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By Mac Hickman
District Governor-Elect 2013-14
The new Rotary year is almost upon us, which means that our next big District 6670 event is the District Assembly on Saturday, May 18. This is your opportunity to learn how clubs organize and lead their members to a successful year.
The District Assembly is designed specifically for incoming club presidents, secretaries, treasurers and committee chairs. That said, all Rotarians who are interested and want to know more about Rotary International are invited.
Topics include: orientation and new member tips, what to avoid even if you’re an experienced club secretary, and what Future Vision and District Grants mean to your club and your club’s treasurer.
The assembly is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., including time for networking and lunch. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. Our location: Normandy Church, 450 W. Alex Bell Road, Dayton, 45459. It’s located right off I-675 just past the interchange with Ohio 48 (Far Hills Avenue).
RSVP by May 10 to email@example.com. The cost is $10 a person. See the District Assembly flyer and registration form for full details.
I look forward to seeing you there. Please make sure that your club is represented.
Rotary International President-elect Ron Burton will ask Rotarians to Engage Rotary, Change Lives in 2013-14.
He unveiled the RI theme during the opening plenary session of the 2013 International Assembly in San Diego, California, USA, the annual training event for incoming district governors.
“If we really want to take Rotary service forward, then we must make sure that every single Rotarian has the same feeling about Rotary that each one of us here has today,” Burton said. “We need to make sure that every Rotarian has a meaningful role to play, that they’re all making a contribution, and that their contribution is valued.”
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Welcome to Our New Online Home!
This is Rotary International District 6670 on the web. We are 3,200 people in 50 clubs in southwest Ohio, from Cincinnati, to Dayton to Springfield and all the cities and towns in between.
Pardon our dust while we rebuild the entire website. We’ve got a lot of work to complete. But you’ll already find key information about our service clubs, about how our Rotarians are part of an international organization with 1.2 million members in 200 countries.
Yes, we do global. We do big things. Like eradicating polio. We’re this close and will keep at it until that terrible disease is no longer a threat to any of us.
We do big things at home, too, in our communities across southwest Ohio. And that’s what we’ll share here. Continue reading