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The Rotary Foundation Banquet 2014
Thursday, November 6, 2014
Koury Convention Center - Greensboro
(Details)
Sandler Training

Sandler Training Polio Fundraiser
"Growing Your Business - Enriching Your Life"

Family of Rotary 2015 Calendar
Entries & Orders Details here

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Donate Life NC, an organ donor registry.
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Link to District Conference information
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DONATE LIFE NORTH CAROLINA
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Donate Life NC logo

Donate Life North Carolina is an organ donation registration program.
Please join Governor Cookie and many fellow Rotary District 7690 Rotarians to share your life with others. Here is a 5-step how to do it:

  1. Get your Driver License! (That is the hardest part!)
  2. Visit www.DonateLifeNC.org
  3. Click on "Register Now Button"
  4. Click on "Proceed to Registration"
  5. BE SURE TO DO THIS - when you are asked "Where did you hear about us?" choose "Special Event" then choose "Rotary 7690"
    If "Rotary 7690" is selected, the numbers will tally and let us know how many register from this campaign.

  6. An option is to tell someone that you registered. When I registered I told Cookie. You can do the same. Her email address is CookieBillings@Rotary7690.org.

(That was easy, wasn't it? The hardest part was going downstairs for my driver license!)

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The 2014 District 7690 Rotary Foundation Banquet
Thursday, November 6, 2014
Koury Convention Center - Greensboro

2014TRFBanquetInvitation
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For Registration Details click here
RIPN John Germ

ABOUT THE KEYNOTE SPEAKER

JOHN F. GERM
Rotary International President Nominee

Director, Rotary International 2003-2005
Vice President, Rotary International 2004-2005
Vice Chairman, The Rotary Foundation, 2009-2011
Trustee, The Rotary Foundation 2008-2012

John is Chairman of the Board of Campbell & Associates, Inc., Consulting Engineers. He joined the firm as an engineer in 1965 after four years in the United States Air Force. In Chattanooga, he has been active as the President of the Chamber of Commerce, Boy Scouts, Junior Achievement, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee and Campaign Chairman of the United Way. He also serves on the Board of Trustees Directors and Executive Committee of Orange Grove Center, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga School of Business Advisory Board, Executive Committee and Board of Directors Public Education Foundation, Past President and Treasurer of Chattanooga State Technical Community College Foundation, Chairman of Board Blood Assurance, Inc., a Regional Blood Center, and President of the Tennessee Jaycee Foundation. He has served on several community boards and is a past president of the Tennessee Jaycees. He was recognized as Tennessee Young Man of the Year for 1970 and is a recipient of the Boy Scouts Silver Beaver Award, Circle of Hope Award by the Arthritis Foundation, Volunteer Fund raiser of the Year Award and MS Dinner of Champions Award. He was recognized as the Tennessee Organization Volunteer of the Year in 2009. He was recognized by the White House as a Champion of Change in 2013.

John joined Rotary in 1976 and has served Rotary International as President of the Rotary Club of Chattanooga 1993-94, District Governor 1996-97, District and Zone Trainer 1999-2002, Eastern N.A. Coordinator Community Concerns Task Force 1998-99, International Institute Committee (Anaheim, CA) 1998-99, Centennial Planning Committee 1999-2000, Polio Plus Partners Task Force 1998-2001, Membership Development Task Force 2000-01, Membership Zone Coordinator 2001-02, Assistant Chairman Polio Plus Partners Task Force 2001-02, International Assembly Training Leader 2000-01 and 2002-03, Delegate to the Council of Legislation 2001, member of the Council on Legislation 2004, 2007,2010, & 2013, Executive Committee of the Board of Directors 2004-05, Joint Committee of the Board of Directors and The Rotary Foundation 2004-05 and 2009-2011, R.I. Audit Committee 2003-2009, Nominating Committee for President of RI 2008-09, 2011-2012, 2012-13 and 2014-15. He served on the RI Board of Directors for 2003-05 and as Vice President 2004-05, member of the 2007 and 2008 International Assembly Committee and Chairman of the 2007 & 2013 Council on Legislation, Vice Chair Rotary Centers Major Gift Initiative 2007-08. He served as aide to President Wilf Wilkinson, Presidents Advisory Committee, (2007-08) Advisory Committee Member for the 2008 International Convention and Vice Chairman of the International Convention, 2012. Chair of the 2012 International Convention Promotion Committee. He served as Chairman of Rotary's US$ 200 Million Challenge Committee, which raised 228.7m for Polio Eradication, Vice Chair of the Rotary Foundation 2009-11 and as Trustee of The Rotary Foundation 2008-2012. He served on the Rotary Foundation Finance Committee 2008-12, Vice Chair of TRF Stewardship Committee 2008-12, Investment Advisory Committee 2008-09 and Chair of the Investment Advisory Committee, 2010-12, He currently serves on the International Polio Plus Committee and as Vice Chair for 2012-14 and aide to Trustee Chair D.K. Lee.

He has received Rotary International's Service Above Self Award and The Rotary Foundation's Citation for Meritorious Service and Distinguished Service Award.

He and his wife, Judy, are Major Donors and members of the Arch Klumph Society of the Rotary Foundation. They have four children and five grandchildren.

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Rotary International's Governance Documents
Here are updates from the 2013 Council on Legislation
These updates will require that clubs review their club
constitution and bylaws. Here is a link to
Rotary's governance Documents

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Most of the grey menu tabs at the top of this page don't work like they should! What should I do?

I believe that Internet Explorer v.11 works appropriately
(September 20, 2013 - rpm)

I’m betting that you are using Internet Explorer version 10.  And I wish I knew how to make it work in that version. I had  the problem too, and when I tried to determine how to resolve it all the techies on the internet were suggesting one of two options:
  1. Uninstall Internet Explorer v.10 and fall back on Internet Explorer v.9
  2. Others suggest that Instead of using Internet Explorer you try Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome or Safari
  3. Keep you eye on Internet Explorer v.11. The menu option works in the installation I tested. However I had problems cutting and pasting in forms in this version. There may be a 'fix' to this issue.)
I tried both options. 
  1. When I uninstalled Internet Explorer v.10 it was automatically replaced by Internet Explorer v.9 and the menu options became available.
  2. I also have Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari on my computer.  The menu options are available in those Internet browsers.
Sorry that I have not found a more elegant solution to this problem.

 

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How to find the version number of your Internet browser: If you are reading this your browser should be open. Click on "Help" (at the top of the screen. Then click on "About," usually at the bottom of the drop-down list.

For those who are reluctant to remove programs from their computer (option 1 above) my suggestion would be in install Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer will not conflict with each other when they are installed on one computer.

-phil morris

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