Documents, Forms, and References
At our Oct. 27 meeting,
President Neal welcomed 17 Rotarians as well as Exchange Students Liza and Eline, PDG Mike Caruso, Peace Fellow Bianca Neff, Outbound Candidate Ally Scott, and guest speaker Kris Miller.
Jane & Maureen greeted everyone, and Karen provided the inspiration before the traditional handshakes around the room.
President Neal welcomed 18 Rotarians as well as 1 guest (Lynette's friend Mike McSweeney) and 1 visiting Rotarian (program speaker Doug Taylor) for our October 20th meeting. Maureen greeted everyone, and Karen provided the weekly inspiration before the traditional handshakes around the room.
President Neal welcomed 16 Rotarians as well as guests for our October 13th meeting.
Introductions: Youth Exchange student Eline, Ethan Walker, Rylee Sinclair, Jennifer Kuiper, Lauren Kuiper.
Maureen greeted everyone, and Karen provided the weekly inspiration before the traditional handshakes around the room.
President Neal welcomed 21 Rotarians (great turnout) as well as 10 guests for our October 6th meeting at the Senior Center. Introductions: prospective member Verity Caruso and her parents Mike & Amy, Bernie Sims, Landon Karren, Guest Speaker Maggie Chapin, Exchange Students Liza and Eline, summer exchange student Cali, and President of Interact Aleia.. Maureen greeted everyone, and Karen provided the weekly inspiration before the traditional handshakes around the room.
Sherwood Rotary initiated its Peace Pole project in 2016 to raise awareness in the community of the need to promote world peace and understanding. The Peace Poles are 6 feet high and display the words "May Peace Prevail on Earth" in four different languages. To date, Peace Poles have been erected at the Sherwood YMCA, St. Francis Catholic Church, Our Table Cooperative, American Legion, Marjorie Stewart Center, and Sherwood Center for the Arts with commitments for more sites throughout town.
Working documents to promote the 2018 Spring Tree Sale, branding in accordance with Rotary Brand Guidelines (aka approved color, font, stuff like that)
Questions or Issue using or need a tweak, give me a call.
Attached please find the following:
- A flyer designed to distribute or post at your locations to promote the Sherwood Rotary Day of Peace Event
- A game sheet designed for families and participants to be more engaged, as they enjoy the Peace Walk from one Peace Pole to another.
- Peace Day Map and Brochure
A copy of the map is also available on the Sherwood Rotary web site SherwoodRotary.org/peace
Graph of 301 Facebook.com/SherwoodRotary likes since 2010
This template has color schemes that align with the 2017-18 Brand Guidelines. Header is 2017-18 Theme Year
Download the POTX file. When used, you will be prompted to save as "regular" PPTX file.
Rotary brings together a global network of volunteer leaders who dedicate their time and talent to tackle the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges. Rotary connects 1.2 million members from more than 200 countries and geographical areas. Our work impacts lives at both the local and international levels, from helping families in need in our own community to working toward a polio-free world. Rotary accomplishes this through direct club service and through its contribution of funds. It is for this reason the Rotary Club of Sherwood offers competitive grants each year to local, regional, national and international concerns. Please return this completed application and any supporting documentation in person or mail to: Rotary Club of Sherwood, Attn: Club Service Chair, PO Box 683, Sherwood, OR 97140.