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Written by Corina Mihaela Paraschiv   
Thursday, 06 December 2007 00:06
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 North American Considerations for Rotaract

            In Rotary, zone 22-23, of which Canada and the USA is part of, currently has a growth rate of 3.72% new Rotaract Clubs per year, and Canada is second biggest in terms of club effectives, after the USA.  Being Rotary's fastest expanding youth programme, Rotaract rises new questions for the Rotaract Distrcit Representatives as to how to best support emmerging clubs as well as to help existing ones thrive.


            Building a sense of community is the main initiative Rotary Districts should undertake if it has not already been done.  The districts that would benefit most from this mandate are those where this spirit of community is lacking, often because the district covers a very wide area, sometimes even encompassing countries or areas that do not share a common language, and where it is virtually impossible for a greater sense of community to be generated without special initiatives to unite such spread-out clubs.



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