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Welcome to District 7210!

District Governor

Louis Turpin

 
District 7210 News & Updates
Dear Club Presidents:
 
I am writing to you to remind you that you should be recruiting applicants for the ROTARY WORLD PEACE FELLOWSHIP.  Please mention to your membership that this opportunity exists.  Ask them to share this concept with their contacts in the community.  I am sure that we can find good qualified candidates if all Rotarians spread the word about PEACE FELLOWSHIPS.
 
The Rotary Peace Fellowship is provided to individuals to attend one of the six Rotary Peace Centers for International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution around the world.  All expenses related to this fellowship ... view full letter
To all Rotary District 7210 Club Presidents & Members,
 
The District Finance Committee met on January 12, 2017 to evaluate and discuss the 2015-6 Financial Statement Review prepared by Matthew H. Metzger, CPA, of New Paltz, NY. The ultimate action of our Finance Committee was to unanimously approve this Financial Statement Review as written. In the course of our evaluation, the follow observations were noted:
HAPPY NEW YEAR….again!
Some of you might recall that I wished everyone a “Happy New Year” in my first DG Newsletter six months ago on July 1, in celebration of the start of our new Rotary year.  In that same newsletter, I shared with you the Goals that your District leadership team had established for this 2016-17 Rotary year.  Now we can think of them as our Clubs’ New Year’s resolutions, because isn’t that what resolutions are, goals to achieve?  You will find the complete list of our District’s 2016-17 Goals on our ... click here for the full newsletter
2016-17 District 7210 Youth Exchange StudentsAs we sign up now for Rotary UN Day in November, we’re reminded of Rotary’s partnership with the United Nations and our shared values of international understanding and world peace. What better time to get your club involved with the Rotary Youth Exchange Program to promote these values in your club and community?
 
Deadlines are fast approaching for the 2017-2018 Outbound Program that allows you to sponsor a young ambassador from your community for a year abroad. District interviews take place in the next few weeks, so don’t delay. Click  here to visit the District Youth Exchange website, and contact Outbound Director Betty Djerf at djerfyex@gmail.com for further information.
 
Inbound Director Nan Greenwood is seeking club commitments to sponsor an Inbound Student for the 2017-2018 academic year. International student applications will start arriving soon so now’s the time to plan. And remember, host families need not be Rotarians. Contact Nan at ngreenwd@aol.com to obtain further information, confirm your interest, and arrange a club presentation.
 
Let’s support the efforts of RI and the UN to promote mutual understanding and world peace through youth!
 
 
Save the Dates!
 
March 24 & 25, 2017
 
 
District Conference
Mohonk Mountain House
April 29, 2017
 
District Assembly
Mohonk Mountain House
April 30, 2017
 
 
 
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