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One can invest in stocks and precious metals, from any part of the world

 

 

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“Our Foundation Newsletter” was created 1 March 2001 by RGHF (Rotary Global History) Founding Member, Past Rotary Foundation Coordinator, and RGHF director emeritus PDG Dr. Eddie Blender and is now edited by Past RGHF chair Calum Thomson, Scotland.

It is not just newsletters, but many rules and regulations get changed over time too. This is done to suit the current needs and also to ensure the concept evolves over time and is in tandem with the current scenario.

If you take investments for that matter, what used to be a small scale operation has now blown over and is a full pledged international operation. One can invest in stocks and precious metals, from any part of the world. And with technology improving, the trading has all gone online for one and all to use, right from the comforts of their own homes. They need not travel to a common place where the stocks are bought and sold, need not shout and get what they want. People can pick up binary options and other stock options, with the touch of a button today. To top it all, we have the automated softwares like HBSwiss, where one need not do much and the App will take care of it all. All the analyses is done by the computer and the investment moves are done for you based on these analyses and calculations. Being developed by an experienced trader, this software takes into account everything a trader would, before making an investment.

However, if you are planning to invest in the stock market by buying some binary options for yourself, here are few of the terms to know about:

Binary options, also known as exotic options are available to invest in and sell within a fixed time period as they have an expiry date. The most common among these options are the high low option, also known as the fixed return option. The expiry time is also called a strike price and this is the price that determines the outcome of a trader’s investment.

If the trader’s judgment is correct and when the option expires, if his quote is on the right side of the option, he is paid in full. The instrument may have moved only a little but if it had gone up as anticipated by the trader, even if it does not match the amount quoted by the trader, he gains.

On the other hand, if the instrument had moved in the other direction, even if only a little, the trader loses it all. Hence the risk is high and the returns are also equally high. Trading in binary options will require one to have a sound knowledge about the market; else they can take help from the various softwares available in the market.

When the market it expected to rise, the trader purchases a call option and when the market is expected to go down, the trader will purchase a put option. When the option expires, the movement of the option is analyzed to see if it has indeed gone up or down. And then the trader is settled, based on his call or put option.

When the binary option is outside the US, it is mostly the current price that is taken as the strike price. When these options are offered, all details are disclosed to the traders. The details include the payout, strike price, expiry, and risks involved. These details are crucial for a trader to decide on his call or put option.

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“Our Foundation Newsletter”from Rotary Global History

2005

Jan. 1

Feb. 1

Feb. 15

Mar. 1

Apr. 15

May. 15

Jun. 1

Jun. 15

Jul. 1

Aug. 1

Sep. 1

Sep. 15

Oct. 1

Oct. 15

Nov. 1

Nov. 15

Dec. 1

2006

Jan. 1

Jan. 15

Feb. 1

Feb. 15

Mar. 1

Apr. 1

Apr. 15

May 1

May 10

Jun. 1

Jul. 1

Aug. 1

Sep. 1

Oct. 1

Nov. 1

Dec. 1

2007

Jan. 1

Jan. 15

Feb. 1

Mar. 1

Apr. 1

Apr. 15

May. 1

Jun. 1

Jun. 15

Jul. 1

Aug. 1

Aug. 15

Sep. 1

Oct. 1

Nov. 1

Nov. 15

Dec. 2

2008

Jan. 1

Feb. 1

Feb. 15

Mar. 1

Mar. 15

Apr. 1

Apr. 15

May 15

Jun. 1

Jun. 30

Jul. 1

Aug. 1

Sep. 1

Oct. 1

Nov. 1

Nov. 15

Dec. 1

2009

Jan. 1

Jan. 11

Feb. 15

Mar. 1

Apr. 1

2010

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Painfully engorged veins that are even visible to the naked eye

In the recent past, we all have experienced a great surge of stress in our lives. Most people are almost always overloaded with tension and work pressure. People may be involved in spending long hours standing or sitting in one place or traveling long distances to get to work or complete other chores. All of this results in poor or deteriorated health. It is not uncommon for men and women to have a headache or be extremely tired at the end of every day. Yet another common condition seen amongst stressed people are varices. These are painfully engorged veins that are even visible to the naked eye. It is also a symptom of the condition varicose veins.

