DGE Kessler Shares Plans for 2013-14 (Aired April 26 on AM & 28 on FM, 2013)

Seated: DGE Drew Kessler. Standing: Co-hosts Jonah Triebwasser, Sarah O’Connell.

Seated: DGE Drew Kessler. Standing: Co-hosts Jonah Triebwasser, Sarah O’Connell.

District Governor Elect Drew Kessler (North Rockland Rotary) describes his vision for Rotary District 7210 during his tenure as District Governor (July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014). His emphasis will be on integrating Rotary into 21st century life. Mr. Kessler describes what he calls the “trilogy of life”: family, work, and service. Bringing the family into service events to help the younger generation recognize the rewards of service is one important way to accomplish this integration. DGE Drew Kessler also describes creative ways that many Rotary clubs can meet more conveniently for its members: cocktail clubs that would meet after a business day, early morning breakfast clubs, meetings centered solely around a service project, and eClubs for members around the world. Mr. Kessler ended his interview with heartfelt words to explain why folks should join Rotary.

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New Generations in Rotary
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