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Join your Rotarian colleagues at the Old Orchard Inn this June for the 2017 District Conference.  As of mid-February, we have over 30 delegates registered (thank you everyone – this really helps the organizers) and the Inn has been busy taking accommodation requests.  Please make your plans now - Just go to the District 7820 Home Page and click on District Conference  or go directly to 7820conference.com
Clubs are invited to suggest eligible Rotarians for the District Representative to the Rotary International 2017, 2018 and 2019 Councils on Resolutions and the 2019 Council on Legislation (COL). The term begins July 1, 2017. The COL will convene for the purpose of amending the constitutional documents of Rotary International. The selection shall be made by Nomination Committee procedure as per RI By-Laws.
Any club in the district may suggest a candidate for Representative, but if a club suggests a Rotarian who is a member of a different club, the Rotarian's club must agree in writing for the nomination to be accepted. Clubs must provide a brief (one page suggested) resume indicating their candidate’s background and reason he or she should be selected.
To be eligible, the candidate must be a current member of a club in the District and must have served a full term as District Governor as at July 1 , 2017.
The Rotary Club of Charlottetown was admitted into Rotary International on October 1, 1917 and received its Charter on November 8th of that year having been sponsored by the Rotary Club of Halifax.
Plans were developed with the Rotary Club of Charlottetown giving leadership in celebrating 100 years of Rotary in the Province which included all Island Rotarians and the six Rotary Clubs. The Charlottetown Club has been active in promoting the concept of Rotary throughout the Province, sponsoring four of the other five clubs currently on the Island: Summerside (1943), Hillsborough (1979), Montague (1985) and Charlottetown Royalty (1987). The Rotary Club of Stratford is the other Island club (2002).
Who:  All incoming Club Leaders – Executive, Directors, Committee Chairs – AND aspiring leaders – AND members interested in making your club irresistible… even if you came last year, come again!  The learning will be different!
When:  Saturdays in 7 locations – check your invitation or the District website for details for your area
What will happen at this interactive TLC day of learning?
  • Professional development and leadership training that will useful in clubs and at work!
  • Separate Breakouts about the roles and responsibilities for Secretaries & Treasurers – learn about the most important tasks of your role, and review best practices and calendars of key dates; Advanced Treasurer session for those interested in establishing a foundation.
  • Effective Meetings for Presidents, Directors and Committee Chairs – learn how to chair a great meeting that is fun and productive … and that members won’t want to miss!  Simply irresistible!
  • Annual Club Planning for All Leaders – you will learn about Effective Planning and actually work on your club’s plan in this working session – this will get you started on the necessary planning for July 1.
  • Foundation, Youth and Membership – critical information that all club leaders need to know.
Your District membership committee has been busy updating club membership resources on our district website and we invite you to take a look at the presentations, surveys, checklists, membership plans, and lots of other useful documents for your use.  Some of these documents have been generated by clubs in the district while others are published by Rotary International.  Use what works for your club in your community. They are accessed through the "Member Resources" menu on the front page of the website.
If you’d like some help with making your club IRRESISTIBLE, please contact your membership committee member in your area (http://www.rotary7820.com/Committee//membership) or contact your District Membership Chair, Wendy Scammell at wendy@briantscammell.ca.

Registration for the 2017 District Conference is Now Open !
The 2017 District Conference Committee has launched the new Conference Website, and is ready to begin welcoming registrations from District and Club Representatives, and from individual Rotarians, Youth and Partners.  Just click HERE to go to the Conference Website page 7820conference.com

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