District 7690 Reference Manual - Tommy Rosser District Governor 2020-2021 - Carolinas' PETS

 
District 7690 Reference Manual - Tommy Rosser District Governor 2020-2021 - Carolinas' PETS
District 7690
Reference Manual

            Tommy Rosser
          District Governor
                  2020-2021
District 7690 Reference Manual - Tommy Rosser District Governor 2020-2021 - Carolinas' PETS
District Breakout Session – Friday, March 6th
9:00 am – 11:15 am
9:00-9:10    Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance                         DG Randy Perkins
             Introduction of District Governor Elect

9:10-9:15    Leadership Team 2020 Introductions                         DGE Tommy Rosser

9:15-9:45    District Goals & Vision 2021:                              DGE Tommy Rosser
             District Achievement Awards

9:45-10:00   Our Rotary Foundation                                  DRFC Claudia Cannady

10:00-10:05 Paul Harris Society                                          PDG David McCoy

10:05-10:15 End Polio Now – Polio Plus                                   DG Randy Perkins

10:15-10:20 Annual Fund                                                   PDG Mike Conrad

10:20-10:45 Membership                                                   PDG Charles Allen

10:45-10:50 Rotary Leadership Institute                                 DGND Debbie Scott

10:50-10:57 Team Building                                               DGND Debbie Scott

10:57-11:05 President Nominees                                           DGN Chris Justice

11:05-11:15 Wrap-up & Adjourn                                           DGE Tommy Rosser

1:30-2:30    “Planning Your Year of Effective Leadership”                     Ricky Lickey

District Breakout Session – Saturday, March 7th
8:45 am – 9:45 am

8:45-8:50    Welcome                                                    DGE Tommy Rosser

8:50-9:15    Presentation / Communication Skills             Karen Pollard – Assist. Trainer

9:15-9:20    Youth Services                                    Erica Parker – District Chair

9:20-9:25    Youth Exchange                                 Edward Woodall – District Chair

9:25-9:33    District Conference                                    Jim Fradenburg - Chair

9:33-9:45    Questions & Wrap-up                                        DGE Tommy Rosser

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Table of Contents

Your Year Begins Now!...............................................……………………………………………………………4
District Training and Events Dates 2020-2021…………………………………………………………...5
District Leadership Team……………………………...………………………………………………………..…6
Rotary International Vision Statement & Goals………………………………………………………....15
District Goals……………………….……………………………………………………………………………….…16
District Strategic Plan 2020-2021: Encouraging Collaborative Innovation…………………17
Vision 2021: District Achievement Award…….………………………………………………………….18
Presidential Priorities……………………….…………………………………………………………………….22
Club President’s Calendar………………….…………………………………………………………………….23
District Governor’s Club Visit Schedule…………………………………………………………………….27
Club Brag Sheet……………………….………………………………………………………………………………28
Membership Information…………….……………………………………………………………………..29-36
Foundation Goals 2020-2021…………….…………………………………………………………………….37
        Polio Plus Promise………………………………………………………………………………………38
        End Polio Now Goals…….....………………………………………………..…………………………39
        Policy for Grant Funding.………………………………………………………...…………………..40
        District Grants…………………………………………………………………………………………….41
        Our Foundation – Club Recognitions……….………………………………………..………….43
Rotary Youth Exchange……………………….……………………………………………………………….….44
Four Way Test Speech Contest.…………….……………………………………………………………….…45
Rotary Youth Leadership Program (RYLP)...………………………………………………………….…46
Rotaract……………………..……………………….………………………………………………………………….47
Interact……………………………………………….……………………………………………………………….…48
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI)..……….……………………………………………………………….…49
District Conference 2021 …………………….……………………………………………………………….…50

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YOUR YEAR BEGINS NOW!
                  Make it Happen!

Build an Awesome Team
•   Plan early and surround yourself with capable members
•   Work with the Club Leadership to fill key positions
•   Identify talented, high-energy people to be a part of your team

Plan and Be Prepared
•   Create and implement a 5 year strategic plan
•   Define Rotary as it should exist in your club
•   Visit other Clubs and talk to fellow Presidents-Elect for opportunities and ideas
•   Create or update a plan for membership growth
•   Make sure new members are a good fit for your club
•   Plan effective service projects and fundraisers; include both check writing and elbow grease
•   Continue to support past projects that carry on into your year
•   Formulate/Review an annual budget and long-range plan
•   Prepare an effective weekly meeting agenda and program
•   Never be afraid to delegate – you can’t know or do everything yourself
•   Work with your Area Governor, Foundation Advocate, Membership Advocate
•   Support the Rotary Foundation with pledged gifting
•   Support your giving to Polio Plus
•   Promote attendance at district training opportunities

Have Vision
•   Vision 2021 - Use the Governor’s District Achievement Award as a roadmap to success!
•   Identify two or three things you want to do, then make them happen
•   Lead with a Story – a good story communicates more and is better remembered
•   Remember that planning is key, but action is where the service is
•   It is all about relationships - leverage existing ones and create new ones
•   You cannot thank people enough. People appreciate being appreciated!
•   Be enthusiastic and enjoy this special opportunity to lead your club!

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DISTRICT TRAINING and EVENT DATES 2020-2021

2020

February 6     District Leadership Training AGs, FAs, & MAs   High Point Country Club

February 8     Grants Management & Pre-PETS                   Randolph Community College,
                                                              Asheboro
February 20    Grants Management & Pre-PETS                   Village Inn, Clemmons

February 29    Four-Way Speech Contest                        GTCC Jamestown Campus

March 5-7      CAROLINA PETS                                  Koury Convention Center

April 2        Membership Summit                              AVS Banquet Center, Asheboro

April 24-26    District Conference                            Hilton Kingston Plantation
                                                              Myrtle Beach, SC
May 15         District Training Assembly                     GTCC Jamestown Campus

June 6-10      R.I. Convention                                Honolulu, Hawaii

June 18        District Installation Banquet                  Carolina Trace Country Club

September 12   Fall Seminar (1)                               RCC, Asheboro

September 17   Fall Seminar (2)                               Village Inn, Clemmons

September 24   Ray Taylor Golf Tournament                     Carolina Trace Country Club

October        Paul Harris Society Dinner                     TBD

November       Foundation Banquet                             TBD

2021

April 16-18    District Conference                            The Omni Grove Park Inn
                                                              Asheville, NC

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Tommy Rosser
                       Rotary 7690 District Governor 2020-2021

                       Tommy grew up in Broadway, NC, and is a graduate of NC State University.
                       Following graduation, he relocated to Winston-Salem working in the sales field
                       before moving back to the Sanford area where he managed a grocery store for
                       seven years. In 1987, Tommy made a career change going into the insurance
                       and financial services industry. In 2000, he joined Consolidated Planning as a
                       Financial Planner and is a Registered Investment Advisor.

