Capitol Hill - Home Page
Title: Capitol Hill - Home Page
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Capitol Hill - Home Page Member Login Rotary Club of Capitol Hill Washington, DC Home Stories Events Speakers Contact Us Follow Us! Twitter Facebook Google+ Site Pages About Rotary International Bolivian Water Pump Donation Project Dictionary Project August 2016 S M T W T F S 31 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 01 02 03 Club Executives & Directors President Quentin Wodon President Elect David Sterling Vice President Jeremy Pearce Secretary Doctor Dan Garfinkel Treasurer Kip Knudson Sargeant at Arms Chuck Charpentier Immediate Past President Tom Reed Board Member Roxanne Suratgar Board Member Debbie Harrison Website Administrator Chuck Charpentier Bulletin Subscribe Subscribe to our eBulletin and stay up to date on the latest news and events. Click here to sign up! Rotarian Economist RSS Growing the Membership and Serving the Community: Example of a Strategic Plan for a Rotary Club On July 1, at the start of each new Rotary year, new club Presidents elected by the membership of more than 34,000 Rotary clubs worldwide take on the responsibility to lead their club for a year. New elected leaders are also in place, again for a year, at the level of Rotary Districts and even Rotary International. Rotary […] Polio Immunization in Yemen A few months ago, I shared news through this blog about the approval of a new World Bank project for routine immunizations in Pakistan which included a component on polio. Rotarian friends mentioned to me at the time that my blog post did not mention Rotary. The reason was that the project included partnerships with organizations such as the Bill and Melinda Gates […] Launch of the Rotarian Pro Bono Initiative in Capitol Hill Rotarians could have a larger postive impact on their community if they used their professional skills to the benefit of local nonprofits. I have mentioned the idea of the Pro Bono Rotarian on this blog in recent months. My club is launching a new pro bono pilot initiative on July 12 at the Hill Center […] Education innovations for disadvantaged students in Washington DC Can internship and mentorship programs help students graduate from high school and prepare them for colleges and careers? What type of support is needed for the most disadvantaged youth, including those who suffer from homelessness? Do tutoring programs help students learn? How can we improve the research, writing, and presentation skills of middle and high […] Improving Immunization and Fighting Polio in Pakistan Polio remains endemic in only two countries: Afghanistan and Pakistan. Apart from polio campaigns, broader support for immunization is essential to eradicate polio. Two weeks ago (on April 21, 2016), the World Bank approved an International Development Association (IDA) credit of $50 million to increase the availability of vaccines for infectious diseases, including polio, for children under […] Rotary Club of Capitol Hill - Washington, DC Service Above Self Second and Fourth Tuesdays of the Month The Dubliner Restaurant and Pub 4 F Street, NW Washington, DC 20001 United States District Site Venue Map Home Page Stories Club Meetings Schedule Changing July 1st!! Posted by David Sterling on May 08, 2016 The Rotary Club of Capitol Hill will meet on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month at The Dubliner. Other Tuesdays will find us in service functions throughout DC. We look forward to welcoming guests and fellow Rotarians at The Dubliner meetings, and look forward to Serving Others across DC. Stay tuned to this website to find the latest service schedule for the months ahead. The Dubliner Restaurant 4 F Street NW, Washington, DC 20001 Rotary Serving Humanity Posted by David Sterling on Jul 24, 2016 Read more... District Gov Anne Mae Kobbe Kicks Off New Year Posted by David Sterling on Aug 07, 2016 District 7620's new Governor, Anne Mae Kobbe kicked off the 2016-17 year at The Dubliner with the Rotary Club of Capitol Hill. She emphasized the club's new to continue to engage in the community and raise the profile of Rotary while inducting our newest member, Cathi Coridan (standing at right). Anne Mae is only the third woman to hold the position of District Governor, and will use her bully pulpit to recognize the contributions that women make throughout the Rotary District. The new DG also noted that this year is the 100th Anniversary of the Rotary Foundation. It is also a year to remain vigilant in support of PolioPlus! Both focuses provide opportunities to create and tell stories about why and how Rotarians give to Polio eradication. In addition, it provides opportunities for each Rotarian to match the initial investment in the Rotary Foundation of $26.50 and to PolioPlus! RCCH Kicks-off the Capitol Hill Pro Bono Initiative Posted by Quentin Wodon on May 08, 2016 Volunteer your skills with local nonprofits to achieve higher impact with your service work/hours. As a lawyer, marketer, social media expert, evaluation specialist, or professional in another field, help local nonprofits improve and expand their services in your community. Join an initiative from the Rotary Club of Capitol Hill to provide pro bono consulting advice to local nonprofits in Capitol Hill and beyond.This initiative is for Rotarians and others to engage in service work. Non-Rotarians can participate too and are welcome to join the teams that will be formed to advise each participating nonprofit. For further