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President Shawn’s Rotary Roundabout Episode 1 July 16, 2018

Posted by shawnpci in Change Leadership, Club 27, Good Stuff to Share, Rotary, Rotary Club of Des Moines Iowa, Rotary District 6000, Rotary International.

Hello Fellow Rotarians and Friends:

I’m stepping out a bit here as I begin my year of service as president of Club 27, the Rotary Club of Des Moines, Iowa.

One of my goals as president it to be intentional about promoting what our Club does and its value to the greater Des Moines community and world beyond.  Thus, I hatched this idea of creating a podcast as a different way of approaching this goal.

I’m no expert and I don’t profess to know all there is about my I-Mac’s GarageBand software, but bear with me.  I’m sure that I’ll learn as I go.

Let me know what you think about how I might improve this effort or what topics and subjects you’d like me to cover.

Thanks for listening!


intro and outro music:  KANSAS:  Questions of my Childhood; LEFTOVERTURE, Kirschner Records, 1976 (c)


1. Jim Vickery - July 17, 2018

Excellent start and especially good to know about this week’s speaker. Suggest a promotion article about the upcoming week’s speaker in our weekly online bulletin, it was done in the past as a feature and helped build interest and attendance.

Also, membership should be number one club objective per article in August Rotarian. We are down again in membership. Nuf sed.

2. Jessica Reinert - July 30, 2018

Great commentary, Shawn. Looking forward to listening to your upcoming episodes!

3. john tone - November 29, 2018

Shawn – Your podcasts are a great way to get up to date on what is going on in our Des Moines Rotary world!

shawnpci - November 29, 2018

Thanks, John! Please keep listening and pass along freely!!

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