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Rotary Action Groups and Fellowships

Water and Sanitation Action Group:  WASRAG
 
For a complete listing of Action Groups, click here.
 

 
Rotary Global History Fellowship:  RGHF
Rotarians on Social Networks Fellowship: ROSNF
 
For a complete listing of fellowships, click here.
 
 
 
 
 
 
District 5810 Welcome

Welcome to the District 5810 Website !

 
District Governor: 
District Governor's 
 
 
District 5810 Stories, News, and Events
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Looking for information on the 4-Way test contest?  Then go here.

 
 
 
    
 
 
This event will sell out quickly. Please send your RSVP information along with your check. Tickets are $58.10/person. There are eight seats to a table and the seats are $58.10 or $464.80 per table. Please make your check payable to: Rotary District 5810 and send the check to:
 
PDG Linda Elliott
3121 Lark Lane
Irving, Texas 75062
                                                                                                                                      
 
 
 
When does drinking beer save the world from polio?
 
OPEN - read more...
 
 
 
Clubs can now submit club and individual award nominations. John Johnstone is this year's District Awards Chairman. District Awards History and the club and invididual award nomination forms are online.
 
Nominations must be received by John Johnstone electronically by midnight on June 15th. More information on this year's awards banquet will be announced soon. The event is tentatively scheduled to be held in August.
 
Please send one award submission per email and send the nominations to John at jejrotary@managementplus.net
 
Please click on the following link to access all of the district awards information.
 
 

 
 
                 Rotary District 5810
2017 District Conference and Service Cruise
 
Join Bill Dendy and Rotarians from Texas on a 7 night Caribbean cruise! We are already taking reservations, with the best cabins (and potential upgrades!) going to those who reserve and make full payment first.  Friends and family are most welcome on this once in a lifetime adventure!
We have reserved group space and hope that our friends can take advantage of this special vacation with the super people of Rotary.
 
 
Cruise Itinerary on “Liberty of the Seas” Ship
 
DAY
DATE
PORT
ARRIVE
DEPART
Sun
23 April 2017
Leave from Galveston, TX
 
4:30 PM
Mon
24 April 2017
At Sea (Conference)
 
 
Tue
25 April 2017
Cozumel, Mexico (Service Day)
7:00 AM
4:00 PM
Wed
26 April 2017
George Town, Grand Cayman
10:30 AM
6:00 PM
Thurs
27 April 2017
Falmouth, Jamaica (Service Day)
8:00 AM
5:00 PM
Fri
28 April 2017
At Sea (Conference)
 
 
Sat
29 April 2017
At Sea
 
 
Sun
30 April 2017
Galveston, TX
7:00 AM
 
 
For questions about a booking, please contact Kim Montgomery. To email her please click here. 
214-239-4715
 
For non-booking related District Conference questions, please contact Happy Franklin. To email her please click here. 214-621-4596
 
 
 
 
 
 Please take time to open the link below, as it is the new Rotary Round-Up
for Rotary District 5810
 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 

The long wait is over.

Rotary University's last class is scheduled for Saturday, Jun 4, 2016

 
Retaining Members:  Imagine if you had attended PETS training when you first became a Rotarian.  Well, this is your chance to send your Rotarians to training that far exceeds PETS training when all of the Rotary U courses are combined.  This training gives your members an insight into Rotary as they launch or further their Rotary career.  The more they know, the more Rotarians are ENGAGED.
 
 
 
 
 
 
For the last Rotary Round-Up for 2015 - click on the link above.
 

 
 
The 149th International Rortary Convention takes place in Seoul, Korea from May 28 until June 1, 2016. This year’s convention program offers attendees an outstanding combination of information, inspiration, and entertainment. You’ll hear about new initiatives for the organization.  You’ll have the chance to make a positive difference with a hands-on service project. 
 
Participate in pre-convention activities
Even before the convention officially begins, you’re invited to attend special events.  Connect with young leaders at the Rotaract Pre-convention and share ideas at the Youth Exchange Officers meeting.  Attend the World Water Summit to learn about the latest water and sanitation initiatives.
 
It’s Korea! Come early to:
 • Stay at a temple to relieve the stress of travel
 • Tour Korea with local Rotary members
 • Choose from a variety of health screenings and acupuncture therapies
And you’ll delight in unique cultural experiences.  Plan now to attend.
 
Attend Host Organization Committee events
As honored guests of Korean Rotary members, you’ll enjoy special experiences throughout your stay.  The Host Organization Committee is planning unforgettable events that will immerse you in Seoul’s distinct culture, including musical and dance performances by local artists.  Check back often to see what the HOC has planned for you.
 
Register
Rotary members, Rotaract members, and club and district employees can register for the convention online. An email confirmation is sent for all registrations, including faxed and mailed registrations. If a letter of invitation is required for your visa application, you will receive it with your confirmation.  
 
Remember registration fees are $ 310 for Rotarians if you register before December 15, 2015.  
The fees increase to $ 375 until March 31st.
After April 1, 2016 the fees are $ 440 so it pays to register early.
 
Visa
American Citizens with valid U.S. passports may enter Korea for a period of 90 days without a visa (arrival day counts as day number one).
 
 

 
 
The links below are for videos that have been created to raise awareness about Rotary for members and non-members alike.  Please feel free to use them as you see fit. As we find more videos they will be added to the top of the list.

Enjoy!
 
 
 
 
 
Rotary International is the world's first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 34000 clubs worldwide. Rotary club members are volunteers who work locally, regionally, and internationally to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and eradicate polio.