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Rotary Book of Readings: Inspiration to Change the World
The Rotary Book of Readings collects over 175 quotations exploring the goals and values of this preeminent humanitarian organization. In its pages you will discover the core principles embodied by Rotary International, including volunteerism, leadership, community, and peace, all through these inspirational quotes—many from noted members of Rotary International.
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published June 30th 2015 by Hatherleigh Press
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Jul 12, 2015 Kate Baxter rated it liked it
Rotarians, on the whole, are a hopeful bunch with a strong desire to make ours a better world. Through service, acquaintanceship and a strong commitment to serve, the world's 1.2 million Rotarians are making a difference effecting better communities locally and globally. This book contains inspirational quotes of famous people, some of whom are or were in their lifetime Rotarians. The quotes are poignant, insightful and for the most part hopeful and upbeat. The quotes ring true to one's strong ...more
One of the largest organizations in the world, Rotary International, published a book of quotes, The Rotary Book of Readings: Inspiration to Change the World, for everyday inspiration. With over 175 quotes for Rotary’s core values including: fellowship and global understanding, ethics and integrity, diversity, vocational expertise and service, and leadership as well as its areas of focus: promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, supporting education, ...more
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