"The e-Sunriser"

Arlington Sunrise Rotary's weekly on-line newsletter

P.O. Box 387   Arlington, Texas 76004-0387         Telephone 817-633-1645   www.arlingtonsunriserotary.com
Friday, March 30, 2018
This week's Program:

"The Four Way Test Speech Contest"
 
  
Participants in this morning's 
Four Way Test Speech contest.
     From the earliest days of the organization, Rotarians were concerned with promoting high ethical standards in their professional lives. One of the world's most widely printed and quoted statements of   business ethics is The 4-Way Test, which was created in 1932 by Rotarian Herbert J. Taylor (who later served as RI president) when he was asked to take charge of a company that was facing   bankruptcy.

    This 24-word test for employees to follow in their business and professional lives became the guide for sales, production, advertising, and all relations with dealers and customers, and the survival of the company is credited to this simple philosophy. Adopted by Rotary in 1943, 

     The 4-Way Test has been translated into more than a hundred languages and published in thousands of ways and how our club closes each meeting. 

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FUTURE PROGRAMS 
 
April 6               Ronnie Price, Arlington CVB - Texas Rangers Golf Course

April 13             Via - Arlington's new Rideshare

April 20             Grace Whetstone - Miracle League

April 27             Off-site meeting at Thornton Elementary

May 4                Professors of the Year Award Presentations - Tarrant County College

May 11              Professors of the Year Award Presentations - University of Texas at
                                     Arlington 

May 18              The Dump

May 25              Scholarship Presentations


Bring a Guest to these Meetings!

     One of the best ways to show prospective new members what Rotary is all about is to invite them to one of our meetings. And if you would like to see a particular speaker or find out more about a particular topic, let Will Ross know - reach him at  rosswill@sbcglobal.net.
GREETERS SCHEDULE

April 6                Sallie Moore (1), Eli Gross (2), Michael Veader, Bill Verkest, and
                                         William Van Sickler

April 13              Bryan Acosta (1), Sallie Moore (2), Andrew Walley , Alan Walter,
                                         and Chris Wade

April 20              Joel Webb (1), Bryan Acosta (2), Steve Willey, Cindy Wright

April 27              Samir Ahuja (1), Henry Armstrong (2), Rob Asplet

(1) Prayer & Pledge,  (2) Introduce Visiting Rotarians and Guests 
 
THE FINE PROGRAM SCHEDULE

April 6              Kelly Curnutt

April 13            Kevin Barlow

April 20            Sam Thomas

April 27            Cindy Wright
THE MEMBERSHIP MINUTE SCHEDULE 
 
April 6                Dwayne Lee

April 13             Colby Van Sickler

April 20             David Berg

April 27             Shane Ferrell
SUNRISE ROTARY ADDS ANOTHER TO ITS RANKS




     Congratulations and welcome to Sunrise Rotary's newest member, Sallie Moore (c), upon being inducted into membership this morning. With her are President Steve Dixon (l) and her sponsor, Will Ross (r).
NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION

     A new member orientation has been scheduled for Saturday, March 31 at 8:00 a.m. at Southern Flair Photography, 2214 W. Park Row.

      Everyone who has joined the Arlington Sunrise Rotary Club since July 1, 2017 is highly encouraged to attend, but especially those who still have their Red Badge. 

     Of course, anyone who would like to know more about our Club is invited,as well.

     There will be up to five presenters and plans are to be done by 9:00 a.m. For more information or if you have any questions, please contact Membership Director Don Ferrell at 817-401-2500.
PLANT A TREE AND SEND US A PHOTO OF YOUR WORK
 
George Coker planted a tree and sent us a picture. When will you do the same?
     One of RI President Ian Riseley has announced that he would like each and every Rotarian to plant a tree this year. It doesn't matter what kind of tree, or how big it is! Just plant a tree.

     Can you imagine the impact this would have on the world? If all 1.3 Million Rotarians plant a tree, the world will benefit from having Mother Nature help cleanse the air, create more oxygen, and beautify the Earth.

