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NEWS

Vernette and I traveled District 6000 during the first 5 months of this Rotary year to visit all 64 of the district's clubs.  We look forward to continuing to work with all of our District Rotarians in 2016-17 as together we are. . .

ROTARY SERVING HUMANITY!

 

District Governor Chris and Vernette invite you to come to Coralville for District Conference which is May 4-6!  To learn about the planned sessions, costs and hotel room block, CLICK HERETO GET THE EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT registration needs to be done by next Saturday, April 1 that's just 10 days from today!!! You can register online with your credit card or download the registration form at the link above and mail it with your payment.
 
Engaging speakers have been lined up; Author David Forward, U of I Rowing Coach Andrew Carter, Juan Franciso Fernandez in-country coordinator for Iowa M.O.S.T. and of course our Rotary International Representative, Rich Roland.  Saturday night, there will be live entertainment and a live auction.  A handmade quilt by Deb Ockenfels will be auctioned, along with a bottle of red and a bottle of white of the Rotary Foundation Centennial Wine and a bottle of "The Famous Rotarian" Scotch, all the way from South Africa! 
 
Make your plans now to attend this inspiring and rewarding annual event!

 

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If you will be at the INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION, then District Governor Nominee Tom Narak and Carol, invite you to the District 6000 Breakfast, a "Georgia Market Breakfast", from 7:30 to 9 am on Monday, June 12 at the DoubleTree Hotel just a few blocks walk from the Convention venue!  This event will be a great way to kick off your experience at the Convention!  For details and to sign up, CLICK HERE or contact Tom with questions tom.carol@msn.com.
Five to Seven Couples wanted for a Friendship Exchange to District 3011 in India in November 2017.  The Exchange is for 10 days but allow for additional travel days.  Boarding and Lodging is provided at homes of District 3011 Rotarians.  The agenda could include:
  • Sightseeing
  • Bonding with host Rotarins
  • Learning the district and country culture
  • Attend Rotary meetings
  • Observe service projects
  • Tour New Delhi, Agra for the famous Taj Mahal and the Pink City of Jaipur
If you are interested in participating in this opportunity, contact District 6000 Chair, John Helgerson at johnhelgerson@gmail.com 

To see the Events our Rotary Clubs are holding just CLICK HERE and you can promote your Rotary event on the Club Events Calendar!  To add your event click HERE or contact the district office with details.  This calendar is updated around the 1st & the 15th of the month.

Call the Rotary International Contact Center at 1-866-9ROTARY (866-976-8279) or email contact.center@rotary.org to check on deadlines, forms, Foundation giving and recognition points.

Presidents and Secretaries: Click here to find who assists the clubs in our district.


CLICK HERE for Rotary International's Reference Guide for using ROTARY CLUB CENTRAL.

 
 
 
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Looking for Rotary information to share with a prospective or new member, something that explains the organizational structure, the programs, customs, the international projects and the fellowship? Consider this great brochure, click HERE!