Tommy owns and operates Rosser Financial Group, LLC dba Consolidated Planning of Sanford
specializing in individual financial, retirement and estate planning. He is a Certified Exit Planner helping
business owners with business succession and business exit planning. He has earned the designations
of Charter Financial Consultant, Retirement Income Certified Professional, Certified Exit Planner and Life
Underwriter Training Council Fellow.

In August of 2000, Tommy joined the Sanford Rotary Club where he served in several positions before
serving as President from 2005-2006. Tommy received the honor of Rotarian of the Year of the Sanford
Club in 2002 and 2007. He has served as Area 10 TRF Representative and as Area 10 Assistant District
Governor. While serving as Area 10 Assistant District Governor, Tommy was instrumental in forming the
new Pittsboro Rotary Club and new Interact Club in Sanford. He was awarded The Rotary Foundation
District Service Award in 2007. Tommy and Glenda were the Rotary International President’s
representative host for the 2016 District Conference.

He is a Bequest Society Member, Sustaining Member, Paul Harris Society Member and Benefactor.
Tommy and his wife, Glenda are both Paul Harris Fellows.

He has also served in several non-profit organizations. Tommy has been an active member of Broadway
Baptist Church since 1984 where he has served in numerous positions including Deacon.

Tommy and Glenda were married in 1980 and have lived in Broadway for the past 36 years. Glenda is a
graduate of Campbell University and is Financial Services Supervisor with the City of Sanford. Their son,
Justin, is a police officer with the Apex Police Department and is married to Alicia with two step sons.
Their daughter, Amber, is a Mortgage Loan Officer, is married to Derek Cameron and they have one
son. Amber is a member of the Sanford Rotary Club where she served as President of her club and has
served in a District leadership role. Tommy enjoys spending time with his family, going to the beach,
fishing and playing golf.

                                                                                         Tommy Rosser
                                                                                          P.O. Box 328
                                                                                   Broadway, NC 27505

                                                                                 Cell: 919-356-4614
                                                                               Work: 919-776-8500
                                                                 Email: TommyRosser@Rotary7690.org
                                                                                       Club: Sanford
                      Tommy & Glenda Rosser
                                                                            Member since: 8/27/2000

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Chris Justice
                        Rotary 7690 District Governor 2021-2022
                        Chris grew up in Wilmington, NC graduating from New Hanover High School.
                        After high school, he served in the Army for three years. Chris went on to earn
                        his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the University of North
                        Carolina at Wilmington. He then earned his law degree from the University of
                        Baltimore and was admitted to the North Carolina State Bar in 1999. Chris and
                        his wife Stephanie live in Summerfield NC where they raise their five children,
                        three dogs, 15 chickens, and the cat. Stephanie is a real estate broker with the
                        Justice Group and runs a successful real estate business in the Triad area. Both
                        are very active in the community. The children have been bitten by the Rotary
                        bug and participate in service projects. Caley attended the Rotary Youth
                        Leadership Program in the summer of 2018 and Gavin attended in 2019.

Chris built his first law practice into a successful mid-sized firm practicing in multiple areas of law and
locations. In 2012, he sold his interest in that firm, then opening a smaller firm where he currently practices
law. The Justice Law Group primarily focuses on residential real estate closings and District Court matters.
Chris occasionally takes on larger profile civil and criminal cases. The smaller sized practice has given him
the ability to focus more on service related activities.

In 2008, Chris joined the Gate City Rotary Club. He has been the Sergeant at Arms, Club Administrator,
Club Secretary, Fundraiser Chair, Speaker Coordinator, and Club President. Gate City continued its Gold
Club streak during Chris’s year as President in 2016-2017. Chris has worked over the past few years to grow
and organize Gate City’s scholarship fund that will soon award its first $10,000 annual scholarship. He also
started Gate City’s Toys for Tots program that is run in coordination with the Club’s annual Christmas
breakfast. Chris continues to support many of Gate City’s projects as well as other projects championed by
the members of Gate City.

Community involvement has always been a family focus. Chris is a founding member of a group that started
a school for children with Autism in Greensboro. Lionheart Academy of the Triad was born in 2012 and is in
its 4th academic year as of 2018-2019. Chris’s son Curran will be in the school’s first graduating class in
2020. Much of Chris’s service has been focused around youth. He served on the Guilford County Juvenile
Crime Commission Counsel for many years and has also been a steady volunteer as a judge for the Guilford
County Teen Court program. He continues to serve with a local not for profit that has donated more than
$140,000 to the athletic programs of local schools over the last 12 years.

Chris and Stephanie’s children are all very active and keep the family busy most days. In his spare time,
Chris enjoys politics, trail running, and restoring old arcade cabinets and pinball machines.

                                                                                                Chris Justice
                                                                                       6099 Moores Creek Dr
                                                                                     Summerfield, NC, 27358
                                                                                          336-580-6626 (c)
                                                                                          336-790-2244 (o)
                                                                                ChrisJustice@Rotary7690.org

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Debbie Scott
                        Rotary 7690 District Governor 2022-2023
                        Debbie was born in Orlando, Florida and graduated from the University of Florida.
                        She moved to North Carolina in 2018 and is a member of the Jonesboro-Sanford
                        Rotary Club. Debbie has been in Rotary since January 1995 and has perfect
                        attendance since the day she joined. Debbie received Rookie Rotarian of the Year
                        award in 1995 from her 285 member Gainesville Rotary Club. She held numerous
                        positions in this club and became President in 2000-01. Debbie became Assistant
                        Governor in District 6970 from 2001–03 and had the honor to charter two new
                        clubs in Ocala, FL. She also was District 6970 Treasurer in 2003-05.

Debbie moved to Michigan in 2005 and became Assistant Governor in District 6330 from 2006-08. Debbie
then moved back to Florida and became the District 6950 Foundation Annual Giving Chair from 2013-14
and Foundation Area Rep from 2014-17. The Trustees of The Rotary Foundation in 2016 bestowed upon
Debbie the Citation for Meritorious Service in recognition of her outstanding service to The Rotary
Foundation.

Debbie was District 7690 Area Foundation Advocate in 2019-20. Debbie is a Multiple Paul Harris Fellow,
Paul Harris Society Member, Bequest Society member and Benefactor.

Debbie has had the honor of becoming a faculty member of the Zone 33 Mid Atlantic Division Rotary
Leadership Institute.

Since 1983 Debbie has held an active Florida Real Estate License and was a Multi-Million Dollar Producer.
She was voted BEST of BEST Winner for Real Estate agent from 2013-17. Debbie also has her North
Carolina Ral Estate License as of February 2019 and is a Realtor at Sanford Real Estate. She has a
daughter and son-in-law and 2 grandsons here in North Carolina.