details, please contact Quentin Wodon / Eric Goldstein Keynote and Supporter of RCCH's Pro Bono Initiative Posted by David Sterling on Jul 24, 2016 Read more... RCCH Nominates Candidates for Rotary Generate LEAD Posted by David Sterling on Aug 07, 2016 The Rotary Club of Capitol Hill has nominated five youth to attend Rotary's Generation LEAD in September at the Riggs Alumni Center in College Park, MD. Generation LEAD connects young professionals with community leaders, business leads and mentors to build interest in ways to strengthen communities. Participants will have the opportunity to earn an exclusive Young Professional Community Ambassador Certificate from Rotary International. Stay tuned for progress and details. Interested in Speaking at a Rotary Club of Capitol Hill Meeting? Posted by Debbie Harrison on Jun 10, 2013 Would you or someone you know like to be a speaker at a Rotary Club of Capitol Hill meeting? We are always interested in hearing from members of the DC community and beyond on topics ranging from business to academic to humanitarian. We meet on Tuesdays at 7:15AM at The Dubliner, in the Phoenix Park Hotel. Our speakers generally speak for about 15 minutes and have time for audience questions afterward. If you would like to suggest a speaker, please contact: Jeremy Pearce Vice President Rotary Club of Capitol Hill Google+ Posted by Charles Charpentier Photo Albums Rotary Club of Capitol Hill_selected_2015-16 2013-2014 Club Pictures 2012-2013 Club Pictures Rotary Banners Recived from Around the World Speakers Aug 09, 2016 Abby Sypek, Capitolk Hill Group Ministry Making an Impact on the Caitol Hill Community Aug 23, 2016 Shayna Scholnick, Latin American Youth Center LAYC Promotor Pathway Program Sep 13, 2016 Maurice Cook, Serve Your City Working Together to Help DC Youth View entire list... Home Page Download Files Prospective Member Information Sheet Donate Now Links Our Club's current URL Rotary International Rotary District 7620 Rotary Club of Capitol Hill Facebook Page Rotary Club of Capitol Hill Facebook Group Rotary Club of Capitol Hill LinkedIn Group Rotary Club of Capitol Hill Twitter Page Rotary Club of Capitol Hill Google+ Page Rotary Links Rotary International RI President Home About Rotary Joining Rotary Rotary History Rotary Foundation For New Members Rotary RSS Member spotlight: Rod Buffington's patchwork of good deeds From the August 2016 issue of The Rotarian Quilts may be utilitarian objects, but Rod Buffington’s “quilt paintings” – watercolors on paper that are then covered with small bits of fabric – are geometrics where mathematics and whimsy intersect. Buffington, a member of the Rotary Club of Springfield, Ill., didn’t come up with this unusual method overnight. His voilà moment came as he beheld the mesmerizing quilts made by his grandmother, who lived to 104 and continued her craft until she was 98. To create his works, Buffington lays cotton fabric over paintings he has created, then hand-... Member interview: Steven Goldsmith on mediation From the August 2016 issue of The Rotarian Steven Goldsmith is a mediation and training leader with Mediators Beyond Borders International, an organization that develops local skills for peace building and conflict resolution around the world. Goldsmith was among 150 experts and leaders who gathered at a Rotary presidential conference in Ontario, Calif., to discuss issues related to resolving conflicts and reducing violence. More than 1,500 people attended the conference, the first of five hosted this year by 2015-16 Rotary President K.R. Ravindran and Foundation Trustee Chair Ray... Rotary seeks Chief Development Officer The General Manager of The Rotary Foundation/Chief Development Officer is responsible for the effective management and operations of The Rotary Foundation. Working closely with the executive management team and Rotary leadership, this position will oversee the fund development, polio eradication and partnership/sponsorship activities within the organization. The position reports to the General Secretary and will ensure that strategies are aligned to achieve the goals of The Rotary Foundation, which include annual fund development goals in excess of US$300 million dollars. The leader will... The visionaries: Young women in Peru learn to see a future for themselves From the August 2016 issue of The Rotarian It’s 3 a.m. on a Sunday, and Katheryne Rosa Barazorda Cuellar is up, preparing to work in her mother’s soup stall in the small Peruvian town of Anta, near the Inca capital of Cusco. Smart and seemingly indefatigable, she has a quick smile and infectious laugh. Rosa is studying to be a chemical engineer, and she has unmistakable talent and drive. She needs them. Poverty, gender bias, and violence darken the lives of many young Peruvian women, including her. Rosa is lucky, though. Her family supports her. And for the past four years, so has Visionaria... Grant survey shows solid support for new model More than 6,000 Rotary members in 154 countries reported on their experiences with the new grant model as part of an evaluation during the 2015-16 Rotary year. The results will help us improve the grant process and learn what impact the Foundation's global grants have on our areas of focus. Among the key findings: 90 percent of respondents support the grant model; 86 percent see it as an improvement over the former model. Grant activity and the average grant award continue to increase each year. 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