Posted by Michael Henstra on Aug 17, 2018
 
RIPP William B.  “Bill” Boyd on Peace and Peace Centers
 
 
     2006-07 RI Theme
 
 
 
 
On 24 July 2018 I and new member Laurie Deppa from Annapolis, Maryland, attended the online Zoom meeting of the Rotary E-Club of World Peace D5330.  This Rotary E-Club meets weekly via Zoom and has great guest speakers.  I am sharing this recording of this meeting featuring RIPP (2006-07) William B.  “Bill” Boyd speaking on Peace and Peace Centers.
 
Your feedback about meeting this way would be greatly appreciated.
 
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William Boyd retired in 1995 as general manager of Gordon & Gotch Magazines, Ltd., New Zealand's largest magazine distributor. He is trustee of New Zealand's Trees for Survival Trust and has represented Rotary on the National Kidney Foundation and the Hutt Valley Intellectually Handicapped Society. He is chair of the Rotary Down Under Management Committee. A Rotarian since 1971, Bill is a member of the Rotary Club of Pakuranga. He has served RI as district governor, RI training leader, International Assembly assistant moderator and moderator, committee member and chair, task force assistant general coordinator, Rotary information counselor, regional Rotary Foundation coordinator, treasurer, and director. He is a recipient of The Rotary Foundation's Citation for Meritorious Service and its Distinguished Service Award. He also received a Meritorious Service Award from Rotary Down Under.
 
"As Rotarians, we are not content to let matters stay the way they have always been in our clubs or in our communities. We are not content with the status quo, and we do not look at a problem only to say someone else will solve it. We are the ones who ask, 'Why not us?' We are the ones with the skills and the desire to build a better future. And we are the ones who must Lead the Way.""As Rotarians, we are not content to let matters stay the way they have always been in our clubs or in our communities. We are not content with the status quo, and we do not look at a problem only to say someone else will solve it. We are the ones who ask, 'Why not us?' We are the ones with the skills and the desire to build a better future. And we are the ones who must Lead the Way."
 
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