District Governor Brad and the First Lady Tonya Gamble
District Governor's Message
Greetings Fellow Rotarians,
Now that you have all gotten your banners made by Wayne Clark to display at the District Conference I am hoping you will get your cowboy boots and hats and scarves ready for the Friday night Cowboy Barbecue!!!
I am happy so many folks have signed up for our District Conference and Training Assembly in Talkeetna, May 12-15! Conference details and registration links are on the District website at
Join Tonya and me and all of your friends for a great weekend of fun celebrating another great year of being a gift to the world!
DG Brad Gamble
TIME FOR ROTARY
Rotary District 5010
WE ARE A GIFT TO THE WORLD
Assembly & Convention
GRAND PRIZE WINNER ANNOUNCEMENT!!!
DEBRA MASON IS THE WINNER!
The random draw for the Grand Prize winner for the district conference early bird registration. Donated by K-2 & Rust's Aviation, the lucky recipient receives a Denali Flight-See for two ($600 value). The conference committee is pleased to announce Debra Mason from Anchorage International as the winner!
Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge
May 12-15, 2016
You may begin to reserve rooms starting today, October 1st. Please call 866-845-6338 toll free, or 907-
777-2806 local. You may also email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Either by phone or email, simply say that you
are with the Rotary Conference, and the discounted rate applies.
For any questions please notify
Cheryl Metiva, Co-Chair
2016 District Conference Committee
Michelle O'Brien DGE...Watch out for her Sitka District Conference video...to be unveiled at District Conference)
Believe it or not, the new year is right around the corner. 2016-2017 is a historic year for Rotary. It is not only the 100th Anniversary of the Rotary Foundation, but also the 30th Anniversary of Women in Rotary. Not only that, but there is a very real chance that polio just might be eradicated.
There are many exciting initiatives taking place:
**More flexible membership options
**Creative ways to give to the Rotary Foundation, and how we will recognize those gifts
**The formation of new Rotary Community Corps around the District
**A mentorship initiative for younger Rotarians
**A vigorous effort to attract younger professionals to Rotary
And, of course, much, much, more.
DGN Michelle is passionate about Youth Exchange and the long term affects on our youth. Click on this link and see what her daughter Devin O'Brien is doing:
As we set to turn the corner on another year, I hope to see you in Talkeetna, where we will have another opportunity at District Assembly to discuss these District Team Goals and what you would like to see out of your Rotary District.
See you soon!
ABOUT OUR WANT ADS:
"Brand New! District 5010 Want Ads. We want you!!!
What do we want? We want you and your ideas. For example, how many of you know about how the District is structured or what District positions there are. Or how you could get a District position that is an area you might be interested in. The Want Ads section we may be able to offer some information. We hope to be able to publish District jobs or projects that are either vacant or forecast to be vacant. The ad would include what the position is and what it entails. Also we would list time frames and desirable qualifications. There are a lot of cool District positions that could stimulate your Rotary passion. Jobs where you can really make a difference. But it doesn't have to be just job openings.
Wanted...District 5010 Club for
May 2018 District
onference!!! Kieling DGN
And PETS TRAINERS FOR 2017
1. Wanted: District Conference Host 2018!!!
Eager enthusiastic 5010 Rotary Club to propose their town/facility for the May 2018 District Conference. Administrative Support will be provided by the District Conference Committee in Anchorage but on scene coordination will be required of the Rotary Club(s) in the selected locale. If interested in discussing further call:
Harry Kieling, District Governor 2017-2018.
2. Also, WANTED PNWPETS Trainers for 2017...if you are interested in being a trainer, email me! Thanks.
(See all details at the end of this newsletter)
3. Another thing:
Showboat your awesome club on a poster: Email our famous Poster maker: Wayne Clark (Fairbanks) email@example.com
Diane Fejes named as DG for 2018-19
Future District 5010 Governor Diane Fejes (Also the Leadership Academy Dean) She looks forward to seeing everyone at District Conference!
She will be announcing the District Leadership Academy Graduates!
She is looking forward to seeing everyone there too!
The 2016-17 application will be available at the District Conference and is currently on the District Website. Also....
" Our ongoing goal is to have every club have an applicant at least every other year and groups of members working together are welcome."
