Presidents’ Themes

 

Stone

Rotary Year

RI President/
(Pres- Home Club)
Theme
Theme
Graphic
1910
Stone
None

None

1910-11
None

None

1911-12
None

None

1912-13
Stone
None

None

1913-14
None

None

1914-15
None

None

1915-16
None

None

1916-17
None

None

1917-18
None

None

1918-19
None

None

1919-20
Stone
None

None

1920-21
None

None

1921-22
None

None

1922-23
None

None

1923-24
None

None

1924-25
None

None

1925-26
None

None

1926-27
None

None

1927-28
None

None

1928-29
None

None

1929-30
None

None

1930-31
None

None

1931-32
None

None

1932-33
None

None

1933-34
None

None

1934-35
None

None

1935-36
None

None

1936-37
None

None

1937-38
None

None

1938-39
None

None

1939-40
None

None

1940-41
None

None

1941-42
None

None

1942-43
None

None

1943-44

None

None

1944-45
None

None

1945-46
None

None

1946-47
None

None

1947-48
Enter to Learn, go forth to serve.

None

1948-49
None

None

1949-50
Objectives of Our Team for 1949-50: 1. Each new member admitted into a Rotary club to be adequately informed about his duties and obligations BEFORE his induction — properly introduced to the club — and effectively assimilated into the work of the club during the first year; 2. A better understanding and application of the principles of Vocational Service as set forth in SERVICE IS MY BUSINESS; 3. A contribution to world understanding and peace through an intensification of our international service program; 4. An outstanding district conference in every district.
1950-51
Goals for 1950-51: 1. In club service we must beget our heirs; 2. in vocational service honesty is still the best policy; 3. In community service we can plan for the future; 4. In international service we must reexamine our world; 5. And finally we can extend the influence of Rotary.
1951-52
Stone
Frank E. Spain
(Greensboro (Birmingham), Alabama, USA)
None

None

1952-53
H.J. Brunnier
(San Francisco,California, USA)
None

None

1953-54
Rotary is Hope in Action
1954-55
Stone
Six Objectives
for 1954-55:
1. glean from the past and act;
2. share with others;
3. build with Rotary’s 4-Way Test;
4. serving youth;
5. international good will; 6. good Rotarians are good citizens.
1955-56
A. Z. Baker
(Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
Develop our Resources
1956-57
3 Targets 1956-57:
1. Keep Rotary simple; 2. More Rotary in Rotarians;
3. Learn More About Each Other
1957-58
Enlist-Extend-Explore-Serve
1958-59
Help Shape the Future
1959-60
Vislize! Personalize! Build Bridges of Friendship
1960-61
You are Rotary — Live It! Express It! Expand It!
1961-62
Act
Aim for Action
Communicate for Understanding
Test for Leadership
1962-63
Kindle the Spark Within
1963-64
Stone
Meeting Rotary’s Challenge in the Space Age
1964-65
Live Rotary
1965-66
Action, Consolidation and Continuity
1966-67
A Better World Through Rotary
1967-68
Make Your Rotary Membership Effective
1968-69
Stone
Participate!
1969-70
Review and Renew
1970-71
Bridge the Gaps
1971-72
Good Will Begins With You
1972-73
Roy D. Hickman
(Birmingham,Alabama, USA)
Let’s Take a New Look — And Act
1973-74
William C. Carter
(Old Windsor, Berkshire, England)
A Time for Action
1974-75
Stone
Renew the Spirit of Rotary
1975-76
To Dignify the Human Being
1976-77
I Believe in Rotary
1977-78
Serve to Unite Mankind
1978-79
Reach Out
1979-80
Stone
Let Service Light the Way
1980-81
Take Time to Serve
1981-82
World Understanding and Peace Through Rotary
1982-83
Mankind is One — Build Bridges of Friendship Throughout the World
1983-84
Share Rotary — Serve People
1984-85
Discover a New World of Service
1985-86
You are the Key
1986-87
Rotary Brings Hope
1987-88
Rotarians — United in Service- Dedicated to Peace
1988-89
Royce Abbey
(Melbourne, Vic. Australia)
Put Life into Rotary — Your Life
1989-90
Enjoy Rotary!
1990-91
Honor Rotary with Faith and Enthusiasm
1991-92
Stone
Look Beyond Yourself
1992-93
Real Happiness is Helping Others
1993-94
Believe in What You Do — Do What You Believe in
1994-95
Stone
Be a Friend
1995-96
Act with Integrity
Serve with Love
Work for Peace
1996-97
Build the Future with Action and Vision
1997-98
Glen W. Kinross
(Hamilton, Qld, Australia)
Show Rotary Cares for your community for our world for its people
1998-99
Follow Your Rotary Dream
1999-00
Rotary 2000: Act with Consistency, Credibility, Continuity
2000-01
Create Awareness Take Action

2001-02

Mankind is Our Business
2002-03
Sow the Seeds of Love
2003-04
Jonathan B. Majiyagbe
(Kano, Kano State, Nigeria)
Lend a Hand
2004-05
Glenn E. Estess, Sr.
(Shades Valley, Ala., USA)
Celebrate Rotary
2005-06
Carl-Wilhelm Stenhammar
(Goteborg, Sweden)
Service Above Self
2006-07
William Boyd
(Pakuranga, New Zealand)

Lead the Way

2007-08
Wilfrid J. Wilkinson
(Trenton, Ontario, Canada)
Rotary Shares

2008-09

Dong Kurn Lee
(Seoul, Korea)
Make Dreams Real

2009-10

John Kenny
(Grangemouth, Central, Scotland)
The Future of Rotary is in Your Hands

2010-11

Ray Klinginsmith
(Kirksville, Missouri, USA)
Building Communities – Bridging Continents

2011-12

Kalyan Banerjee
(Vapi, Gujarat, India)
Reach Within to Embrace Humanity 2011/12

2012-13

Sakuji Tanaka
(Yashio, Saitama, Japan)
Peace Through Service

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