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Welcome to Rotary District 6880
Nominations for District Awards are now open! Each club is encouraged to submit nominations for the following award categories:
- Club Bulletin Award
- Club of Distinction Award
- Club Website Award
- Social Media Award
- Douglas O. Barber Award
- Exemplary Club Award
- Harry P. Hall Award
- Rotarian of the Year Award
- Family Community Service Award
- Avenue of Service Award
- Each Rotarian Reach One Keep One Award
- Jerry Brunson Unsung Hero Award
- J. Barton Greer Citizenship Award
- Steve James Youth Service Award
To learn more about these award categories and to download nomination forms, Click Here!
Nominations close on MARCH 1, 2017!
The Story of Paul Harris
Rotarian Don Pittman shared the story of Paul Harris with us during the 2010 Distict Confernce. This is a very interesting presentation and well worth the watch. Don will also be happy to visit your club and give this presentation for you members as well.
District Grants are designed to support the service activities and/or humanitarian endeavors of districts. A district can request up to 20 percent of its District Designated Funds for a grant that can be used to support multiple projects locally...Read More...
The President Elect Training Seminar (PETS) is designed to provide essential and current information to incoming club presidents in order to prepare them to have an effective and successful year. Presidents-elect will have the opportunity to hear addresses by top...Read More...
Pencils, reams of notebook paper, new clothes, new shoes, a tax free holiday and excitement or dread depending upon the personality can only mean that another school year is about to get underway. Classroom teachers for many years have used their own personal...Read More...
Are you new to Rotary? Finding it a bit of a mystery? Are you overwhelmed by the by the complexity of clubs, Districts, Zones, and International organization? Not sure just where you should start or where you'll fit in or serve best? Well, the following link will...Read More...
Barry began his Rotary relationship in the mid 1970's when joining the Montgomery Rotary Club. In 1995 he helped charter the Montgomery Sunrise Rotary Club. Over his many years in Rotary, Barry served...Read More...
Rotarians and Alumni: Reaching out to Former Ambassadorial Scholars Rotary World Peace Fellows Group Study Exchange team members Carl P. Miller Discovery Grants Rotary Grants for University...Read More...
If you would like to sign up for the Every Rotarian Every Year (EREY) newsletter please use this link. The Every Rotarian, Every Year newsletter offers Annual Programs Fund updates, features on what Rotarians are doing to meet their club goals, and stories illustrating how the Annual Programs Fund contributions enhance people's lives. Updated quarterly, the newsletter will be produced throughout the Rotary year.
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Getting your club on the District website Did you know that the District 6880 website offers your club, and...
The Story of Paul Harris Rotarian Don Pittman shared the story of Paul Harris with us during...
Rotarians build the Philippines' largest artificial reef From a report on Inquirer.net: As a project to protect and rehabilitate...
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New e-learning module:
A new e-learning module, How to Start a Service Project, provides guidance on conducting a needs assessment, selecting a project, finding resources, and implementing a service effort. This module is available in English, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, and Spanish.
Find more e-learning modules in the Rotary E-Learning Center.
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