Your Voice, Your Solution for 2010
A member of the Rotary Club of Bay Area Sunrise, Oregan, USA, serves as a sous-chef during a fundraiser for Interactors. Rotarians share their ideas on how to resolve common club issues, including how to inspire club innovation, in Your Voice, Your Solution, Rotary International's problem-solving forum.
P assion sparks innovation.
Kevin Cosgriff, a member of the Rotary Club of Twentynine Palms, California, USA, channeled his passion for cycling into a Bike for Shoes event in August. As a result, more than 100 disadvantaged children were able to select new shoes for their first day of school.
Cosgriff was one of many Rotarians who spoke out this year about how they would resolve common club issues in Your Voice, Your Solution, Rotary International's problem-solving forum. Read what Rotarians had to say in 2010 about everything from getting a club to be more innovative to dealing with a member who is overly critical.
Keep your comments coming, and stay tuned for more tips from fellow Rotarians in 2011. Read Your Voice, Your Solution best practices in the Rotary E-Learning Center.