Sergeant-At-Arms Appointed

I am pleased to announce that Philip Merritt has kindly accepted an appointment as our ROSNF Sergeant-At-Arms.

He’ll be sending gentle reminders when the 4 Way Test is not observed when posting.

If you see something posted on any of the ROSNF forums, be it here, on Facebook or on LinkedIn, which you find concerning and would like to see addressed, please let Philip know.

Thank you Philip!

Sergeant At Arms Appointed

I am pleased to announce that Philip Merritt has kindly accepted an appointment as our ROSNF Sergeant-At-Arms.

He’ll be sending gentle reminders when the 4 Way Test is not observed when posting.

If you see something posted on any of the ROSNF forums, be it here, on Facebook or on LinkedIn, which you find concerning and would like to see addressed, please let Philip know.

Thank you Philip!

Member of the Month

Announcing a new member of the month award!

Starting in February 2011, the ROSNF board is recognising each month a member who has made an excellent contribution to ROSNF.

Our first member of the month is Annamaria Tari, who has done a fantastic job of promoting ROSNF in her district (1911, Hungary), very quickly after joining our fellowship.

A record of all Members of the Month will be kept in our Recognitions & Achievements area.

Congratulations Annamaria! Please feel free to submit nominations for future Member of the Month recipients to any board member.

Social Media Webinars

Rotary International have organised 2 social media webinars, on February 2nd and 9th.

Two ROSNF board members will be panelists:

Learn more or register for a webinar.

UPDATE

The recording of both webinars are now available:

The following PDFs are also available:

Nearly there!

This site is nearly ready to go – just some graphic tweaks and decisions to be made about categories, and it can officially be launched as a live site!

It is now open to the ROSNF members for testing out and feedback. Once they are all in and give it the thumbs up, we’ll be good to go 🙂

Hello world!

We’re setting up a new website in Word Press, to enable better interactivity between the committees and members in general.