District 6580 Goals for 2017-18

Support and Strengthen Clubs

  • All clubs will work to achieve the Presidential Citation. 
  • All club presidents will post at least 10 goals in Rotary Club Central by July 1, 2017. 
  • Ninety percent of clubs will have engaged in Visioning for planning or Strategic Planning. 
  • The district will post a net gain in membership of 53.  [our district membership has declined by over 150 in last 5 years]
  • The district will increase the number of members younger than 40 by ten percent. 
  • The district will have initiated the process to start a new club in two communities in the district. 
  • Our district will add five new Interact or Rotaract clubs.

Focus and Increase Humanitarian Service

  • The district will offer a global grant scholarship.   
  • The district will attain a minimum Annual Fund contribution of at least $130 per capita.
  • The district will increase the number of Paul Harris Society members by 15. 
  • The district will increase the number of Paul Harris Fellows by 40.
  • 50 percent of clubs will participate in District Grants.
  • Our district will plant one tree per member. 

Enhance Rotary’s Public Image and Awareness

  • The district will have a public relations team that supports club efforts in public awareness. 
  • All clubs will collect and report on volunteer hours and service project contributions. 
  • Eight clubs will commit to host an inbound exchange student. 
  • Ten clubs will have youth applicants to be outbound exchange students. 
  • All clubs will have a public relations coordinator. 

 

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District 6580 Visioning
- Continuity of Leadership, vision & process - Consistency in programing - Consensus toward solidarity & unanimity in purpose & action More information available in document section of website
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