                                                                                             Debbie Scott
                                                                                       115 Peachtree Lane
                                                                                       Sanford, NC, 27332
                                                                                        352-665-8282 (c)
                                                                             DebbieScott@Rotary7690.org

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2020-2021 DISTRICT ORGANIZATION CHART
 District Council                                           Chairs of Events & Special Committees

District Governor                     Tommy Rosser          4 Way Test Speech Contest     Karen Morris
District Governor Elect               Chris Justice         A/V                           Joshua Huffman
District Governor Nominee             Debbie Scott          C.A.R.T.                      Gary Everhart
Immediate Past District Governor      Randy Perkins         District Database             Christie Smith
Rotary Foundation Chair               PDG Claudia Cannady   Golf Tournament               PDG Don Allred & PDG Patrick Eakes
Vice Governor                         PDG Larry Lassiter    District Newsletter           Christie Smith
District Governor Aide                PDG Lloyd Navarro     District Website              PDG Phil Morris
District Administrator                Christie Smith        PETS                          Chris Justice, DGE
District Treasurer                    Lewis Ritchie         Photographer                  PDG Phil Morris
                                                            Rotary Int’l. Convention      Chris Justice, DGE
                                                            Rotary Leadership Institute   Makeba Gregg
                                                            Rotary Club Central           Dave McCoy

 Chairs of Rotary Foundation Committees                     Chairs of District Committees

DRFC Chair                         PDG Claudia Cannady       District Conference 2021          Jim Fradenburg
Endowment/Major Gifts              PDG Gary Bray             District Trainer 2020             Debbie Scott, DGN
Annual Fund                        PDG Mike Conrad           Family of Rotary                  PDG Larry Lassiter
Paul Harris Society                PDG David McCoy           Finance                           Lewis Ritchie
Polio Plus                         PDG Randy Perkins         Membership                        PDG Charles Allen
Grants Chair                       Marion Goldwasser         Nominations                       PDG Jon Spillman
    Global Grants                  Marion Goldwasser         Public Image                      Lisa Hazlett
    District Grants                PDG Lloyd Navarro         Youth Service                     Erica Parker
Duke-UNC Peace Center              Lynn Thompson             Youth Exchange                    Edward Woodall
Peace Fellows                      Lynn Thompson             Rotaract                          Vincent Henrich &
Scholarships                       TBD                                                         Laurie Scotton
                                                             Interact                          Erica Parker
Vocational Training Team           TBD
                                                             RYLP                              TBD
Audit & Stewardship                Jim Kennedy &
                                                             Child Protection                  Steven Taylor
                                   Gigi Renaud
                                                             International Service             Russell Guy

 Areas                             Area Governors           Foundation Advocates          Membership Advocates
 Area1                             Van Lankford             Susan Gmeiner                 Jeff Boyles
 Area 2                            B.J. Case                Ray Pifer                     Randy Hunt
 Area 3                            Joshua Huffman           Steven Taylor                 Mary Thomas Gilbert
 Area 4                            Lloyd Barnhardt          J. G. Wolfe                   Travis LeFever
 Area 5                            Lori Haddock             Brian Coghill                 David Guise
 Area 6                            Stan Godwin              Joel Gentry                   Jack Green
 Area 7                            Kim Cecil                Deborah Saintsing             Carolyn Davis
 Area 8                            Steve Headlee            Robert Graves                 TBD
 Area 9                            Cathy Coats Harpster     Marc Benard                   Clem Jowett
 Area 10                           David Spivey             Sam Sillaman                  Leslie Cox
 Area 11                           Ron Pierce               Lonnie Cathey                 Lisa Hazlett

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2020-2021 District Leadership & Committee Chairs

   Tommy Rosser – District Governor 2020-2021
   P.O. Box 328
   Broadway, NC 27505
   TommyRosser@Rotary7690.org
   919-356-4614
   Sanford Rotary Club

   Chris Justice – Governor 2021-2022
    6099 Moores Creek Dr.
    Summerfield, NC, 27358
    ChrisJustice@Rotary7690.org
    336-580-6626
    Gate City Rotary Club

   Debbie Scott – Governor 2022-2023
    115 Peachtree Lane
    Sanford, NC, 27332
    DebbieScott@Rotary7690.org
    336-665-8282
    Jonesboro Rotary Club

   Randy Perkins – Immediate Past District Governor
    4024 Limerick Drive
    Burlington, NC 27215
    RandyPerkins@Rotary7690.org
    336-516-4331
    Alamance Rotary Club

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2020-2021 District Foundation Committee

PDG Claudia Cannady                  PDG Randy Perkins
District Rotary Foundation Chair     Polio Plus Chair
ClaudiaCannady@Rotary7690.org         RandyPerkins@Rotary7690.org
336-312-2334                          336-516-4331
                                      Alamance Rotary
Summit Rotary

Marion Goldwasser                    PDG Mike Conrad
Grants Chair & Global Grants         Annual Fund
mmmgoldwasser@gmail.com              jmconrad@triad.rr.com
276-733-9007                         336-404-0951
Mount Airy Rotary                    Gate City Rotary

PDG Lloyd Navarro                    PDG Dave McCoy
District Grants Chair                Paul Harris Society
LloydNavarro@Rotary7690.org          DavidMcCoy@Rotary7690.org
910-690-2180                         336-259-6236
Sandhills Rotary                     High Point Rotary

PDG Gary Bray                        Lynn Thompson
Endowments & Major Gifts             Peace Center & Peace Fellows
garybray1967@gmail.com               Lynn.Thompson.Rotary@gmail.com
336-833-7030                         910-691-3079
Summit Rotary
                                     Sandhills Rotary

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2020-2021 District Leadership & Committee Chairs

PDG Charles Allen                PDG Larry Lassiter
Membership Chair                 Family of Rotary Chair & VG
charlesallen@Rotary7690.org      LarryLassiter@Rotary7690.org
336-963-2428                     336-953-6021
Randolph Rotary                  Troy Rotary

Lisa Hazlett                     Erica Parker
Public Image Chair               Youth Services Chair & Interact Chair
crescentrotarygso@gmail.com      ericagreggparker@gmail.com
336-501-1059                     919-592-5288
Crescent Rotary                  Summit Rotary

Christie Smith                   Vincent Henrich & Laurie Scotton
District Administrator           Rotaract Co-Chairs
Rotary District 7690             vinceofsummitrotary@gmail.com
PO Box 1240                      336-288-0878
Ramseur, NC 27316                Summit Rotary
ChristieSmith@Rotary7690.org
336-302-4389                     ldscotton@bellsouth.net

