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Welcome DG Randy Brooks July 12, 2012. Club Leadership. Elected Officers President – Hank Huisking VP Membership – Al Shaw VP Service Projects – Young Park Secretary – Anita Farrow Secretary-elect – Mike Davidson Treasurer – Laura Sudduth Sergeant-at-Arms – Armando Jasso. Directors

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club leadership
Club Leadership

Elected Officers

President – Hank Huisking

VP Membership – Al Shaw

VP Service Projects – Young Park

Secretary – Anita Farrow

Secretary-elect – Mike Davidson

Treasurer – Laura Sudduth

Sergeant-at-Arms – Armando Jasso

Directors

Immediate Past President – Robin Redding

President-Elect – Patty Frates

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Club Leadership

Committee Chairs

Membership – Richard Cayer and IGNITE Team

Service Projects – Mike Davidson

The Rotary Foundation – Renae Humburg

Public Relations – Open

Club Administration – Patty Frates

New Generations – Steve Houle

Club Support

Lunch Managers – Elizabeth Miscione and Davy Greene

Photographer – Amanda Baillie

five avenues of service
Five Avenues of Service

Five Avenues of Service

  • Club Service
  • Community Service
  • International Service
  • Vocational Service
  • New Generations Service
club service
Club Service
  • Present programs that support the Rotary International monthly themes
  • Actively support PETS, Membership and RLI training opportunities for each member
  • Have alternate type meetings on the 5th Thursday of the month-evening, service project or learning
  • Hold club elections in December
  • Send at least 6 delegates to District Conference
  • Hold minimum of 4 club assemblies throughout the year
  • Produce Club bulletin designed and printed by members (to save funds)
  • Update our Facebook and ClubRunner pages to keep the community informed
community service
Community Service
  • West End Clean-up – help neighbors clean up their yards
  • Habitat for Humanity – Service projects as needed
  • Historical Plaques – Club is paying for two historical plaques at locations in the West End of Sierra Vista
  • Holiday Youth Exchange/Christmas Parade
  • Ken “Mac” McFadden Memorial Park – purchased two park benches
international service
International Service
  • Blankets to Mexico – partner with other SV clubs to supply blankets to Mexican families
  • Polio Plus Immunization Trip to Caborca and/or Hermosillo, Mexico
  • Support Rotary’s Microcredit on the Mexican Border/The Rotary Foundation Matching Grant Program – partner with Nogales, Mexico
  • Medical supplies and clothing
  • to Escada
vocational service
Vocational Service
  • Academic Decathlon – members will volunteer to assess students taking part in state and nationwide events
  • Dictionary Project – continue to partner with other Sierra Vista clubs to deliver dictionaries to area third graders
  • Club Programs – Highlighting professions in the community
new generations service
New Generations Service
  • Youth Exchange Student – host for one year
  • Host YE Christmas party
  • Actively support RYLA January 2013
  • Project Graduation – Members volunteer and provide donations at annual event
fundraising events
Fundraising Events
  • “Pub Quiz” fundraisers
  • Conduct the 8th Annual Sierra Vista West Rotary Golf Tournament
  • How The West Was Run – 5k/10k run and walk
membership development
Membership Development
  • Increase club size to 25 members by June 30, 2013 (20 members as of June 30, 2012)
  • Call and visit west end businesses and invite them to meetings
  • Identify potential members in the medical, financial, defense contractor, legal, law enforcement and emergency services fields
  • Continue to schedule weekly programs relevant to our club and encourage member participation
  • Improve orientation/mentoring process for new members
  • Implement IGNITE program
membership development cont
Membership Development (cont.)
  • Conduct public awareness program targeted at businesses & professional community to increase Rotary awareness
  • Retain current members through active involvement
the rotary foundation
The Rotary Foundation
  • 100% sustaining club participation in EREY
  • 85% of club members are Paul Harris Fellows
  • Identify grant options
  • “Continuing Education” by Foundation Chair
  • Participate in:
    • Polio Plus
    • Matching Grants
    • District Simplified Grants
    • Future Vision
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Finances

Proposed 2012-2013 Budget

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Goals and Challenges

  • IGNITE program -- Retain and increase membership
  • VISIONING – Improve the process
  • RI Presidential Citation -- Complete requirements
  • Club Leadership – Sustain during a period of multiple LOA’s
wrap up questions and answers
Wrap-Up / Questions…and answers

The BEST Club is the WEST Club!

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