Rotary
101…
What’s that
all about?
So you’re
about to be
President?
History
Programs
Terminology
Organizational structure
Rules
First,
a little
history…
What was the
date of the
first Rotary
meeting ?
The first Rotary
meeting ever was
held on:
February 23, 1905
Which of these events
happened first?
A. Rotary membership
reached one million
B. Women first allowed to
join Rotary
A. Rotary membership reaches
one million
1985
B. Women first allowed to
join Rotary
1987
Which of these events
happened first?
A. Four-Way Test was written
B. First Rotary Youth
Exchange Student
B. First Youth Exchange
Student
1927
Between Denmark and
France
B. Four-Way Test Was
Written
1932
Who wrote the
Four-Way Test?
Herbert
Taylor
Where was Herbert
Taylor born?
The author of the
Four-Way Test was
born in Pickford, MI
in District 6290
Who was Arch
Klumph?
Arch Klumph
started what would
become
The Rotary Foundation
The Official Motto of Rotary
is which of the following?
a. He Profits Most Who Serves the
Best
b. Service Above Self
c. Celebrate Rotary
d. What is lunch without chicken?
The Official Motto of Rotary
is which of the following?
a. He Profits Most Who Serves the
Best
b. Service Above Self
c. Celebrate Rotary
d. What is lunch without chicken?
Terminology
RYLA
RID
PDG
PHF
AG
GETS
GSE
RRFC
DGN
PE
RIBI
CLP
COL
WCS
RC
DDF stands for what?
a. Distinguished District
Fellowship
b.District Designated Funds
c. District Disability Fund
d.District Directory Fund
DDF stands for what?
a. Distinguished District
Fellowship
b.District Designated Funds
c. District Disability Fund
d.District Directory Fund
Which one of the following is
required to become District
Governor?
a. 2 years perfect attendance
b. Attend an International training event
c. 5 years membership in Rotary
d. Must have attended at least one
International Convention
Which of the following is
required to become District
Governor?
a. 2 years perfect attendance
b. Attend an International training
event
c. 5 years membership in Rotary
d. Must have attended at least one
International Convention
Every club president should
know what a SAR is… it is:
a. Sergeant-at-Arms of Rotary
b.Spouses attending Rotary
c. Semi-annual report
d.Senior alumni of Rotary
Every club president should
know what a SAR is… it is:
a. Sergeant-at-Arms of Rotary
b.Spouses attend Rotary
c.Semi-annual report
d.Senior alumni of Rotary
I have an MBA, am a real
estate broker and work for
a company that developed
Bay Harbor, a resort
community on Lake
Michigan… and my
classification is….
a.MBA
b.Real Estate Development
c.Broker
d.Bay Harbor Company
a.MBA
b.Real Estate Development
c.Broker
d.Bay Harbor Company
Next,
Some of the
Programs of
Rotary
An Ambassadorial Scholar is
given what?
a. Tuition to earn a 2 year’s
master’s degree
b.One year in high school abroad
c. An internship at the UN
d.One year in college abroad
An Ambassadorial Scholar is
given what?
a. Tuition to earn a 2 year’s
master’s degree
b.One year in high school abroad
c. An internship at the UN
d.One year in college abroad
Rotary Centers for International
Studies in Peace and Conflict
Resolution is…
a. a Rotary University in Geneva
b. a 2 year master’s program
c. a scholarship awarded in each
district each year
d. is located at Rotary headquarters
Rotary Centers for International
Studies in Peace and Conflict
Resolution is…
a. a Rotary University in Geneva
b.a 2 year master’s program
c. is a scholarship awarded in each
district each year
d. is located at Rotary headquarters
The Rotary organization of
high school aged students is
called:
a. Rotaract
b. Interact
c. Youth Exchange
d. Group Study Exchange
The Rotary organization of
high school aged students is
called:
a. Rotaract
b.Interact
c. Youth Exchange
d.Group Study Exchange
PolioPlus was started:
a. as a 3H grant in the Philippines
b. as a matching grant in India
c. at the request of the UN
d. as the result of a GSE team
Polio Plus was started:
a. as a 3H grant in the Philippines
b. as a matching grant in India
c. at the request of the UN
d. as the result of a GSE team
If you chose to leave The
Rotary Foundation $1000 in
your will, you would be a:
a. Paul Harris Fellow
b.Benefactor
c. Major Donor
d.Member of Bequest Society
If you chose to leave The
Rotary Foundation $1000 in
your will, you would be a:
a. Paul Harris Fellow
b.Benefactor
c. Major Donor
d.Member of Bequest Society
A Sustaining member is one
who…
a. has perfect attendance for one
year
b. supports a Rotary project
c. gives $100 every year
d. gives $1000 every year
A Sustaining member is one
who…
a. has perfect attendance for one
year
b. supports a Rotary project
c. gives $100 every year
d. gives $1000 every year
Every Rotarian, Every Year
means that every Rotarian is
a. expected to give something to The
Rotary Foundation each year
b. expected to bring in a new member each
year
c. expected to participate in a service
project each year
d. expected to attend a district event each
year.
Every Rotarian, Every Year
means that every Rotarian is
a. expected to give something to The
Rotary Foundation each year
b. expected to bring in a new member each
year
c. expected to participate in a service
project each year
d. expected to attend a district event each
year.
The Annual Fund of The Rotary
Foundation does NOT fund
which of these activities?
a. Matching Grants
b. Youth Exchange
c. Ambassadorial Scholarships
d. Group Study Exchange
The Annual Fund of The Rotary
Foundation does NOT fund
which of these activities?
a. Matching Grants
b. Youth Exchange
c. Ambassadorial Scholarships
d. Group Study Exchange
Organizational
Structure
Put the following in the
order of their size,
smallest to largest:
a. Rotary Zone
b. Rotary District
c. Rotary International
d. Rotary Club
Rotary International is
headquartered in what city?
a. New York
b. Chicago
c. London
d. Evanston
Rotary International is
headquartered in what city?
a. New York
b. Chicago
c. London
d. Evanston
What are the Five
Avenues of Service?
•Club Service
•Vocational Service
•Community Service
•International Service
•New Generations Service
What are the five
primary committees
of a Rotary Club
based on the Club
Leadership Plan?
•Membership
•Public Relations
•Club Administration
•Service Projects
•The Rotary Foundation
Which event is intended to
train your club officers and
board?
a. District Assembly
b. District Conference
c. PETS
d. International Convention
Which event is intended to
train your club officers and
board?
a. District Assembly
b. District Conference
c. PETS
d. International Convention
We have rules?
So when can I
cancel a meeting?
•Legal holiday
•Death of a member
•Epidemic/disaster
•Armed conflict
•A meeting can be changed for
good cause
•It can be changed to another
date or time, after the last
meeting and before the next
regular meeting.
You have or probably will
hear the terms…
•Active member
•Senior active member
•Honorary member
•Dual membership
What qualifies a person to
be an honorary Rotarian,
and what rights and
privileges do they have?
Can elected officials
be members?
What is the
required meeting
agenda?
introduction of guests
Rotary minute
speaker gift
fines/happy bucks
singing
classification talk
invocation
announcements
National anthem
50/50
4-way test
committee reports
Pledge of Allegiance
induction
program speaker
political commentary - NO
Be honored to be a
Rotarian!
Are there any questions?
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