Asheboro Rotary                  336-707-8819
                                 Summit Rotary

Lewis Ritchie                    Makeba Gregg
District Treasurer               Rotary Leadership Institute Chair
LewisRitchie@Rotary7690.org      MakebaG.RLI7690@gmail.com
336-207-6443                     336-491-2213
Greensboro Rotary                Thomasville Rotary

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2020-2021 AREA LEADERSHIP TEAMS

AREA 1 – KING, MOUNT AIRY, SURRY SUNRISE, YADKIN VALLEY, YADKINVILLE

       Area Governor             Foundation Advocate     Membership Advocate
       Lankford, Van             Gmeiner, Susan          Boyles, Jeff
       (O) 336-789-4472          (O) 888-629-2972        (O) 336-786-3590
       (C) 336-407-1579          (C) 336-416-8375        (H) 336-786-5432
       (H) 336-320-2444          (H) 336-961-2709        jboyles@mountairy.org
       vhlankford@gmail.com      susan@mayawrap.com

AREA 2 – EDEN, GLOBAL TREKKERS, MADISON-MAYODAN, REIDSVILLE, STONEVILLE

       Area Governor             Foundation Advocate     Membership Advocate
       Case, B J                 Pifer, Ray              Hunt, Randy
       (O) 336-623-8421          (H) 336-905-8756        (O) 336-623-3336
       (H) 336-613-7504          (C) 336-906-8436        (H) 336-613-2859
       bcase@bbandt.com          ray.pifer@gmail.com     rhunt@edennc.us

AREA 3 – ALAMANCE, BURLINGTON, GRAHAM, MEBANE

       Area Governor             Foundation Advocate     Membership Advocate
       Huffman, Joshua           Taylor, Steven Kent     Gilbert, Mary Thomas
       (C) 828-302-3286          (O) 336-376-7060        (C) 336-260-8845
       (H) 828-302-3286          (H) 919-270-7257        (H) 336-260-8845
       joshua@                   steven@                 mgilbert@bcaroyals.com
       convergenceusa.com        taylorlawofficepc.com

AREA 4 – CLEMMONS, KERNERSVILLE, REYNOLDA, STRATFORD, WESTERN
FORSYTH, WINSTON-SALEM

      Area Governor              Foundation Advocate     Memberhip Advocate
      Barnhardt, M. Lloyd III    Wolfe, J. G.            LeFever, Travis
      (O) 336-819-5731           (O) 336-724-1766        (O) 336-924-7923
      (C) 336-575-5390           (C) 336-707-0428        (C) 239-292-3750
      lloyd_barnhardt@yahoo      jg@reubenrink.com       lefeverta@guilford.edu

AREA 5 – GREENSBORO, GREENSBORO AIRPORT, GUILFORD, SOUTHERN GUILFORD

       Area Governor             Foundation Advocate     Memberhip Advocate
       Haddock, Lori             Coghill, Brian          Guise, David
       (O) 336-790-3611          (O) 336-297-2802        (O) 336-286-8769
       (C) 336-430-2986          (C) 336-580-1368        (C) 336-549-0096
       (H) 336-288-0995          Bcoghill@               David.Guise@gmail.com
       Lori@MidtownFA.com        investdavenport.com

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AREA 6 – ARCHDALE-TRINITY, FURNITURELAND, HIGH POINT, JAMESTOWN

        Area Governor              Foundation Advocate      Membership Advocate
        Godwin, Stan C.            Gentry, Joel             Green, Jack
        (O) 336-412-4046           (O) 336-886-4933         (O) 336-883-6177
        (C) 336-609-4223           (C) 336-687-5766         (C) 336-989-0200
        (H) 336-476-7827           (H) 336-883-1723         (H) 336-889-8370
        stan.godwin@gmail.com      deac84@northstate.net    jackgreen@morganherring.com

AREA 7 – LEXINGTON, MOCKSVILLE, THOMASVILLE

        Area Governor               Foundation Advocate      Membership Advocate
        Cecil, Kim                  Saintsing, Deborah H.    Davis, Carolyn
        (O) 336-790-3611            (O) 336-689-2121         (O) 336-249-8186 x6331
        (C) 336-430-2986            (C) 336-689-2121         (H) 336-752-4037
        (H) 336-288-0995            (H) 336-689-2121         cddavis@davidsonccc.edu
        Lori@MidtownFA.com          Debsaintsing1@kw.com

AREA 8 – ASHEBORO, LIBERTY, MIDSTATE, RANDOLPH, TROY

        Area Governor              Foundation Advocate
        Headlee, Stephen R.        Graves, Robert A.
        (O) 336-736-8071           (C) 336-302-1920
        (C) 336-964-5802           (H) 336-625-2373
        rotaryfoundation.steve     rgraves134@
        @gmail.com                 embarqmail.com
AREA 9 – CARTHAGE, NORTHERN MOORE, PINEHURST, SANDHILLS, SOUTHERN
PINES

       Area Governor               Foundation Advocate       Membership Advocate
       Harpster, Cathy Coats       Benard, Marc A.           Jowett, Clem
       (C) 910-690-1101            (O) 310-375-0700          (C) 910-528-1499
       (H) 910-690-1101            (C) 310-918-2121          clemjowett@gmail.com
       ccharpster@gmail.com        (H) 310-918-2121
                                   mbenard@abpmed.org

AREA 10 – JONESBORO, PITTSBORO, SANFORD, SILER CITY

       Area Governor               Foundation Advocate       Membership Advocate
       Spivey, David Grayson       Sillaman, Samuel          Cox, Leslie
       (O) 919-774-9442            (O) 919-774-6324          (C) 919-718-1998
       (C) 919-770-0708            (C) 919-499-7940          ljcox@windstream.net
       (H) 919-708-5085            (H) 919-499-7940
       david@jonesprintingco.com   samsillaman@gmail.com

AREA 11 – CRESCENT, EAST GREENSBORO, GATE CITY, SUMMIT

       Area Governor               Foundation Advocate       Membership Advocate
       Pierce, Ron                 Cathey, Lonnie            Hazlett, Lisa
       (O) 336-303-1730            (C) 336-327-6004          (O) 336-379-5001
       (C) 336-686-8090            (H) 336-230-0158          (C) 336-501-1059
       ron.pierce@                 lcatheyjr@triad.rr.com    (H) 336-501-1059
       trinitysolutionsinc.com                               haztwo@mac.com

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Rotary International President
                           Holger Knaack
                           President 2020-21
                           Rotary Club of Herzogtum Lauenburg-Mölln
                           Germany

Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to
create lasting change
 — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
This vision statement implies the importance of:
Increasing our impact through leadership and service, by eradicating polio or providing service in our
communities and internationally, expanding our reach, through membership diversification, new clubs,
Rotaractors and Interactors enhancing participant engagement, by offering leadership development and skills
training to our members and increasing our ability to adapt, to accommodate more diverse membership.

