Convention 2007 Pictorial Review


Pictures courtesy of eClub DG Marlene Brown & Rotarian Earl Lewis, eClub President (pictured left)

June 2007 Rotary International Convention - RLI (Rotary Leadership Institute) breakfast. L. to R. - Dist. Gov. '07-'08 Marlene Brown with France's Catherine Noyer-Riveau, the first woman elected as a Rotary International Director

2007 Rotary International Convention, held in Salt Lake City at the Salt Palace

At breakfast: l to r PRIP Cliff Dochterman (author of ABC's of Rotary), Earl Lewis (President of eClub NY1), D7150 '07-'08 Governor Brown, PRIP Frank Devlyn, Mexico (author of Frank Talk) & Polio Bob

Brown & Wayne Cusak, Founder of The Paul Harris Society

RIPD Bob Coultas, PDG Brad Jenkins, Brown

Lewis, Brown, RID Eric Adamson

RID/VP-elect Mike McGovern (at podium), RID-elect Colasurdo (at table), RLI's RIPD Dave Linnett at RLI Breakfast meeting

District 7150's eClub President Earl Lewis, District Governor Marlene Brown, PDG Jerry Gortner, PDG Ward Vuillemot & June enjoying the Salt Lake Convention Plenaries

The inspiring Mormon Tabernacle Choir

The city at night

Dame Malvina enthralls the attendees (above) as does Donny Osmond! (right)

Local entertainment, a delightful flavor of the West

The amazing Utah International Children's Choir

Just a portion of the crowd of over 16,000 who filled the seats and streets of Salt Lake City

Toni McAndrew, RIPP Frank Devlyn, RIVP Mike McGovern sharing during the Plenary

RIVP Mike McGovern at the Governor's breakfast

RIPP & Trustee Chair Bhichai Rattakul at PHF luncheon

The talented Utah University Choir

R. I. President '07-'08 Wilf Wilkinson sharing

Introducing the 2008 Los Angeles Convention

R. I. President '08-'09 Dong Kurn Lee sharing

RIP Boyd with Speaker Emine Yuzay, above.

Salt Lake out our hotel room, right.


The Rotary banners hung proudly throughout Salt Lake

Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders who provide humanitarian service and help to build goodwill and peace in the world. There are 1.2 million Rotary members in 32,000 Rotary clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas,

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