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slide1
Which of the following Ivy League schools did Paul Harris attend?
  • University of Chicago
  • Princeton University
  • Harvard University
slide2
Which political party claimed that Rotary letters were disguised as TORA- meaning the Torah and banned party members from membership in Rotary?
  • Green Party
  • Jihad Party
  • Nazi Party
slide3
What former South African President received the Rotary Award for understanding and Peace?
  • Nelson Mandela
  • Frederik Willem de Klerk
  • Thabo Mbeki
slide4
From which school did Paul Harris graduate with his law degree?
  • Princeton University
  • William and Mary
  • University of Iowa
slide5
Rotary is typically made up of middle class leaders and business people but in Italy Rotary has a reputation for members from what types of circles?
  • Aristocracy
  • Intellectuals and Academia
  • Politicians
slide6
Why did Paul Harris come up with the name Rotary?
  • They rotated offices for meetings
  • They were the human rotors in a new machine
  • They were the wheel of social progression
slide7
In which city did Rotary first meet?
  • St Louis
  • Chicago
  • New Orleans
slide10
Who is credited with Rotary’s slogan “He profits most who serves best?”
  • Arthur Frederick Sheldon
  • Paul Harris
  • Joseph Alexander Means
slide13
What is the name of the first Secretary for the National Association of Rotary Clubs of America?
  • David C. Forward
  • Herbert J. Taylor
  • Ches Perry
slide15
How many years did the first Secretary of the National Association of Rotary Clubs serve?
  • 12 years
  • 22 years
  • 32 years
slide16
On the District level, there is a Governor, a Governor Elect and a Governor Nominee.

True

False

slide19
March 1911 is the official date of the first Rotary club in which European city?
  • London, England
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • Lisbon, Portugal
slide21
In which state did Paul Harris grow up with his grandparents?
  • Illinois
  • Vermont
  • Kentucky
slide22
After his second term as President of International Associations of Rotary Clubs ended in 1912 how long was Harris’ hiatus from Rotary?
  • 5 years
  • 10 years
  • 15 years
slide23
Jim Davidson who worked for the U.S., Japanese and Russian governments traveled for 2.5 years in the late 1920’s as an International Rotary Ambassador, starting clubs all over the globe. Approximately, how many miles did he cover during that time?
  • 75,000
  • 150,000
  • 300,000
slide25
What tradition did Paul and Jean Harris establish in honor of visiting Rotarians to their home in Morgan Park?
  • Held a luncheon
  • Planted a tree
  • Donated money to the crippled children fund in the name of the guest
slide28
Which U.S. president was in office when Rotary began?
  • Theodore Roosevelt
  • William McKinley
  • William H. Taft
slide29
What Rotarian made this statement as part of a speech in 1923, “If I could plant a Rotary in every community in the world, I would…guarantee the tranquility and the forward march of the world. If you could plant the spirit of Rotary…and turn it into practical application, there would not be so much wrong with the human procession.”?
  • Paul Harris
  • Ches Perry
  • Warren G. Harding
slide30
What are the two ideas that Paul Harris said were symbolized by using the wheel as the emblem?
  • Rotation and Hope
  • Unity and Globalization
  • Civilization and Movement
slide31
In 1909 which city was home to the first Rotary club to start on the east coast?
  • Portland
  • Boston
  • Manhattan
slide33
When did Paul Harris die?
  • January 27, 1939
  • January 27, 1942
  • January 27, 1947
slide35
Observance of the first Rotary months began in July 1983, when special weeks were designated as well as special months. What is special in January?
  • Rotary Fellowship month
  • Rotary Youth month
  • Rotary Awareness month
slide37
The Rotary Flag has been flown at the South Pole, the North Pole, on a space flight to the moon and 6000 feet beneath the earth’s surface.

True

False

slide38
Where was the first international club established?
  • London, England
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • Winnipeg, Canada
slide39
After which war did clubs first sprout up everywhere internationally?
  • WWI
  • WWII
  • Spanish Civil War
slide40
Who is known as the Father of Community Service within Rotary and responsible for changing the direction of Rotary?
  • Phil Grossmeyer
  • Don Carter
  • Thomas Mann
slide44
Which Pope received the Rotary Award for World Understanding and Peace?
  • Pope Leo XVI
  • Pope Benedict XIII
  • Pope John Paul II
slide46
What British playwright said, “Where is Rotary going? It is going to lunch.”?
  • Oscar Wilde
  • George Bernard Shaw
  • Ogden Nash
slide47
The Paul Harris Fellow was created in 1957. By 1995 how many Paul Harris fellows were there?
  • 250,000
  • 500,000
  • 1,000,000
slide48
What is the world’s largest privately funded international scholarship program for university studies?
  • RI Ambassadorial Scholarships
  • Rhode Scholarships
  • Fulbright Scholarships
slide49
In which country was the first non-English speaking club chartered?
  • Havana, Cuba
  • Mexico City, Mexico
  • Barcelona, Spain
slide50
Rotary Foundation offers 3H grants. One H stands for Health, another for Hunger. What does the third H stand for?
  • Hope
  • Humanity
  • Helpfulness
slide52
What is the approximate total value of Ambassadorial Scholarships?
  • 178,000,000
  • 299,000,000
  • 429,000,000
slide57
Wearing your business name badge and greeting someone by title, Mr. Ms. Dr. during Rotary meetings is contrary to Rotary custom.

