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RID Jessie Harman —

Welcome to a new Rotary year and our new-look ‘Rotary on the Move’.

Article by RID Jessie Harman.

Welcome to a new Rotary year and our new-look ‘Rotary on the Move’.

We’re excited about our new regional newsletter. We’ve expanded its focus so that you can get all your tips, hints and best practice in one place – whether it’s to do with Rotary’s Foundation, Rotary Public Image or Membership.

We’ve changed the format to digital so that you can view it on any device at any time. You can scan a heading or read an article in full. You can click on ‘Show All’ (in the index to the left) to get the full magazine effect. You can feel good, knowing it’s better for the environment.

We’ve also added new functionality. You can click on the index tabs to choose the stories that interest you and you can push individual stories to your social media platforms – spreading our Rotary news even further.

But rest assured, not everything is changing. We’re still committed to sharing best practices, stories and opinions from our clubs. Our editorial team, led by Issa Shalhoub remains the same. Most importantly, we remain true to the fundamental principle of Rotary on the Move – to support clubs and districts create a thriving future for Rotary in our zone.

And on a final note – we’d like to say ‘thank you’ to Tim Moore. Lots of people have contributed to Rotary on the Move over many years, but none more so than Tim Moore. Tim has contributed articles in his capacity as Assistant Rotary Coordinator and Rotary Coordinator for Zone 8 and for the last two years he has managed the distribution of the newsletter.
As we move to this new digital version of Rotary on the Move we take this opportunity to thank Tim for his wonderful contribution over many years and wish him all the very best for the future.