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Rotary Weekly
21 September 2018 A roundup of Rotary news
Check out Rotary's newest Virtual Reality film
Patience Asiimwe, a Rotaractor from Kampala, ventured deep into her native Uganda with a polio vaccination team as part of Rotary’s newest virtual reality film, Two Drops of Patience. "When we first started filming, I was focused on what we were going to shoot. But that changed when I did my first vaccination. I felt like a hero. It was a satisfying feeling, knowing you probably just changed someone’s life." Read more of Asiimwe's story and check out the virtual reality film.
This week's stories
Satellite club gets back to Rotary's roots

The Leeds Phoenix Satellite Rotary Club in England is anything but traditional. Members use digital tools like Slack, iZettle, Skype and social media for planning and keeping in contact. And meetings have virtually no formality, but draw members together. Rotarian Tony Scaife explains why helping launch the club rejuvenated his outlook on Rotary in our blog, Rotary Voices.

What is the state of your club's membership?

The State of Rotary Membership is a recently updated PowerPoint that provides a look at our global membership trends over the past five to 10 years and specific ideas for making membership a top priority in your club. Use this presentation to have an honest discussion with your members about how your club compares with Rotary as whole.

Calling all breakout sessions
Do you have an idea or project that you want to share with your Rotary family? Breakout sessions can inspire attendees, help them polish their leadership skills and give them new ideas for projects, fundraising, strengthening membership, and more! Help us build a breakout program that celebrates Rotary’s diversity.
How will you celebrate World Polio Day?
Whether you’re hosting a fundraiser, planning a 5k run, or placing ads around town, there are countless ways your club can be a part of World Polio Day. Join us on 24 October and help spread the word about polio eradication in your community.

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