"The future leaders and recent Graduates will be overwhelmingly and raucously welcomed into the realm of Rotary Leaders at the Talkeetna District Conference. They are anxious to share their many talents with all of you and their clubs. Once the names are released, please take time to thank them for their time commitment to learning more about Rotary and ask the Graduates what they learned!
Thank you too, to all the faculty - Harriett Schloer, Dan Kennedy and Ariel Talen-Keller, Rosie Roppel, Susan Bethel, Jodi Stuart, and Sondra Kaplan and Will Files.
All students and faculty have been FANTASTIC!!
Diane Fejes, Academy Dean
Andre Layal - Membership Chair
I invite club presidents, and membership chairs in particular, to share what your club is doing in the above areas, and to suggest ways the district Membership Committee can support and strengthen clubs in the above goals areas.
Best wishes, have a great Spring.
D5010 Membership Chair
D5010 Membership Chair
WOODY ANGST - DISTRICT 5010 ROTARY FOUNDATION CHAIR
Annual Fund and Polio Plus Giving Year to Date
As we start April, we are three fourths of the way through this Rotary year. Let's look at our giving to the Rotary Foundation.
Twenty of our 39 clubs have over $100.00 Per Capata Giving to the Annual Fund.
Ten of our 39 clubs recognize over 80% of their members as "Every Rotarian Every Year" participants.
Four of our 39 clubs recognize over 80% of their members as "Paul Harris Sustaining Members."
The district recognizes 622 Paul Harris Sustaining Members, 233 Paul Harris Fellows, 8 Major Donors, and 64 Rotarians eligible for Paul Harris Society membership because of their generous support.
The district has 131.42% Per Capata Giving to the Annual Fund; however,
The district has achieved only 67.7% of its goal for giving to the Annual Fund.
The district has achieved 132.8 % of its goal for giving to the Polio Plus Fund.
The district is recognized as one of the three most generous districts in our zone supporting the Polio Plus Fund.
Now is the time to finish what we started. Let's contribute another $106,000.
Has your club held its annual Rotary Foundation event?
Has your club treasurer sent the check to the Rotary Foundation with both club and Rotarian contributions?
Has each Rotarian in your club given their support for the Rotary Foundation, either through your club or directly to the Foundation?
Has each Rotarian in your club achieved their desired level of support as a "Paul Harris Sustaining Member, A Paul Harris Fellow, a Multiple Paul Harris Fellow, a Paul Harris Society Member, or as a Major Donor?
Remember, our support for the Rotary Foundation is eliminating Polio, resolving local water and sanitation problems, and funding scholarships.
Thank you for your support.
Youth Exchange Marcellin Niset of Juneau Downtown club is a true ambassador
EREY (Every Rotarian Every Year!!!)
The Rotary Foundation is KEY!!!
One of the great ways we do good for the world!!!
Become a Paul Harris Fellow and more!!!
Rotary Friendship Team -
The team is back...stand by for future newsletter for report
YOU TOO CAN HELP ERADICATE POLIO!!!
The girl getting drops, won second place in the R.I. World wide photo contest and was published in the June 2007 edition of "The Rotarian." PHOTO BY JON DEISHER OF ANCHORAGE DOWNTOWN CLUB
Inspired by Jon Deisher, Mary Kowalczyk, Diane Gubatayao and Bess and Clarence Clark joined in the NID Friendship Exchange in India last month!
RYLA...KEEP IN MIND FOR NEXT YEAR!!! IT WAS VERY SUCCESSFUL THIS YEAR!!!
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO HAVE SUPPORTED THIS PROGRAM!
District 5010 hosted the 22st annual Rotary Youth Leadership Awards in The Golden Heart City, Fairbanks, Alaska, Pikes... April 14th - 17th, 2016.
RYLA is a program for teens that are high school sophomores and juniors/in grade 10 and 11.
RYLA Alumni and Rebound Rotary Exchange students (on a space available basis) are also welcome to apply. There is no cost to youth who are selected, as the local Rotary Club pays for the RYLA participants.
RYLA emphasizes leadership, citizenship and personal growth, as participants learn about their own qualities/skills as a leader and the qualities of effective leaders and effective teams. The RYLA program consists of a combination of icebreaker, team building, and experiential problem solving activities as well as group discussions and personal reflection. Participants are introduced to practical leadership topics and issues; presentations from Rotary and community leaders. Opportunities are provided to allow RYLA participants to apply their emerging leadership skills in a variety of challenging activities. We also want the RYLA experience to be memorable with other activities including a barbecue, recreational activities.
