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Rotary “Did You Know?”

Toronto Twilight Rotary Club

February 8, 2012

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What’s Rotary? - for 100

How many members does Rotary have worldwide?

Click for Answer

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What’s Rotary? - for 200

How many clubs does Rotary have worldwide?

Click for Answer

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What’s Rotary? - for 300

What is Rotary’s birthday?

Click for Answer

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What’s Rotary? - for 400

What are the 5 Avenues of Service?

Click for Answer

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What’s Rotary? - for 500

What is Rotary’s Club Leadership Plan?

Click for Answer

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Toronto Twilight Rotary Club - for 100

What is the name of the organization TTRC has had an ongoing vocational project since 2009?

Click for Answer

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Toronto Twilight Rotary Club - for 200

What is TTRC’s next major community service project for April 2012?

(hint: it involves a ‘pint for life’)

Click for Answer

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Toronto Twilight Rotary Club - for 300

What is TTRC’s birthday?

Click for Answer

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Toronto Twilight Rotary Club - for 400

What was the name of TTRC’s November 2011 Fundraiser?

Click for Answer

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Toronto Twilight Rotary Club - for 500

What are the 9 TTRC Board Positions?

Click for Answer

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Other Rotary Facts - for 100

What is the name of Rotary International’s 2011-2012 President?

Click for Answer

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Other Rotary Facts - for 200

Where is the Rotary International Convention being held in May 2012?

Click for Answer

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Other Rotary Facts - for 300

What is Rotary’s theme for 2011-2012?

Click for Answer

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Other Rotary Facts - for 400

Where is the District 7070 Conference being held in October 2012?

Click for Answer

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Other Rotary Facts - for 500

What are 5 District 7070 Committees you can join?

Click for Answer

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Rotary Foundation - for 100

What was Rotary’s $ challenge for End Polio Now to be achieved by June 2012?

Click for Answer

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Rotary Foundation - for 200

What are the Foundation requirements to achieve the Presidential Citation Award?

Click for Answer

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Rotary Foundation - for 300

What is the requirement to become a Sustaining Member?

Click for Answer

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Rotary Foundation - for 400

What is the name of 3 Foundation Annual Fund Programs?

Click for Answer

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Rotary Foundation - for 500

What is TTRC’s goal for the Annual Fund giving through the Every Rotary Every Year initiative for 2011-2012?

Click for Answer

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Other Rotary Groups - for 100

What Rotary Clubs do youth (age 5 to 30) join?

Click for Answer

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Other Rotary Groups - for 200

What are 2 examples of Rotary Fellowships?

Click for Answer

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Other Rotary Groups - for 300

What are 5 Rotary Action Groups?

Click for Answer

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Other Rotary Groups - for 400

What does RADAR stand for?

Click for Answer

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Other Rotary Groups - for 500

What does WASRAG stand for?

Click for Answer

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What’s Rotary? - for 100

1.2 Million

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What’s Rotary? - for 200

About 32,000 Clubs in more than 200 countries!

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What’s Rotary? - for 300

February 23, 1905

On 23 February 1905, Paul P. Harris, GustavusLoehr, SilvesterSchiele, and Hiram E. Shorey gathered in Chicago for what would become known as the first Rotary club meeting. A second club was formed in San Francisco in 1908, and soon after, clubs began to pop up across North America. 

On 1 August 1912, the Rotary Club of London became the first club chartered outside of North America.

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What’s Rotary? - for 400

  • Club
  • Community
  • International
  • Vocational
  • New Generations

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What’s Rotary? - for 500

  • Purpose:Ensures clubs are regularly evaluating current practices and implementing new ideas to increase their vitality
  • Best Practices:
  • Develop long-range goals
  • Set annual goals
  • Conduct club assemblies
  • Communicate clearly
  • Ensure leadership continuity
  • Amend club by-laws
  • Develop stronger relationships
  • Ensure members are active
  • Develop training plan
  • Assign club committees

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Toronto Twilight Rotary Club - for 100

WoodgreenCommunity Services – Employment Services Group

The TTRC Industry Advisory Board meets to provide comments on topics such as resumes, coverletters, interviews, and helped develop events such as M3-Meet, Mentor, and Mingle, etc…)

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Toronto Twilight Rotary Club - for 200

Blood Drive for Canadian Blood Services

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Toronto Twilight Rotary Club - for 300

