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Rotary International District 6450, Inc.  401 William Street, P.O. Box 5290, River Forest, IL  60305-5290


 


Come one come all to Fall Training  

October 25th from 9am-12:30pm

DoubleTree Hotel, 1909 Spring Rd, Oak Brook  

 

  Register by October 22, no charge.  After 22nd and walk ins $10.


 

 



Strategic Plan 2013-2016



The Way Forward, Strategic Plan 2013-2016
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  2014 ROADSHOW...is coming to a club near you!
Our District Foundation Team is getting ready to take The Rotary Foundation message on the road. 2014 ROADSHOW SCHEDULE, Seven to Choose From. will be hosted throughout the District between Tuesday, September 23rd and Monday, November 3rd.  Members of the District Foundation Committee will be visiting the Rotary Clubs of Darien, Moraine Valley, Joliet, Oak Park-River Forest, Lansing, Aurora, and Chicago Little Village to share the the life-changing stories of our Foundation's work throughout the Rotary World.   The locations have been selected so host clubs can invite the clubs closest to their meeting locations.  However, all Rotarians are welcome and encouraged to attend whichever of the seven Roadshows is most convenient.  
Contact the club of your choice to secure your reservation.  The Roadshow will pave the way for Rotary International's annual celebration of the Foundation during the month of November.  

 

Questions? Contact Clarmarie Keenan or Chris Reilly.



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District 6450 Leaders
  
September 8, 2014 | Helping Clubs Achieve Success | For Club Presidents & District Leadership
 
 Last Call to Sign up for the September Presidents Roundtable
 Promote the Fall Training to your club leaders and members
 
 
 call to action
 
Meeting preceded by an assistant governors meeting. All Presidents and President Elects encouraged to attend. Register here.
September 18- Presidents Roundtable. 
 
 
The District Board has up to 28 club grants to support membership development. Clubs may complete a form for a new member promotion, event, etc and request up to $250 as a match for the cost of the activity. Forms can be received from membership chair, debi Ross or from the office at office@rotary6450.net.
 
$250 Matching Grant for Membership Development
 
 
Part II - Membership -The webinar continues with comments from Rotary International as it relates to membership and club support.  Another organization that is also conducting research into association membership is Marketing General, Inc.  Their most recent report included information that directly relates to these membership challenges.  Webinar on Membership - Part II
 
Nikki Walker, Global V. P. for Association Management and Consulting 
MCI Group was the first of two speakers at RI webinar on Membership.
This webinar features international membership expert Nikki Walker from MCI group addressing new ways of approaching and thinking about membership and innovative tactics to address changes in people’s attitudes towards joining clubs and associations.  Click here for the full article and share with your membership committee: Webinar on Membership - Part I
 District Membership Chair, debi Ross, says information on a Rotary International Webinar on Membership was fantastic.
   
 
 district events
 
Mid September - Foundation Roadshow.This continues through November 3.
  
October 10-13th-RYLA Weekend. This will be held at Holiday Home Camp in Williams Bay, Wisconsin. To register, learn more, volunteer, sponsor a youth - go here.  
  • RYLA HAS EXPANDED TO 4 DAYS!!
  • Join us for a fun RYLA fundraiser on September 7th at Shannahan's in Woodridge.   Go here for more details - 2014 Tailgating for RYLA
 
   
 October 4 -Rotary Leadership Institute. To register, go here.  

The Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) is a series of fast-paced, interactive, one-day courses offered to refine a Rotarian's leadership skills and increase their base of knowledge in Rotary. 

Courses are fun, topical, interactive, and geared toward busy business and professional persons who want to be more effective leaders in their vocation and club and more knowledgeable Rotarians.

 
   
  

Come one come all to Fall Training  

When: October 25th from 9am-12:30pm

Where: Doubletree Hotel, 1909 Spring Rd, Oak Brook  

Who: any and all Rotarians

Why: learn more about Rotary strategies and best practices and ramp up your leadership and public speaking skills


There will be a plenary session with lots of great content for everyone - My Rotary, how we communicate, District Conference, Paul Harris Home, leadership development, youth exchange and more.

 

Presidents-elect will meet with District Governor Elect Osei during a breakout session, we will have ongoing Secretary/Treasurer training and we would like the Rotaract/Interact/EarlyAct liaisons to meet each other and share ideas.  The rest of the breakouts are geared toward all Rotarians.  

 

Share Membership strategies and best practices, work on your club identity, learn more about Rotary history and structure, start collaborating on community and international projects, and hone your public speaking, conflict management and mentoring skills.  

 

There’s lots to learn and do so join us for Fall Training.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Register now for the Fall Training for Club Leaders and Members
October 25
9:00 - 12:30 PM
  

 


   
November 13 - District Foundation Dinner. Dinner preceded by a reception for members of the Paul Harris Society, Bequest Society and Major Donors.  The dinner will be held at The Abbington in Glen Ellyn.  
   
 club events
 
 Sept 6- Rotary Club of Oswego's Chukkers for Charity - click here.
 

What's Happening at Your Club?

Want to have your club events publicized to the entire district?Send them to news@Rotary6450.net.
 
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BRAND New

Do you want to freshen up your website, newsletter or event announcements?Go to the Rotary Brand Center to find all the elements and templates you need.To see more, Click Here.
 
 Send questions and story ideas to news@rotary6450.net.

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ONLINE DIRECTORY of ROTARY MEMBERS in DISTRICT 6450

All members of Rotary Clubs in District 6450 have a district sponsored web presence as a part of the ClubExpress arrangement.   You can find your club by clicking on Club Locator on the menu on the left.   Please note: the addresses and contact information are maintained by each club through their club web administrator or club secretary and by each member by clicking on 'My Directory Listing' upon login at your club.


As a member of Rotary at your club you have a custom LOGIN to view records and your club directory.   Most of the time your login is firstinitiallastname.  Your password is controlled by you.   Your club LOGIN can also be used at the District web site.  Same login name and password.

If you have difficulty logging in to your club or district, it may be because your club has not updated your anniversary date, please contact your clubs secretary or webmaster to correct.

 

After login you may search the online Directory of Members. In addition you can review the Leadership Roster for club and district leadership.  This listing is also available from your club's website, after login, in your club's listing of Committees.  District committees are at the bottom of the club listings on club websites.

 

2014-2015 Governor Nicki Scott
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