By Rotary International From the April 2016 issue of The Rotarian
He should have been thrilled. Carl Sanders had joined Rotary to be of service, and now, even though he was a relatively new member of the Rotary Club of Kenosha, Wis., he had an opportunity. A well-respected member called to ask Sanders to take over as sergeant-at-arms. He explained that the position involved preparing meetings, introducing guest speakers, and reading announcements. “So you’ll do it?” he asked. “I, uh, um … ” Sanders panicked. “Let me think about it,” he said, hanging up quickly.
Sanders had built a prosperous painting business. He… …read more