February 17, 2010

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Toronto Twilight Rotary Club - for 400

AQUAGROOVE “Building Sustainable Water Infrastructure in Tanzania”

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Toronto Twilight Rotary Club - for 500

President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Membership, Public Relations, Club Administration, Sergeant-at-Arms, Foundation

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Other Rotary Facts - for 100

KalyanBanerjee

KalyanBanerjee is chair of United Phosphorus, Bangladesh, and a director of United Phosphorus Ltd., one of the largest manufacturers of agrochemicals in India, and Uniphos Agro Industries Ltd. Born in Kolkata in 1942, he earned a degree in chemical engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, in 1964. He is a resident of Vapi, Gujarat, where he has contributed significantly to its development as one of the largest industrial estates in India, helping to provide infrastructure for health care and education.

Banerjee has been a member of the Rotary Club of Vapi since 1972. He served as club president in 1975-76 and district governor in 1980-81.

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Other Rotary Facts - for 200

Bangkok, Thailand

May 6 to 9 - the Land of a Thousand Smiles

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Other Rotary Facts - for 400

Richmond Hill

The Kaleidoscope of Rotary

October 19, 2012

Sheraton Parkway (Leslie and Hwy 7)

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Other Rotary Facts - for 500

  • Literacy
  • Microcredit
  • New Generation
  • RADAR
  • Rotaract, Interact, Earlyact
  • Youth Exchange
  • Peace Programs
  • Rotary at Work
  • WASRAG

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Rotary Foundation - for 100

$200Million

As of January 17, 2012, Rotary raised about $202.6M. In recognition of Rotary’s achievement, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation donated another $50M in addition to the $355M Challenge Grant. Great work Rotary!

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Rotary Foundation - for 200

  • 100% Annual Programs Fund participation by every member between July 1, 2011 and March 31, 2012
  • $100 minimum per capita in club contributions to Annual Programs Fund
  • Minimum net increase of one member
  • 85% minimum retention rate
  • Two of the following
  • 2% increase in women
  • 2% increase in young professionals (under age of 45)
  • Induction of one or more RI/Rotary Foundation Program alumni
  • Increased diversity (eg. classification, gender, age,..)

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Rotary Foundation - for 300

$100 contribution to the Annual Programs Fund

A Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member (RFSM) is an individual who personally contributes US$100 or more each year to the Annual Fund. These contributions also count toward Paul Harris Fellow, Multiple Paul Harris Fellow, Paul Harris Society, Major Donor, and club recognition.

You get an annual RFSM badge sticker in appreciation of this achievement!

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Rotary Foundation - for 400

  • SHARE
  • World Fund
  • Peace and conflict prevention/resolution
  • Disease prevention and treatment
  • Water and sanitation
  • Maternal and child health
  • Basic education and literacy
  • Economic and community development

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Rotary Foundation - for 500

$1,425

Based on 19 members at $75/members as decided by the Club in July 2011. For donations of $100 the member becomes a Sustaining Member. If we achieve an average of $100 per member, we are eligible for the Presidential Citation Award.

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Other Rotary Groups - for 100

  • Earlyact (age 5 to 13)
  • Interact (age 12 to 18)
  • Rotaract (age 18-30)

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Other Rotary Groups - for 200

  • Rotary Fellowships are groups of Rotarians, Rotarian spouses, and Rotaractors who join together to:
  • Share a common interest in worthwhile recreational activities (sports, hobbies, etc.)
  • Further their vocational development through acquaintance with others of the same profession
  • Make new friends around the world
  • Explore new opportunities for service
  • Have fun and enhance their experience in Rotary

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Other Rotary Groups - for 300

Rotarian Action Groups provide assistance and support to Rotary clubs and districts in planning and implementing community development and humanitarian service projects. They are organized by committed Rotarians, Rotarians’ family members, and Rotaractors who have expertise and a passion for a particular type of service.

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Other Rotary Groups - for 400

Rotary Action for the Development of AIDS Responses

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Other Rotary Groups - for 500

Water and Sanitation Rotary Action Group

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Rotary is a volunteer organization of 1.2million business and professional leaders united worldwide to provide humanitarian service and help build goodwill and peace. About 32,000 Rotary Clubs in more than 200 countries conduct projects to address today’s challenges including: illiteracy, disease, hunger, poverty, lack of clean water, and environmental concerns.

Thank You!

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