Archive | May, 2007

Ethics & Four-Way Test Around the Blogosphere

Today in our American culture it has become difficult yo find people and organizations that are service minded and values driven. We have compiled a posts from around the web which bring these ideas to light. On another note: We are working on compiling more essays from four-way test contest winners throughout the rotary world, […]

 
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Walgreens and The Four-Way Test

This excerpt is from the www.walgreens.com It can be found at on their Four-Way Test page, in their diversity section. One of Charles R. Walgreen, Jr.’s most enduring contributions to the company that his father founded has been the Four-Way Test, written by a friend at Rotary International and adapted for Walgreens in 1955. Based […]

 
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Rotary District 5240

2006-2007 Four-Way Essay Contest Winners District Vocational Service Chair Judy Henbury (Nipomo) has announced this year’s District Four-Way Test Essay Contest Winners and their sponsoring clubs: High School Winners: 1st Place: James Rajaratnam (China Lake) 2nd Place: Sara Pressey (Newbury Park) 3rd Place: Jake Singer (Westlake Village) Middle School Winners: 1st Place: Kasey Lovett (Simi […]

 
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Promoting Your Four-Way Test Essay Contest

Many people have written for advice to assist them in promoting their Four-Way Test Essay Contests. I have accumulated a some basic points to help drive school and community participation: Promoting Participation – Getting Ready for the program Create a one-sheet brochure targeted to the students that focuses on the prizes money and community service. […]

 
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Rotary District 6450 – “Birthplace of Rotary”

2005-06 – Four-Way Test Essay Contest Winners Rotary District 6450 in Chicago, three students were recognized with with: First – Jessica Vosicky(Woodridge) Second – Ashley Vaksdal (Morris) Second – Kate Moran (Moraine Valley) Thank you to the Rotary Clubs of District 6450 for organizing local students to participate in learning the four-way test.  

 
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How Can I Apply the Four-Way Test in My Life?

District 6450 Winner Rotary Club of Woodridge Jessica Vosicky, First Place St Scholastica School, Woodridge, IL Teacher: Eileen Quinn How Can I apply the Four-Way Test to my life? One experience in which I can apply the test is cheating. If you utilize this test method it will help you make the right choice. Step […]

 
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How To Live a Better Life

District 6450 Winner Rotary Club of Morris Ashley Vaksdal, Second Place Saratoga School, Morris, IL Teacher: Angela Roe Here’s a hypothetical situation. You’re working at a horse ranch, and the horse you just rode is all sweaty and covered with dirt and gravel. You smell, you’re hot, you’re sweaty, and you really want to go […]

 
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Today, I am going to talk to you about the Four Way Test…

District 6450 Winner Rotary Club of Moraine Valley Kate Moran, Second Place Conrady Jr. High, Hickory Hills, IL Teacher: Mrs. Baltimore Today, I am going to talk to you about the Four Way Test. The Four Way Test is a test of our citizenship, morals, and ethics in the things we think say and do. […]

 
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Applying the Four-Way Test

For five decades Rotarians have been using The 4-Way Test as a practical yardstick in their business, community, and personal affairs. The 4-Way Test, you will note, does not provide answers. It asks questions which the user must answer. Thousands of Rotarians have used it and shared it with others. Millions of copies have been […]

 
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To All Rotarians Who Have Four-Way Test Essay Contests…

I have posted the winning essays of our local, Pismo Beach, Four-Way Test Essay Contest. These essays communicate great ideas and wonderful excitement towards the Four-Way Test. I welcome any and all Rotarians to send me the winning essays of any Four-Way Test Essay Contest, which I will publish here on www.thefourwaytest.com. These winning essays […]

 
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