Rotary District 6890 Documents

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Catalyst Newsletters--
Membership Training 2020.pdf3 MB07/28/20 at 02:49 PM
Membership Presentation - Assembly 2020.pdf240 KB07/28/20 at 02:47 PM
STRATEGY Quick Form.docx47 KB07/07/20 at 09:55 PM
STRATEGY Quick Guide.pdf259 KB07/07/20 at 09:54 PM
Strategic Planning Guide (9 pgs).pdf267 KB05/24/20 at 10:33 PM
Club Membership Planning (32 pgs).pdf1 MB05/24/20 at 10:28 PM
Zoom Quick Guide (1 pg).pdf222 KB04/02/20 at 08:57 PM
Club Evaluation (2 pgs).pdf854 KB04/02/20 at 08:55 PM
Membership RESOURCE GUIDE (2019).pdf245 KB03/22/20 at 08:19 PM
COVID-19 and Member Engagement.pdf1 MB03/18/20 at 11:15 AM
Accessing MyRotary and DACdb.pdf212 KB08/25/19 at 11:25 PM
Membership Proposal.pdf32 KB08/25/19 at 11:24 PM
Standard Club Constitution.pdf226 KB08/25/19 at 11:23 PM
Standard Club Bylaws.docx37 KB08/25/19 at 11:23 PM
Satellite Rotary Clubs.pdf231 KB08/25/19 at 11:23 PM
Reaching Young Professionals.pdf750 KB08/25/19 at 11:22 PM
Membership Assessment Tools.pdf737 KB08/25/19 at 11:21 PM
Club Health Assessment.pdf173 KB08/25/19 at 11:20 PM
Membership Presentation PETS 1.pdf855 KB08/25/19 at 11:19 PM
Membership Types.pdf884 KB08/25/19 at 11:19 PM
Membership Training 2019.pptx5 MB08/25/19 at 11:18 PM
Membership Training 2019.pdf2 MB08/25/19 at 11:17 PM
Membership Leads Summary.pdf158 KB08/25/19 at 11:17 PM
Membership Leads.pdf788 KB08/25/19 at 11:16 PM
Membership Leads.pptx1 MB08/25/19 at 11:15 PM
Membership Flexibility.pdf191 KB08/25/19 at 11:14 PM
Club Membership Committee.pdf1 MB08/25/19 at 11:13 PM
Membership Presentation - Assembly 2019.pptx3 MB08/25/19 at 11:13 PM
Rotary Member Application Form.pdf82 KB08/23/19 at 06:22 PM
Worksheet for DACdb (District).pdf179 KB08/23/19 at 06:22 PM
Leap Into Rotary Membership Program.pptx5 MB08/20/19 at 07:12 PM
7 Ways to Engage with Rotary.pdf235 KB08/08/19 at 12:53 PM
District Leaders
Get in the Zone

Who's in My Zone?

Whoa! Look at all these districts that are connected by Zones 33 & 34! Click on the image and learn about our Zone.

People of Action
District Events
Club Events
Rotary's Camp Florida

Good Clean Fun...For Everyone

The 21-acre camp was built in 1955 as a church camp, and was acquired by Rotary Clubs throughout Florida in 1991. Rotary began a restoration program allowing the camp to meet full standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act and pose no barriers to the groups that use it. Need a speaker? Visit the camp's website and use the CONTACT US link straight from the home page. And when you know more, DO more.

Rotary Develops Leaders

In Rotary there are many opportunities to hone your leadership skills. You can learn online at the Learning Center, sign up for PETS (President Elect Training Seminars) or RLI (Rotary Leadership Training) sessions, or just go cold turkey (probably not the best plan for your club). Make the investment in leadership and get the big payoff for your superstar club. Click right here and learn about one of these opportunities with RLI.