Have you read the story in the Rotarian Magazine?  Millions of people have "Nowhere to go?"   Not a pretty picture.  What is Rotary doing about it?  Check it out. 

Mastering the Art of Community Service-  High school students in Rural France-Their story.  These and many other stories are there for a good read.  Give it a try. 
Rotary World will become an electronic publication beginning with the April 2010 issue. Starting in July, Rotary World will be published every other month rather than quarterly.
The decision to shift to an electronic format resulted partly from an extensive reader survey that was conducted in April and May. Respondents indicated their enthusiasm for Rotary World but voiced concerns about its cost and frequency. As an electronic publication, Rotary World will not incur printing and postage expenses and will be available to subscribers free of charge.
The last print edition of Rotary World will be published in January. That month, a prototype of the electronic edition will be introduced at the International Assembly.
Rotary World will still be sent automatically to all current club presidents and district governors. Subscribers will receive an e-mail containing a link to the electronic publication. Others will be able to subscribe to the electronic edition at www.rotary.org/rotaryworld.
Questions about Rotary World and its new electronic format may be sent to rotary.world@rotary.org.

Get on board.  It is the future for those of us over 50, ask for a guide from a younger member.  Keep up with Rotary.