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Mission Statement: 
To stimulate clubs in our district to elevate discussion of the Rotary Four-Way Test to the community level.
 
Clubs visitors are inspired by the Four-Way Test. It sets Rotary apart from other service clubs and sparks their interest in joining Rotary clubs. Our district ethics committee created this video as a tool to document ways our district clubs are elevating the Rotary Four-Way Test to the community level and into members’ personal lives and work.
 
The ethics team is eager to support your local efforts. You can show the video yourself or invite one of the volunteers listed below to host the video and facilitate discussion at local clubs’ meetings.
 
Sample video discussion questions:
 
  • How does this video impact you?
  • What ideas do you have for how to build your club by elevating the Rotary Four-Way Test to the community level and use it in your personal life and work?
 
Video Host Volunteers: Marlene Gargulak, Jim Hart, Ellen Luepker, Patricia McCleese, Ed Marek, Paul Perez, and Al Zdrazil.
 
The trailer and the video are posted below. Please share with your club and on your website and in social media to stimulate new ideas for elevating the Four-Way Test to the community level.
 
Elevating the Four-Way Test in Your Community
 
Reference Materials
 
Rules, forms and agreements that can help your Rotary Club Elevate the Four-Way Test in your community include:
 
· For information on how to present high school student ethics workshops, also feel free to contact either Eagan Rotary (www.EaganRotary.org) or Northfield Rotary (www.NorthfieldRotary.org).
 
For further questions about growing your club by elevating the Rotary Four-Way Test to the community level, contact the district 5960 ethics committee: Rotary5960ethics@gmail.com.