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      • "Why did Rotary come into being in the year of our Lord 1905? Social movements, like individuals, are subject to the laws of heredity and environment. Rotary inherited the growing spirit of tolerance and the “I WILL” spirit of Chicago, the incorporeal hereditaments of many generations. No president or officer of Rotary International, no district governor, no club president has failed to leave his imprint, and as the individual member is in turn the product of heredity as well as environment, it is necessary to look far back into history to find the Why of the rise of Rotary in Chicago in 1905." Page 254 "This Rotarian Age" 1935, Paul P. Harris.

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As an effort to serve others, RGHF offers history training for Rotary leaders. The fellowship accumulates and preserves the complete history, values, and philosophy of the Rotary movement, as well as encourages others to do the same at every level of the Rotary movement, and publishes those histories, values, and philosophies on the internet, as well as other forms of media as expedient.   17 March 2003, amended 20 December 2007, 8 October 2008, and 12 September 2010, Rotary Global History Fellowship Board

 

RGHF provides grants to deserving history organizations that serve all of Rotary. These grants will be presented annually at Rotary International Conventions and will be called “Rotary Global History Fellowship Grants.” These Grants are made possible by the contributions from supporters and RGHF members. Grants are through our Donor Advised Fund with TRF.

 
 
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