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Eight Rotary donors changing the world

People donate money to good causes for all sorts of reasons; it could be a personal connection to a community in need, a debt of gratitude for a past kindness, or a desire to leave a legacy. We asked eight people around the world what motivates

Help honor Sam Owori's legacy

Sam F. Owori was elected to serve as president of Rotary International in 2018-19 and would have been the second African Rotarian, and the first Ugandan, to hold that office. He died on 13 July, at age 76, from complications after surgery.  Owori is largely credited with the

Press Release centennial fundraising

Rotary clubs raise $304 million in one year to strengthen communities and improve lives around the world EVANSTON, IL (August 10, 2017) — As part of Rotary’s year-long centennial celebration of The Rotary Foundation – the global membership organization’s

Paralympian Dennis Ogbe on eradicating polio

Paralympian Dennis Ogbe takes his best shot at eradicating

Rotary partners with International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness

Rotary partners with International Agency for the Prevention of BlindnessEVANSTON, IL (August 7, 2017) — About 80 percent of the world's 285 million visually impaired people have treatable eye diseases, according to the World Health Organization. Rotary and the

Winners

Speech topic: Leadership, Service, and the Four Way test. The contestant must apply the Rotary Four-Way Test to the concepts of leadership, service to others and life experience.

The following students exemplified all qualifications of the competition guidelines:

  1. Delivery must be presented from memory without the aid of podium, notes, displays or props.
  2. No less than 4 minutes, no more than 6 minutes.  
  3. Speech must be the work of the contestant alone, no more than 75 words may be quoted.

Winners of the 2017 Contest

Pictured L to R: DGN Jim Roxlo, Mickeala Kerly, 2nd Place Winner (Chattanooga Breakfast), Travis Taylor, 3rd Place Winner (Bradley Sunrise), Loren Proctor, 1st Place Winner (Seymour Breakfast, and DGE Debbie Alexander Davis.

 

Winners of the 2016 Contest

 Pictured L to R: DG Beth Stubbs, Carolina Hatfield, 3rd Place Winner (South Pittsburg), Danielle Quisenberry, 2nd Place Winner, (Seymour Breakfast), and Julia Goncalves, 1st Place Winner, (Cleveland)

 

Winners of Recent Contests:

1st Place - Wendy Armenta, Cleveland -$1000 Scholarship

2nd Place - Brooke Chaffin, Bradley Sunrise -$500 Scholarship

3rd Place - Mickayla Stogsdill, Farragut -$250 Scholarship

 

 Front Row: L to R: Kayla Adams (Jamestown), Ovi Kabir (Oak Ridge Sunset), Mikayla Stogsdill, 3rd Place Winner (Farragut), Brooke Chaffin, 2nd Place Winner (Bradley Sunrise), Wendy Armenta, 1st Place Winner (Cleveland), and DG Jerry Wear. Back Row: Emily Hooper (South Pittsburg), Condra Lee Carter (Dayton)