This past week was focused on the future of Rotary in our District. I had the chance to attend the Interact Club of Flagler County Palm Coast High School.
While at the school, I was able to present the Club with the Zone 34 Interact Award.
I had a chance to install the board for 2023/24 and, while I was there, the Club presented their host, The Flagler Palm Coast Culinary Program, with a check for $1,000. Wow!
The club also supports breast cancer. It is clear that we can all be excited about Rotary’s future!
I was told that I was the first District Governor to visit the Rotaract Club of Deland (whether that was true or not, it certainly made me feel important). These young Rotarians are amazing. If I was trying to emulate a Rotarian President, President Sarah Hancock would certainly be at the top of the list. Her organization of their meeting was amazing.
As clubs begin to get their teams ready to take on new roles in 2023/24, Zone 34 has put together 3 Bootcamp Zoom Webinars (each at 6pm): Public Image—April 24; Membership—May 1; Foundation—May 11.
Have you and the key members of your club signed up for the District Training Assembly to get tools for officer and club effectiveness? Have you signed up for the District Conference beginning with our opening dinner on Friday night May 12, continuing through 5pm on Saturday May 13? Details of the weekend’s events, topics and speaker bios and pricing (including ala carte) can all be found on the District 6970 website. We need to make our food commitments on May 5 so prices will become “walk-up” prices beginning on May 5, 2023, so make sure that you register prior to that date.