This problem has been increasing many folds since quite some time. Statistics prove that as many as one in every three women and one in five men who are older than the age of 45 years have shown effects of engorging veins in their lower limbs. This condition is not just painful but aesthetically unpleasant as well. Many women become conscious of their varicose veins which affects their confidence as well.

When you consider options to deal with them, it is obvious that people hesitate to visit a doctor or a pharmacy for fear of many medicines, expenses or interventional procedures. People are always in search of products that are natural, easy to use and pocket friendly as well. Varikosette is exactly that and much more. It is the perfect solution for varicose veins.

It has been made using all natural ingredients and is free of any artificial coloring agents, perfumes, oils, dyes, synthetics, paraben or chemicals.   The product has undergone all the required tests that are needed to ensure it is safe for human use. And it has been declared as a safe to use the product.

This product is an amazing gift for all those struggling with varicose veins, the ideal duration for use for this product is about 2 weeks. However, it can also be used as a preventive measure in case of pain in lower limbs with engorged blood vessels.

Its main components are all natural with some great properties, let us check the key components:

Troxerutine: It is known to remove sensations of fatigue and weakness from the body. It also re-energizes the blood vessels and improves the flow of blood in them.

Caffeine, honey, Ginkgo Balboa: It stimulates the blood vessels to improve the flow of blood. It also helps in the regeneration of cells and tissues of the body.

Chestnut and Birch leaves: It helps to add strength to the blood vessels that invariably improves blood flow. It also improves the tone of blood vessels making them elastic and more flexible.

Essential oils, lemon, soy and coconut oils: It helps to curb excessive sweating of feet and leaves the skin feeling fresh and clean with a pleasant smell. It also has a soothing effect on the skin.

Artemisia, chamomile, menthol, and nettle: It is a powerful antiseptic that helps to improve the skin of the legs. And improves the overall health of legs.

Its use is very simple, as it is available in cream form. It must be lightly rubbed on the affected areas of the leg. It must be used for 2 weeks or can also be used as a preventive measure.

Ordering Varikosette is very simple as it is available online at some unbelievable discounted price.

The Rotary Club from all over the world has always attempted to improve relationships

The Rotary Club from all over the world has always attempted to improve relationships and enhance the quality of life. For this, they have explored many avenues right from helping the down trodden, differently abled people or even improve the quality of life for the general public. Within the general public, the women especially have been paid additional attention.

Women have been encouraged to manage the financial portfolio of the house and take up other such empowering responsibilities. However, empowerment is synonymous with confidence. And confidence is achieved when a woman thinks she is perfect aesthetically as well. And to enhance the aesthetic appearance, women feel the need to have lustrous healthy and strong hair.

Sadly, long healthy hair that bounce with volume is hardly a fact for most women. As maximum women face hair fall, dull, brittle hair that lacks volume and strength. It usually is the result of lack of time for self-grooming paired along with increased stress levels. There is always pressure to perform and pressure to achieve goals which tend to put personal care in the backseat.

And even if you choose to take care, there are numerous products in the market that make big promises, and most of the products fail to keep them. While some of the products are exorbitant. So what does a person do, when looking out for an easily available, easy to use and cost effective option? Hair MegaSpray comes to your rescue.

This product is made of natural ingredients that give your hair that ‘Vitamin bomb’ it very much needs. Its natural ingredients include Vitamin A and Vitamin E, these are useful in protecting the hair from harmful effects of exposure to sun and air, also plays a significant role in reducing hair fall. It also helps in improving the strength of hair. Coconut and avocado oil in Hair MegaSpray helps to combat the negative effects of hair coloring and also supports the Vitamins.

Chamomile extracts and boilers help in making the hair naturally stronger and softer to touch. The Argan oil is a naturally available anti-oxidant that helps to make the hair look shiny and soft. The cinnamon oil helps to provide a soothing effect to the scalp and the brittle oil helps to smoothen out unruly hair.

But to get the maximum advantage of this product, one must also take care of other factors that aid improved hair growth.

