Wed March 17th Zoom Meeting - St. Patrick's Day hosted by Angie 

Celebrate St. Patricks Day!

Everything Irish - videos and songs 

Toast “Slainte” to St. Patrick's Day - Bring a Guinness or your prefer beverage  

Irish trivia “Ireland at a glance” quiz (multiple-choice), Trivia Prize: a bottle of Jameson Irish whiskey 

**** bring your total points from Valentine’s Day to be added to the games today.

Zoom online Meeting 12 noon to 1:15pm 

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Living the Dreams
During the interview with Rotary magazine, Rotary International Elect Shekhar Mehta mentions dreaming no fewer than a dozen times. Dreams about repairing broken hearts. About eradicating polio from the world. About reaching a 95 percent literacy rate by 2026 in India, a country where 1 in 4 people can’t read.
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"Dreams have to be big enough for people to be motivated to achieve them," he says. "Gandhi once said that if you find the goal, the means will come. That’s how it’s been my whole Rotary life."
Mehta grew up in a home committed to service; both of his parents were members of Lions Clubs International. He joined Rotary when he was 25 years old, he was quickly tapped to take on additional roles within Rotary — his motto being that if somebody asked, he would say yes. Mehta, who values the contributions of a team, would then enlist others to help.That exemplifies his ability not only to dream big, but to get things done.

"A Rotarian is a volunteer, and being a volunteer means yes, I want to do something."

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March 10th Meeting Recap
On Wednesday, March 10th, the Richmond Rotary Club met with Ray Wang, a Digital Marketing expert living in Richmond, BC.
Ray launched RW Digital Marketing in 2019, and his new business earned him a finalist spot for the Richmond Chamber of Commerce's New Business of the Year Award in 2020.
Ray gave Rotarians a crash course in the intricacies of digital marketing including google ads; SEO; paid ads; google analytics; text analytics; and PR influencers. 
If you run a small or medium sized business, you need to understand the ins and outs of digital marketing. According to Ray's presentation, to effectively market a business digitally requires a whole new set of tools in your marketing tool box, and allocating the appropriate business resources into digital marketing is critical to success (paid ads; search engine optimization and key word placement).
As a number of Rotarians are small business owners, they were keenly interested to hear from Ray how to expand the reach of their business, and what is required to effectively digitally market a company in 2021. 
If you're interested in learning more about Ray and his digital marketing agency, please visit: 
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The Rotaract Club of Tugon-rescue, Phipplines partnered with members of ARMY Bavanihan, a charity organization led by BTS fans to deliver 2.2 tons of rice and sweet potatoes to 100 bus drivers, 210 pedicab drivers and homes serving 460 elderly people.

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