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New Member Classification Talks

August 11, 2021 @ 7:30 am - 8:30 am

This week we will learn all about Shoreline Rotary new members Mike Guild and Jim Pullin or at least the secrets they are willing to share.  The classification talk is traditionally used to acquaint Rotarians with a member’s profession and learn more about their personal and family life and why they made the choice to join Rotary.

By way of background, when a lawyer named Paul Harris, a coal dealer, a mining engineer, and a merchant tailor first met in l905 in Chicago, they gave birth to Rotary and, by the nature of
their diverse occupations, to the association’s most distinctive feature – the classification principle. Today, the classification principle, though modified, remains a cornerstone of Rotary. Upon joining Rotary, you are lent a classification by the Board of Directors to reflect your occupation or primary source of income.
By limiting active membership by classifications, each club becomes a cross-section of the business and professional life of the community it serves.
Another benefit of the classification system is that representatives of many fields are
brought together, providing the opportunity for Rotarians to broaden their knowledge
of the contemporary workplace. This, in turn, enables Rotarians to fulfill one of the
basic obligations of vocational service – recognizing the worthiness to society of all
useful occupations.

Lets welcome new Member Mike Guild

and Jim Pullin

Meeting ID: 896 9854 5411
Passcode: 255516

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August 11, 2021
7:30 am - 8:30 am


Meeting ID: 896 9854 5411 Passcode: 255516
16101 Greenwood Ave N.
Shoreline, WA 98133 United States
(000) 000-0000