    You van purchase a quality tree by going to COSTCO. They have trees for less than $18! 

     This time of year is great for planting trees, plus we would like our Club to be one of the first to be 100% in participation. We do have a few members who have offered to plant your tree for you if you need assistance.

      We need to have this project completed by April 22, 2018. 

     After you have planted your tree, please take a photo of you and your tree and send it to Dwayne Lee, Director of Administration. Please email the photo to:
southernflair@sbcglobal.net.
UPCOMING ROTARY EVENTS
 
March 31             New Member Orientation @ Southern Flair Photography, 8 - 9 a.m.

April 10                Chamber of Commerce "Business Over Breakfast" (BOB)

April 21-22          Sunrise Rotary "New" Board Retreat
 
April 28               Adoption Awareness Picnic, Fielder Church

May 5                  Blue Collar Olympics (See Mark Cloud)

May 6                  Flag Program Workday - ALL HANDS ON DECK! 2 p.m. @ Colors                                               Carpet! NOTE THE DATE CHANGE!

May 11 - 13         Highland Games, Decatur, TX

May 12                Highlands Rotary "Casino Night" fundraiser
 
May 19-20           District Conference, DFW Hyatt

May 26                Flag Day - Memorial Day - Display at 6:00 a.m.

May 29                Flag Day - Memorial Day - Pick up at 6:00 p.m.

June 14               Flag Day - Flag Day - Display at 6 a.m., Pick up at 6 p.m.

Ways to do a "Make-up"
  1. Go to: https://www.rotaryeclubone.org/programs.htm and watch a video or read an article.
  2. Attend a Sunrise Rotary social event. (Christmas party and other Sunrise social gatherings)
  3. Work on a Sunrise Rotary project (flags,PhasedIn, Blood drive, Highland games, etc.)
  4. Attend a Sunrise Rotary Board meeting. (1st Tuesday, 7:00 a.m., David's BBQ)
  5. If you're in a travel status, get the Rotary Club Finder app for your smartphone and find a Club in/near the town you are visiting - even outside of the United States!
  6. Attend another local Rotary Club meeting. There are seven other Rotary Clubs in Arlington that you can make up at. Here's a list of them:
    • Arlington North Rotary, Monday at Noon, Texas Land & Cattle, N. Arlington
    • Arlington West Rotary, Tuesday at Noon, Shady Valley Golf Club
    • Arlington Highlands Rotary, Tuesday at 6 p.m., Dave & Busters in the                            Arlington Highlands
    • Arlington Sunset Rotary, Tuesday at 6 p.m., J. Gilligan's on E. Abram
    • Arlington Rotary, Thursday at Noon, 1st United Methodist Church
    • Arlington Great Southwest Rotary, Thursday at 6 p.m., Humperdink's @                        Six Flags
    • Arlington South Rotary, Friday at Noon, Spring Creek BBQ, S. Cooper
Here's the catch:

     You literally have a whole month in order to work your "make up" into your busy schedule - within 2 weeks prior to the meeting you will miss and within 2 weeks after the meeting you miss.

So you see, there really is no valid excuse  for you not having PERFECT ATTENDANCE.
 
 But there is one major step to ensure your make-up is validated - you must report it to Club Secretary Sheri Hall at  sherilhall@gmail.com.

ARLINGTON SUNRISE ROTARY
BOARD OF DIRECTORS, 2017-2018

 President                                     Steve Dixon
 President Elect                         Shane Ferrell
Secretary                                        Sheri Hall
Treasurer                             Jonathan Januta
Membership                                 Don Ferrell
 Sargent-at-Arms                     James Watson
Administration                            Dwayne Lee
Community Services 1             Sam Thomas
 Community Services 2                 Alan Walter
Youth Services                             Mark Cloud
Vocational Services                  Kevin Barlow
Foundation                                       Chip May
International Services                 Samir Ahuja
Special Programs                       Cindy Wright



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