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District Launches First eClub

eClub of Northeast Florida logoThe digital door is now open to the district's first eClub. The recently chartered club is named eClub of Northeast Florida and becomes the 61st club in the district. Members are being recruited and visitors needing to make up a missed meeting are being encouraged to attend the online meetings of the new club.

This is not a bricks-and-mortar club. It is not a virtual one either. But, the eClub of Northeast Florida does have an address on the Internet where you can attend meetings and engage in conversations with its members.

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The eClub's first president is Sandra Hartley of Green Cove Springs.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

eClubs have members and visitors.

Visiting the eClub Online for a Make-Up Meeting

You can visit the eClub at any time to maintain your own club's attendance requirements. You must spend a minimum of 20 minutes of online time with the club and pay a meeting fee of $5.00 for each visit. You may donate more if you wish.

Joining an eClub as a Member

Members can not be a member of another Rotary club. The Rotary eClub program — which was introduced by RI as an experimental project 14 years ago — was designed to meet a different membership need. However, the eClub membership does not diminish the commitment of a Rotarian to be involved in community and international service projects. Examples of qualified members:

  • Current Rotarians unable sustain a membership because of extensive business commitments, health issues, geographic isolation, or mobile life style.
     
  • Qualified new members who would better served by an online club.
     
  • A former Rotarian not currently an active member of a club.
     
  • Eligible prospective members under age 35 who cannot fit the standard Rotary meeting format or justify the financial commitment

INSTRUCTIONS

You'll find more information and a set of instructions about how to visit the club or join the club on the homepage of the eClub's website.

web iconeClubNEFL.ClubExpress.com

 

2015 Rotary District 6970 Conference and Assembly

Week 43. For week beginning April 27, 2015.

The District Conference and Assembly weekend is almost here. Registrations are pouring in and it’s shaping up to be one great big informative and fun event, featuring a whole lot of good Rotary fellowship. If you haven’t yet registered to attend, don’t worry, there is still time to do so – but not for long! Register today by visiting our District’s ultra-fantastic website, www.rotary6970.org, and clicking on the Rotary sailboat just above here. Get your ticket to set sail on a real Rotary adventure!

When registering, you’ll have the option of signing up for the whole weekend or just those segments you’d like to attend. So you can either dip your toe in the water or take a dive into the deep-end. Just don’t be left out of the fun and fellowship at this year’s Conference and Assembly.

Event Reminders

May 8-10:  District Conference and Assembly at the Flagler College campus. Mark your calendar for a weekend of interesting, informative and inspirational sessions, and a lot of fun Rotary fellowship.

June 18-21:  Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) will take place again this year on the University of North Florida’s campus. Each club should sponsor at least one, and preferably two, aspiring high school leaders to attend this life changing event.

June 26-28:  Zone 34 Regional Seminar at the Hyatt Hotel in Jacksonville. All district and club leaders, as well as any Rotarian interested in learning more about Rotary, are encouraged to attend. Look for more details soon on this website.

 

For more on these and all other events in District 6970, keep an eye on this website.

Yours in service to Rotary,

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Florida's Crown District

We are Florida's Crown District where Rotary has served for more than 100 years. Today we are 60 clubs strong serving 31 communities in 12 counties of Northeast Florida.

Our district's more than 3,000 Rotary members are active, involved and accomplishing service and humanitarian goals on behalf of our neighborhoods, towns,and cities as well as being involved in international service.

We are proud of the national and international Rotary leaders who have come from our ranks.

For more than a century Rotary's presence and involvement in our region have been positive forces to improve the well being of the people in our communities.

District 6970 looks forward to its next 100 years of service and living up to our commitment to all that Rotary stands for by placing Service Above Self.


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