Posted by Eric Gladhill on Sep 23, 2019
Club member John Kramb recently attended the 2019 Rotary Zone 24-32 Institute in Niagara Falls, Ontario.  The institute is structured to train current district leaders, future district leaders, and aspiring leaders in the workings  and expectations of Rotary.  It also devotes a large amount of time to motivate Rotarians to consider new models of being a Rotarian, and of running a Rotary club.
"Rotary is moving away from the model of meetings which consist of meals and speeches, and focusing more on service in our community and in the world," stated Kramb.  "There is continuing emphasis on organizing club meetings in order to engage young professionals in Rotary, and in making available more leadership opportunities for women and young people."
Zone 24-32 encompasses the Eastern half of Pennsylvania and New York, New Jersey, the New England States, Canada, Alaska, Bermuda, and parts of Michigan.