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District Assembly 2010 - International Service

  1. 1. DISTRICT 1010 ASSEMBLY<br />INTERNATIONAL SERVICE<br />Rotary District 1010<br />
  2. 2. 1. Introductions<br />2. Our Programme<br />3. Why are you attending District Assembly?<br />4. What action should you take before the start of the new Rotary year?<br />5. What action should you take during the year?<br />DISTRICT 1010 ASSEMBLYINTERNATIONAL SERVICE<br />Rotary District 1010 - Scotland North<br />
  3. 3. 1. To receive messages from RI President, RIBI President and DG<br />2. To support your incoming Club President<br />3. To get information & advice on International Service issues.<br />4. To form the basis of your own presentation at your Club Assembly.<br />Why are you attendingDistrict Assembly?<br />Rotary District 1010 - Scotland North<br />
  4. 4. R I President-elect Ray Klinginsmith<br />Has selected the words Building <br /> Communities – Bridging Continentsto <br /> describe Rotary’s current mission and to highlight our achievements and what we do best.<br />Presidential Theme<br />Rotary District 1010 - Scotland North<br />
  5. 5. Action to take before the start of the new Rotary year?<br />1. Consider possible new projects from the following sources:-<br />-RI Presidential Emphases<br />-Opportunity to Serve booklet<br />-Supporting Foundation<br />-Club President and members<br />-World Community Service Projects (See RI website)<br />Rotary District 1010 - Scotland North<br />
  6. 6. 2. Meet with new committee to discuss & agree proposed plans & projects.<br />3. Provide Pres. Elect & AG copy of written report before Club Assembly<br />4. Present your committee’s proposed projects & plans for approval by members at Club Assembly<br />Action to take before the start of the new Rotary year?<br />Rotary District 1010 - Scotland North<br />
  7. 7. At District, there is a team of Co-ordinators available to help you. Just ask!<br />Contact details are in your Handbook.<br />If all else fails and you can’t get in touch with the one you want, try me.<br />District support available<br />Rotary District 1010 - Scotland North<br />
  8. 8. Just to remind you, they are:<br />Shoe Box: PG Ron McKail<br />Nyumbani (Scotland): Alison Stedman<br />Opp. Intl. (Trust Banks): Maureen Holmes<br />Literacy: Hilary Gordon<br />ShelterBox: John Kerr<br />Water Aid: Denis Addly<br />International Fellowship: Michael Barron<br />International Co-ordinators<br />Rotary District 1010 - Scotland North<br />
  9. 9. All projects should aim to:<br /> -Fit Presidential Themes – Build Communities & Bridge Continents<br /> -Work with Foundation<br /> -Be suitable for Matching Grants<br /> -Try to share in large projects with other <br /> clubs to gain publicity, market your club <br /> and Rotary and increase membership<br />INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS<br />Rotary District 1010 - Scotland North<br />
  10. 10. Opportunity to Serve List.<br />In particular, remember the Rotary Box projects, particularly ShelterBox. (£490 provides a tent, sleeping bags, cooking gear etc. for up to 10 persons.) We have John Kerr of Howe of Fife and his team as District Co-ordinators.<br />International Feedback Form<br />International Projects<br />Rotary District 1010 - Scotland North<br />
  11. 11. Get your team (the International sub-committee of your club’s Resource Group), really fired up to implement the agreed plans and projects for the year and report your progress and successes to your Club Council, Business meetings and AGM.<br />Have a Great International Year. <br />During the Rotary year?<br />Rotary District 1010 - Scotland North<br />