"Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves."

District Governor Welcome
Welcome to District 6330
Our District is truly international and connects Rotarians from north eastern Michigan along the shores of Lake Huron to west central Ontario, Canada with clubs located in rural areas and larger cities such as Flint, MI and London ON.
If you're ready to make a difference in your community and in communities around the world - Rotary is for you! You’ll find Rotary members digging wells, building schools, immunizing children, organizing food drives, supporting literacy projects and many more..! We’re building peace, empowering youth, and saving mothers and children. It’s what we’ve been doing for more than 100 years and our impact on lives is amazing.
Check out our website and social media pages and you are welcome to any of our club meetings or events. We guarantee you a warm welcome and a rewarding experience. 
Feel free to contact me to learn more about our exciting organization and how you may join us to make a difference in our world.
Tony Sheard
District Governor 2019-20
“Rotary Connects the World”
Mobile: (519) 386-9556
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REGISTER NOW!  Vibrant Club Seminar - Saturday November 2nd - 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Live Event - Grand Bend, On - Register Here - United Church Community Centre, 25 Main St., Grand Bend,  Ontario
ZOOM Satellite Locations:
Flint, Mi - Register Here - Baker College, 1050 W Bristol Rd., Flint, Michigan
London, On - Register Here - Location to be Confirmed
Port Huron, On - Register Here - Location to be Confirmed
Southampton, On - Register Here - 39 Grey Street South, Southampton, Ontario
Come join us live or via a Zoom location for an exciting new session to help you with your membership challenges and learn want's new in our Foundation and our new approach to qualify for grants.
  • Purpose: The opportunity for all members to learn how to become more engaged in Rotary through service and to grow Rotary.

  • Objectives
    - Learn about how the Foundation supports clubs and allows them to widen the scope of their projects and how the new grant qualification works.
    - Learn about how enhancing your club’s public image can increase membership, awareness of your club in the community, and unify your club.
    - Learn how to grow membership by engaging existing members, making your club appealing to prospective members, and exploring new types of clubs (satellite, Rotaract, Interact)
Who should attend? ...anyone with an interest in Growing Rotary and learning more about our Foundation. Ideal for President's, President Elects,  Membership Chairs, Public Image Chairs, Foundation Chairs and anyone who wants to apply for a grant from the Foundation.
The session will run during the morning of Saturday November 2nd at the United Church Community Centre in Grand Bend, and will be live streamed to other locations throughout the District. There will be no separate Foundation Seminars this year.  
Cost: $10.00 per person to cover light refreshments, room rental and materials.
A Clean Water for Living Summit  Saturday, November 16, 2019   9:30 AM gathering, 9:50 AM program starts, 4:00 PM wrap up Ridgetown Campus of the University of Guelph, Ridgetown Ontario   Cost: $25.00 per person 
The Clean Water for Living Summit is presented by Sunrise Rotary Club in partnership with the Conservation Authorities of Upper Thames Valley, Lower Thames Valley, St. Clair and Essex Regions 
International Name Plate Supplies (INPS) is a licensed Supplier of Rotary Merchandise located at 1450 Crumlin Road, London Ontario is retiring from the Rotary Merchandise business.
Please call Michelle De Ruiter 519-455-7647 ext 1337 to book a time to come see what items are available and discuss prices.
Currently INPS has membership folders, 4 way test certificates and cards, Object of Rotary certificates, new member kits, membership certificates, membership cards, water bottles, jewellery boxes, fancy lapel pins, member title pins, perfect attendance pin, Swarovski crystal paperweights, rotary stickers, decals, signs, magnets and much more in stock.
Call or email: mderuiter@inps.net for more information.
Interested in taking on a role at the District Leadership Level? 
Interested in Youth or Literacy Programs?
We are looking for 2 passionate, enthusiastic Rotarians who are interested in moving from the club level to take on a leadership role within the District.
Aloha, Rotary!
Discover the true spirit of aloha and Rotary with your family, friends, and fellow Rotarians in Honolulu. It’s the perfect setting for the entire family of Rotary to celebrate, collaborate, and connect while experiencing the warmth and welcome of Honolulu.
The convention is one of the only times when people of action from around the world gather in one place to celebrate Rotary. Our engaging speakers will boost your passion for service and provide new perspectives on our work in the world. Make new friends and connect with old ones while you explore all that Honolulu and the convention has to offer. You’ll return from our convention refreshed and inspired to continue your service and community leadership.
Don’t miss your chance to find and share aloha at the 2020 Rotary Convention in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 6-10 June.

Register now and save
To take advantage of early registration savings, register before 15 December at riconvention.org.
(from Rotary Voices - May 29, 2019) - By Joe Otin, governor-elect of Rotary District 9212 (Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan)


I gravitate naturally to statistics despite the negative feelings some people have about them. I think that information is the fuel that our world runs on and without it our systems will sputter, stall, and shut down. That is because statistics are significant in decision making.

When I joined the Rotary Club of Nairobi East, Kenya, 19 years ago, I was told that good Rotarians were defined by the regularity of their attendance, the frequency of their gifts to The Rotary Foundation, and most importantly by their ability to introduce new members to the club.

But that is not what attracts people to Rotary ... to learn more - Read the rest of this post

The Council On Legislation (COL) is held once every three years with the 2019 cycle recently concluded in Chicago, Illinois from April 14 through April 18, 2019. 116 proposed enactments plus one RI board proposed position statement were presented, 47 were adopted, 55 were rejected and 15 were withdrawn. Of the 47 pieces of adopted legislation 6 items were of direct consequence to clubs.
We were |this| close, now we are |this| close. There are, however, some glimmers of hope. The ONLY outbreak of polio due to the wild virus continues to be in the Afghanistan/Pakistan area where the Taliban is active. Recently, their spokesmen said that they will allow immunization workers to continue their work unthreatened. We sincerely hope this will bring us closer to total immunization in the area.
The other challenge which has surfaced recently in multiple countries is "cDVPV" infections resulting from recently immunized children passing the virus along to unimmunized children. See this page for further details.
Are you unsure where to start with your new member orientation? Have members learn more about Rotary and even test their knowledge with the new Rotary Basics course in the Learning Center. They’ll read about Rotarians from around the world, learn about our values and causes, and deepen their understanding of Rotary through this interactive course.

The Rotary Basics course was designed for new Rotarians, but it’s also a great refresher for other members — and even nonmembers — who want to know more about Rotary.

To take the class, use the link above. Anyone who isn’t signed in to My Rotary will be prompted to do so before going to the Learning Center.
October 2019
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