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 Rotary eClub One Executives and DG Sandy Mortensen of District 5450 at the RI Convention in Toronto, Canada.

L-R: Eyo Effiong (President, eClub One), Sandy Mortensen (District Governor, District 5450), 'Buchi Akpeh (Immediate Past President, eClub One)


Dr. Dieter Brodehl, a Rotarian since 2005, studied Medicine at the University of Frankfurt and the University of Mainz, with a specialization in Ophthalmology. In 1990 Dr. Dieter Brodehl became one of Germany’s first laser surgeons, and in 1997 Dieter integrated orthomolecular medicine into his practice - a method of healing and treating a disease with micro-nutritions.

Dr. Dieter’s passion for orthomolecular medicine resulted in a start-up, a vitamin company focused on vitamins for the eyes, with a parallel vision of launching the “VisionProtect” charity organization to support people in less privileged communities in the world, with free eye health educational materials and training, vitamins, free clip-ons with UV-A, UV- B and blue light blocking glasses. 

CONGRATULATIONS!! Dr. Dieter Brodehl, Rotary eClub One’s Rotarian of the week.


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RI Presidential Message 2018

Ian H.S. Riseley - Rotary International President-elect 2016-17

Barry Rassin

President 2018-19

July 2018

One year ago, your Rotary International Board of Directors adopted a new vision statement, reflecting our aspirations for our organization and its future. It reads, “Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.”

That simple sentence distills so much of what is essential about Rotary. We unite, because we know that we are far stronger together than we could ever be alone. We take action, because we are not dreamers, but doers. We work to create lasting change that will endure long after our involvement has ended – across the globe and in our communities. And perhaps most important of all, we work to create change in ourselves – not just building a better world around us, but becoming better people ourselves.

A quotation attributed to French writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry goes: “If you want to build a boat, don’t begin by collecting wood, cutting boards, or assigning tasks. Begin by awakening in the souls of your workers a longing for the vast and boundless sea.” Each of us came to Rotary because we had a longing – to have an impact, to make a difference, to be part of something larger than ourselves. That desire, that vision for a better world and our role in building it, is what drives us in Rotary. It’s what made us become members, it’s what motivates us to serve, and it’s what led me to choose our theme for this Rotary year: Be the Inspiration.

I want to see Rotary Be the Inspiration for our communities by doing work with a transformational impact. It’s time to start moving forward, by removing the barriers that are holding us back. Let’s make it easier to make adjustments in our clubs or start new clubs that suit different needs. Let’s work to strengthen Rotaract and smooth the transition from Rotaract clubs into Rotary. Let’s give all Rotarians the flexibility to serve in the ways that work best for them, so that every Rotarian finds enduring value in Rotary membership.

Truly sustainable service, the kind of service we strive for in Rotary, means looking at everything we do as part of a larger global ecology. This year, I ask all of you to Be the Inspiration for sustainable service by addressing the impact of environmental issues on our work. The environment plays a key role in all six of our areas of focus, and that role is only becoming greater as the impact of climate change unfolds. It’s time to move past seeing the environment as somehow separate from those six areas. Clean air, water, and land are essential for healthy communities – and essential for the better, healthier future we strive for.

Be the Inspiration – and together we can, and we will, inspire the world.

February 23, 2019 ......World Rotary Day (#WRD)

        February 23, 2019         ......World Rotary Day (#WRD)

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