So, RIPE Holger Knaack developed the following goals:

Rotary International – Goals for 2020-2021

1.     The district will be actively at work creating new, innovative club models and will need your support.
       In addition, you can also help us expand our reach by creating a satellite club and by forming a
       community-based Rotaract club.

2.     Every club should host at least one strategic meeting each year at which you ask: What should our club
       be like in five years and what steps should we take to help achieve that vision? What value do we bring
       our members? Select someone to lead that effort.

3.     Select new members carefully. Make sure that they are a good fit with your club and that your club
       meets their expectations. Engage them and take care of them. There is no wrong age to become a
       Rotarian.

4.     Continue your club's efforts to end polio by donating to End Polio Now and by hosting a World Polio
       Day event in October. We must fulfill the promise that we made to the children of this world.

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Leading Opportunities to Serve

                        2020-2021 District Goals

1. Grow and diversify our membership
2. Increase our support to our Foundation

3. Increase Interact & Rotaract participation with a club sponsor

4. 100% Club Participation-District Achievement Awards

5. Continue to support 10 Million Meals

6. Establish a District Polio Plus Society

7. International Service - Every club to participate in a Global and/or District Grants

8. Continue to Enhance Public Image

9. Expand Leadership Development

10. Develop new community partnerships to address needs of the community.

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ROTARY DISTRICT 7690 | ENCOURAGING COLLABORATIVE INNOVATION
RI VISION: Together we see a world where people unite and take action to make lasting
change….across the globe, in our communities and in ourselves.
7690 VISION: We are collaboratively and innovatively creating positive impacts in our communities
and around the world.
7690 MISSION: Through fellowship and service, and with a commitment to integrity, we make a
positive difference in addressing our communities’ needs.

                                                                 STRATEGIC PRIORITIES
      OBJECTIVES            Increase Our Impact       Expand Our Reach          Enhance Participant         Increase Our Ability
                                                                                   Engagement                    to Adapt
                            Grow our                 Appeal to diverse         Challenge clubs to         Encourage and support
                            membership and           members of the            innovate club              flexibility in
      Membership
                            fellowship in our        community.                meetings.                  membership levels.
                            clubs
                            Evaluate the             Develop new               Encourage micro-           Ensure that service
                            effectiveness of         community                 service projects at club   projects and club
                            community and            partnerships to           meetings along with        achievements are
         Service
                            international projects   address the needs of      involving different        meeting the needs of
                            based on the             the community.            types of member,           the community.
                            intentions of the club                             Rotaracts & Interacts.
                            and Rotary.
                            Promote                  Promote working with      Promote and increase       Seek creative and
                            opportunities to give    other clubs to achieve    Youth Exchanges            innovative ideas from
 International/Foundation   time, talent and/or      international projects    along with supporting      clubs throughout the
                            treasure for             and to develop new        Rotary Peace Scholars.     district, the zones and`
                            international service.   international Rotary                                 the world.
                                                     Club exchanges.
                            Encourage business       Support, publicize        Challenge clubs to         Explore district-wide
                            networking and           and attend area and       innovate social events     interest groups for
                            connections as well      district social events.   to enhance business        fellowship and
    Networking/Social
                            as family involvement                              networking, local          networking.
                            in the club, the areas                             leaders and support
                            and the district.                                  local economic
                                                                               development.
                            Identify and cultivate   Increase diversity of     Advocate for               Encourage and support
                            emerging leaders         leadership.               enhanced leadership        innovative leaders who
       Leadership           through programs                                   development                are willing to try new
                            like Rotary                                        opportunities.             ideas.
                            Leadership Institute.
                            Improve use of social    Increase the number       Share stories of           Use a multifaceted
                            media and websites       of Rotarians using        international Exchange     communications
      Public Image          to promote Rotary as     social media and          and other peak             approach to reach an
                            a brand.                 increase signage of       experiences of             increasingly diverse
                                                     location of club          Rotarians.                 audience.
                                                     meetings.
 How will we know it was
 achieved?

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Vision 2021: District Achievement Awards
Rotary’s Vision: “Together we see a world where people unite and take action to make lasting change…. across the
globe, in our communities and in ourselves.”

Clubs may qualify to be recognized for notable achievement, based on the number of total points attained during the 2020-21 Rotary
year. Clubs must achieve ALL mandatory requirements in each category to qualify for Platinum or Gold medalist. Clubs must
complete AT LEAST 5 mandatory goals to qualify for Silver and Bronze medalist. The achievement categories are as follows:

Platinum Medal:                                  375 or more points
Gold Medal:                                       275 to 374 points
Silver Medal:                                     200 to 274 points
Bronze Medal:                                     125 to 199 points
Rotary Presidential Citation 2020-2021: Rotary can automatically verify many of your club’s achievements by keeping your club and member
information up-to-date in Rotary Club Central. To be eligible for the Rotary Citation, clubs need to begin the year as active clubs that are in good
standing and remain so throughout the year. Achievements will be compared with membership figures from July 1, 2020 and will be recognized after
the July 1, 2020 numbers are final, on August 15, 2020. Go to www.Rotary.org - My Rotary - Rotary Club Central to see Rotary Presidential Citation
guidelines for specific details on how to qualify for recognition.

Membership:
  • Mandatory -- 15 Points: Increase club membership by at least net 1 by April 1, 2021, or sponsor/co-sponsor a new
     club or new satellite club by April 1, 2020. (Membership goals based on active membership during the period
     4/1/20-3/31/21).
  • Mandatory – 10 Points: Club Membership Chair or Membership committee member plus one more club member
     attend 2020 Membership Summit on April 2, 2020.
  • Mandatory -- 2 Points: Enter Membership goals in Rotary Club Central by May 15, 2020.
  • 20 Points: Increase club membership by at least net 5 by April 1, 2021 (Membership goals are based on active
     membership during the period 4/1/20-3/31/21)
  • 15 Points: Have Membership Action Team (MAT) work with club to improve focus on Membership Engagement,
     Retention, and Attraction.
  • 5 Points: Club creates a new category of membership to attract new members established in the club bylaws.
  • 5 Points: Club improves member retention rate by 1 percentage point, or achieves/maintains membership retention
     of 90% or higher
  • 5 Points: To encourage diversity, club achieves a net 1 gain in one of the following categories: female members,
     members under the age of 40, members of another race/ethnicity
  • 5 Points: Club holds quarterly Rotary Discovery Hour programs (separately, or partnering with another club) to
     introduce new prospects to Rotary
  • 5 Points: Conduct 2 new member orientation programs or send each new member to RLI Part 1.
  • 5 Points: Club initiates exit survey for terminated members and shares survey with MA, AG and DG. Counts only
     once per club and must present survey for each terminated member to MA, AG and DG.
  • 5 Points: Engage new members participation to a specific committee, subcommittee, club project or leadership role.
  • 2 points: Help exiting member from club to join another club. Member must join this club.
  • 2 Points: Sponsor a club or area-wide social gathering of young professionals (under forty) to introduce them to
     Rotary and meet other Rotarians.
  • 2 Points: Hold a club meeting on membership Engagement/Retention/Attraction by October 31, 2020.
  • 2 Points: Conduct a membership satisfaction survey, share results with members, MA, AG, Membership Action
     Team, District Leadership and implement changes to improve retention rate.
  • 2 Points: Celebrate Rotary Family Month in December 2020 by showing a commitment to Family through projects,
     activities and/or events and share pictures with District Facebook, MA, AG and DG.

