17 July 2007

Rotary Presentations

Ambassadorial Scholars are required to make a number of presentations to clubs around the area during the year abroad and once we return to our home country. Here are some action shots from the presentations I've made so far –

Powerpoint at a Sydney Inner West lunch meeting, with what looks like a little dancing, too!

The guest speaker sits at the head table with the club President and other Board members - it's just good luck that it looks like the flags are coming out of my head. [Turramurra Rotary Club]

My attentive audience at Turramurra Rotary Club.

Each Rotary Club around the world has their own club banner to exchange with other Rotarians when receiving guests or traveling – my presentations typically end with a banner exchange when I accept the club's banner and they accept a banner produced by my Rotary District in Michigan/Ontario for the scholars. At the East Sydney Rotary Club, we had some trouble with the hand-off.

From left to right: Mira, President of Randwick Rotary Club, myself holding the Randwick banner, and Richard, Randwick Rotary member, holding the District 6330 scholar banner.

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