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Dunwoody State of the City Crowne Plaza Ravinia
Feb 12, 2015
District Literacy Summit Clayton State University
Feb 21, 2015
Light up Rotary (check time) Feb 23, 2015 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM
DeKalb County Rotary Meeting Crowne Plaza Ravinia
Feb 27, 2015
Monroe Park Clean-up Mar 07, 2015 09:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Governor's Ball Atlanta Athletic Club
Mar 14, 2015
USO Atlanta Airport
Apr 01, 2015
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Monroe Park Clean-up Apr 25, 2015 09:00 AM - 09:00 AM
Monroe Park Clean-up Jun 27, 2015 08:00 AM - 09:00 AM
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Posted by Dottie Toney on Sep 10, 2014

Image Dottie Toney described the relationship between being "friendly," which we proclaim to be; caring; and the development of friendships which make membership more valuable.

In this Membership Month, and at the beginning of this new Rotary year, it is important to be willing to share the good news and the concerns we have so that we can be "a rainbow in someone's cloud."

After all, it's relationships that heal.  All club members are invited each week to find a yellow card and a blue card at their places, and write a concern on the blue card and good news on a yellow card.  The Caring Hands team will respond as needed.  Last week, 24 cards were completed and each one was addressed appropriately.

Remember, "Lots of people want to ride with you in the limo, but what we want is someone who will take the bus with us when the limo breaks down!"  Helping others is the goal of Rotary.  We must start within our own club to make each of us feel welcome and cared for.  After all, friendship doubles our joy and divides our grief.

Posted by William M. Mulkey on Aug 20, 2014

 Rotary Club of Dunwoody
Achieves $100,000+ in Contributions Towards POLIOPLUS!!

Image The PolioPlus Program to eradicate polio worldwide started in 1985.  After 29 years and 6 weeks of “Sharing Rotary and Serving People” Dunwoody Rotarians have contributed over $100,000+ towards the goal of eradicating POLIO worldwide.

On August 12th, one of our Past Presidents, Susan Schwall, made a significant contribution to enable the club to achieve this remarkable level of giving to one of the all-time major humanitarian global initiatives of Rotarians and The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.  The Rotary Club of Dunwoody is among one of the top clubs in Rotary District 6900 in their total contributions to PolioPlus.

The Rotary Foundation and the Rotary Club of Dunwoody thanks all Dunwoody Rotarians past, present and future for their generosity and support of our Rotary Foundation.

PDG Bill Mulkey

Posted by Carter Stout

TImagehe Rotaract Club of Atlanta is a social, professional development and community service organization for young professionals between the ages of 21 and 30 in the Metro Atlanta Area and is affiliated with Rotary International and the Rotary Club of Dunwoody. Similar to a Rotary club, the Rotaract club holds bi-weekly meetings for members and guests to which it invites a variety of speakers, and members frequently get together for community service projects and social events.
Posted by Anne E. Hayden

For a Rotary Club with under 100 members located in a relatively small town in Georgia, the Rotary Club of Dunwoody has amazing representation in the higher echelons of Rotary.

Rotary International consists of over 1.2 million people in over 34,000 clubs worldwide.  Those clubs are organized into almost 550 Districts worldwide.  Rotary International is governed by a 20 person Board. The membership consists of the president, president elect, general secretary and seventeen directors who are elected to two year terms.  Every year, the 550 or so incoming District Governors and their spouses and the Board of RI and the Board of Trustees of the Rotary Foundation meet at the Rotary International Assembly to train the incoming Governors.

Posted by William M. Mulkey

ImageRI President-elect Gary C.K. Huang chose Light Up Rotary as his theme for 2014-15. Huang was inspired by the teachings of Chinese philosopher Confucius who said: "It is better to light a single candle, than to sit and curse the darkness."

"There are so many problems in the world, so many people who need help. Many people say, 'There's nothing I can do.' So they sit there doing nothing. Meanwhile everything stays dark," Huang told the 537 district governors and their spouses and partners who are attending the 2014 International Assembly in San Diego, California.

"The Rotary way is the Confucius way. The Rotary way is to light a candle. I light one, you light one, 1.2 million Rotarians light one. Together, we light up the world," said Huang, who is a member of the Rotary Club of Taipei in Taiwan.

After announcing his theme at the opening session of the five-day training meeting, Huang urged club members to Light Up Rotary in the coming year by hosting a Rotary Day in their community and including local Rotaract and Interact members in their service projects.

"How you Light Up Rotary is up to you," Huang said. "You know where you are strong, you know what your community needs, and you know how you can help."

Huang also shared his membership development goals, including the need for more women and young adults and his goal to increase membership to a total of 1.3 million members. He asked Rotarians to invite their spouses, family members, and friends to join Rotary. "We need to assume leadership for building strong clubs, and that starts with bringing in new members," he said.

Addressing the status of the fight against polio, Huang noted that with the current momentum Rotary is on track to achieve full polio eradication by 2018. "When we eradicate polio — and we will — we will have proved ourselves an organization capable of great things. And we'll be even better equipped for the next challenge we choose to take on. We'll have given the world a gift that will endure forever," he said.  By continuing to fight against polio, setting an example in local communities, and growing membership, Huang hopes to see Rotary shine brighter than ever.

"Light Up Rotary is our theme, but it is more than our theme. It is how we live in Rotary, how we think in Rotary, how we feel, how we work," Huang said. "It is how we make a difference — every day, in every club, every district, and every country where we serve.

Perhaps the best known four points in Rotary are those of The Four Way Test:

Of the things we think, say or do

1.Is it the TRUTH?
2.Is it FAIR to all concerned?
4.Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?  

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