The Four Way Test
President's Message
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Greetings fellow Rotarians and guests!
Welcome to the
Rotary E-Club of One World!
In the spirit of Rotary which binds us together to serve above self for the betterment of humanity and the world, let us share the Rotary Four Way Test of the Things we think, say or do; for which in District 5240 (D5240), a fifth has been added:
  1. Is it the TRUTH?
  2. Is it FAIR to all concern?
  4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concern?
  5. Is it FUN?
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May is Youth Service Month!!!!!!!!!!
Younger professionals can work with Rotary members to have unique vocational or community service experience through a New Generations Service Exchange!
Developing a service exchange program
Rotary clubs can design great programs by matching members’ skills and passions with professionals from different cultures. Being a highly international club, these steps can help all of us get started.
Interested in participating?
University students and professionals up to age 30 are encouraged to apply. You don’t have to be a member of Rotary to participate. Organize a group of interested Rotary members in your club or district. Find out what skills, interests and networks your group can offer to create a meaningful exchange. Ask young professionals what type of service could improve their professional skills. Decide on your goals for the program. Craft a program that lasts from a few weeks to six months. It could be one-way or reciprocal, or for individuals or small groups. To reduce expenses, consider providing homestay options, arranging no-cost internship or job-shadowing opportunities and offering other financial assistance.  Promote your program and find districts to partner in an exchange.

The Rotarian Magazine - Digital Version
If you would like to save some trees or are not receiving your print version of The Rotarian Magazine, you may want to consider signing up for the Rotarian Digital Edition.  The digital edition of The Rotarian brings you the same print content you've enjoyed for years – in paperless form. As a digital subscriber, you will receive a link to the new issue in your e-mail inbox each month from GTxcel.  Your subscription to the print or digital edition of The Rotarian Magazine is included in your Rotary International dues.
To order back issues of the print edition and gift subscriptions, change your mailing address, or report a missing issue, email or call the Circulation Department at 847-424-5216 or 847-424-5217.

NEW RESOURCE: Rotary Basics online course
Rotary Basics is now an online course that covers all things Rotary in an interactive, multimedia format. In this new course, housed in the Learning Center, you can meet members around the world, watch videos, and interact with the course to deepen your understanding of Rotary. You can also take a quiz to test your Rotary knowledge. The Rotary Basics online course was designed for new members, but it is also good refresher for long-time members who want to test their Rotary knowledge or even nonmembers who simply want to know what Rotary is all about.

Fire Truck to Belize
The Rotary E-Club of One World is raising funds to help one of our members, Nabil Bedewi, bring a Fire Truck to Placencia, Belize through the non-profit Believe in Belize.
Click here for more information.  Please login on this page with your My Rotary account.

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Attention OWR Members!
Members reporting their Community & International Service activities in March & April
Patricia Fisher, Carol Metzker, Bernadine Janzen, Dawn O’bar & Viktor Cytra.  Thanks a million!
Please report your volunteer service hours using this form:
And your makeup meeting or activity using this form:
(NOTE:  This link is for Rotary E-Club of One World members only)

Become a One World Website Sponsor

Help support our Rotary club and become a website sponsor.  For your $100 donation we will add your logo and your URL to our homepage for one year.  Contact  Treasurer Michael for details.

The Duarte Story as told by Dr Sylvia Whitlock
Author of Women Also Serve: Duarte Invites Women to Join Rotary tells her first person account of what it was like to be a woman Rotary pioneer.

Dr Sylvia Whitlock has been in Rotary for nearly forty years.  She was he second woman to join the Rotary Club of Duarte.  Whitlock went on to become the first woman Rotary Club president.  She was a District Governor in 2012-2013.  Sylvia is a recipient of many awards including the Rotary Foundation District Service Award.  She has supported an orphanage in Mexico, sunk wells in Nigeria and raised nearly $90,000 to educate girls in India.
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