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 Several clubs in our District are implementing this technique to bring awareness of Rotary to their communities. These types of events not only promote Rotary to your community but, they increase interest, donations and membership. As you know, new members add to our Foundation, which allows us to make more contributions to the community and build lasting friendships. Work closely with your Public Image officer to update collateral material and signage to the fresh RI logo. 
 
Be sure to invite non-members to join in your service projects and see how the dynamics change. Its all a revolving wheel.  
    Roger Wilson of Spokane Aurora Northwest Rotary Club passed away July 17, 2018. He is seen here receiving a Lifetime Service Award for his work with Rogers HS Interact Club. This is for Roger's 13 years of efforts with the Rogers High School Interact Club. Lloyd Gray recalled that he was Governor that year, and in conjunction with the Centennial Year of Rotary, Roger built 100 bird houses. The Interact Club helped place them along the Spokane River on Centennial Trail. What an achievement!  His obituary is at Read More.
 
 
District Governor Bev Reed
 
 
 
Barry Rassin's 5 Fast Facts on Member Flexibility