True

False

slide58
What was one of the first act of community service by the Chicago Rotary club?
  • Buying a horse for a rural preacher
  • Donating toys to a children’s hospital
  • Providing wood walkways on rainy days
slide60
From the beginning, in the teens when the National Society for Crippled Children was first being formed, which later became known as Easter Seals, it had ties to Rotary.

True

False

slide61
RYLA roots start in 1959 in Queensland, Australia. It is now an official Rotary youth program. What does it stand for?
  • Rotary Youth Learning Association
  • Rotary Youth Leadership Awards
  • Rotary Youth Language Articulation
slide62
Where was the first Interact club launched?
  • Queensland, Australia
  • Lima, Peru
  • Melbourne, FL, USA
slide63
Which group was formed first?

A. Interact

B. Rotaract

slide66
In 1921 Women of the Rotary Club of Chicago established themselves as a nonprofit organization. It was comprised only of wives, daughters, sisters or mothers of Rotarians. How many were in the club?
  • 250
  • 350
  • 450
slide68
Interact, a club modeled after Rotary is for 14-18 year olds in secondary school. The name is a contraction of which two words?
  • Intelligence and Rotary
  • International and Action
  • Intercept and React
slide69
What is the event the Rotary Club of Duarte California is known for in 1978?
  • Having the first dinner club
  • Admitting the first African American
  • Admitting the first women
slide70
Who made the decision to admit women to Rotary?
  • U.N. Council
  • Rotary Board of Directors
  • U.S. Supreme Court
slide73
Rotary Centers for International Studies in peace and conflict resolution are located in the following countries, plus which other one: Australia, England, France, Japan, USA.
  • China
  • Guatemala
  • Argentina
slide74
In what town is RI headquarters located at One Rotary Center?
  • Chicago, Ill
  • Evanston, Ill
  • Lake Forest, Ill
slide79
The Rotary year runs from when to when?
  • Jan 1-Dec 31
  • Jun 1-May 31
  • July 1- Jun 30
slide80
Why are there 4 directors as part of the club officers?
  • One for each of the 4 way test
  • One for each of the 4 Avenues of Service
  • One for each of the 4 Global Regions
slide81
One Rotary district covers 6.5 million square miles. Which countries does it cover?
  • USA, Canada and Russia
  • China and Russia
  • Brazil, Venezuela, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Colombia, Ecuador, Argentina and Peru
slide83
An Assistant Governor is a liaison between the Governor and local clubs. How many clubs does an assistant usually cover?
  • 6
  • 15
  • 27
slide84
At least four Rotarians all from the same club have served as Prime Minister for their country. Which is?
  • India
  • Korea
  • Haiti
slide86
Name the doctor who developed the oral polio vaccine.
  • Dr. Albert Sabin
  • Dr. Albert Schweitzer
  • Dr. Albert Zuckar
slide87
Rotary International was the first organization to be awarded UNICEF’s Audrey Hepburn Child Advocate Award in 1995.