The event is co-planned by both RYLA Alumni and Rotarians. RYLA Alumni make sure that the program is fun and relevant to their peers. Alumni have innovative ideas that make sure the days are as interactive as possible and that the adults do not talk for too long. They serve as Alumni Leaders and Facilitators at the event - an opportunity some of the 2016 RYLA participants will have in 2017. We believe that the large number of teens that want to return as RYLA Alumni is an excellent indicator that the program holds the right balance of fun and skill building.
For information about RYLA, check out our Frequently Asked Questions FAQs under Downloads. If you have any additional questions, contact one of the Rotarians below.
Thank you for supporting RYLA!
- See more at: http://rotarydistrict5010.org/SitePage/rotary-youth-leadership-awards-ryla-2016#sthash.lv8MqNUk.dpuf
Rotarian Jonrowe finishes Boston Marathon!
Rotary District Leadership Academy (DLA) 2015-16 is FINISHED!!!
District 5010 LEADERSHIP ACADEMY
If you are interested in joining the team...contact:
Do you know what your Club plans for Membership, Public Image, or RI Foundation/Grants include?
Click here: http://district5010leadershipacademy.org/
ROTARY DISTRICT 5010
Preparing the Rotary leaders of tomorrow
The Leadership Academy is an advanced educational program for those interested
in learning more about Rotary, looking to participate in future leadership
positions and to find more effective ways to conduct Rotary work --- within clubs
or in district Rotary service.
Goal - Club nomination of one or more members to the Academy each Rotary year.
A seven month series of online learning topics - September through April
Open to all Rotarians including past club presidents, presidents elect (PE), presidents
nominee, or other Rotarians who are considering Rotary leadership positions now or in the
WHY PARTICIPATE IN THE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY OR NOMINATE A CLUB MEMBER?
Our many past Graduates express surprise at all they learn about Rotary and how Best In Class clubs work. All clubs will benefit from having more members attend and learn about Rotary outside their club.
WHAT ARE THE TOPICS?
Rotary's Sources and Leadership: How to find Information to best lead Clubs
Membership - To grow a strong Rotary Club
Public Image For Effective Rotary Clubs
Youth Services - Interact, Rotaract, Youth Exchange, RYLA and others
Structure and Organization - Club, District and Rotary International
The Rotary Foundation - Grant applications and MORE
Each course is approximately one month in length with an average of 10 hours per month
WHO ARE THE FACULTY?
The faculty are experienced Rotarians, drawn from all areas of the district. They include past governors, assistant governors, other district leaders and Rotarians with professional experience in adult education.
WHY A LEADERSHIP ACADEMY?
1. Gain/Expand in-depth Rotary knowledge (Rotary "Graduate School"!)
2. Online learning on an individualized schedule
3. Balanced curriculum of Rotary topics
4. Leadership development and Personal growth
5. Develop/update Club long range planning
6. Opportunity to serve and effect change
7. Connect with other Rotarians from throughout District 5010
8. Fellowship, friendship and fun!
WHAT IS THE COST?
Tuition in the Academy is $130. Clubs are highly encouraged to support the tuition for their
HOW DOES SOMEONE ENROLL?
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org by August 1, 2016
Dean - 2013-17, District 5010 Leadership Academy
District 5010 Leadership Academy 2016-17
Club Presidents ... Thank you for recognizing the great work of your club!!!
Club Presidents and Board of Directors,
THANK YOU TO ALL OF YOU WHOM HAVE RECOGNIZED THE GREAT WORK OF YOUR CLUB MEMBERS!!!
There are a lot of Presidential Citations from the great work of your clubs!!! The only way a Presidential Citation can be awarded is by the president updating information on My Rotary!
Shelter Box - Ecuador!!!
The Ecuadorian government has formally requested international aid and the shelter cluster has been activated. A ShelterBox Response Team, led by Jon Berg (UK) and Kara Lapso (US), is now traveling to Ecuador to assess the level of destruction and what type of emergency shelter is needed. ShelterBox has pre-positioned aid in nearby Colombia, as well as in Panama and Bolivia, which can be quickly transported into the country if a deployment is activated.
