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incoming President, President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer, Foundation Chair, and Membership Chair.
On February 26-27, 2016 at the OSU Alumni Center in Stillwater, Oklahoma experts and District 5750 leaders will be training our up-and-coming club leaders!
ALL incoming Club Presidents for the 2016-2017 Rotary year should plan on attending PETS (President-Elect Training Seminar) from 8am-5pm Friday and the Foundation Seminar on from 9am-noon on Saturday. Lunch and dinner Friday are provided. Next year's President-Elects (Presidents 2017-2018) are also highly encouraged to attend to get a jump-start on their training. There is no charge to attend for incoming Presidents or President-Elects. Guests and other interested Rotarians can attend for $40 to cover the cost of meals and snacks.
Incoming Club Foundation Chairs should plan on joining their incoming Presidents on Saturday morning 9-noon for the Foundation Seminar. Each club is required to have at least two people present at this training to be eligible to partake in grants provided through the Foundation. Any interested Rotarian is welcome to join as well. There is no charge to attend for any Rotarian.
Incoming Club Secretaries and Treasurers should attend Club Officer Training from 1-4pm on Saturday afternoon to learn the ins and outs of paying dues, submitting reports, and using ClubRunner and Rotary Club Central.
Club Membership Chairs and any Rotarians interested in growing Rotary's membership should attend the Membership Seminar from 1-4pm Saturday afternoon. The session will be interactive and will focus on both recruiting and retaining members and discussing practical ways to increase membership!
There is no charge to attend either Saturday afternoon session for any Rotarian. Incoming Club Presidents are encouraged to stay and attend one of the afternoon sessions. Lunch will be provided to anyone attending both the morning Foundation Seminar and one of the afternoon sessions.
Please register for the appropriate seminar at the links below by February 25:
Club Officer Training/Membership Seminar
If you or your club members have any questions, please let me know.
Rotary District 5750
The Rotary Wings inbound team arrives March 13 and leaves March 24. There will be 7 girls, 2 boys, and 1 team leader. Our clubs, should you wish to share with my club, will host the team the nights of March 21 and 22. The night of the 23rd, they will stay with Rotarian Jerry Burger and his wife Carleen, because we take them as a group at 4:30 or 5:00 in the morning to the airport for an early departure. We already are committed to take them to the Thunder game the night of the 22nd, and the Sayonara party is the night of the 23rd in Midwest City.
Ms. Tere Hernandez as our PAL/Rotary Club Student of the Month for January. Tere is a senior at Southeast High School.
Jay Kreft with Malarkey Roofing Products has submitted an application for membership to the South Oklahoma City Rotary Club.
The Membership Committee will be hosting a 45 minute session the last Friday of every Quarter. Meetings will start at 1:15 and will end at 2:00. For more information please contact Jack Werner 405-412-7861 Mark your calendar for the following dates:
- March 25
- June 24
Outstanding Rotarian will be announced Quarterly
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- Each quarter the Rotarian with the most guests will be recognized with this Traveling Trophy for being an Outstanding Rotarian
- Each quarter the Trophy will be award to the next winner with the most qualified guest
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