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"There’s a disconnect between what we do at Rotary International – and do really well – and what Rotary clubs are doing. I’d like to bridge that gap. One of our strategic priorities is strengthening clubs, which involves things like membership and Foundation giving."
"I would never get rid of our Four-Way Test. I would never get rid of vocational service. Some of the traditions from weekly club meetings could go. I don’t think there’s a need to be that formal in a club meeting anymore. But when you look at core values or ethics or classifications, those are things that have to stay with us."
Meet Barry Rassin, Rotary International's 2017-2018 President-elect. In this interview Barry shares some of the challenges facing the organization in order to remain relevant in a fast changing world.  To read the entire interview visit: