In the December issue of the Rotarian starting on page 30 there is an interesting story about a rotarian who was able to use some techniques he learned while  attending a Rotary International Convention in Birmingham, England to help bring together 42 competing groups that previously couldn't agree on the color of the sky. I would summarize  it for you in the bulletin, but it is about 10 pages in length and I am afraid I couldn't do it justice in a couple of short paragraphs. I suggest that if you have the time, take a few minutes and pick up the December Rotarian and look through it. I think you will be pleasantly surprised at the quality and interest of the articles.  Its your organization and it s primary publication is a well written and often inspiring piece of literature.