The first and most important factor is to include a healthy and balanced diet. It is often the lack of nutrients that is the root cause of hair loss. Taking regular multi vitamins and a good diet will improve the results.

The next factor that plays an important role is stress. No matter what products you use, if you have a high stress lifestyle your hair are going to take a hit. Try and reduce the amount of stress or look out for options to cope with it.

Using an inappropriate comb often ends up breaking hair and leaving them brittle. Investing in a good comb that is suitable for your hair is important.

Using Hair MegaSpray is extremely easy. All you have to do is spray it across your hair and then massage your scalp with it. Then using a warm towel, you must cover your hair which will improve the effects of the products. Continue this for about an hour after which you can wash your hair as usual.

Acquiring the product is very easy, as it is available online. There are also some great offers and discounts going on the product.

THE DISTRICT 6650 HISTORY

 

Prepared by the district and not verified by Rotary Global History Fellowship

GEOGRAPHICAL HISTORY OF DISTRICT 6650

Early Clubs in Ohio: Rotary arrived in Ohio when Robert Wilson of Cincinnati invited Brad Bullock, President of the New York City Club and a Vice President of The National Association of Rotary Clubs, to come and assist in establishing Rotary in Cincinnati.  As a result of their efforts, the Rotary Club of Cincinnati received charter number 17 and was admitted into Rotary on 26 November 1910.

                  No      Name         Charter Date

18    Cleveland     26 April 1911

                  38    Columbus      5 August 1912

                  44    Toledo           1 June 1912

                  47    Dayton           1 August 1912

                  98    Springfield    1 March 1914

                107    Akron            1 April 1914

                135    Piqua            1 January 1915

                137    Youngstown  1 February 1915

                143    Lima              1 April 1915

                146    Canton           1 April 1915

                156    Zanesville      1 May 1915           

By 1915, Rotary had grown to 160 clubs and 20,000 members. This growth brought on the establishment of districts to facilitate the administration of this expanding organization. Ohio, West Virginia and lower Michigan became known as the 7th District. Each district�s presiding officer was called an International Trustee and later, this title was changed to District Governor.

When the number increases, the process gets streamlined and terminologies change. Everything evolves and adapts to the current trends. If you are an investor, you would be aware of how technology has replaced the need for traders. Earlier people had to choose the right trader or trading company to invest their money with. But today they need to choose between HBSwiss and other such softwares which helps in investments.

District 7 On 1 September 1915, District 7 was created.  It was comprised of the entire state of Ohio, West Virginia, and Michigan (Lower Peninsula).

1915 Charles F. Laughlin*………………………….. Cleveland

1916 Jacob A. Oswald* ……………………………… Dayton

1917 Ed R. Kelsey* ……………………………………. Toledo

District 10 On 1 July 1918, District 10 was created.  It consisted of the entire state of Ohio

1918 Charles H. Brown* ………………………….. Columbus

1919 John R. Bentley* ……………………………. Cleveland

1920 Samuel H. Squire* ………………………….. Elyria

1921 Robert Patterson* …………………………… Dayton

District 21 On 1 July 1922, Districts 21 and 22 were created in the state of Ohio.

District 21 was made up of the following:  that portion north of the southern boundaries of the counties of Mercer, Auglaize, Hardin, Marion, Marion, Morrow, Richland, Ashland, Holmes, Tuscarawas, Stark and Columbiana.  District 22 was:  the portion south of the southern boundaries of the counties of Mercer, Auglaize Hardin, Marion, Morrow, Richland, Ashland, Homes, Tuscarawas, Stark and Columbiana.

1922 Theodore E. Smith* ……………………………. Akron

1923 Samuel Siddall* ……………………………….. Warren

1924 Clarence H. Collings*…………………….. Cleveland

1925 Leonard T. Skeggs* …………………… Youngstown

1926 Charles Hartmann* ……………………………. Toledo

1927 Charles J. Starkey* ………………………. Ashtabula

1928 Joseph M. Markley* ………………………….. Canton

1929 Arthur R. Christy* ……………………………. Fremont

1930 Lawrence H. Webber*………………………….. Elyria

1931 Fred L. Hopkins* ……………………………… Fostoria

1932 Roland L. White* ……………………………….. Toledo

1933 James G. Card* ……………………………. Cleveland

1934 Alva F. Gluck* …………………………………. Minerva

1935 Paul V. Barrett*…………………………………. Findlay

1936 Dillon Crist* …………………………………….. Alliance

District 158 On 1 July 1937, three districts were created in the state of Ohio: 157, 158, and 159.  District 157 was that portion north of the southern boundaries of the counties of Drake, Miami, Champaign, Union, Delaware, Knox and Holmes, and west of the western boundaries of the counties of Cuyahoga, Summit, Stark and Tuscarawas (previously part of District 21).