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Membership continued:

    •   2 Points: Appoint an active club membership committee comprised of no less than five members and report the
        chair to Rotary International
    •   2 Points: Conduct a study of your members’ occupations, and work to align your membership with a mix of
        businesses and professions in your community

Foundation:
   • Mandatory – 5 Points: Club has at least one member attend 2020 Rotary Foundation Banquet.
   • Mandatory --5 Points: Enter Rotary Foundation goals in Rotary Club Central by May 15, 2020.
   • Mandatory -- 5 Points: President Elect or Foundation committee member and at least one other club member
      attends Grant Management Training in Asheboro (date) or Clemmons (date)
   • 15 Points: Club becomes a new Triple Crown Club or restores/retains the status by April 1, 2021.
   • 15 Points: Have at least the lesser of 15% of club membership or 12 people attend November 2020 Rotary
      Foundation Banquet (number may include members and guests).
   • 15 Points: A Club of 48+ members mentor the process to & participate with 1 smaller (less than 48 members) club
      on a global grant with both clubs within District 7690. Clubs can’t participate in but one global grant. Points will be
      awarded to both clubs.
   • 10 points: Club has at least 60% of their club as members of Polio Plus Society paid and signed by March 31, 2021.
   • 10 Points: Club adds three new PHS members by April 2021
   • 5 Points: Club adds one new Paul Harris Society Member(s).
   • 5 Points: Club achieves 100% Sustaining status for 2020-21.
   • 5 Points: Club adds one or more new Bequest Society member(s) by April 1, 2021.
   • 5 Points: Club nominates a Rotary Peace Fellow candidate in 2021.
   • 5 Points: Appoint the Rotary Foundation Chair to present plans and goals at the DG official club visit and report
      Club Foundation Chair to Phil Morris by July 15, 2020.
   • 5 Points: Contribute at least $100 per capita to the Annual Fund of the Rotary Foundation.
   • 5 Points: Club contributes per capita to Polio Plus of $100
   • 2 Points: Arrange for a Rotary Foundation Club program by November 30, 2020.
   • 2 Points: Club Foundation Chair or committee member attends the RI Foundation breakout session at Fall Seminar
      in September 2020.
   • 2 Points: Club participates in “World’s Greatest meal” to raise funds for END POLIO NOW
   • 2 Points: Appoint an active club Foundation committee comprised of no less than five members and report the chair
      to Rotary International

Leadership:
   • Mandatory -- 5 Points: Club President 2021-22 attends Carolinas’ PETS, March 2021 (attendance at any PETS is
       acceptable or other arrangement set up with DGE).
   • Mandatory -- 5 Points: Enter 2021-22 President, 2022-23 President and 2021-22 Secretary in Rotary Club Central
       and report to Phil Morris by 12/31/20.
   • 15 Points: President-Elect and President-Nominee both attend PETS in March 2021.
   • 10 Points: President, Pres. Elect and Pres. Nominee attend RLI classes or be a graduate of RLI.
   • 10 Points: At least two club leaders, including the President (2020-21, attend District Training Assembly
   • 5 Points: Club President 2020-21 or President 2021-2022 attends monthly area meetings held by Area Governor.
   • 5 Points: Club sends at least two potential leadership members to RLI class in 2020-2021.
   • 5 Points: At least one club member serves on a district-wide committee during 2020-2021.
   • 5 Points: Schedule at least four effective club assemblies during the year.
   • 5 Points: At least 4 club members attend District Training Assembly on May 15, 2020.
   • 5 Points: Adopt a Strategic Plan for the club or monitor/update existing club Strategic Plan.

Leadership – continued:
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•   2 Points: Club President (2020-21) and/or President 2021-22 visit at least two other clubs’ meetings between July
        2020 and December 31, 2020.
    •   2 Points: Hold regular effective Club board meetings and update club members on actions.
    •   2 Points: Initiate or continue a leadership, personal or professional development program to enhance members’
        skills

Fellowship and Conferences:
    • Mandatory -- 5 Points: Have at least 80% of club officers’ and committee chairs’ pictures in the District Database
       by July 15, 2020.
    • 10 Points: At least five club members register and attend the 2021 District Conference
    • 10 Points: At least one club member registers and attends the District Officer Installation on (date).
    • 10 Points: Club sponsors at least one team to play in District Golf Tournament.
    • 10 Points: At least 70% of active club members in attendance for DG visit.
    • 5 Points: Hold quarterly club fellowship events. Include Family of Rotary at one or more events.
    • 5 Points: Appoint the Club Conference Chair to present plans to promote District Conference and the International
       Convention at the DG official club visit and report Club Conference Chair to Phil Morris by July 15, 2020.
    • 2 Points: Verify District Database information on all club members (contact info and club position) by 12/31/2020.
    • 2 Points: At least one club member plays in the (date) District Golf Tournament.
    • 2 Points: Club members attend an area-wide social event for Rotarians and their families, children, grandchildren,
       etc.
    • 2 Points: Sponsor a House of Friendship presentation for the 2021 District conference or provide a monetary or in-
       kind sponsorship for the 2021 District Conference.
    • 2 Points: At least one club member serves on the District conference planning committee
    • 2 Points: Host an event for Rotary alumni, and highlight Rotary’s networking opportunities

