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DaCdb WEB SITE

 

 District and Club Data Base (DaCdb  pronounced DaK-dee-bee) Click DaCdb button on right.

For Rotary members to access the site, click on the DaCdb button on the right and login. If you don't know your username and password, contact the District Office at 517-543-7929 or linda@district6360.com

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Rotary International Foundation Celebration for District 6360

April 24, 2015

Firekeepers Hotel & Casino, Battle Creek, MI

5:30 P.M. Social Hour and Cash Bar

6:30 P.M. Full buffet dinner featuring chicken entrée, pork entrée, roasted redskin potatoes, two vegetables, salad, rolls and butter and dessert.

Evening will also include:

  • Celebration of Rotary Foundation successes
  • Recognition of new Paul Harris Fellows
  • Silent auction to raise funds for The Rotary Foundation (TRF).
  • Door Prizes
  • Price is $42 per person
  • Table for eight is $320
  • If paying by check, please make the check out to Rotary District 6360 and on the For line indicate Foundation Dinner.  Please mail the check to District Administrator, Ingrid Nova at 741 Wolverine Rd, Mason, MI 48854.  Checks must be received within one week of your registration and before April 17, 2015.

** A block of rooms is being held at Firekeepers Hotel until April 10, 2015 for those wishing to spend the night. Contact the hotel directly to reserve one of these rooms, and let them know you are with the Rotrary Foundation event.  Make reservations by phone (1-877-FKC-8777) or online at FireKeepersCasinoHotel.com. Note: if reserving online, use Group Code    04242015RD

   
 
   
  Top ten things you should know about The Rotary Foundation (TRF) click here
 

12 Ways your District Supports your club.  click here
 
For information on our contact people at RI for the District 6360 click here

For information on RI resources for club officers click here
 
Here is a comparison of the differeance between Interact and Key Club sent to us by Kirk Hoffman, chair of Interact  more information
 
 
For a list of Interact Clubs in is District 6360 click here
 
For an Interact Promotional card click here
 

To get more information on this project or to make a contribution click on logo above.

For a short video on How to Make History with Polio click here
For one on Leaving the Past Behind click here

 

Rotary InternationalRotary Fights to End Polio Now click link below:

   
 
 

Click on Missing Piece logo for 30 second video.  For more infromation about Rotary and becoming a member click here.

If you are a person interested in joining a Rotary club in our District, please fill out the information  by clicking here and then click the submit button after you have filled in your contact information.

 

   
 

TOP FIVE REASONS TO SUPPORT THE ROTARY FOUNDATION click here

 

  March is Literacy Month
 
An asterisk (*) indicates a Rotary Foundation-related item. Please contact The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International for more details.

 

Attend PETS on _19-21 March.

  • Plan and conduct monthly board meeting.

  • Register for presidents-elect training seminar (PETS).  Mandatory for PEs

  • Promote attendance at the district conference.

  • Begin developing goals and appointing committee chairs.

  • Monitor membership development initiatives and goals.

  • Begin preparing for next year’s club budget and reviewing the status of
    continuing club projects.

  • Set the club’s annual giving goal to The Rotary Foundation, taking into
    account the “Every Rotarian Every Year” campaign.

  • Send monthly membership and attendance reports to the District Governor and the District Office by the 15th of the month.

 
 
 

UPCOMING EVENTS

  April 18, 2015 - Grants Management Seminar - Oshtemo Location - At the Oshtemo Community Center - Starts at 9:00 A. M.  There will be a Continental Breakfast served.
   
  April 24, 2015 – Foundation Celebration, Firekeepers Conference Center, Battle Creek
  April 28, 2015 – Club Officer & Committee Chair Training, Battle Creek Lakeview Middle School, 5:30 p.m.  Registration will be up after PETS
   
May 14-16, 2015 – District Conference, Saugatuck, MI  Click on District Conferenc tab above on left for more details.
   
  May 30, 2015 - Rotary Leadership Insttiute (RLI) - Owosso, MI
   
  June 6-9, 2015 - Rotary International Conventions - Sao Paulo, Brazil.
   
  June 25, 2015, Thursday – District Governor Handover
   
  June 27, 2015, Saturday – Quarterly Meeting & Board Meeting, Schuler’s, Marshall
   
  July 25, 2015 - Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) - Ann Arbor, MI
   
  August 8, 2015 - Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) - Jackson, MI
   
  August 29, 2015 - Rotary Leaderhip Institute (RLI) - Cadillac, MI

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 RI President Gary CK Huang  for his bio click here