On 1 July 1940, there were only two districts: 157 and 159.  On 1 January 1942, again three districts � 157, 158 and 159 � came into effect.

On 1 July 1943 there were minor adjustments in the three districts.

1937-38 O. D. Everhard* …………………….. …….. Barberton

1938-39 Ralph W. Bell* …………………………………. Bedford

1939-40 Ray H. Kasper* ……………………..  ……….. Canton

1940-41 H. K. Carpenter* … Heights of Greater Cleveland

1941-42 Rev. Roland A. Luhman* ……………. Youngstown

1942-43 A. Z. Baker* …………………………………. Cleveland

1943-44 Norman W. Adams* ………………………….. Warren

1944-45 Harry E. Votaw* …………………………………. Akron

1945-46 George S. Baldwin* …………………… E. Cleveland

1946-47 Robert A. Manchester* ……………….. Youngstown

1947-48 Wheeler J. Welday* …………………… Steubenville

1948-49 Russell A. Strausser* …………………….. Louisville

District 229 On 1 July 1949, three districts were renumbered.  #157 became 227, #158 became 229, and #159 became 231, and two more districts were created: #230 (1955-56) and #232 (1950-51).

1949-50 Hugh K. Dawson* ………………………… Lakewood

1950-51 Hiram W. McGrath*…………………….. Columbiana

1951-52 Bryce C. Browning* ……………. New Philadelphia

1952-53 Charles L. Naylor* ………………………….. Ravenna

1953-54 Arthur L. Sayles* ……………………………… Alliance

1954-55 Edward H. Broughton* …………………… Ashtabula

 

District 230

1955-56 Garrison R. Hostetler* ………………………. Canton

1956-57 Samuel H. Pollock*…………………….. Steubenville

District 665 On 1 July 1957, districts in the state of Ohio were renumbered as follows:  #227 became 660, #229 became 665, #231 became 667 and #232 became 669.

