawters
  • Mike Aimone
  • William Brenner
  • Kelli DiPietro
  • Michael DiPietro
  • Gina Drake
  • Greg Drake
  • Bill Ellis
  • Mike Foley
  • Julie Hardy
  • Brenda Hawley
introductory materials
Introductory Materials

Materials on tables including:

  • Belleville Rotary Placemat
  • Belleville Rotary Bell Newsletter
  • Belleville Rotary Flyer
  • Rotarian Magazine
  • “This Is Rotary”
  • “What’s Rotary”
  • “Why Join Your Local Rotary Club?”
objectives of introduction
Objectives of Introduction
  • Appreciation and Understanding
  • Responsibilities
  • Invitation to Participate
rotary is
Rotary is …
  • The world’s first service club
  • “Service above Self”
guiding principles
Guiding Principles
  • The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service
  • High ethical standards: worthiness and dignifying of all occupations
  • Application of the ideal of service to personal, business, and community life
  • Advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a united fellowship
rotary standard of excellence the four way test
Rotary Standard of ExcellenceThe Four Way Test

Of the things we think, say, or do …

- Is it the TRUTH?

- Is it FAIR to all concerned?

- Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?

- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

history of the belleville rotary club
History of the Belleville Rotary Club
  • Chartered December 31, 1938
  • 17 Current Members
  • District Recognition and Involvement

- 100% Paul Harris Fellow Club

- 1992 Hugh Archer Award

- 2 COG Awards

- 2 Group Study Exchange Team Leaders

- Leader in per capita annual giving

belleville rotary club leadership
Belleville Rotary Club Leadership
  • Robert Coutts - President
  • Keith Bruder - President Elect
  • Keith Bruder - Vice President
  • Debbie Green - Secretary
  • Tom Bowles - Treasurer
  • Ray Eissinger - Director
  • Joyce Rochowiak - Director
district 6400 officers
District 6400 Officers
  • Jim Karolyi - Governor
  • David Carpenter - District Governor Elect
  • Jennifer Jones - District Governor Nominee
four avenues of service
Community Service (Ray Eissinger, Chair)

International Service (Joyce Rochowiak, Chair)

Four Avenues of Service
  • Club Service

(Keith Bruder, Chair)

  • Vocational Service (Vacant)
rotary fees
Rotary Fees
  • Initiation Fee – $25
  • Meals – $10 weekly
  • Dues – $50 semi-annually
  • RI Foundation – $10 monthly
  • Social Events – as attended
the rotary foundation
The Rotary Foundation
  • Rotary Foundation Making a Difference Across the World

- Paul Harris Fellowship

- Sustaining Members

- Benefactors

district 6400 conference
District 6400 Conference
  • Sawmill Creek Resort, Huron, Ohio (just east of Cedar Point)
  • May 4-7, 2006
rotary protocol attendance
Rotary Protocol:Attendance

Weekly attendance is a condition of membership. Each member must meet the following conditions to satisfy the attendance requirement:

  • Attend or make up at least 60% of regular Rotary club meetings in each half of the year.
  • Attend at least 30% of their club’s regular meetings in each half of the year.
  • A member may not miss or fail to make up four consecutive meetings.
  • A make-up is allowed within +/- 14 days (2 weeks).
  • You must be present for at least 60% of a club meeting for it to count towards the attendance requirement.
rotary communication
Rotary Communication
  • Club Bulletin
  • District Newsletter
  • The Rotarian Magazine
  • Websites:

- www.bellevillerotary.org

- District 6400 (www.rotary6400.org)

- Rotary International (www.rotary.org)