True

False

slide88
What program was the catalyst after 80 years for Rotary to solicit major gifts?
  • Ambassadorial Scholarships
  • Polio Plus
  • Youth Exchange
slide89
In 1985 RI set a fundraising goal of US$120 million for Polio Plus. On May 24, 1988 at RI convention in Philadelphia, the results were tallied. What was the approximate total?
  • $98,000,000
  • $164,000,000
  • $219,000,000
slide90
During the Polio Plus campaign there were National Immunization Days and Days of Tranquility. What is a Day of Tranquility?
  • Cease fire for safety of traversing children
  • The day after immunization for reflection
  • The third Tuesday of the month
slide91
Before PolioPlus in 1988, how many new global cases were diagnosed each year?
  • 147,000
  • 350,000
  • 483,000
slide93
It is estimated that if PolioPlus had not started in 1985, then by Rotary’s 100th birthday there would have been how many more afflicted children?
  • 1.5 million
  • 4.5 million
  • 9 million
slide94
If you are a pilot you might know what IFFR stands for.
  • International Fellowship of Flying Rotarians
  • Interact First Flight Rotaract
  • Ingenious, Fearless Fliers of Rotary
slide95
An RI team went to Manila, Philippines for the kick off of Polio Inoculations. Approval had to be granted by the Interior Minister who stood them up for the first appointment and finally, yet reluctantly gave her consent. What’s her name?
  • Charissa Fernandez
  • Imelda Marcos
  • Elena Caparas
slide96
What are the four Avenues of Service?
  • Club, Vocational, Community & International
  • Youth, Education, Medical & Fellowship
  • Scholarship, Leadership, Peacemaking, Hope
slide97
Name the first African RI President. He served from 2003-04 and is from Nigeria.
  • Nitish C. Laharry
  • Jonathan B. Majiyagbe
  • Arthur Lagueux
slide98
Before taking office, District Governors are required to spend a week in Anaheim, California at which Rotary training and leadership program?
  • The Leadership Retreat
  • The Elected Council’s College
  • The International Assembly
slide100
Warren G. Harding, a Rotarian was the first head of state to address a Rotary convention in 1923 in St. Louis MO with 6779 registered attendees.

True

False

slide101
All of the following were Rotarians or honorary Rotarians.

Prince Ranier III of Monaco

Prince Frederick of Denmark

King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden

Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh

True

False

slide102
Aside from the 57 USA RI Presidents in the first 100 years, which country’s boast the most?
  • England, Canada, Mexico
  • Brazil, Mexico, Canada
  • Canada, Australia, England
slide103
Which US state produced the most RI Presidents in the first 100 years?
  • Illinois
  • California
  • Ohio
slide105
In 1978, Rotary International convention registration ballooned to 39,834. What city hosted the convention?
  • Chicago
  • Rome
  • Tokyo
slide106
What former US President received the Rotary Award for Understanding and peace?
  • John F. Kennedy
  • Richard M. Nixon
  • Jimmy Carter
slide107
In what nationally televised parade has Rotary had a themed float entered more than 25 times?
  • Carnivale, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, NYC
  • Rose Parade, Pasadena, CA
slide109
Which of the following was not a Rotarian or an honorary Rotarian?
  • Neil Armstrong
  • Thomas A. Edison
  • Douglas MacArthur
  • Victor Borge
slide110
Which of the following was not a Rotarian or honorary Rotarian?
  • John F. Kennedy
  • Jimmy Carter
  • Warren G. Harding
  • Woodrow Wilson
slide111
The following were all members of Rotary or honorary Rotarians:

Margaret Thatcher

Sir Winston Churchill

Churcri Kouatly, President of Syria

Walt Disney

True

False

slide114
The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International was initially called the Rotary Endowment Fund. How much money was initially deposited?
  • $1.00
  • $26.50
  • $100.00
slide115
What U.S. President & honorary Rotarian said thinking of Rotary, “I visualize a series of concentric circles, which starting with the smallest and going to the largest, I denominate as community, national and international influence. I see Rotary International as a generating force of incalculable value.”?
  • Franklin D Roosevelt
  • Dwight D Eisenhower
  • Gerald Ford
slide116
What nickname is district 6970 known by?

A. “Florida’s First District”

B. “Florida’s Sunrise District”

C. “Florida’s Crown District”

slide117
When was Edwin W. Peck, Sr., a Rotary member of Daytona Beach, District Governor?
  • 1943-1944
  • 1959-1960
  • 1966-1967
slide121
Approximately how much money has Rotary Club of Daytona Beach donated to Easter Seals through 2005?
  • $400,000
  • $600,000
  • $1,000,000
slide125
What is the Rotary Club of Daytona Beach’s web site address?
  • www.rotarydaytona.org
  • www.daytonabeachrotary.com
  • www.dbrotary.org
slide126
The following members of Rotary Club of Daytona Beach have been awarded Rotarian of the Year.

Rhoda Goodson Gordon Whitley

Peter Brooker

True

False

slide127
Where does Rotary Club Daytona Beach store the name tags?
  • In Bill Seitz’s trunk
  • The hall closet
  • Back stage
slide128
What is the name the Rotary Club of Daytona Beach’s centennial project pre-school?
  • Miss Emma’s Pre School
  • Wonderland Day Care Center
  • Wee People Pre School
slide129
The Rotary District 6970 conference was most recently held in Daytona Beach in which year?
  • 1999
  • 2002
  • 2003
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