1957-58 Carl A. Lincke* ……………………………… Carrollton

1958-59 Gervis S. Brady*……………………………….. Canton

1959-60 Amos R. Buchman* ………………………… Wooster

1960-61 Ira E. Surbey*…………………….. New Philadelphia

1961-62 Fred W. Lyons* …………………………. Youngstown

1962-63 William J. Hagenlocher* ………….. North Canton

1963-64 S. N. McIntosh* ………………………….. Millersburg

1964-65 Bryce W. Kendall* ……………………………… Salem

1965-66 C. William Hulbert* ………………………… Hubbard

1966-67 Stewart P. Witham*……………………………. Canton

1967-68 Lindsey W. Williams* ………………………… Rittman

1968-69 O. K. Brown* …………………………………….. Dover

1969-70 James R. Allison* …………………… East Palestine

1970-71 Lester R. Stauffer*…………………………….. Warren

1971-72 Herbert O. Zimmer …………………….. Youngstown

1972-73 William H. Elliot* ……………………………… Minerva

1973-74 Francis H. Lang* …………………….. East Liverpool

1974-75 E. R. Malone* ………………………….. North Canton

1975-76 Stanley C. Ewing ……………………………… Canton

1976-77 James E. Neff …………………………………. Canfield

1977-78 John L. Hutson* ………………………… Columbiana

1978-79 Lowell B. Bourns* ……………………………. Wooster

1979-80 Ernest A. Gardner* …………………… Canal Fulton

1980-81 William H. Stull* ………………………… North Canton

1981-82 Donald J. McTigue …………………… Girard-Liberty

1982-83 John A. Maxwell ……………………………….. Canton

1983-84 Emmet L. Riley…………………………………… Dover

1984-85 James E. Tallman…………………………………. Niles

1985-86 Jack K. Vogel* …………………………………… Salem

1986-87 Philip A. Snyder……………………………. Boardman

1987-88 James J. LaPolla ……………………………. Howland

1988-89 Paul E. Paulson*……………………………. Massillon

1989-90 Myron E. Ullman* ……………………………. Canfield

1990-91 Rollin O. McClelland* …………………… Millersburg

District 6650 On 1 July 1991, three-digit numbers of all the districts in the world were switched to four-digit numbers by adding zero to each district.

On 1 July 1995, District 6650 became part of Zone 28, along with Districts 6290, 6310, 6330, 6360, 6380, 6400, 6540, 6600, 6630, 7090,7280,7300,7330.

1991-92 Joseph S. Guenther* ………………………… Canton

1992-93 John A. McKenzie ………………………….. Hubbard

1993-94 Charles B. Lang …………………….. East Liverpool

1994-95 W. Dallas Woodall ……………………………. Warren

1995-96 Leonard E. Schnell ………………………….. Wooster

1996-97 David C. Ewing…………………………………. Canton

1997-98 Michael J. Sabol …………………… Perry Township

1998-99 Jerold A. Haber …………………………..Youngstown

1999-00 Robert J. Beals* …………………….. East Liverpool

2000-01 M. Fred Miller ………………………………… Warren

2001-02 George H. Windate ………………………… Sugarcreek

2002-03 William E. Johnson ………………………. Youngstown

2003-04 Larry J. Warren…………………………………….. Poland

2004-05 Meena Patel………………………………………..Dover

2005-06 Jack E. Polen ……………………………………Malvern

2006-07 Geoffrey S. Goll …………………………………. Salem

2007-08 Dennis D. Huffman������…..North Canton

2008-09 Robert E. Pattison���������..Canton

* Deceased Governors

Distinguished International Officers of 6650

Past Rotary International Presidents

1955-56 A. Z. Baker*����������. Cleveland

1976-77 Robert A. Manchester*����.. Youngstown

 

Past Rotary International Director from District

1986-88 Bryce W. Kendall* �������.�…Salem

 

Past Trustee of The Rotary Foundation from District

 1994-95 Bryce W. Kendall* ���������Salem

Current Clubs of District 6650 by Charter Date

1-Feb-1915 Youngstown
1-Apr-1915 Canton
5-Jan-1917 Alliance
1-Feb-1917 Massillon
1-Jan-1918 New Philadelphia
1-Oct-1918 Warren
1-Jan-1920 Dover
1-Dec-1920 East Liverpool
1-Mar-1921 Wooster
1-Apr-1921 Salem
1-Apr-1921 Steubenville
1-Jun-1922 Millersburg
2-Mar-1923 Minerva
26-Mar-1923 Orrville
5-Apr-1923 Columbiana
5-May-1924 Carrollton
9-Jul-1924 Dennison
28-Sep-1925 Louisville
29-Sep-1925 Newcomerstown
19-Oct-1925 Rittman
14-Nov-1925 Niles
11-Jun-1926 Canal Fulton
30-Jan-1929 Sugarcreek
29-Mar-1929 North Canton
11-Mar-1938 Dalton
21-Jul-1938 Malvern
20-Jun-1955 Canfield
25-Jul-1955 Boardman
10-Oct-1955 Struthers
5-Mar-1956 Hubbard
5-Mar-1956 Newton Falls
16-Apr-1956 Girard-Liberty
14-May-1956 East Palestine
15-Mar-1958 Lake
28-Jun-1968 Austintown
9-Jan-1970 Perry
12-Mar-1972 Jackson
19-Jan-1977 Howland
14-Nov-1977 Brookfield
3-Nov-1978 Cortland
7-Mar-1983 Canton South
2-Feb-1984 Calcutta
1-Mar-1984 Champion
10-Dec-1984 Poland
23-Feb-1985 Plain
18-Mar-1988 East Canton
31-Mar-1988 Kinsman
10-Apr-2007 Bolivar-Zoar