“Proven Strategies to Increase Membership”
Please plan to attend. We are doing the same program twice:
July 29, 2017
UNC Charlotte City Center
320 E 9th Street, Charlotte, NC 28202
September 9, 2017
Mitchell Community College
219 N. Academy Street, Mooresville, NC 28115
If you only go to one District Meeting this year this has to be the one. This program has been used in other Districts with truly remarkable results, after years of flat or declining membership they are all seeing positive growth in membership.
8:30am - Registration
9:00-noon - Three 50 minute sessions with a break in between
Light Refreshments will be served
These sessions will be conducted by:
Zone 33 Rotary Coordinator PDG Chris Jones
Zone 33 Asst Rotary Coordinator PDG Billi Black
District 7680 Membership Chair PDG Glenn Hood
Intended for all Club Presidents, Club Membership Chairs and all AG’s
Registration will start at 8:30, meeting will start at 9am and we will be done by noon. Light refreshments will be served. For information and to register please visit the Calendar on the District Database.
Every year, we host a Mid-Year Assembly in February. Join your fellow Rotarians to learn more and to exchange ideas on Membership, Fundraising, Projects, Effective Communications, District Conference and Atlanta Convention and more.
UNCC Downtown Charlotte 320 E. Ninth Street, Charlotte NC. • MAP
Who should attend: All Presidents, Presidents Elect, Secretaries, Membership and Foundation Chairs, Area of Service Chairs, Club Officers and Interested Rotarians.
Event Registration is a FREE and Parking is FREE - Make sure you have your parking pass printed out, the link to your parking pass will be included in your registration email confirmation.
Are you a young professional? Does your company hire young professionals? Do you want to network with young professionals? Does your club support the development of young professionals in Rotary and Rotaract? Do you want to learn more about leadership? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, you will want to register and attend the Young Leaders Summit held at Queens University on April 8 and 9.
Register now... Space is limited! While registration takes place on Eventbrite, you can access the details here:
Register NOW for Young Leaders Summit by Rotaract for Young Professionals 18-40 or send your regrets that you cannot attend by clicking here.
We have lots of events for Rotarians throughout the District to come together for service opportunities, social interactions, and professional development thoughout the year.
An Elegant Evening to Celebrate a Century of Doing Good
Friday, November 17, 2017
The Ballantyne Hotel & Lodge
May 18-20, 2018
District Assembly, followed by the All Clubs (District) Conference with District 7750 at the Embassy Suites in Charleston, SC
February 21, 2016
What is the Rotary Global Swimarathon?
A one-day, 24 hour swim to End Polio. Countries from all over the world organize swim events within the same weekend in an effort to raise money to End Polio. Swim 125 yards (5 lanes) and donate $5 to End Polio. Swimmers of all abilities are welcome. In February 2012 - Rotary Global Swimarathon (RGS) set Guinness world record for most swimmers swimming 100 meters in same hour - 4546 swimmers were recorded at 64 events (featuring 112 clubs) in 23 countries. $105,963 was raised for End Polio Now. 2016 will be the 5th anniversary, RGS team is looking to organize something very special - inviting back all the clubs who've taken part over the last 5 years plus giving a big promotional push to get even more clubs involved. The team would be looking towards participation from 50 countries and 10,000 swimmers taking part.
When is the event held?
The event is typically scheduled close to Rotary’s Birthday – 23rd February.
Who is the beneficiary of the event?
The funds raised for this project will benefit Rotary’s signature project End Polio Now. In District 7680, in 2015 we raised $3,105. With 2 to 1 match (up to U.S. $35 million per year) by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation we provided 9315 Polio vaccinations.
How can your club get involved?
Swimarathon is a fun and family event. Make it a membership drive. Invite your local swim teams, friends, family, guests and prospective Rotarians, to get involved. The event is promoted by leveraging technology and social media tools. In 2016, we look forward to raise $15,000 and provide 45,000 Polio Vaccinations.
Twitter - Rotary Global Swimarathon | #ncrotaryswim
Interested? Do you work or have a contact with a local YMCA?
October 10, 2015
This wonderful two hour boat ride is a thank you to our existing Paul Harris Society members, our Major Donors, Bequest Society members and Benefactors. We invite all Rotarians who have stepped up recently to these giving levels to join with us.
A Paul Harris Fellow who takes the next step on becoming a Paul Harris Society Member is a member that commits $1000 a year to the Foundation as long as he or she is capable off sustaining that level of giving.
For out of town guests we offer the Davison Hilton Homewood Suites to spend the night. We are still in the process of details and time, but mark your calendar for this date. Fun and fellowship at its best.