Oh the things you can do … On our new website!! Take a look and prowl around. You will be amazed at all that’s there, and it continues to build. Thanks to the very hard work of Paul Andrus and Lisa Stambaugh of Collective Discovery, we have a beautiful, interesting, and very functional website! And kudos to all who helped with this process, from Don Cole who has make the fiscal part work, to many others who provided content and guidance! As was pointed out in our club program on the website, it very much reflects the history and personality of Niles Rotary.
Want to pay your quarterly lunch invoice quickly and easily? Just go to the Members section, log into Clubrunner (our “office” behind the website), find and click on “My Billing and Account Balance” and voila, your invoice is right there ready to pay. A few clicks and you’re done! We will be able to pay our club dues in that fashion.
To register and pay for some of our club events, just click on the Register tab for the event. We registered Rotarians online for the Wine Steward event held April 24. Register for the District Conference, and other events as they are scheduled. There are quick links to Rotary International, the District, or Club Finder where we can easily find another Rotary club meeting to attend. On the front page, who are the people in the Meet Our Members section? And what do you learn when you click on their photos? Very interesting stuff! This changes every two months featuring prominent members, new members and members that have passed on (featured in B&W).
The History page now includes the texts of our two Twenty Five year history books, short articles on the years from 1988-2007, a list of our Niles Rotary club presidents from 1937 to date. There are pages with summaries of our local and international service projects, with some videos of those. The photo gallery links to our Niles Rotary Shutterfly page where our photos reside. On the News/Blog page, you can read about our Niles Community Park cleanup project minutes after it was completed (thank you Paul). Or, find back issues of the Pinion. And so much more … This is a fabulous tool for our club and our members!! Thank you everyone who made it happen. Sandi Pantages