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District 5100 World Committee Service Meeting Notes
October 20, 2010
Download a recording of the meeting here (available until November 9th).
WCS Committee mission:

Promote world community service projects to clubs throughout District 5100
Serve as a resource for clubs in their WCS efforts
Establish and maintain relationships with clubs and districts in other countries
Partner with the Districts 5100 Foundation [...]

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New WCS web manager: Sarah Eadie

Hello! My name is Sarah Eadie, and I will be assisting WCS Chair Ron Kelemen in keeping this website updated. ┬áMy academic background is in Mandarin Chinese. I’ve been studying the language for about 4 years: 2 years in high school- 1 of those years spent abroad in Beijing -and 2 years at Reed College. [...]

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District 5100 World Community Service Meeting Notes
September 15, 2010
WCS Committee mission:

Promote world community service projects to clubs throughout District 5100
Serve as a resource for clubs in their WCS efforts
Establish and maintain relationships with clubs and districts in other countries
Partner with the Districts 5100 Foundation Board
Educate the clubs on Future Vision and our role as a [...]

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You may have noticed the addition of tags and categories on individual posts, and in a list on the website sidebar. These tags allow you to browse the site by categories, or more specific tags to help you quickly locate you are looking for.
We are currently developing ways to improve our website to strengthen the [...]

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What are the three most important determinants of value in a house? Neighborhood, Neighborhood, Neighborhood.
And so with World Community Service activity in Rotary, the most important determinants of success are Communication, Communication, Communication.
Communication among clubs in our district, so we share opportunities to invest in projects. Communication of travel and volunteer opportunities unique to Rotarians. [...]

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