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September 21 – 6 PM EDT
How to plan a virtual World Polio Day event
When Rotary and its partners launched the Global Polio Eradication Initiative in 1988, there were 350,000 cases of polio in 125 countries every year. We’ve made great progress against the disease since then. Today, polio cases have been reduced by 99.9 percent, and just two countries continue to report cases of wild poliovirus: Afghanistan and Pakistan. And we remain committed to the end.
Every year on October 24, Rotarians around the world recognize World Polio Day as a way to highlight the efforts made to eradicate this disease and encourage others to join us in our fight.
The Rotary Zone 34 Public Image team is thrilled to have Past Rotary International President John Germ join us to discuss why it is so important for Rotarians to share the story of Rotary’s role in our quest to drop to zero.
Zone 34 Assistant Rotary Public Image Coordinators William Inniss and Kim Walden will share ideas and resources that your club and district can leverage to put together a successful event despite the challenging circumstances with the COVID pandemic.
Learn how to use Canva to create engaging content
If you have attended ANY of the Zone 34 webinars, you know we are big fans of Canva. Our team uses Canva to create most of the graphics, emails, slide decks, animations, and social posts needed to do our job.
Canva is chock full of template ideas, free clip art and images, plus you can load all of the Rotary logos and the Rotary color palette to make sure your creative stays on brand.
In this session, Zone 34 Assistant Rotary Public Image Coordinator Kelsey Mitchell is joined by Rotary 6990 District Public Image Chair Barbara Gobbi to teach you the basics, in addition to tips and tricks for the more seasoned Canva users.
Meet the Zone 34 Public Image Team
This webinar is for anyone that wants to learn more about public image and the resources the Zone 34 Public Image team provides. The target audience for this webinar is PI chairs but all are welcome, everyone is responsible for public image! This page will be updated with a link to the webinar notes and a link to the recording the day after the webinar.