MUNSTER | Just last week, District Governor Christina Dougherty took time from her busy schedule to meet with the Munster Rotary to discuss emerging strategies and national trends.
"We need to look at our clubs as we look at our tools," said Dougherty. "How can you grow and support your club by bring opportunity and enthusiasm to your community."
Dougherty addressed issues such as membership, the decline in national numbers and the power of dedication and commitment to making a difference in each community all over the world. She met with the board of directors prior to the regularly scheduled meeting, in which she addressed all in attendance.
"I love to solve problems and challenges," said Dougherty. "To date my greatest challenges have been delivering my children, teaching junior high, auditioning in New York and graduating from Northwestern. I enjoy the opportunity to discuss and making our members happy and keeping them happy for the greater good."
Dougherty pointed to the fact that Rotary is about service and their is no greater fulfillment than that of feeling as one has made a difference.