This earthquake follows a string of disasters disrupting the lives of families all around the world. In the last week alone, there have been other quakes in Japan, Myanmar, Vanuatu and Afghanistan. The people of Fiji are struggling in the aftermath of Cyclone Winston. Conflict rages on in Cameroon, while floods have devastated parts of Paraguay, and the ongoing conflict and subsequent refugee crisis continues from Syria.
THIS IS WHY WE NEED YOUR HELP
We need to pre-position ShelterBoxes, ShelterKits, tents and other lifesaving equipment to shelter families displaced by disaster and conflict. Behind each of these emergencies, there are families left without homes, food, blankets, light or hope. Help ShelterBox stay prepared for the worst day ever.
Juneau Interact Club!
Juneau Douglas High School Interact 2015-2016
Achieves the Presidential Citation
NOTE: Clubs must document meeting at least five of eight goals; this club documented meeting six goals toward the Citation
Participate in at least one activity that promotes international understanding.
Throughout November, JDHS Interact gathered toys through an advisory competition to send to children in developing world countries through Operation Christmas Child. When presenting the project to our classes and creating announcements for our school's bulletin board and the intercom, members learned more about why the project is important and why our club chooses to participate in it year after year. Members learned why donating a towel and soap was just as important as donating a toy, since all things are usually difficult to acquire and are thus valued just as much. And through teaching peers what they should donate, this understanding was further solidified in our brains.
Introduce your members to other Rotary opportunities for young leaders, such as RYLA and Rotary Youth Exchange.
During our weekly lunch meetings, camps like RYLA and programs like Rotary Youth Exchange are almost always mentioned. This year, there were two applicants to RYLA after promoting it a month before the deadline. As for the Rotary Youth Exchange, we held a small party welcoming our current Exchange students from both JDHS and TMHS where they could try food and hang out. During this party, Interactors were welcome to come and meet the students and learn more about the program.
Participate in an event to build awareness of, or to raise funds for, the polio eradication campaign.
Towards the beginning of the Interact year, several members of the JDHS Interact club participated in a fun run and/or participated in a radio show as part of Rotary's polio eradication campaign. At the fun run, a member of ours helped and sold waffles as part of the cause. At the radio event, two members sat in at KINY to help boost World Polio day, and helped man the fundraising stand that was outside the radio station. Later that week members gave out leftover PolioPlus pins to friends to spread awareness.
Participate in a school or community service project or fundraiser that supports one of Rotary's areas of focus.
In November, the JDHS Interact club organized, led, and participated in the Homeless Awareness Sleep Out. Members learned about homelessness in Alaska through various educational activities, promoted awareness before, during, and after the event, and also raised almost $3,000 for the Juneau School District Homeless Fund and the Zach Gordon Youth Center.
Collaborate with one of Rotary's service partners.
When working in events put on by Rotary, we work their many partners. Examples include gift-packing at the Salvation Army, Glory Hole meal preparation and PolioPlus.
Participate in a career day or mentoring activity.
In March, a couple of our Interact members participated in Read Across America. Members stressed the importance of reading and helped young children with arts and crafts while at the event.
[JDHS Interact is sponsored by the Juneau Gastineau Rotary Club]
Ketchikan First City Renovation of a shelter built in 1997
Interact of Kayhi and the Schoenbar Middle School Interact Clubs of Ketchikan also Achieve the Presidential Citations!!!
Kayhi Rotary Interact threw a Thank You party for First City Rotary and honored Cathy Gucker for her years of service at Kayhi as their advisor. Cathy wants to thank all Rotarians and Non-Rotarians whom have helped out with the group during their Trunk er Treats, Pie Auction at the Pioneer Home...Funds going for elder's activities, etc. They have one major event most months besides staying in touch with and raising funds for the School in Tanzania...7 year relationship now!
The Youth Exchange group attends Interact too at Kayhi
Kayhi Pioneer Pie Auction!
Below: Schoenbar Middle School Interact Club is sponsored by Rotary 2000 and is a fun group of energetic young people led by Steve Boehlert!
Youth Exchange in Full Tilt!!!
Carolina on the right, with friends LeAnn Lapeyri and Alissa Lund
Prom at Petersburg High, Apr 30.
The theme was Hollywood Nights
Our Youth Exchange Program is in overdrive right now.
