District Governor, Nathan Triplett, joined our club via Zoom.  He had three things to discuss: Rotary International (RI), District 6360  and Local clubs.

The president of RI this year is Holger Knaack.  He has four “opportunities” this year for us.  1:  New club models (check out this month’s district newsletter.) He wants all clubs to operate in an effective way for them.  2:  Set aside at least 1 meeting a year for strategic planning.  As we rotate presidents from year to year, this makes continuity available.  3: Select members carefully to make sure we have inclusion, and this sets up success to target recruitment of folks who want to be Rotarians to make sure they are committed to being involved in serving our community.  4:  Keep our promise to children to eradicate polio.  Be sure to attend the Polio RI Zoom meeting Oct. 6 about polio.

The district’s goals are a net positive membership at the end of June and each member donating $100 per year.  

Rotary needs diversity, equity and inclusion at all levels, RI, district and club. We are innovative and adaptive.  This has been proven by our ability to revamp our meetings with no notice.  He reminded s that we really won’t have “normal”, but we can have a new, better, normal.

During the question period, it was noted that the District is matching donations to RI Foundation again this year.  If interested, contact Kathy Gallagher.  More info is in the district newsletter.  


 

District Governor, Nathan Triplett, joined our club via Zoom.  He had three things to discuss: Rotary International (RI), District 6360  and Local clubs.

The president of RI this year is Holger Knaack.  He has four “opportunities” this year for us.  1:  New club models (check out this month’s district newsletter.) He wants all clubs to operate in an effective way for them.  2:  Set aside at least 1 meeting a year for strategic planning.  As we rotate presidents from year to year, this makes continuity available.  3: Select members carefully to make sure we have inclusion, and this sets up success to target recruitment of folks who want to be Rotarians to make sure they are committed to being involved in serving our community.  4:  Keep our promise to children to eradicate polio.  Be sure to attend the Polio RI Zoom meeting Oct. 6 about polio.

The district’s goals are a net positive membership at the end of June and each member donating $100 per year.  

Rotary needs diversity, equity and inclusion at all levels, RI, district and club. We are innovative and adaptive.  This has been proven by our ability to revamp our meetings with no notice.  He reminded s that we really won’t have “normal”, but we can have a new, better, normal.

During the question period, it was noted that the District is matching donations to RI Foundation again this year.  If interested, contact Kathy Gallagher.  More info is in the district newsletter.  


 
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