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The Music THE MUSIC Since we humans have existed we have created noises and sounds, over time these have been harmonized and have come to identify peoples and nations. This harmony of sounds has been called MUSIC which, not only has managed to identify very different cultures but also has become an instrument to seek peace in the world There […]
Tutorial – My Rotary by Rodrigo H. Nuñez Secretary 2016-2017 The intention of this tutorial is to show you how to create an account on the Rotary International website www.rotary.org, access the website and identify the different sections and resources available online to Rotarians. Please remember that you need to use the same email reported to Rotary International as your primary […]
Dear Global Eagles: 2017 will the be “Global Eagles” year. We are going to increase our eClub membership and we are also going to continue serving Humanity with our rotarian spirit. My personal best wishes to all of you and your families. I would like to start this year with a program that warns us about what this means: WHY […]
Pulses are not only important because they are recommended to be eaten as part of a healthy diet, but their agriculture contribute to increasing the soil fertility and it is also highly water efficient, among other benefits. As such the UN General Assembly declared 2016 the International Year of Pulses.
Augmented reality alters the actual view at which you're looking, and digitally changes the information your senses take in, changing the way you perceived your surrounding. It's been used in a range of applications from marketing to military. Increasingly it will transform our lives, from healthcare to home improvements, from navigation to entertainment. Learn more about it in the Rotary online makeup program.
Communication is a basic human need. This week's online rotary program features a Ted Talk on how to speak so that people want to hear your message and truly hear what you're saying. We then move on to a look at how wearable technology is changing the way we communicate.
The history of America is intricately entwined with immigration. The founding fathers all had ancestry from another land, and many early public office holders were immigrants. This week's Rotary online makeup meeting takes a look at the challenges and rewards of people building homes in a new land.
3D printing isn't just about making an interesting 3D shape or cool replica of a of your fast food burger. This Rotary makeup program explores the real world applications of this emerging technology, which range from food to manufacturing. But perhaps of most interest in us Rotarians is the application of 3D technology to the field of medicine. From synthetic skin to full blown limb replacements, and from medical research models to lower cost tools and instruments, the applications are astounding. We know this e-makeup will inform you, and we hope it blows your mind!
E-Clubs are more than just a place to perform your online Rotary makeup meeting. They're full-bodied Rotary clubs in their own right, performing all the functions of a traditional rotary club minus the physical meeting. This includes fundraising, projects, and performing the four avenues of services. This Rotary program rebroadcasts a video produced by Rotary District 5240, that talks to the current presidents of the district's own two eClubs, including the Rotary Global Eagles and the Rotary eClub of One World.
It has been said that, “Managing a group of volunteers is like trying to herd cats,” – in other words, an impossible job. In this Rotary online makeup program, we explore the unique communication issues experienced by a volunteer organizations. This Rotary program covers ideas to help streamline the communications in your e-Club or traditional club. Yet, Rotary clubs do successful service work. So, what are the secrets of their success? We Rotarians are all volunteers – volunteers who are leaders in their own area of expertise, volunteers who have their own opinion on every issue. So, cooperation and communications between Rotarians can sometimes become challenging.
Halloween traditions vary around the globe. Scotland children dress up and go "guising". The Irish light bonfires and set off fireworks. In Britain, children put candles into skulls in graveyards. 19th century immigration to North America popularized the holiday in Canada and the United States. It is now so popular that the customs influenced the night around the globe. Have you ever wondered how this holiday evolved? Halloween Around the Globe, one of many rotary makeup programs available from our Rotary e-Club gives you the scoop! And it also tells some of the differences in the way the holiday is celebrated around the world.
Rotary Life: A Photo Essay by the Son of Rotarian Wade Nomura. Rotary eClub member Ryan Nomura takes a look at Rotary Life from the perspective of a relative of a very active Rotarian. An excellent read for anyone considering joining Rotary.
This Rotary Online Makeup Program discusses the history of women in bowling, including league formation and pro bowlers today. Authored by Rotary eClub member Julie Rye, you'll find a short recap of her own invovlement with the great sport of bowling.
This program explores the Rotary fundraising ideas of various traditional Rotary clubs. Videos are provided for several events, which are centered around holidays, local traditions, music and sporting events. And of course, that all-time human favorite -- food!
An innovative way to regulate the body temperature for babies born prematurely or with low birth weights. Find out how this innovation has already helped 40,000 babies across 10 countries at a fraction of the cost of an incubator.
This week we’re taking a holiday! A River Cruise is something I’ve long wanted to do and, since we’re an eClub, let’s all go. It’s May, so we’re setting sail on a River Cruise called the Legends of the Rhine, through Germany and the Netherlands. We’re sailing on the Viking River Cruises Longship Baldur. Let’s take a tour of our […]
The Learning and Development Department at RI Headquarters By Allan F. Pacela, Rotarian Rotary is a service organization of unusually wide-spread and global scope. There is so much richness of information, so many available member services and so many ongoing service projects in Rotary, that members may miss out on the support and programs available to them. In the Global […]
Welcome to new our brand new website, courtesy of long hours put in by our webmaster, George Firican. Thanks George! Our goal is to be an eClub with a capital “E” built from the ground up to “live in the cloud”. This site is central to our activities. It’s a platform for us to get to know each other, share […]
We are a provisional club started on March 12, 2015 in Rotary District 5240 under authority of District Governor Loretta Butts. We have submitted our charter application with 28 members and are in the process of awaiting approval from Rotary International for charter status. As part of the chartering process, we’re required to offer a program to provide new member […]
Agenda Status of Club Meet Your President The Guatemala Book Drive Know Your Board Members Give Us Your Opinion on Some Decisions Status of Club Our charter request was submitted last week with 28 charter members on the list. Within the next couple of weeks, we should hear back from Rotary International about our approval status. Exciting news! Our official […]
This week’s program is interactive. You’ll visit some other eClubs, have a look around, and then give your feedback on how our site can learn from our sister eClubs. A big thank you to club member Allan Pacela for his extensive research of other rotary club websites. His short list is given below. Please click each link and spend a […]
A special provisional program, republished courtesy of Sherrie Wight from the Rotary Club of Old Town, Maine, USA. “If you can read this, thank a teacher”. We have all heard the slogans over the years and they tend to stick in our heads. But infinitely more important than remembering slogans is remembering why they became slogans in the first place. […]
A special provisional program, republished courtesy of Sherrie Wight from the Rotary Club or Old Town, Maine, USA. I am fond of holidays…all of them, big or small. My whole family was very fond of them and we celebrated them all in style. My father was largely the driving force behind this holiday fetish of ours, but when it came […]