"Outbounds" are getting their presentations together, "Inbounds" are getting VISAs ready for travel, YEO are looking for Host families and vetting counselors, "Rebounds" are getting ready for fall Prom is always a big deal for our visitors. Our "Inbounds in country" are getting ready for their Southwest Tour and end of the year activities and the "Outbounds are getting ready for "Spring Orientation". High School and Club Guarantee forms are being put in place, shot records are being reviewed and RECRUITING WILL HAPPEN IN AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER to find new "Outbounds". Congratulations to YEO and their teams for working so hard.
Here are a few pictures of our "Inbounds"!
Juneau Project Amigo
|Team Juneau after painting and pouring concrete for a new kitchen at Queseria Migrant Camp.
Want a great way to immerse yourself in the mission of Rotary? Take 25 fellow Rotarians and family to Project Amigo near Colima Mexico! President Charlie Williams of Glacier Valley Rotary led 16 Rotarians and 10 family members to Central America to spend a week doing construction work and literacy projects in and among the sugar cane migrant camps in the central Mexican State of Colima. Project Amigo has been around for about 30 years and is the result of the long and hard work of Ted and Susan Rose, Rotarians from California, who saw the desperate need to improve the healthcare and educational attainment of the indigenous population of Mexico. Project Amigo sponsors 'work weeks' in which you fly into or out of Manzanillo (an AK Air destination) or Guadalajara, and are picked up and delivered to Cofradia de Suthcitlan, Colima, Mexico. Accommodations are modern and nice, food is provided and you get to witness the meaning of rotary in 8 days. It's safe and a great place to take your kids, and is life changing. Cultural and sightseeing is part of the package too! Want more information?
or email Charlie at
or Max Mertz at
. Three pictures of the trip:
|Two wonderful little girls about to receive new school supplies that Team Juneau brought to Mexico.
|The nearby Colima Volcano in mid-eruption.
Juneau Rotaract Club reinvigorated
We in Juneau are very excited that the Juneau Rotaract Club has become active again! Our Rotaract President is Alex Brown and our Rotaract Vice-President is Lauren Culp.
President of Club 98, District 5010
Juneau Youth Exchange meet with the Alaska Governor Walker
The Juneau Exchange Students from Rotary, YES, AFS and Amicus got the chance to meet with Governor Bill Walker this Tuesday. It was a 30-minute talk about our impressions about Alaska, our surprises, discoveries, adventures,... It was really interesting and a great experience.
MAT-SU SERTOMA PLUNGE JUMP FOR HEARING HEALTH!
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Rotarians supports the Sertoma club (you can see the Rotary logo in the image of Les and Keany in the super-hero pose. They were superheroes!) so, it's Rotarian's (and our YE student from Indonesia) joining forces with another service organization (several other Rotarians are Sertomans as well--Sondra Kaplan, Eddie Ezell, etc.) Also, Les raised the most money for the plunge and our Rotary Students raised the most as group (girls and Keany?).
Check here for the full Article! http://sertoma.org/mat-su-sertoma-plunge-jump-for-hearing-health/
Eclub and new Banner - Free grat of Wayne Clark of Fairbanks...Thank you!
|George Frushour President of EClub - EClub with new poster at the Young Professional Summit in Anchorage.
Elks Youth Camp invitation
ASEA Youth Camp Application Packet...see below
n an effort to fill our ASEA Camp to capacity this year (only 71% filled in 2015), I have attached the complete Youth Application Packet The application deadline is
Go to this site for more information: http://www.alaskastateelks.org/camp.htm
Tom Stroozas - CFSP, RCGC, CFE
Stroozas & Associates, LLC
P. O. Box 1481
Homer, AK 99603
"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction".
Rotary International Monthly themes and dates - 2015-16 calendar
Visit this calendar throughout the year to find award deadlines and convention and event information. Develop meeting agendas, projects, or public image campaigns based on these special occasions. All dates are subject to change.
The Rotary Months designations changed, effective 1 July 2015. You'll find the new ones below, in the 2015-16 calendar. Use them at your regular meetings to promote Rotary's involvement in these activities.
