The Rotary Club of Cleveland cultivates a community of informed professionals working collectively to create a positive impact through integrity, community, philanthropy and leadership.
Join us for Rotary Works! this Thursday, Aug. 13th  
Starting at 11:30 a.m. utilizing the same link for our speaker below. We will use Zoom breakout rooms, keeping each room to no more than 8 people. This is a great networking opportunity affording everyone to socialize in a small group setting, you will share business or personal success or failure stories, explain what a good referral is for your business and talk about what you or your business have done differently during the pandemic.  This will conclude at 11:55 a.m. just in time for our regularly scheduled meeting 
This Week's Meeting 
Join us 
Thursday, August 13th
12:00 Noon
Meeting ID: 963 7524 9303
Passcode: 299681
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   929 205 6099
Meeting ID: 963 7524 9303
Passcode: 299681
Margaret Mitchell
President and CEO
YWCA of Greater Cleveland 

"Racism Being Declared a Public Health Crisis" 

Margaret Mitchell is a relational leader who anticipates trends and has a proven track record of creating competitive breakthrough strategies. She communicates complex issues with vision, and purpose through her core values. She is a consistent top performer who pursues growth with energy and drive. Margaret is a strong decision maker who builds consensus and strives for personal and organizational excellence. She skillfully develops and coaches others, and is recognized for her savvy ability to build and maintain relationships with children, youth, families and people from all walks of life.

Get Involved in a Committee
This week the following committee will meet at 1:15 p.m. after our speaker (using the same zoom link as the meeting)
YOUTH SERVICE COMMITTEE: This committee develops and implements projects and programs which directly aid young people or stimulate the community’s appreciation of their worth and potential.  Committee projects include: Thesmacher High School Recognition Day/New Generations Conference;  R.Y.L.A. (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) Program; Achievement Centers for Children; and provide scholarships through College Now scholarship program.
YOUTH SERVICE SUB COMMITTEE ROJECT YESS: Project YESS (Youth Empowered to Succeed through Sailing) is the legacy project of the 2010 and 2013 Cleveland Tall Ships Festivals which we were Port Organizer for.  This committee reaches out to students age 14-17 to help provide direction, develop courage, confidence and community leadership and to open student’s eyes to unique career opportunities that exist in the Great Lakes Region.  Project YESS students develop teamwork, leadership, safety and navigational skills during an extraordinary  land-based curriculum. Graduates then sail away aboard a tall ship, where they apply the skills that they have learned. 
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Service Above Self At Home
What are you doing in your community during these unprecedented times? Since we are currently unable to volunteer in large groups, we are looking for ways to connect and share in activities that our members are participating in on their own.   Please feel free to invite a Rotary buddy to your next activity if you feel comfortable doing so.  Together we can continue to do good things in the community even while we are still apart.
Upcoming Speakers
Aug 13, 2020
CEO YWCA - Racism declared a Public Health crisis
Aug 20, 2020
Improbable Players
Aug 27, 2020
Idea Stream
Sep 03, 2020
"Because I Said I Would"
Sep 10, 2020
Cleveland Community Police Commission
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