This weeks speaker was Crystal Taylor, who owns her own public relations firm in Duluth called Viva.



As a member of Club 25, Crystal volunteers to do all the social media for her club. She also teaches a cheerleading class called Cheer America, and performs with her group at the Duluth Huskies games. Today Crystal presented a power point program about telling the Rotary story through social media. Clubs can use RI's Strategic Plan and find other valuable resources on RI's website She asked us to consider when each of us became involved in Rotary. Not when we joined, but when we really became engaged in it. She paired us up to discuss this with other Rotarians, then asked a couple of volunteers to tell their story. Her story of becoming involved was when she traveled to Ethiopia to see firsthand the clean water project she had done fundraising for through her club. She asked us to consider engaging young professionals in our club by getting them involved in projects. We could update our club's Facebook page and use RI's website for help. Remember to take action and use social media to tell our club's story, connecting it to Rotary worldwide.