1 July - Start of new Rotary officers' year of service
Membership and New Club Development Month
Economic and Community Development Month
Disease Prevention and Treatment Month
15 December - Early registration discount ends for RI Convention
Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution Month
23 February - Rotary's anniversary
Youth Services Month
28 May-1 June - RI Convention, Seoul, Korea
Wanted-Training Leaders for PETS 2017 Request from DGN Keiling
Wanted-Training Leaders for PETS 2017
District 5010 is looking for a few good Educational Session Training Leaders to facilitate sessions in next
year's Pacific Northwest President Elect Training Seminar. These Training Leaders will have the following
Participate in the PETS group process to lead or assist in development and review of shared
Prepare for instruction of sessions, including acquisition and study of in-depth information on topics
Develop own final presentation of the shared curriculum for assigned topics
Work jointly with other members of the Training Leader team and Training Leader Coordinator to
develop specific adaptations/presentation of shared content
Participate in/Lead district or other Rotary sessions in the six months prior to PETS to further
sharpen content and presentation skills
Participate in orientation and training meetings for PETS Training Leaders held by teleconference
and in person as described in section F.
Act as the primary leader in conducting an assigned topic session at PETS using shared curriculum
A competitive selection process for PETS Training Leaders will choose the best-qualified, most
highly-effective Training Leaders available from applications from the nine districts on a pooled
Rotarians who wish to apply will provide information in a standardized format for consideration
including a summary of experience and training references; a brief audio or video segment may
be provided as an additional option. Instructors will be selected after an interview and reference
process, determination of the Rotarian's ability to serve and approval by the PNWPETS
Operating Committee and Board of Directors.
Recognized as dynamic group speaker/educator/facilitator; demonstrated skills in leading group
processes with exceptional ability to speak in front of a group
Solid and current knowledge of Rotary and its programs
Past service as an effective club president required; additional leadership experience at the
district level highly desirable
Ability to teach specific session content per a standardized leader's guide, while utilizing his/her
High level of energy to present an intensive schedule of sessions
Excellent interpersonal skills
Effective in teaching highly-interactive sessions using a variety of instructional methodologies
Additional consideration will be given to those with a profession or background providing
supplementary experience in the responsibilities of this position as these Rotarians have proven
to be some of the most effective and highly-rated leaders at PETS
Ability to participate in preparation activities during the six months prior to PETS, averaging 7 to
10 hours monthly in preparation; including participation in at least one in-person training sessions
for two days during the six months prior to PETS
Willingness to participate in PETS curriculum development team and to instruct district other
training sessions throughout the year as assigned by the district leadership team or to lead
training in other venues to support preparation for PETS educational sessions
Ability to devote two to three days onsite in Seattle in advance of PETS and significant time to
training preparation during PETS; may not be able to participate in some of other PETS sessions
due to Training Leader responsibilities
Preparation and training will be conducted primarily by conference call, emails and individual
preparation for content and curriculum in the six months prior to PETS. It is expected to average
7 to 10 hours/month. The most intense schedule will occur during the six months prior to PETS.
Participation in a Webinar with other Training Leaders on the assigned topics as lead by the PNW
PETS Curriculum Chair.
Participation in the Training Leader Workshop in Seattle approximately four weeks before PETS
Participation in onsite preparation in Seattle on Thursday prior to PETS for session instructors,
and for support assistants on Thursday
Serving as a leader for Rotary training at the district level or in other venues in during the six
months prior to PETS as additional preparation as designated by district or other Rotary
Preliminary Schedule & Expenses for Training Leaders
Instructor Preparation Pre-Workshop for Instructors - Seattle
Two and a half-day planning and preparation workshop January 27-29, 2017.
Final PETS Preparation Workshop for Instructors - Seattle
Thursday, February 23, 2016 beginning at 1:00 PM;
Pacific Northwest PETS - Seattle
Friday to Sunday, February 24-26, 2016.
If you are interested and would like more information please contact Harry Kieling, District 5010
Governor 2017-18. 425-354- 8700, email@example.com. Preliminary applications must be
Thank you for being Rotarians and sharing your gifts.
DG Brad Gamble
In Rotary Spirit,
Rosie Roppel News Editor -
Next deadline is right after District Conference in May 2016
PLEASE SEND TO ME!!! THANKS ROTARIANS!
The Rotary Club of Ketchikan First City
(I want to thank all of your who have posted to Facebook, Clubrunner, and have sent in photos and information for the newsletter..."Be a Gift to the World")
Rotary District 5010
2016 DISTRICT 5010 CONFERENCE