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Page 12: Rotary International logo and motto: "He profits most who serves the best". Page 13: "The Spirit of Rotary": Quotes from Rotary leaders.
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Title: The Spirit Of Rotary
From: Care Of The Crippled Child
Original caption: Rotary International
"He profits most who serves the best"
The Spirit of Rotary
"I have long been thinking that it is quite possible that the Ohio Clubs have opened up the biggest opportunity available to Rotary"
-- Paul Harris (1920)
(Founder of Rotary International)
"We live but one life; we get nothing out of that life except by putting something into it. To relieve suffering, to help the unfortunate, to do kind acts and deeds is, after all, the one sure way to secure happiness or to achieve real success. Your life and mine shall be valued not by what we take. . .but what we give. . ."
-- Edgar F. Allen (1914)
"There is no greater field of effort and opportunity for benefitting humanity than by the care, cure, and education of Crippled Children"
-- Rotary -- District 10 (1920)
(A Conference Resolution)
"If you don't care who gets the credit, you can do anything"
Jane Weil
(Worker for Illinois Rotarians)
Creator: n/a
Date: 1973
Format: Pamphlet
Publisher: Elyria Rotary Club
Source: Elyria Rotary Archives
Location: pp.12-13
Keywords: Accident; Advocacy; Care Givers; Charity; Children; Cripple; Easter Seals; Edgar Allen; Elyria Memorial Hospital; Fundraising; Hospitals; Illinois; Institutions; Medical Professionals; Medicine; Ohio; Parenting; Philanthropy; Physical Disability; Poverty; Rotary Club; Service Organizations; Society For Crippled Children
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy

Objects From This Artifact:
- Care Of The Crippled Child (doc)
- Care Of The Crippled Child, Front And Back Covers (still)
- Care Of The Crippled Child, Frontispiece (still)
- How It Began (still)
- Many Helped! (still)
- Medical Care (still)
- The Program Today (still)
- The Spirit Of Rotary (still)
- Why Rotary? (still)
- Why Rotary? (Continued) (still)