Rotary@105: April 24th - Donald M. Carter Day • PAULx
In April of 1906, Donald M. Carter was approached by Fredrick Tweed, a new Rotarian, and encouraged to join. Carter was interested and asked about the objectives of the club. When told of the two stated purposes of Rotary and shown the newly created Club Constitution, he declined and said that a club should have a higher ideal, some 'civic' purpose. Tweed then suggested that Carter join and propose the new purpose to the club.Continue reading →