Service:
   • Mandatory -- 5 Points: Set annual service goals in Rotary Club Central no later than July 31, 2020
   • 10 Points: Utilize 100% of allocated dollars for district grant projects
   • 10 Points: Participate in a global grant or vocational training team in one of Rotary’s six areas of focus.
   • 5 Points: Submit pictures (or short video) of club service projects to Area Governor to share at District Conference.
   • 5 Points: Participate in a new project that the club has not undertaken before
   • 5 Points: Support the 10 Million Meals Campaign, or Hunger Initiative in your Community
   • 5 Points: Arrange for a club program on Polio Plus by 4/1/21
   • 2 Points: Enter a Club project in Rotary Showcase
   • 2 Points: Prepare a short summary of the club’s favorite service project or fundraising event during 2019-20 and
       submit the report to the Area Governor by March 1, 2021.
   • 2 Points: Arrange for a Club Program on CART by April 1, 2021.
   • 2 Points: Conduct a club service project with the active participation of multiple members’ families.
   • 2 Points: Invite prospective members to participate in a club service project.
   • 2 Points: Share a club project with District through The Piedmont Rotarian.
   • 2 Points: Give a short quarterly report to your Area Governor describing club service events during each quarter.
   • 2 Points: Increase the number of members involved in service projects.
   • 2 Points: Continue or establish a partnership with a corporate, governmental or non-governmental entity and work
       on a project together

Public Image:
   • Mandatory – 5 Points: Report Club Public Image Chair to Phil Morris by July 15, 2020
   • 10 Points: Display Rotary Club meeting information signage outside meeting place every meeting
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•   5 Points: Publicize a rotary recruitment event in traditional local media (newspaper, radio, TV) and/or social media
        by February 2021.
    •   5 Points: Publish a newsletter at least monthly (include AG and DG in standard distribution list).
    •   5 Points: Create or maintain a club website (updated at least monthly.
    •   5 Points: Create or maintain a Club Facebook page. Post at least weekly to the page.
    •   5 Points: Between July 1, 2020 and March 1, 2021, submit pictures and articles for possible publication in the
        Piedmont Rotarian at least once.
    •   2 Points: Appoint the Club Public Image chair to present plans to promote Rotary to members and the community at
        the official DG club visit. Invite Chair to attend regular club Board meetings.
    •   2 Points: Update club website and social media/brochures using Rotary’s visual identity guidelines (visit Brand
        Center at www.rotary.org/brandcenter).
    •   2 Points: Arrange for a District Public Image program to be held at your club by April 1.
    •   2 Points: Publicize a club service project in traditional or social media.
    •   2 Points: Publicize membership recruitment in traditional or social media.
    •   2 Points: Go to www.rotary.org (Rotary Showcase) to publicize your club’s activities.
    •   2 Points: Participate in a local parade or community event publicizing Rotary service projects.
    •   2 Points: Show how your club’s members are People of Action by promoting your club and its service activities on
        social media at least 4 times per month
    •   2 Points: Arrange for the club’s members to talk with the media to tell your club’s and Rotary’s story

Youth Service:
   • Mandatory (5 Points): Appoint the Youth Service Chair to report plans and goals at the DG official club visit and
       report Club Youth Service Chair to Phil Morris by July 15, 2020.
   • 20 Points: Recruit families to host an Inbound Exchange student for 2020-21 or 2021-22
   • 15 Points: Sponsor a Four-Way-Test speaker at the annual district competition in February 2021.
   • 10 Points: Start a new Community Rotaract Club or Academic Based Rotaract Club between April 1, 2020 – April
       1, 2021.
   • 5 Points: Club members regularly mentor/tutor in a school.
   • 5 Points: Sponsor educational scholarship program for local student(s).
   • 5 Points: Sponsor an Outbound Youth Exchange Student candidate who applies by deadline.
   • 5 Points: Sponsor an Interact Club, describe activities of the club and report membership numbers to District
       Interact Chair. Update District Database by July 15 to indicate Rotary Club Interact contact. Document at least two
       activities/projects where Interact Club members participate with club members during 2020-21.
   • 5 Points: Sponsor a Rotaract club, describe activities of the club and report membership numbers to District
       Rotaract Chair. Update District Database by July 15 to indicate Rotary Club Rotaract contact. Document at least
       two activities/projects where Rotaract Club members participated with club members during 2020-21.
   • 5 Points: Sponsor a student to attend the Fall Interact/Rotaract Leadership Conference
   • 2 Points: Nominate and support a student for RYLP in summer of 2021.

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PRESIDENTIAL PRIORITIES

 Plan now and build your Team 2020.

 Become very familiar with Rotary Club Central

 Select members that are a right fit for your club

 Continue to support past projects that carry on into your year

 Never be afraid to delegate – you can’t know or do everything yourself

 Get new members involved right away

 Collaborate with other clubs for service projects and fellowship opportunities

 Utilize your Area Governor and other district resources

 Promote attendance at district training opportunities

 Create a plan for membership growth

 Formulate/Review an annual budget and long-range plan

 Be a vibrant club by preparing an effective weekly meeting agenda and program

 Remember that planning is key, but action is where the service is

 You cannot thank people enough. People appreciate being appreciated!

 Be enthusiastic and enjoy this special opportunity to lead your club!

 Use the Vision 2021: District Achievement Award to map your success!

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CLUB PRESIDENT’S CALENDAR
                                         ROTARY YEAR 2020-2021

Success leading your Rotary club is determined long before you are sworn in as President. The most difficult part of the
process is the six months before installation. Begin the planning process now and you will be better prepared to implement
the activities and assignments during that period without being overwhelmed. This is a general outline you can tailor to the
practices of your Club and your own goals and objectives.

January 2020 (6 months): Vocational Service Month
   • Meet with your Area Governor, President, Foundation and Membership Chairs to review the mid-year progress
      towards the club’s goals and objectives. Check club progress on achieving the Vision 2021: District Achievement
      Award and Presidential Citation.
   • Review with your President the club’s current budget.
   • Work on your draft calendar and Club Goals for your year.
   • Make sure you know how to access and use the District Database and RI’s Rotary Club Central (My Rotary)
   • Register for PETS, March 5-7 at the Koury Convention Center/Sheraton Greensboro. (Must attend PETS and
      should bring President Nominee as well) Notify DGE Tommy Rosser if you are unable to attend Carolina’s PETS
      & then make arrangements to attend an out-of-district PETS session.
   • Register through District Database to attend one of the combined training sessions of Pre-PETS & Grants
      Management Training on February 8 OR 20

February 2020 (5 months): Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution Month
   • District Leadership Training (FOR Area Governors, Foundation Advocates, & Membership Advocates) February
      6, High Point Country Club.
   • Register & Attend Pre-PETS & Grants Management Training February 8 in Asheboro OR February 20 in
      Clemmons (MUST attend one of these sessions for club to be qualified for District & Global Grant participation in
      2020-21)
   • If you have not already, Register for PETS, March 5-7 at the Koury Convention Center/Sheraton Greensboro.
      (Must attend PETS and should bring President Nominee as well) Notify DGE Tommy Rosser if you are unable to
      attend Carolina’s PETS & then make arrangements to attend an out-of-district PETS session.

