The October 15th Grants Seminar, the first of two events, was held at Utica College and welcomed over 30 Rotarians. The seminar walks you through the process of applying for a grant, the rules for how you can use a grant, where that money comes from and more.
It is required that every club have at least two members attend this seminar in order to be eligible to apply for a grant. Thanks to this first seminar we already have ten clubs eligible to apply! If you missed this one or it was too long of a trek, the second one will be Saturday, January 7th at the East Syracuse Fire Station #2. It is free to attend, but organizers are requesting everyone register in advance so we have enough materials and refreshments for everyone!
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The OneRotary Summit, which many participated in at the District Conference last spring, will be an annual function in District 7150. The event shows Rotarians where membership, foundation giving and public image intersect and work together through problem-solving activities. It is a hands-on learning experience that will teach you about promoting Rotary in ways that will grow your club and support our foundation!
Join your District Membership Chair (and PDG) Deb Glisson, District Foundation Chair Mark Matt and District Public Image Chair Lizzy Flinn-Brown, as well as Rotarians from all of our district’s 43 clubs to participate on Saturday, January 7th. This event is in connection with the Grants Seminar.
Participation is free, but we ask that you register online in advance so we have enough materials and refreshments for everyone!
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Remember the power of social media – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram – when thinking about how to promote Rotary. It all starts with the Rotary District 7150 Facebook page (like it!), your club’s social media and don’t forget your own social media pages. You should be an out and proud Rotarian!
Share about End Polio Now, the RI Foundation Centennial, your club’s events and news and share often!
Be sure to review the Rotary International leadership kits. Click here to download digital manuals for all of your club positions.
Be sure your club is working towards this prestigious recognition. It outlines the goals that your club should be working to achieve in the coming year.
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THIS YEAR'S THEME: Paul Harris, founder of Rotary believed that serving humanity is “the most worthwhile thing a person can do.” Rotary provides the opportunity of a lifetime to change the world for the better, forever through Rotary’s service to humanity. We need more willing hands, more caring hearts, and more bright minds to move Rotary’s work forward.
Click here for more information on the Rotary International Foundation Centennial and ideas on how you can celebrate it in style!