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At 10:32AM on 27 August 2012,
I am from Rotaract Club of Baridhara, Bangladesh, RID-3280. We are looking for a international service program and/or international fellowship program, interested club can communicate with us by email@example.com. Thanks
At 9:26AM on 29 July 2011,
We need rotaract club in lome togo, for an international service project, pls contact firstname.lastname@example.org
At 3:04PM on 7 July 2011,
My Club, the Rotary Club of Port Harcourt District 9140 was approved as one of the Clubs to participate in the Corpoate membership Pilot programme. We seem not to have enough literature in the operational modalities. Our focal person would appreicate it if more operational literature could be made availe.
At 3:25PM on 10 June 2011,
Our Club was recently approved for Pilot in the new RI Membership initiative. Other Clubs approved could use this blog facility to learn and share ideas for use in their Clubs. If you are one of the 200 Clubs, lets share information and build membership together.
At 11:19AM on 18 October 2010,
What is the minimum level for meeting attendance ? Where can I obtain info on the meeting grequency pilot plan ?
At 9:24AM on 2 November 2009,
ROTR. OLWAGBENGA OGUNLOWO D9110
FELLOWSHIP, WE NEED ROTARACT CLUB TO JOIN US IN EXECUTING A PROJECT. ANY INTERESTED CLUB IN USA SHOULD EMAIL THE CLUB. email@example.com
At 9:21AM on 3 August 2009,
Mary E. Humphrey
Our club has been in existence three years and struggle to keep attendance up with our younger members who have busy lives. How can I find more information about the meeting frequency pilot program.
At 9:58AM on 22 June 2009,
Where can I get a listing of the clubs in the meeting frequency project?
At 9:11AM on 20 May 2009,
How does a club join the Meeting frequency Pilot Plan? I am in the process of starting a new club - could it be included in the Pilot Plan? Thank you
At 9:42AM on 12 May 2009,
Rotary Club of De Aar was chosen for the Meeting Frequency Pilot Plan, as was 3 other clubs in Distric 9320 (South Africa). We were loosing members as the weekly meetings was too much for most people . We changed to two meetings a month and have grown from 8 members to 13. Five years ago we were down to 5 members and thought of closing the club.
At 9:56AM on 19 February 2009,
I second Simon's question. Is this pilot project on meeting frequency happening? If so, where? What is the nature of the project? Are there any preliminary data?
At 8:47AM on 30 December 2008,
I am wanting to know more about this pilot project, can anyone send me some links or comment?
At 5:03PM on 16 August 2008,
Looking for business study/internship in Japan. Prefer Osaka interested in manufactured housing. Builder form Orlando Florida. My wife is Japanese so no visa needed. I know some basic Japanese willing to study more. Ideal stay is one year so 5 year old daughter can learn Japanese
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