Posted by Ernest Hauser on May 20, 2017
Humble Rotary Presents Scholarships To Four Way Test Essay Contest Winners
(Humble,Texas)(May 17, 2017)
Humble Rotary awarded three scholarships to winners of the annual Four Way Test Essay contest.  Winners were Sareen Ali, first, $2000, second Carla Godoy, $1500 and third, Kendall Womack, $1000. Womack and Ali attend Summer Creek High School.Godoy attends Kingwood High School
More than 200 seniors submitted an essay addressing “How I apply high ethical standards using Rotary’s Four-Way Test.” The Four-Way Test is the corner stone of ethical practice among all members of Rotary International.
The essays were read to those in attendance at the weekly meeting of Humble Rotary.
Dr. Michael Say, education committee chair, indicated that the objective of the contest was to promote Rotary’s ethical standards expressed in Rotary’s Four-Way Test. The test consists of the following questions: Is it the Truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned?
More than 60 years ago, in the midst of the Great Depression, a U.S. Rotarian devised a simple, four-part ethical guideline that helped him rescue a beleaguered business. The statement and the principles it embodied also helped many others find their own ethical compass. Soon embraced and popularized by Rotary International,  The Four-Way Test today stands as one of the organization’s hallmarks.
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