Rotary under the Communist Gunsa Taipei Rotary Club outpost of mercy thrives By Herbert K. Lau () (Rotary China Historian) 1 August, 2017 In the January 1965 Issue ofThe Rotarianmagazine, there was a report from an American newspaper columnist Tom Dammann with such a title: Rotary Under the Communist Guns on Matsu within artillery...

Some FIRSTs in District 3450 of Rotary InternationalBy Herbert K. Lau () (Rotary China Historian)1January 2020District 3450 of Rotary International was inaugurated on 1 July 1960 when the code then was 3 digits of 345 only. Commencing 1 July 1991, all Rotary districts are to be identified with a 4-digit number system. ...

[The Rotarian] February 1938emblem, plus the member's last name and his classification. While the mother Club was growing steadily and was trying out an assortment of emblems, 16 Clubs got together in August, 1910, to form the National Association of Rotary Clubs. Each of them,used some variation of the wheel motif as its...

Harry Ruggles: he taught Rotary to sing In early 1920, in a letter to Silvester Schiele, one of the original four members of the Rotary Club of Chicago, Rotary founder Paul Harris wrote: "As I look back over the field of early events, the work of Harry Ruggles so completely overshadows all others in...

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