Rotary District 6330

Rotary District 6330

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District Governor:  Nancy Ottewell

 

 
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(from Rotary Weekly - June 24, 2016)
If we are so close to eradicating polio, why do we still need $1.5 billion to finish the job? Find out in an article from the latest issue of The Rotarian, and discover the steps needed to get from “this close” to done. Read more.
 
 

 
 

Fellow Rotarians you are formally invited to the District 6330 Governor Changeover Evening on Monday June 27, 2016 from 6-9pm. Tickets are $35/person which includes dinner and non-alcoholic beverage. Get your tickets early as seating is limited in the historic St. Thomas CASO train station.

 

 

 
 
Rotary Satellite Club of London Centennial Induction Celebration
Please come and join us to celebrate the
 1st Satellite Club in District 6330!
Rotary International Director Julia Phelps will be our special guest speaker!
 
Admission: $10
When:  June 28th, 2016
Fellowship: 5:30p – 6:20p
Celebration: 6:20p – 7:30p
Where: London Convention Centre, 300 York St, London, ON
Assorted appetizers available during Fellowship
 
For reservations please email Sandy Ronson sandyr@bell.net
 
For more info contact David Elliott david@sutherlandelliott.ca or 519-681-0179
 

 
 
For more information and the Registration Form go to: http://www.hydeparkrotary.org/SitePage/charity-golf-tournament-fundraiser or contact Golf Chair David Knoppert at: davidknoppert@sympatico.ca
 

 
 
The 2016 Council on Legislation, the Rotary body which sets rules and regulations for club administration, has met and passed new rules for Rotary clubs including changes to membership requirements, club meeting frequency, and minimum attendance requirements.
 
 
 
(from the May 2016 issue of "The Bridge" - District 6330's monthly newsletter - read the full issue here)
 
District Governor Nancy’s Message - June 2016
 
Rotary year of 2015-2016 is drawing to a close. For me this has been a fantastic year and a great honour to serve as your District Governor. George and I had the opportunity to make many new Rotarian friends as we visited your club and were invited back to join you in your other activities. We were made to feel most welcome - Thank you! We gained a clearer appreciation and understanding of the great work you are doing and learned more about our District and your club. All of us can stand proud of our achievements this year as Rotarians in District 6330!
 
Our theme of ‘Be a Gift to the World’ has provided many ways for us as Rotarians to focus on our special gifts. We have become more aware of our gifts as we give our time, talents, expertise and knowledge to improve lives in communities across the globe. As our RI President Ravi stated "Through Rotary, we can take these our gifts and make a genuine difference in the lives of others and in our world." And make a difference we did! As a Rotarian You are ‘A Gift to the World’ through your contribution to your Rotary club and community.
 
You undertook great community projects - both locally and globally. You made great efforts to share Rotary with others and encourage them to join you in your club. It is important we continue to “Grow” our Rotary Clubs. You set contribution goals for Foundation and Polio Plus and supported your targets. And we can celebrate the End to Polio is “this close”.
 
 
 

Meet The Agents of Polio Eradication

A band of heroes fights polio every day. Meet these Agents of Polio Eradication in our animated video, and read how our team of Rotary staffers came up with the idea for a comic-book approach to telling the story of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative.

Watch the video 
Get the story behind the video’s creation

(from Rotary Weekly - May 13, 2016)

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rotary District 6330