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Welcome to District 6330
Our district is an international district in the USA and Canada. Situated in east central Michigan and west central Ontario - with clubs located in rural areas and in larger cities such as Flint, MI and London, ON.
 
Whether you live here, or are a visitor to our area - whether a member of Rotary, or just interested in learning more about this organization and what we do - you will be welcomed at any of our meetings or events.
 
We work together to make a difference in the lives of people in our communities - both locally and internationally - by exchanging ideas and taking action.
 
Feel free to contact me if you have questions, or simply would like to know more about Rotary in District 6330.
District Governor:  Martin Ward email: martin.a.ward@gmail.com
 
 
 
Home Page Stories
Rotary International President Ian Riseley sent a letter with additional information regarding the arrangements for the memorial services and funeral of deceases President Elect Sam Owori.
 
He also reports that a replacement as President Elect will be decided by the current nominating committee using the usual process for Rotary International President nominees. The announcement is expected in August.
ROTARY 5040 AND THE BRITISH COLUMBIA WILDFIRES
 
 
To the many of you who have been wanting to offer help for the victims of the wildfires currently burning in the Cariboo region of the Province, thank you for your care and concern. It is our intent to have a District wide coordinated response available to Rotarians throughout BC and Alberta.

Want cash...? Here's a Public Image Grant Opportunity

'Enhance Public Image and Awareness'  is one of Rotary's key strategic priorities and clubs are invited to apply for matching grant funding from the District of up to $400 Cdn or $300 US.
It seems like this day has come very quickly . About two and a half years ago I received the nomination as District 6330 Governor for the 2017-2018 year – something I consider an honour and a privilege. As we enter this new year, our district, and Rotary International more generally, look forward to exciting, and challenging, times.
 
Rotary has accomplished so much. Polio eradication may soon become a significant part of Rotary's legacy. We are, quite literally, on the verge of a countdown to zero - complete eradication - an achievement that very likely could not have been reached without Rotary’s involvement. We can, and should, be justifiably proud. But, we need to see it through, to continue the effort until eradication is complete.

On April 22nd, Rotarians from District 6330 gathered to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Rotary Foundation at the London Museum. A large group of Rotarians gathered to honour 8 new Major Donors, 8 new Bequest Society Level one members and 6 new Level two Bequest Society members. The celebration was enhanced by having RIPP Wilf Wilkinson and Rika join them with RIVP Jennifer Jones as our guest speaker. District 6330's history goes back over 100 years so there was lots to celebrate during this evening

 
Home Page News
Rotary International President Ian Riseley sent a letter with additional information regarding the arrangements for the memorial services and funeral of deceases President Elect Sam Owori.
 
He also reports that a replacement as President Elect will be decided by the current nominating committee using the usual process for Rotary International President nominees. The announcement is expected in August.
 
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