March 2020 (4 months): Water and Sanitation Month
  • Attend PETS, March 5-7, at Koury Convention Center/Sheraton Greensboro
  • Meet with your new board to finalize committee assignments, budget, projects, and calendar.
  • Submit Club Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to DRFC by March 31

April 2020 (3 months): Maternal and Child Health Month

      •   Register through the District Database to attend the District Training Assembly event on May 15 at GTCC
          Jamestown Campus. Ensure club Committee Chairs attend the DTA event as well.
      •   Attend District Conference, April 24-26, in Myrtle Beach, SC
      •   Finalize committee assignments, budget, goals, and calendar with your new board.
      •   Determine your District Grant and/or Global Grant projects for 2020-2021 and ensure applications are in
          process.
      •   Ensure final reports for previous year’s District Grants (2019-2020) have been submitted to the District Grant
          Chair.

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May 2020 (2 months): Youth Service Month
   • Attend (with appropriate committee chairs) the District Training Assembly on May 15 at GTCC Jamestown
       Campus.
   • Enter Club Service Goals for 2020-2021 in Rotary Club Central
   • Ensure Club Goals for Membership and Foundation are entered in RI’s Rotary Club Central by May 15
   • Ensure final report(s) for previous year’s District Grant(s) (2019-2020) have been submitted to the District
       Grant Chair by the deadline date of May 15.
   • Ensure application(s) for District Grant project(s) are submitted to District Grant Chair NO LATER than the
       deadline date of May 31.
   • Promote attendance & Register through the District Database to attend the District Officer Installation
       Banquet on June 18 at Carolina Trace Country Club in Sanford.
   • Ensure all club and member contributions to the Rotary Foundation for the 2019-2020 Rotary year have been
       submitted by May 31
   • Hold a Club Assembly prior to taking office on July 1. Review Club Goals with your membership and ensure
       Club Committee Chairs present plans and objectives to the members. Confirm your club’s official visit from
       the Governor and share with club members to reserve the date. Schedule your quarterly club assemblies and
       club socials for 2020-21

June 2020 (1 month): Rotary Fellowships Month
    • Attend Rotary International Convention June 6-10, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
    • Promote, Register & Attend District Officer Installation on June 18 in Sanford. Encourage club members to
        attend as well.
    • Ensure contributions for the year for each member have been submitted to the RI Foundation. (Should have
        been submitted for all by May unless a new member has been added in June)
    • Hold a Club Officer Installation event to install club officers.

July 2020: CONGRATULATIONS!! READ DISTRICT NEWSLETTER
      • Congratulations you are now President
      • Remind club members of the club’s official visit from the Governor
      • Submit dues to RI
      • Ensure club officers and committee chair positions are to Phil Morris for entry into District Database by July
         15 and member information is current – this is a critical necessity to promote timely communication to club
         chairs and officers from RI and the district
      • Ensure Service Goals are entered in Rotary Club Central by July 31

August 2020: Membership and Extension Month
   • Review your club’s recruiting and retention plans and membership history over the past several years.
        Consider what strategies you will use to recruit and retain members and keep notes for President Elect.
   • Attend our Membership Summit on August 22. Membership is a top priority for every Rotarian and every
        Rotary Club! Club Presidents, President-Elects & Membership Chairs need to attend this event.
   • Ensure Foundation, Membership, & Public Image Chairs join you in registering for one of the Fall Seminars
        to be held September 12 in Asheboro or September 17 in Clemmons
   • Encourage club golfers to enter the District Golf Tournament September 24 at Carolina Trace Golf Course in
        Sanford

September 2020: Basic Education and Literacy Month
     • Register and attend with Foundation, Membership, and Public Image Chairs one of the Fall Seminars on
        September 12 in Asheboro or September 17 in Clemmons
     • Promote the District Golf Tournament September 24 at Carolina Trace Golf Course in Sanford
     • If pursuing recognitions, check in with Committee Chairs on District Achievement Award and Presidential
        Citation criteria progress

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October 2020: Economic and Community Development Month
        • Follow-up with Club Nominating Committee to ensure candidates are considered for next year’s officer slate.
        • Join PHS and attend Paul Harris Society Dinner
        • Promote registration for the District Foundation Banquet in November
        • Ensure club has a Foundation program planned for at least one meeting in November
        • Participate in World’s Greatest Meal event to raise funds for Polio Plus the week of October 24th

 November 2020: Rotary Foundation Month
       • Encourage club members and spouses to attend the annual Rotary Foundation Banquet in November.
       • Review club’s foundation report with the club Foundation Chair. Ensure contributions are being submitted
           to Our Foundation in a timely manner.
       • Hold a club meeting on a Foundation topic.
       • Consider early registration and promote the International Convention to be held in Taipei, Taiwan in June
           2021
       • Promote achieving and maintaining the Triple Crown Club status.
       • Promote club members’ attendance at the District Conference at Omni Grove Park Inn, Asheville, April 16-
           18 & seek at least one club sponsor to help support the House of Friendship receptions and displays

  December 2020: Disease and Prevention Month
   • Hold elections for officers and board members, with the results reported to RI by December 31, through Rotary
      Club Central.
   • Submit all member and club Foundation funds collected since July to The Foundation by December 31.
   • Promote club members’ attendance at the District Conference at Omni Grove Park Inn, Asheville April 16-18
   • If pursuing recognitions, check in with Committee Chairs on District Achievement Award and Presidential
      Citation criteria progress
   • Ensure Club Youth Services Committee Chair is promoting RYLP applications and the Rotary Four Way Speech
      Contest to the area High Schools

January 2021: Vocational Service Month
   • Review mid-year progress towards the club’s goals and objectives.
   • Continue to monitor club’s progress on achieving the District Achievement Award and Presidential Citation.
   • Promote club members’ attendance at the District Conference at Omni Grove Park Inn, Asheville April 16-18. Be
      the first to register!
   • Ensure President Elect is registered for PETS
   • Ensure RI dues are paid

 February 2021: Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution Month
   • District Leadership Training (Area Governors, Foundation Advocates, & Membership Advocates) as scheduled
   • Ensure PE attends Pre-PETS & Grants Management Training as scheduled (MUST attend for club to be qualified
      for District & Global Grant participation)
   • Ensure President-Elect and President-Nominee register to attend PETS in March. (PE Must attend PETS and
      should bring President Nominee as well) Notify DGE if PE is unable to attend & arrange for him/her to attend an
      out-of-district PETS session.
   • Register to attend the District Conference, April 16-18, at the Omni Grove Park Inn in Asheville and promote and
      encourage registration to club members
   • Support student’s entry in 4-Way Speech Contest, TBD
   • Meet with your board to finalize submission of District Achievement Award and Presidential Citation
      documentation

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